Paul Raphaelson’s photographs of the Domino Sugar Factory in Williamsburg, Brooklyn document a topic of continuing controversy. It was once the biggest
sugar refinery in the world. Originally a complex, now just one historically landmarked building still stands on the Brooklyn waterfront. On it’s way to becoming
high-rise condos it might well be the best symbol of the climate in Brooklyn today.
Signature: on reverse
Image rights: Paul Raphaelson and The Front Room Gallery
Apart of the "Beyond Ruin Porn" exhibition