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New York Underground

Cobler, Veretta

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ISBN 10: 1859958230 / ISBN 13: 9781859958230
Published by Parkstone Press March 1, 2004, 2004
Used Condition: Near Fine Hardcover
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Title: New York Underground

Publisher: Parkstone Press March 1, 2004

Publication Date: 2004

Binding: Hardcover

Book Condition:Near Fine

Dust Jacket Condition: Near Fine

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Tragedy came to the Big Apple long before 9/11 with the arrival of a new four-letter world called AIDS that terrorized an entire generation of New Yorkers. It threw the world's freest, most cosmopolitan and culturally advanced city back into a medieval mindset of fear. Photographer Veretta welcomes us back to the last days of a self-confident city that is always ready to party in effusively decorated nightspots. She shows a generation that sang and danced in garish attire through the carefree days that opened up after the Vietnam War, unaware of sordid doings underway that would radically alter their mindset. This book bears witness to the last days of an era before an entire generation of New Yorkers discovered the grief, mourning and despair that comes with the loss of loved ones. Throughout these pages, there is still music, fun and laughter in vibrant garb. Everyone could live it up in the certainty it would last forever.

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Veretta is a New York-based photographer. She has trained her lens on the Beaux-Arts Academy, world of fashion and a host of still-life subjects. Her work spans two full decades and she has contributed to publications that include The Mammoth Book of Erotic Photography, the touchstone in its field.

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