Nearly 25 years after his "Nomads" series, American artist and photographer Andres Serrano chose to use the homeless as the focus of his work again, but this time he shot them in their own environment instead of in a studio. 

The "Residents of New York" portrait series shines a light on the actively ignored population of people who live in the city but lack a physical address. Instead of existing in a gallery where people can pretend to care about the faces in the work, Serrano is displaying them publicly on the street, on phone booths, and in various Manhattan subway stations. Check out the project video below and head to for more information.

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[via Juxtapoz]