Published by Thames & Hudson, the book entitled I See a City: Todd Webb’s New York focuses on the work of American photographer Todd Webb produced in the megapol in the 1940s and 1950s. It is a rich portrait of the everyday life and architecture of New York, shaped by the friction and frisson of humanity. In November of 1945, Todd Webb began a journey that would change his life. Newly discharged from the Navy, he resolved to move to New York City and give himself over to his passion for photography. It was time for him to test his...
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