Written by Lorimer, Katherine
NYC has been and continues to be a beacon for artists, who both feed off and contribute to the City s energy. This is Luna Park s love letter to the City and the artists who continue to aspire and inspire. For the last ten years city librarian Katherine 'Luna Park' Lorimer has been cataloging the art to be found on NYC streets.
Written by Bill Harris
Five hundred stunning duotone photographs showcase the finest, most majestic, and interesting examples of architecture in one of the world's most beloved cities The greatest buildings, monuments, and structures of New York come to life in these inspiring, neighborhood-by-neighborhood photographic tours. Each building is featured in a rich, fine-resolution duotone photograph.
Written by Ellis, Will
Every city has its ghosts. From Manhattan and Brooklyns trendiest neighbourhoods to the far-flung edges of the outer boroughs, Ellis captures the lost and lonely corners of the United States most populous city.
Written by Sylvia Moss
Experience the sublime beauty of the Angels of New York with exquisite images and writings of acclaimed photographer and author, Sylvia Moss. Angels of New York invites us to bask in the healing majesty of Gabriel, Michael, and the myriad other angels that grace New York City's edifices and walkways, including treasures like little know, otherworldly bronzes by Salvador Dali.
Written by Sherman, Augustus F
Throughout his tenure as a registry clerk with the Immigration Division of Ellis Island, Augustus F. Sherman systematically photographed more than 200 families, groups, and individuals while they were being held by customs for special investigations. This volume provides an essential revaluation of Sherman's striking portraits, which predate August Sander's cataloging efforts by several years.
Written by Ray Mock
Photographer Ray Mock takes you along on his exciting hunt for new Banksy work during the famous Better Out Than In project in his new book Banksy in New York. This personal narrative offers a day-by-day account of Banksy s first New York residency, chronicling works that include Sirens of the Lambs and the Central Park stand at which original works by Banksy were sold for only $60.
Written by Litwack, Matthew
'Beneath the Streets' reveals the world of street art and graffiti writers in the depths of the New York subway for the first time with fantastic photographs captured from throughout the tunnels and byways of the underground.
Written by Rajs, Jake
The South Fork of Long Island extends only forty miles, stretching east into the Atlantic Ocean from the Shinnecock Canal to the majestic bluffs at Montauk Point. Dotting the coastline are the stylish Hamptons--Southampton, East Hampton, Westhampton Beach, and Bridgehampton--and villages of Sag Harbor, Amagansett, Watermill, and Sagaponack.
The Hamptons have long been a haven for the world's elite. Its breathtaking vistas inspired Walt Whitman and Winslow Homer; its social forebears include Gerald and Sara Murphy entertaining Leger and Fitzgerald; Kurt Vonnegut, Jackson Pollock, and Andy Warhol all found inspiration on America's Riviera.
Written by Young, Brian
Photographer and master printer Brian Young first arrived in New York City in 1984. He witnessed all the well-known ills of '70s and early '80s New York, finding the city slowly, haltingly recovering from an economic depression. Industry and manufacturing jobs had left the city, and the population continued to drain out to the suburbs.