I quite like Streuli's photos. They lie somewhere between the typological (think bechers) and the iconic. To compare Streuli to a "street" photographer like Frank, Winogrand, Friedlander etc. could be an interesting exercise in understanding how differences in artistic strategies shape not only the individual's work but that aspect of "modernity" or timeliness intrinsic to it. But to judge Streuli's work solely on the tenets of a mode of photography whose period of relevance ended thirty years ago is an exercise in futility.