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New York / Paris Box Set, Elliott Erwitt

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New York / Paris Box Set, Elliott Erwitt

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  • Intriguing images from a master photographer
  • An ideal gift for lovers of New York and its spirit

Elliott Erwitts glimpses of New York City are sometimes gritty, sometimes elegant, yet always true to life. His monochromatic tribute to the Big Apple contains all the shadings of this vital metropolis. Capturing the true diversity that makes this city great, this selection of images spans Erwitts career, including many previously unseen works from the 50s and 60s. It is a memorable tribute to a great city and a reflection of a great photographers genius.

  • Essential for all lovers of Paris and all things Parisian
  • A wonderful addition to the Elliott Erwitt series by teNeues

Yes, well always have Paris and who better to capture all its moods than the inimitable Elliott Erwitt? With a keen eye for the real city, Erwitt sees beyond the tourist clichés. Whether the mightiest of monuments or the charm of la vie quotidienne this master photographer chronicles it all. Alternating intimate details with grand vistas, Erwitt captures the true flavor of la metropole.

Born in Paris in 1928, Elliott Erwitt arrived in the U.S. in the late 1930s. Establishing himself in the 40s and 50s as a leading magazine photographer, he joined the prestigious Magnum agency in 1953. In addition to his work in magazines, he achieved great success as an advertising photographer and filmmaker. He currently lives in New York City—but spends a great deal of time in Paris.

Aantal foto's

144, 176

Aantal pagina's

323

Auteur

Elliott Erwitt

Formaat

22 x 29

ISBN

9783832732776

Talen in dit boek

Duits, Engels, Frans, Italiaans, Spaans

Uitgever

TeNeues

Uitvoering

Hardcover

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