Paul Greenberg


Using a Widelux Panorama cameraan unusual camera for street photographyGreenberg's images give us a vantage point containing two adjacent stages, separated by the corner. The subjects oftentimes are unaware of each other, yet both spaces combine to form a cohesive experience. How travelers interact with each other and also the space of the corner itself brings excitement to the public square, "where actors enter and play out the constantly changing drama of life on the street corner."

Couple, Houston, Texas

I look at the street corner as a metaphor for the theater stage. I am fascinated by the mini-dramas played out on the diversity of these corner stages. Street corners are one of those common, everyday things we look at but never really see.
— Paul Greenberg

Tourists, Cordoba, Spain

Hands, NYC

Iron Fence, London, England