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Serrano's Homeless Photos Pop Up In NYC
Best known for his provocative images, photographer Andres Serrano has turned his attention to putting a very public face on New York City's skyrocketing homeless population
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Andrene Simuel glances at some of Andres Serrano's portraits of homeless people displayed at the West 4th Street subway station in New York, Wednesday, May 21, 2014. Of the underground exhibit, Simeul said," It's deep. You feel it." (AP Photo/Kathy Willens)
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New Yorker Andi Porzio looks at Andres Serrano's photographs of homeless people displayed at the West 4th Street subway station in New York, Wednesday, May 21, 2014. Best known for his controversial image of a crucifix dunked in his own urine, Serrano's portraits put a very public face on New York Citys skyrocketing homeless population. The pictures appear in some of the very locations that his unassuming subjects often populate, the subway, pay phones, and bus stops. (AP Photo/Kathy Willens)
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New Yorker Vince Verdi walks past a display of photographs of homeless people displayed below ground at the West 4th Street subway station in New York, Wednesday, May 21, 2014. Serrano's images of the citys marginalized residents also are plastered inside 50 phone booths and bus stop shelters around Manhattan. Resident of New York is Serranos first public art project, and it runs through June 15. (AP Photo/Kathy Willens)
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Amanda Lachman of New York looks at portraits of the homeless by photographer Andres Serrano displayed on the walls of the West 4th Street subway station in New York, Wednesday, May 21, 2014. Lachman said, "They really caught my eye. They're really powerful images that show people what life can really be like, and that these people need help." (AP Photo/Kathy Willens)
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Jeremy Connolly, born and raised in New York but now a resident of York, England, pauses to view photographer Andres Seerrano's portraits of the homeless displayed at the West 4th Street subway station in New York, Wednesday, May 21, 2014. Connnolly pointed out, "It's frightful. We spend literally billions on elections, but we don't spend money on people." (AP Photo/Kathy Willens)
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New Yorker Andi Porzio looks at Andres Serrano's photographs of homeless people displayed at the West 4th Street subway station in New York, Wednesday, May 21, 2014. Best known for his controversial image of a crucifix dunked in his own urine, Serrano's portraits put a very public face on New York Citys skyrocketing homeless population. The pictures appear in some of the very locations that his unassuming subjects often populate, the subway, pay phones, and bus stops. (AP Photo/Kathy Willens)
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New Yorker Andi Porzio looks at Andres Serrano's photographs of homeless people displayed at the West 4th Street subway station in New York, Wednesday, May 21, 2014. Best known for his controversial image of a crucifix dunked in his own urine, Serrano's portraits put a very public face on New York Citys skyrocketing homeless population. The pictures appear in some of the very locations that his unassuming subjects often populate, the subway, pay phones, and bus stops. (AP Photo/Kathy Willens)
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A woman cranes her neck as she passes by some of photographer Andres Serrano's portraits of homeless New Yorkers currently on display at the West 4th Street subway station in New York, Wednesday, May 21, 2014. Best known for his controversial image of a crucifix dunked in his own urine, Serrano chose to show his portraits in some of the very places his unassuming subjects often populate_a subway station, a park and a church. (AP Photo/Kathy Willens)
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Serrano's Homeless Photos Pop Up In NYC

Best known for his provocative images, photographer Andres Serrano has turned his attention to putting a very public face on New York City's skyrocketing homeless population

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