• Tim Barber, "Burning Bridges"
  • Posted 64 months ago by Jack Lowe · Art & Design · 16712 Views
  • In collaboration with Nike Sportswear, New York photographer Tim Barber has opened his latest show, "Burning Bridges" - an exhibition of black and white photographs featuring 'NYC BridgeRunners'. ?The NYC Bridge Runners are a like-minded group of runners, and were a perfect fit to represent this collection" said Barber when speaking to W Magazine. The group, which is predominantly made up of young creatives, come together twice weekly to run the Brooklyn, Manhattan and Williamsburg Bridges.

    ?I decided to shoot it all black and white to accentuate that gritty energy of the streets of New York? I was shooting real runners in their natural environments so I wanted the images to reflect and translate that realness? It was a really exciting challenge, working with a group out in the elements. I grew up skateboarding, and I wanted to approach photographing the runners the same way I would approach photographing skaters. I've always loved the relationship skateboarding has with the city environment, and I wanted to show that same relationship with the runners.?

    The exhibition will be open to the public through December at Nike STADIUM, 276 Bowery, New York, NY 10012.


    • These are wonderful
    • Sally Posted 64 months ago · 114 Reply
    • Always been a fan of his work. He has a solo show at Oh Wow gallery coming up too. glad to see he's busy.
    • Brian Posted 64 months ago · 119 Reply
    • Raw beauty!
    • Thuraya Lynn Posted 64 months ago · 108 Reply
    • I love your pictures,!! AMAZING!!!
    • Magda Posted 64 months ago · 147 Reply
    • Absolutely love his work
    • Star Padilla Posted 64 months ago · 110 Reply
    • Dont know what i love most , his motion work or his portraits. love his shot with the police man on his site.
    • no_coffee Posted 64 months ago · 119 Reply
    • nigga sold out
    • sam Posted 64 months ago · 111 Reply
    • Adek!!!
    • Samuel Posted 64 months ago · 117 Reply