Frédéric Bourret lived in New York for 5 years, he wanted to show the city contrary the way it is commonly perceived, fast and tumultuous. For Bourret, it is a haven of calm and tranquility if we take the time to discover it. The use of black and white was a deliberate choice. Frédéric Bourret likes to think of his pictures as an homage to his favorite photographer, Lee Friedlander.
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