Tria Giovan is now an acclaimed New York photographer specializing in photographing interiors, travel, food and people, her images have been featured in travel, architecture, interior design, fashion magazines etc. She was born in Chicago but grew up in the Virgin Islands. It was 1984 when Tria Giovan landed in New York and found an apartment on the Lower East Side, in a tenement building on Clinton Street.
About “Perfect Strangers”, a street photography book by Melissa O’Shaughnessy
Melissa O’Shaughnessy is no stranger to the street photography community, she is a member of UP Photographers, is featured in the street photography bible “Bystander: A History of Street Photography” with two wonderful photos, and most recently in the anthology “Women Street Photographers” edited by Gulnara Samoilova and published by Prestel. It was about time she published her first monograph, which Aperture thankfully took on in 2020 with “Perfect Strangers – New York City Street Photographs”.
An ode to the life at top: The photobook TAR BEACH by SUSAN MEISELAS
GERMAN VERSION BELOW When I was in New York for an extended period in 2014, a New York artist, Juliana Lazzaro, invited me to a…
In the sea of the city
IN THE SEA OF THE CITY Cities are peculiar formations. They are noisy, hectic, reckless, confusing, emotionally cold, alienating, and lonely. Nevertheless, all cities preserve…