Bohbot's Cut is a visual celebration of the city's diverse communities, their customs, and their daily rituals. The project takes the viewer on a journey through the different neighborhoods of New York City, showcasing the barbershops that have become a cultural institution in each area. The barbershops in the series are as diverse as the city itself, ranging from modern, upscale salons to old-fashioned, traditional shops that have been in operation for generations. Through his lens, Bohbot captures the soul of each barbershop, highlighting the unique personalities of the barbers and their clients. The project is a tribute to the artistry and skill of the city's barbers, who have perfected their craft over many years. Each photograph in the series is a testament to the pride and dedication that these barbers have for their profession. Cut is a powerful reminder of the importance of preserving cultural traditions and the role that they play in shaping our identity. The series captures a slice of New York City's rich cultural tapestry and invites the viewer to experience the city's barbershops in a new and exciting way. Bohbot's photographs are a work of art, and they serve as a poignant reminder of the importance of valuing the history and culture of our communities.