Still Occupied in New York

By:TLC Baltimore

Date:November 3, 2011

Category:Larry Cohen, Photo Essay, Theresa Keil


Photo by Larry Cohen

This week we catch up with Theresa Keil and Larry Cohen whose lot in life seems to be embarking on epic adventures and documenting them so as to inspire the rest of us.

We open this set of photos with images of a photographer seemingly being arrested for taking photos in a public place. I’m sure the police came up with a more inventive charge, maybe obstructing obstructionism or exercising one’s constitutional rights without a permit, but the pictures speak for themselves.

So without further ado, Occupy Wall Street through the lenses of Larry Cohen and Theresa Keil.

Photo by Larry Cohen

Photo by Larry Cohen

Photo by Larry Cohen

Photo by Larry Cohen

Photo by Larry Cohen

Photo by Theresa Keil

Photo by Larry Cohen

Photo by Theresa Keil

Photo by Theresa Keil

Photo by Theresa Keil

Photo by Theresa Keil

Photo by Larry Cohen

Photo by Theresa Keil

Photo by Theresa Keil

Photo by Larry Cohen

Photo by Larry Cohen

Photo by Larry Cohen

Photo by Larry Cohen

Photo by Larry Cohen

Photo by Larry Cohen

Photo by Larry Cohen

Photo by Larry Cohen

Photo by Larry Cohen

Photo by Theresa Keil

Photo by Larry Cohen

Photo by Larry Cohen

Photo by Larry Cohen

Photo by Theresa Keil

Photo by Theresa Keil

Photo by Larry Cohen

Photo by Theresa Keil

Photo by Larry Cohen

Photo by Larry Cohen

Photo by Larry Cohen

Photo by Larry Cohen

Photo by Larry Cohen

Photo by Larry Cohen

Photo by Larry Cohen

Photo by Larry Cohen

Photo by Larry Cohen

Photo by Larry Cohen

3 comments
  • Davisbrandstory
    Posted on November 4, 2011 at 8:54 pm

    Compelling and gorgeous pictures. America is a diverse and beautiful place.

    Reply
  • Justin Allen
    Posted on November 4, 2011 at 2:00 pm

    Just checked our analytics, these pictures are officially traveling all over the world.

    Reply
  • Philip E. Laubner
    Posted on November 4, 2011 at 12:36 pm

    Incredibly human and artistic coverage of OWS!

    Reply

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