After a remarked book on his work in the United States spanning 50 years of history, documentary photographer Jean-Pierre Laffont publishes his photos of New York, where he has been a transplanted resident since 1965. It was love at first sight. I even remember the exact time and place where I was struck: it was December 1965, at the corner of 6th...
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