Hannah Price: City of Brotherly Love

52nd & Market, West Philly
52nd & Market, West Philly
Untitled, West Philly
Untitled, West Philly
Morning Commute, Septa R5
Morning Commute, Septa R5
Kiss Kiss, West Philly
Kiss Kiss, West Philly
Everyday After Work, West Philly
Everyday After Work, West Philly
Walking From CVS, West Philly
Walking From CVS, West Philly
On My Way Home, Brewerytown
On My Way Home, Brewerytown
Untitled, Brewerytown
Untitled, Brewerytown
Marian Anderson, South Philly
Marian Anderson, South Philly
Hasan, West Philly
Hasan, West Philly

Hannah Price was raised in Fort Collins, Colorado. A graduate of Rochester Institute of Technology, and a self-identified Mexican-African-American, she is interested in minority groups in the US. Price has an affinity for subjects that she is often linked to whether it be family or strangers brought to her through verbal exercises. Her project, “City of Brotherly Love” is a documentation of men that harassed her on the streets of Philadelphia. A reactionary, and incredibly brave gesture, Price turns the action back to her harassers by photographing them.

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