Kathy Ryan, Director of Photography at the New York Times Magazine and recent Pratt Photography Lecturer, writes about Arne Svenson’s current exhibition “The Neighbors” on the 6th Floor Blog. The show is on view at Julie Saul Gallery through tomorrow, June 29th. Svenson used a telephoto lens to capture anonymous subjects in photographs, unwittingly, through their apartment windows. Ryan asks, “Do Svenson’s images constitute an invasion of privacy? If so, is that infringement defensible because they constitute art?” Kathy Ryan lays out a brief history on this concern. She would love to hear what you think and asks for your comments at the end of her post.