Brooklyn is country. It is the country of the greatest city in the world. It is the place where New York’s energy stops for a breath and exhales itself back into the Universe. It is the place where all the vibrations of Manhattan resonate at their own frequency. It is a place that is at once wholly itself, unlike any other energy on earth. Brooklyn Buzz (Damiani) is aby Gaia Light and Alessandro Cosmelli, take us on a stroll up and down the avenues and across the side streets and on the sidewalks and stoops and anywhere there is public life. The book is beautifully produced, four-color photographs on uncoated paper, creating both a raw and unvarnished glimpse at this energy, while also mediating its sharp edges.
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