Jamel Shabazz: Eyes on the Street, by the Brooklyn-born photographer, serves as a formidable archive of New York's
communities in the outer boroughs. He captures the intricate ballet of daily life in the metropolis, where everyone is part of the audience and on display at the same time, at once a stranger and an equal
. His practice exudes a steadfast sense of empathy with the common man and woman he meets on the streets.