"This photography book is an invitation to surprise ourselves and to dream, showing us that dreams and surprises are possible, always." (Gianandrea Noseda, Conductor)
New York is undoubtedly one of the most photographed cities in the world and photographs notoriously reveal more about the photographer than the subject. In this volume architect and photographer Stefano Pasqualetti presents a collection of shots inspired by the Big Apple over the years.
These striking images view New York through the lens of a clinical eye for architectural detail. The result is an unusual photographic narrative, distinguished by a marked absence of artificial lights and people, with the city seemingly wrapped in revealing silence, capturing moments, details and sensations frequently overlooked in an attempt to frame time in the city that never sleeps.