Huit jours à New York

@ Coquentin, Julien


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Publisher's presentation :

"After presenting his vision of Montreal in Early Sunday morning / Journal de Montreal, we discover Julien Coquentin's vision of New York in this photobook.

This time, unlike Montreal, it's a short one-week trip. A week to photograph New York is not enough. But it requires being on the lookout, trying to capture every moment that makes her such a special city. Julien Coquentin offers us an intimate portrait of the city. And one finds with happiness in this small work the work so particular and recognizable of the color and the light which is the "trademark" of the photographer.

64 pages - Softcover with flaps

lamaindonne, 2014

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