New York: the whole world dreams of visiting this exciting city, where anything can happen – a fast-paced city that never sleeps. YellowKorner’s photographers have managed to capture its essence, however, in the light of day as well as at night in all its glorious activity.
Through their shots, they guide you into all the city’s hidden corners, from Broadway to 42nd Street, with Manhattan and Brooklyn in between. Their talented expert eyes capture the melting pot of culture that symbolises this American metropolis.
These images of New York thus immortalise the atmosphere of constant movement that reigns supreme. The iconic skyscrapers of the city, as well as the landscapes of New York variously unfold. You can decorate your interior with a view from the Brooklyn Bridge, an image of the Empire State Building, or a panoramic photo of New York City itself.
Black-and-white photographs of New York, like those by Serge Ramelli , bring a timeless touch. With shots of the Rockefeller Center or Coney Island, the American dream can become part of your living area.
New York is indisputably one of the most photographed cities in the world. It inspires artists from all walks of life.
For Laurent Dequick, who trained as an architect and is passionate about life in teeming cities , it is the ideal playground. He offers intense images, frenzied and contemporary. With an artistic soft-focus, he recreates in his images the constant movement of city intersections.
New York at night is another world. French photographer Franck Bohbot
is fascinated with the relationship between humankind and urbanisation . In his shots he shows us an animated New York illuminated by streetlights. Ferris wheels, basketball courts, and shop fronts come to life in these photos. Delve into the photographs proposed in a numbered limited edition, and you’ll find yourself confronted with the dynamism of New York.
Bernhard Hartmann will take you on a tour of New York’s most beautiful spaces. These numbered photographs invite you into the famous Grand Central Station or onto the roof of the Empire State Building. This renowned photographer encourages the spectator to take a seat and admire the marvels he captures.