New York Photographs

The chaos, serenity, the creativity. Feelings to skin flower. The heroes, myths that are falling, but resist to disappear. If you are not convinced, visit Nobel Laureate in Economics. New York, crossroads, in continuous search of its identity, absorbing the roots of other cultures. New York, or the mixture of great talents of the rest of the world. The paranoia, the constant schizophrenia of a city that never you stopped loving, that never stopped to you surprising.

The grazing dusks, lights, the calmness the idylls, the fantasy, the dreams, the imagination. One rested conversation in any coffee of Brookling, one animated to dinner in Greenwich village. Cocktails in front of the Hudson river, to aistir to a concert in mythical Madison Square Garden, or to spend the night enjoying of music, in legendary clud of jazz. New York, or the revolt of John LennonNueva York, or the emaciated poetry but of Lou Reed, Tom WaitsNueva York, or the voice of Frank Sinatra.La photography of Willian Klein, Weegee or Leonard Freed; crude photographies, like puetazos in the stomach. The Literature of William Styron, Henry Roth, Paul Auster or James Ellroy Catched by the magic of this great city.

The colony of New York was Dutch before being English. In 1609, a boat of the Dutch East India Company, the Half Moon, you order under them of captain Henry the Hudson, discovered a magnificent bay at which a beautiful river ended, to that the Hudson gave its name. In the mouth of the river it put still on in one long granite-like island, that the Indians (which received to the Hudson, with their habitual mixture of gifts and you shoot with an arrow), called Manhattanik; ” the island where there were been drunk “. It holandese them arrived until a point that is immediately below which today is Albany a village, New Amsterdam, was created in the end of Manhattan. In 1621, the Dutch East India Company, obtained by letter the right to operate the New Holland.

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