Rengim Mutevellioglu

Photographer
     
NYC blackout
Location: New York
Nationality: Turkish
Biography: Born in 1991, Rengim Mutevellioglu is a Turkish artist. Following numerous recognitions around the world, she studied Fine Arts at Sorbonne. Her work has been featured and exhibited in cities such as London, Barcelona and Paris. Currently based... read on
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NYC blackout
Credits: rengim mutevellioglu
Date of Work: 07/13/19 - 07/13/19
Updated: 07/31/19
Location: New York City
On the anniversary of the '77 blackout, New York was met with another power outage that lasted 5 hours. The blocks between 40th st up to 70th st on the West side of Manhattan were plunged into darkness. One of the busiest areas of the island for tourism and nightlife saw a decrease in activity and livelihood on a Saturday night, with shows being canceled and traffic diverted. 
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