[Dana Meilijson at Second Avenue and 81st Street]
In her series “Everyday Interruptions,” Dana Meilijson took self-portraits in  various locations around Manhattan.

"I was amazed by the quickness of the city’s rhythm. People walk fast, and there seems to be no time for simple things.
Her pictures capture the simplicity and stillness of everyday activities.
a coffee shop on First Avenue at 85th Street.
… some things got lost, like being in the park and really enjoying the  experience, or having a cup of coffee because of its delicious taste and  not because I needed to stay awake and alert so as to keep pace with  the city.”

The Woman in Red (NYT)

[Dana Meilijson at Second Avenue and 81st Street]

In her series “Everyday Interruptions,” Dana Meilijson took self-portraits in various locations around Manhattan.

"I was amazed by the quickness of the city’s rhythm. People walk fast, and there seems to be no time for simple things.

Her pictures capture the simplicity and stillness of everyday activities.


a coffee shop on First Avenue at 85th Street.

… some things got lost, like being in the park and really enjoying the experience, or having a cup of coffee because of its delicious taste and not because I needed to stay awake and alert so as to keep pace with the city.”

The Woman in Red (NYT)