Friday, September 18, 2015

Interesting Color Photographs of Time Square Taken by Maggie Hopp in the Late 1970s

Experimenting in the 1970s with color film, and commissioned to document buildings and signage in Midtown in violation of the Blight Ordinances, American photographer Maggie Hopp was able to create a very colorful portfolio of images which now look nostalgically benign, a colorful collection of what remained in the 1970s.

In an interview with Mike Foldes, founder and editor-in-chief of Ragazine, Hopp revisited her archives of Times Square, realized in the late 20th century.

Maggie Hopp is President of HOPP PROPERTY LLC, a Founding Member: Manhattan Association of Realtors, a Member: Real Estate Board of New York, MANAR, NYSAR, NAR SFC (Independent Firms Committee, REBNY), Eastside Committee (REBNY). You can contact her at, NYC, NY.

(All photos © Maggie Hopp)

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