Since the end of the 19th century, skyscrapers have been a symbol of the visual identity of New York. They are mainly situated on Manhattan Island. Nina Papiorek proposes bird?s eye shots of Manhattan. From the top of the Rockefeller Center, the artist photographs Manhattan from the sky. Beyond architectural elements such as the easily recognisable sky-scrapers, the photographer tries to immortalise the urban congestion proper to New York. The photographs are constructed around lines which meet: the vertical lines of the buildings and the horizon, as well as the busy streets which divide New York City into squares. These lines converge towards a unique vanishing point. This dense grid, put into perspective, contributes to creating the impression of frenzy resulting from the activity of this metropolis.

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Nina Papiorek

Nina Papiorek was born in Germany in 1979. After management studies, she began photography in 2006. Photography plays a large role in her life. It has now become a passion. Her work mainly focuses on the street and the photography of architecture. She likes to capture moments, to show the faces of different cultures that she meets through her travels. She is inspired by the world surrounding her.

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