Publisher: Daylight Books/ Photo: Stan Raucher
  • During the past eight years (2007-2014), photographer Stan Raucher has spent countless hours riding and photographing metro systems in 15 cities on four continents. “Metro,” published by <a href="https://daylightbooks.org/products/metro-scenes-from-an-urban-stage"target="external">Daylight Books</a>, captures his candid photos of ordinary people, going about their daily lives as they pass through the crush of this subterranean realm traveling to and from work and other destinations. Pictured here: The B train at 42nd Street, Manhattan, 2009.
    Publisher: Daylight Books/ Photo: Stan Raucher
  • Line 2 near Lujiazui, Shanghai, 2009.
    Publisher: Daylight Books/ Photo: Stan Raucher
  • Yellow Line at HUDA City Center, Delhi, 2012.
    Publisher: Daylight Books/ Photo: Stan Raucher
  • Line 1 near Museo, Naples, 2011.
    Publisher: Daylight Books/ Photo: Stan Raucher
  • Line 3 near Coyoacan, Mexico City, 2009.
    Publisher: Daylight Books/ Photo: Stan Raucher
  • When photographing his subjects up close on the metro, Raucher tries to be as discreet and unobtrusive as possible, but discovers that in many instances, people are in their own private worlds and don’t even notice him. Titled: Line 1 at Praca da Arvore, Sao Paolo, 2012.
    Publisher: Daylight Books/ Photo: Stan Raucher
  • Belleville Station, Paris, 2013.
    Publisher: Daylight Books/ Photo: Stan Raucher
  • Line 1 near People's Square, Shanghai, 2009.
    Publisher: Daylight Books/ Photo: Stan Raucher
  • Line 8 near Aculco, Mexico City, 2014.
    Publisher: Daylight Books/ Photo: Stan Raucher
  • Piccadilly Line near Hyde Park Corner, London, 2013.
    Publisher: Daylight Books/ Photo: Stan Raucher
  • Line 2 at Montesanto, Naples, 2011.
    Publisher: Daylight Books/ Photo: Stan Raucher
  • Line 4 near Les Halles, Paris, 2007.
    Publisher: Daylight Books/ Photo: Stan Raucher
  • Times Square Station, Manhattan, 2012. <a href="http://stanraucher.com"target="external">Stan Raucher</a> is an award-winning photographer who has been documenting aspects of the human condition around the world for over a decade. His photographs have been featured in 20 solo exhibitions and included in over 60 juried group shows.
    Publisher: Daylight Books/ Photo: Stan Raucher
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