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If you have a penchant for old New York, be forewarned! This book of masterful photographs by the adventurous German-born documentarian Evelyn Hofer has it all. “Lugging her cumbersome camera around mid-20th century New York, Evelyn Hofer captured a rapidly changing city, slowly, sensitively and methodically,” Matthew Sedacca writes in New York Times. Hofer’s eye brims with wit and honesty. Dusica Due Malesevic of the Daily Mail describes a portrait of a “beguiling, bygone New York City—from bums to the Bowery: stunning portraits of people and places capture the Big Apple in the 60s and 70s," while The Guardian notes that in this beautifully designed volume, "some of her most defining images, and some unseen shots, are celebrated."
ISBN 9783958293489 $50.00