From Asher Kelman’s post for Open Photography Forums:

The curators at ClampArt in New York City are worthy of visiting when you get to town or manage to make it to one of the many USA art shows they participate in. I’ve followed them for a number of years and they continue to impress me with their original and unique choice for their stable of supported photographers.

Bill Armstrong, to me at least, is like having some of Bressson’s fleeting B&W images of Paris streets on steroids. The pictures are inspired by the Film Noir era and are remarkable for rich colors and in defined boundaries.

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