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New York Vertical

Hamann, Horst

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ISBN 10: 3823803700 / ISBN 13: 9783823803706
Editorial: Neues Publishing Company, New York, New York, U.S.A., 2001
Condición: Very Good Encuadernación de tapa dura
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"After all, to venture on New York means to follow your own instincts and discover is for yourself: all individually; all personally; all for your own. As long as your senses work you will always find some sensation that has never been seen some place before and that remains indescribable." {Horst Hamann}. This book has 166 pages and is profusely illustrated with picture after picture of New York skyscrapers, taken from a vertical perspective {mostly}. One classic photograph shows the World Trade Center. N° de ref. de la librería 021097

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Título: New York Vertical

Editorial: Neues Publishing Company, New York, New York, U.S.A.

Año de publicación: 2001

Encuadernación: Hard Cover

Condición del libro:Very Good

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Sinopsis:

In this first book truly to celebrate the city's vertical appeal, Horst Hamann offers a completely new perspective on the American metropolis. The result is a truly original and astonishing array of images that capture New York's towering presence in a way no other photographer ever has.

Already the recipient of three prestigious photography awards, New York Vertical is a book as spectacular, as impressive, and as unusual as the subject it gloriously depicts.

Review:

Some people may mistakenly overlook this book because of the novelty of its central idea--upending a panoramic camera to shoot New York City vertically. But veteran photographer Horst Hamann's pictures have nothing gimmicky about them; in fact, like Berenice Abbott's, they seem destined for New York City photo immortality. The pictures are beautifully controlled--in vision, in camera technique, and in printing. What's more, Hamann bends the city to his vision of light, air, and geometry. A shot of the Statue of Liberty's right arm, holding the lamp aloft, is a masterwork of composition and care. It's as if Hamann somehow arranged for the sea below to darken in precisely the same gradations as the Lady's stately arm. Compare it to a dizzying picture of one of the Chrysler Building's shiny eagle heads, or a serene moment among the hosta lilies in Trinity Church cemetery for a grasp of Hamann's range.

Each photograph is paired with a quotation on the opposite page, such as Walt Whitman's "The beautiful city, the city of hurried and sparkling waters!" or former mayor James J. Walker's quip, "I'd rather be a lamppost in New York than Mayor of Chicago." The back of the book contains information on the places in the photographs. On a shelf of New York books, this one might take its place next to Paul Goldberger's classic, The City Observed, as a fresh example of how New York's stone, steel, and glass architectural icons are reinvented with each new visionary. --Peggy Moorman

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