10013 Limited Edition Collection – Tribeca 2010

Even at the end of the nineties, artists still had the power. Life was copacetic. At the crack of dawn in winter mornings, I’d head to Tribeca Bakery where a ratty-looking Robert DeNiro often hung out on Franklin St drinking hot coffee. Hippy Harvey Keitel walked along West Broadway in beads and bare feet. By 1999, as we braced for Y2K and then end of the world, Josh Harris (“We Live In Public”) made a big brother happening in an unsecured empty building on Broadway and Leonard Street. Those were the days of innocence before the rise of Homeland Security.