Of course I could be wrong but I get a sense that street photography as an art has become something that not a lot of people appreciate anymore, let alone gallery's. Although it's hardly representative here on PN it's something that only a handful of people seem drawn to and work at. More importantly in the real world it's something you have to look for real hard. I'm not sure about the States but even over here in Paris, a city that can arguably be called the photography capital of Europe, it's not something you're likely to find in great numbers, even in coherent series. While documentary still thrives to a modest extent, although in a niche, street seems to be something that's close to invisable. So has it been marginalised and if so why? I'm not talking about how saleable it is for that is obvious. It's more a question against the background of aesthetics or what we perceive as such. Has there been a cultural shift?