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New York in Color (Hardcover)

Author:  Bob Shamis
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Format: Hardcover
ISBN-10: 1419700618
ISBN-13: 9781419700613
Sku: 220563173
Publish Date: 8/13/2012
Dimensions:  (in Inches) 12H x 11.75L x 1T
Pages:  228
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"New York in Color "presents the best color photography of New York over the last century. From its iconic landmarks like Times Square and Coney Island to the visual poetry of its streets and skyline, New York presents an ever-changing visual collage best seen in color. Here, neon lights define the spirit of the night, a young Bob Dylan lingers in the snows of Greenwich Village, subway trains are rolling murals, and New Yorkers of every era become dramatic actors on the world''s greatest stage. Presenting work--much of it unknown--by major photographers, including such masters as Andre Kertesz, William Klein, Helen Levitt, and Joel Meyerowitz, "New York in Color "is destined to be a classic photographic survey of the world''s most visually vibrant city.

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New York in Color presents the best color photography of New York over the last century. From its iconic landmarks like Times Square and Coney Island to the visual poetry of its streets and skyline, New York presents an ever-changing visual collage best seen in color. Here, neon lights define the spirit of the night, a young Bob Dylan lingers in the snows of Greenwich Village, subway trains are rolling murals, and New Yorkers of every era become dramatic actors on the world’s greatest stage. Presenting work—much of it unknown—by major photographers, including such masters as André Kertész, William Klein, Helen Levitt, and Joel Meyerowitz, New York in Color is destined to be a classic photographic survey of the world’s most visually vibrant city.

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