Arthur King, Lyric Moment, From Manhattan Bridge
Lyric Moment, From Manhattan Bridge
Arthur King, Four Girls in a Vacant Lot
Vacant Lot, Girls
Arthur King, Washington Market, 205
Washington Market, 205
Arthur King, Myrtle Avenue El, Passenger
Myrtle Avenue El (Passenger)
Arthur King, McSorley's, Man with Cap
Man with Cap, McSorley’s
Arthur King, San Gennaro Outside of Paolucci's Restaurant
San Gennaro, Outside of Paolucci’s Restaurant
Arthur King, San Gennaro
San Gennaro
Arthur King, McSorley's, St. Patrick's Day Flag, New York City
McSorley’s, St. Patrick’s Day Flag

Arthur King began photographing New York City between 1955-8 while studying Industrial Design at Pratt Institute in Brooklyn. The negatives he shot were then lost for nearly forty years. When they were rediscovered, the artist was suddenly and dramatically reconnected to not only his own past, but the city’s past, too.

Arthur King’s work has been exhibited in many solo and group exhibitions, and his photographs are represented in the permanent collection of the Museum of the City of New York.