He wanted to be a painter, he has been a musician, he is a photographer. For years, Steve Hiett has been taking pictures of New York City from his window. When les éditions be-pôles gave him carte blanche, he chose to deliver this singular yet intimist look offering a touching dialogue between the city and his own emotions.
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