Walk Through New York’s Past and Present in “New York: Portrait Of A City”
Reuel Golden’s New York: Portrait Of A City takes readers on an epic journey through the Big Apple’s past and present. From photographs to portraits to jaw-dropping aerial shots, all fluctuating eras of the city are given equal representation. Readers can get a bird’s eye view of the glittering, glitzy Jazz Age, the dark days of the Great Depression, and the heartbreaking tragedy of 9/11 and its grim aftermath. The first chapter goes in-depth on New York’s emergence as America’s hottest metropolis, while the next few chapters examine the ‘20s, the Great Depression, and so on until readers get to the modern era. Then the tone shifts as readers learn more about New York from the 1960s until today.
New York: Portrait Of A City is not just a photography book, it’s a stunning tribute to the indomitable strength and spirit of its inhabitants. With hundreds of iconic images within its pages, some of which have never been seen before, readers will gain a new appreciation for one of America’s brightest and best cities.