Bernd Obermann moved to New York in 1996 to experience the city's vibrant mix of culture, ethnicity and race. For the next five years, he rarely ventured out of doors without his camera, exploring what New York had to offer. These photographs are the results of his walks through the city streets, parks and neighbourhoods. They range from the Bronx to the Battery, from rich to poor, from young to old. Obermann, born in Germany, has worked as a war photographer in Afghanistan, Somalia and Sarajevo. His fashion work has appeared in "Vogue" and "Esquire". This book is published as part of the "Photopocket" series, a series of city guides designed to be easy to use whilst sightseeing.
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· Delightful visual tour in black & white
· New series of city guides with attractive flexi-covers which make it easy to carry while sightseeing
· Perfect for bookstores and gift shops alikeAbout the Author:
Bernd Obermann was born in 1954 in Oberhausen, Germany. After his apprenticeship with master photographer Rudi Groth he worked in advertising, fashion, and portraiture. He was also a journalism photographer, covering wars in Afghanistan, Somalia and Sarajevo. His work has appeared in Stern, Vogue, and Esquire.
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Book Description Te Neues Publishing Company, 2002. Paperback. Book Condition: New. book. Bookseller Inventory # M3823845187
Book Description teNeues Publishing (UK) Ltd 2002, 2002. Book Condition: New. New paperback. May show some slight shelf wear but content fine and unread. Bookseller Inventory # A82227