Tourists have been stripped from Hollywood’s Walk of Fame where the who’s who of the silver screen have been immortalized due to the pandemic. The thin curtain of fantasy has risen revealing the ugly underbelly that is also Hollywood. The homeless that call the streets of Hollywood home have become the majority. They simply have no place to go.
Mark Edward Harris
Assignments have since taken Mark to more than 100 countries. His editorial work has appeared in publications from Vanity Fair and The New York Times to GEO and National Geographic Traveler. Among his accolades are CLIO, ACE and IPA awards. His books include Faces of the Twentieth Century: Master Photographers and Their Work, The Way of the Japanese Bath, Wanderlust, North Korea, South Korea, Inside Iran, The Travel Photo Essay and The People of the Forest.
The reflections of the shop window particularly reveal the atmosphere of the city and I like how the images are filled with the charm of road snaps.
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Until June 14th