Whether built of stone, brick, wood, iron, steel, or concrete, bridges have captivated our imaginations more than any other man-made structures.
This collection of photographs shows New York City from a fresh perspective. The essence of the city is captured in a oblique and surprising way. Tamas Revesz is a prominent Hungarian photographer who has recently moved to the United States.
More than two hundred magnificent, full-color photographs document the enormous productivity of eastern Asia against the background of traditional life and culture.
In this unique and startling collection of photographic diptychs, we see average New Yorkers first clothed, then completely naked. Only their ages and professions are given as captions.
A photographer's compelling and poetic odyssey through modern-day Vietnam.