New York Vertical Bonsai
Now in an easy-to-carry format, this award-winning pictorial tribute to the world's most vertical city offers a unique introduction to New York's spectacular architecture. Using a vintage panoramic camera tilted ninety degrees; Hamann spent nearly five years painstakingly setting up shot after shot, often finding himself balancing precariously out a window ledge. His stark black and white compositions lend these photographs a dramatic, often dreamlike quality, and offer unique reinterpretations of the world's most recognizable cityscapes.
An original and astonishing array of images — accompanied by quotations from some of the city's most ardent and well-known fans that capture New York's towering presence in a way no other photographer ever has. This small easy-to-carry format makes a great gift for anyone interested in the architecture and beauty of New York City. Author Biographies: Horst Hamann has traveled and worked extensively in the United States, specifically in New York. He was born in Germany. He is the recipient of numerous awards, including the Kodak Photobook Award, and he was the subject of a 1998-99 exhibition at the Museum of the City of New York.
- New York, the vertical challenge
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|Nb. de pages||184|
|Format||10,5 x 22|
|Intérieur||Noir et Blanc|
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