New York Again is the meeting of two opposing visions of the Big Apple. Nicolas Eliard goes there regularly, for very short stays. Gilles Le Guen lived there nearly ten years before being expelled from American territory..
Despite their conflicting experiences, they develop a common outlook imbued with nostalgia, in the form of a declaration of love for the city..
Authors:Nicolas Eliard, Gilles Le Guen
14 x 14 cm - 56 pagesinterior in colors - soft cover
New York Again is the third opus of the collectionMobile Cities, carte blanche to authors and photographers, in the city of their choice, at the rate of two publications per year.
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