Art Uncovered

Premiere DateApr 1, 2014
00:00 Thomas Intro
02:48 Brian Rose Interview pt. 1
05:44 Sands of Time Lungfish
06:21 Brian Rose Interview pt. 2
10:16 Weather Radio Pylon
11:23 Brian Rose Interview pt. 3
16:01 Sleeping Bag Beck
18:01 Brian Rose Interview pt. 4
20:15 Making Dick Dance Ed Gein's Car
21:56 Brian Rose Interview pt. 5
24:27 Time Keeps Time Neo Boys
26:29 Brian Rose Interview pt. 6
29:57 Tenement Stairs Brian Rose
32:48 Brian Rose Interview pt. 7
36:41 Luckiest Guy On The Lower East Side The Magnetic Fields
39:53 Finish

West 14th Street 1985

Photographer Brian Rose has been documenting New York City with his large format camera since the early 1980s. In his book Time and Space on the Lower East Side, Brian explored how  we experience and come to terms with change, or lack of it, in the urban environment. It collects photographs taken on the streets of New York City’s Lower East Side in the years 1980 and 2010. Now, over those 30 years, the Lower East Side has gone from being a symbol of urban blight and decay to a poster-child for urban renewal and gentrification.

His newest book, Metamorphosis, Brian turns his lens to New York’s Meatpacking district: the gritty industrial area turned playground for condo-dwellers and tourists. To make the book, Brian returned to locations he photographed in the 1980s to highlight some of the radical change the neighborhood has experienced over the last three decades.

West 14th Street 2013

Henry Street 1980

East 4th Street 1980

HOST Thomas
Thomas grew up in Northern California where he fell in love with music and photography while going to punk shows and shooting skate photos. He photography in college, which may or may not qualify him to host an…