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The Light of New York


€75,00

Assouline

9782759401741

13829556928534

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Description

How do you capture the City that never sleeps in chilling moments of sereni-ty? Award-winning photographer Jean-Michel Berts does just that in this epic, visual showpiece of the world’s greatest city. At dawn, the streets of New York resonate with a life of their own: muted, subdued, and mysterious. That’s pre-cisely the moment in which Berts has chosen to capture it. The city’s greatest landmarks and views are captures here like they never have been before, framed by Berts’s camera obscura. Buildings, bridges, completely deserted streets, and even its trees and empty flights of stairs take on a poetic, ethereal, almost dream-like quality. Much more than a hymn, this photographic gem is a moving homage to the world’s greatest city, seen as a virtuoso sculptor’s mas-terpiece. Each print is given ample breathing space in a gift-volume whose opulent size befits the spectacular quality of the photographs. 

Details
  • 128 pages
  • 70 illustrations
  • English language
  • Released in August 2013
  • W 10.51 x L 12.99 x D 0.79 in
  • Hardcover with Jacket
  • ISBN: 9782759401741
  • 1.814 kg
About the Author

A photographer since age 16, Jean-Michel Berts has acquired an outstanding international reputation by show-casing his work at Brussel’s fair, London, Saint-Tropez, Berlin, and Hamburg. André Aciman is the author of Call Me by Your Name, and Out of Egypt. He has co-authored and edited The Proust Project and Letters of Transit and has written for The New Yorker, The New York Times, and The Paris Review.

The Light of New York
€75,00

Assouline

9782759401741

13829556928534

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Free economy shipping in Europe on 100€+ orders - Ships same day if order placed before 1pm GMT

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Description

How do you capture the City that never sleeps in chilling moments of sereni-ty? Award-winning photographer Jean-Michel Berts does just that in this epic, visual showpiece of the world’s greatest city. At dawn, the streets of New York resonate with a life of their own: muted, subdued, and mysterious. That’s pre-cisely the moment in which Berts has chosen to capture it. The city’s greatest landmarks and views are captures here like they never have been before, framed by Berts’s camera obscura. Buildings, bridges, completely deserted streets, and even its trees and empty flights of stairs take on a poetic, ethereal, almost dream-like quality. Much more than a hymn, this photographic gem is a moving homage to the world’s greatest city, seen as a virtuoso sculptor’s mas-terpiece. Each print is given ample breathing space in a gift-volume whose opulent size befits the spectacular quality of the photographs. 

Details
  • 128 pages
  • 70 illustrations
  • English language
  • Released in August 2013
  • W 10.51 x L 12.99 x D 0.79 in
  • Hardcover with Jacket
  • ISBN: 9782759401741
  • 1.814 kg
About the Author

A photographer since age 16, Jean-Michel Berts has acquired an outstanding international reputation by show-casing his work at Brussel’s fair, London, Saint-Tropez, Berlin, and Hamburg. André Aciman is the author of Call Me by Your Name, and Out of Egypt. He has co-authored and edited The Proust Project and Letters of Transit and has written for The New Yorker, The New York Times, and The Paris Review.

Description

Details

About the Author

How do you capture the City that never sleeps in chilling moments of sereni-ty? Award-winning photographer Jean-Michel Berts does just that in this epic, visual showpiece of the world’s greatest city. At dawn, the streets of New York resonate with a life of their own: muted, subdued, and mysterious. That’s pre-cisely the moment in which Berts has chosen to capture it. The city’s greatest landmarks and views are captures here like they never have been before, framed by Berts’s camera obscura. Buildings, bridges, completely deserted streets, and even its trees and empty flights of stairs take on a poetic, ethereal, almost dream-like quality. Much more than a hymn, this photographic gem is a moving homage to the world’s greatest city, seen as a virtuoso sculptor’s mas-terpiece. Each print is given ample breathing space in a gift-volume whose opulent size befits the spectacular quality of the photographs. 

  • 128 pages
  • 70 illustrations
  • English language
  • Released in August 2013
  • W 10.51 x L 12.99 x D 0.79 in
  • Hardcover with Jacket
  • ISBN: 9782759401741
  • 1.814 kg

A photographer since age 16, Jean-Michel Berts has acquired an outstanding international reputation by show-casing his work at Brussel’s fair, London, Saint-Tropez, Berlin, and Hamburg. André Aciman is the author of Call Me by Your Name, and Out of Egypt. He has co-authored and edited The Proust Project and Letters of Transit and has written for The New Yorker, The New York Times, and The Paris Review.