New York – a city for photography, a city for fiction, a city that has always provided a backdrop for the world in perpetual motion. Pascal Aimar spent two and a half years in the Big Apple and when he returned for a twenty-day stay in 1991, it was as if he’d never been away. While he was there, he...
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