Click to preview Uninterrupted - the people of New York photo book

In large cities there is a dense quality which lends itself to crowded, cluttered scenes. As a native New Yorker I have spent most of my life staking claim to small spaces: 600-square-foot apartments, single rooms I can call my own, and particular moments in time where I could be - for a moment - uninterrupted. Each of these photos in some way represents a portion of time when a person or an event was able to express itself totally alone among some of the thickest landscape on earth.


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Publish Date  April 08, 2007

Dimensions  Standard Landscape  34 pgs Standard Paper

Category  Arts & Photography

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