New New York

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New New York celebrates the newest landmarks of New York—Time Warner Center, Hearst Tower, Brooklyn Bridge Park, The High Line, and more—placing them in the context of the famous and beloved highlights of the city—Rockefeller Center, Brooklyn Bridge, Central Park, Lincoln Center, Metropolitan Museum of Art, Times Square.
 
Award-winning photographer Jake Rajs captures these sites with remarkable color, clarity, and spirit, proclaiming the ...
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Overview

New New York celebrates the newest landmarks of New York—Time Warner Center, Hearst Tower, Brooklyn Bridge Park, The High Line, and more—placing them in the context of the famous and beloved highlights of the city—Rockefeller Center, Brooklyn Bridge, Central Park, Lincoln Center, Metropolitan Museum of Art, Times Square.
 
Award-winning photographer Jake Rajs captures these sites with remarkable color, clarity, and spirit, proclaiming the innovation of the newest of New York and this nostalgia of the old. An essay by architecture critic Philip Nobel offers a lively commentary to set the scene for Rajs’s compelling visual presentation. This wide-ranging portfolio is a vibrant portrait of the energy and creativity that make New York a true world capital.
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New York isn't just the city that never sleeps; it's also the metropolis that is constantly remaking itself in new and exciting ways. Jake Rajs's New New York refreshes our sense of this world hub with a fitting large-scale celebration of recently created buildings and parks. Among the landmarks showcased are the Time Warner Center, Hearst Tower, Brooklyn Bridge Park, and The High Line, "New York's park in the sky." Both the photographs and an essay by noted architecture critic Philip Nobel place these new wonders within the context of the complex environment of the city. A gift for any Gotham lover.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781580933056
  • Publisher: The Monacelli Press
  • Publication date: 10/25/2011
  • Pages: 272
  • Sales rank: 939,976
  • Product dimensions: 10.30 (w) x 12.20 (h) x 1.20 (d)

Meet the Author

Jake Rajs is a New York–based photographer with a career that spans over thirty years. Specializing in commercial and art photography, he is best known for stunning and timeless architectural and landscape imagery. He has over fifteen art books currently in print, and his photography has been featured in more than 10,000 publications including Time, Life, Newsweek, the New York Times, Esquire, Town and Country, Men’s Heath, Geo, and National Geographic. His fine art prints are in museums and private collections worldwide.
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