Revisiting an Infamous New York 

Ken Schles' 1988 book, Invisible City, revealed the dirty underbelly of New York in the 1980s. Shooting from sidewalks and tenements overlooking derelict courtyards and corner liquor stores, Schles compiled a treasure trove of images that Guy Trebay of The Village Voice said "[comprehended] both the shambles and the thrall" of the city.
Invisible City will be reprinted by Steidl this year, along with a new collection, Night Walk. Composed of unpublished photographs from the same era, Night Walk continues the story of delirium and decay that made Invisible City iconic. 
 
Daylight's new Ken Schles Edition features images from both works, accompanied by fever-dream prose from writer-critic Alan Rapp.