Last spring, this New York gallery, in a declaration of its taste for big cities, presented a major project on Tokyo. Now In Walking the City, we find ourselves in the streets of New York, Paris and Berlin, with photographers like Jean-Michel Berts, Bruno Bertrand-Frezoul, Wolfram Ruoff and Ronan Guillou as our guides, on the lookout for lines and angles. In half of the images, the walker is the focus of the picture. Some are unfathomable while others, in the style of Harry Callahan, use the human being as the subject of the composition. But we can appreciate them all.
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