About the book
New York City subways – the century-old transit system has survived two World Wars, the Great Depression, and Hurricane Sandy. It and the millions of citizens that rely on it as their daily lifeline will also survive the COVID-19 pandemic.
Subwaygram captures mobile phone street portraits of the diverse community of riders two years before and two years after the first case was confirmed in New York City and the commonalities in the fleeting moments of their journeys.
Chris Maliwat is a street-portrait photographer who captures surreptitious moments of everyday people on their journeys in the cities where they live. He has been photographing the subway for many years and sharing the images on his Subwaygram Instagram feed.
Aaron L. Morrison is a New York City-based journalist whose work on race, criminal justice and grassroots social movements has been published by The Associated Press, the global nonprofit news wire.
Since 2003, Daylight has published art and photography via our print and digital publishing programs. By exploring the documentary mode along with the more conceptual concerns of fine art, Daylight’s uniquely collectible publications work to revitalize the relationship between art, photography, and the world at large.
Subwaygram (first edition)Regular price From $45.00 USDRegular priceUnit price per
Subwaygram Photowall (signed, limited edition)Regular price $2,000.00 USDRegular priceUnit price per
Subwaygram Portrait ExperienceRegular price $500.00 USDRegular priceUnit price per
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"I was (and continue to be) intrigued by the breadth of this project, and the empathetic lens through which he recorded his subjects" - Daniel George