Capturing the towering emotion and the claustrophobic 24-hour drama of New York City, "New York" is the ultimate tribute to the world's ultimate metropolis. This thorough appraisal of the greatest modern city covers every aspect of the New York story from history, architecture, design, art, and fashion to music, film, dance, and sports. Eighteen chapters of new and archival writing from leading New York journalists and writers including Ric Burns, Tom Wolfe, Gay Talese, Pete Hamill, John Updike, E. B. White, Don DeLillo, ...
Capturing the towering emotion and the claustrophobic 24-hour drama of New York City, "New York" is the ultimate tribute to the world's ultimate metropolis. This thorough appraisal of the greatest modern city covers every aspect of the New York story from history, architecture, design, art, and fashion to music, film, dance, and sports. Eighteen chapters of new and archival writing from leading New York journalists and writers including Ric Burns, Tom Wolfe, Gay Talese, Pete Hamill, John Updike, E. B. White, Don DeLillo, David Remnick, David Halberstam, and Colson Whitehead are perfectly complemented by striking photography by Alfred Stieglitz, Berenice Abbott, Diane Arbus, Eugene De Salignac, Patrick Demarchelier, Weegee, Jerry Schatzberg, David Bailey, Bruce Davidson, and others. A lovingly crafted tribute, a milestone work about a single city, and the definitive reference on all things Gotham, "New York" is a must-have for lovers of the Big Apple everywhere. This specially packaged limited edition of NEW YORK, sold as the Columbus Editions, is bound in silk and presented in a Lucite Tower Case. Limited to 100 copies, it is sold with five 16 x 20" authenticated limited-edition archival prints by: * Berenice Abbott (1898-1991)Museum of the City of New York - includes custom archival stampBerenice Abbott was an American photographer best known for her black-and-white photography of New York City architecture and urban design of the 1930s. Upon seeing the city Abbott immediately saw the photographic potential of the city. Her work has provided a historical chronicle of many now-destroyed buildings and neighborhoods of Manhattan and New York's landscape. This was all guided by her belief that the camera deserved to document the 20th century.* Jacob Riis (1849-1914)Museum of the City of New York - includes custom archival stampJacob Riis is known for his dedication to using his photographic and journalistic talents to help the less fortunate in New York City, which was the subject of most of his prolific writings and photographic essays. His 1890 book "How The Other Half Lives" was a catalyst for social reforms at the time and forever changed the way people thought about the city. Riis worked with middle-class and upper-class philanthropists to utilize private wealth to transform the slums into better places to live. As one of the first photographers to use flash, he is considered a pioneer in photography.* Weegee (1899-1968)International Center for Photography - includes custom archival stampWeegee was the pseudonym of Arthur Fellig, an American photographer and photojournalist, known for his stark black-and-white street photography. He is best known as a candid news photographer whose shots documented street life in New York City. Weegee worked mostly at night; he listened closely to police radio broadcasts and often beat the authorities to the scene. His photos of crime scenes, car-wreck victims in pools of their own blood, overcrowded urban beaches, and various grotesques are still shocking. * Jerry Schatzberg (b. 1927)Direct with the photographer - Hand-signedEstablished market value = $4,000The work of New York-born Schatzberg was been published in "Vogue, McCall's, Esquire, Glamour, "and" Life" in the 1960s and captured intimate portraits of the generation's most notable artists, celebrities, and thinkers, from Bob Dylan to Robert Rauschenberg. In the 1970s he explored the medium of film and participated in the renaissance of American cinema, directing films such as: "Puzzle of a Downfall Child, The Panic in Needle Park, "and "Scarecrow."* Evelyn Hofer (b. 1922)Direct with the photographer - Hand-signedEstablished market value = $4,000Evelyn Hofer was born in Germany during the Nazi regime and was tutored by two Swiss photographers, which occasioned the start of her quietly seminal career. She has photographed for more than forty years. Her long career includes early fashion shoots for "Harper's Bazaar, " books of photogra
Byrd, David Edward (Drawings by). Very good. No dust jacket as issued. Clean, bright, tight. No coloring done yet. Light rear cover shelfwear. Slight short corner turns. Color sturdy paper covers; stapled binding. 8.5x11in. 64 p. Art Deco style framing for each realistic architectural pen&ink outline among NYC's landmark buildings. Thirty architectural landmarks with accompanying text offer historic background to the skyline of New York City. Included are officially designated landmarks by the NYC Landmarks Preservation Commission, those listed with the Greenwich Village Historic District and designated by the NYCLPC, and likewise for the SoHo Cast-Iron Historic District.
New York: The Columbus Edition
by Ben Arogundade (Editor), Ric Burns (Text by), Tom Wolfe (Text by)
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