Block E Mosaic 1987
Block E was the notorious stretch of Hennepin Avenue in Downtown Minneapolis, bookended by Shinders Bookstores at both ends and with every manner of peep show, adult gift store, gallery, dive bar, and flop house in between, and was a favorite haunt of the Minneapolis punk scene. The City Council eventually voted to raze the whole block in 1988 and replace it with a parking lot. This composite was assembled from a series of photos shot from the opposite side of Hennepin Avenue with a twin-lens Rolleiflex camera, digitally scanned and assembled into a continuous depiction of the entire block.
Giclee print on Canson Baryta Photographique archival paper. Mounted on archival board, black metal frame with Museum anti-glare UV-filtering glass.
Image size: 42″W x 6″H
Framed Size: 49.5″W x 13″H x 1.5″T
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