French photographer Frank Horvat’s series New York Up and Down, 1982-1986 is shown to the public for the first time in its entirety. This is happening in Antwerp, Belgium. Frank Horvat, born in 1928 in the Italian city of Abbazia, which is now the Croatian city of Opatija, has never cared much for borders. His life has been full of migrations, beginning in the late 1930s, when the war forced his family to seek refuge in Switzerland. From there he watched the world tear itself apart. When the chaos died down, he moved to Paris and later to Boulogne, “for...
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