In the series “The Heart of Exile”, contemporary photographer Jehsong Baak bends the traditional modernist style of black and white images to the will of his incisive eye to produce timeless images of startling impact. This maquette, as yet unpublished, covers two periods that span 25 years of work: the first in the New York of 1987 to 1990, the second capturing the city during several return visits from 2001 to 2013.
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