New York, 1987, 1987

This photograph captures a quintessential New York street scene moment. Behind the billowing smoke and gridlock is the sloping glass façade of the Tishman building, home to Hiscox’s office until 2021.

Marc Riboud was a French photographer best known for documenting the politically charged moments during the Cultural Revolution in China, the Vietnam War, and protests in the United States during the 1960s. His images have served as touchstones for those times.