To thwart any nostalgia, Frank Horvat chose the color to photograph New York. In twenty Fine Art prints, he describes the irresistible attraction of the world city, its exuberance, its truth. Color is not a break for Frank Horvat. Nor is it inevitable. An experiment ? The word is correct if you listen to what he says today: “I photographed in color without thinking too much about it. The color itself didn’t motivate me, but I took it into account, I’m not like Saul Leiter, whom I admire, an involved colorist. ” Why not have chosen black & white to...
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