New York Edited. Twelve Stories from the City is photographed by the 2011 alumni of the International Center of Photography, New York and edited by the photo editors' class 2011/2012 at Ostkreuzschule für Fotografie, Berlin. From the foreword: ... "What lies underneath?" this is not only the title of one of the stories you will find in this book, it is what all twelve stories aim to find out. What we find if we look closely and patiently, if we dig deeper: transvestites dreaming of changing political attitudes, homeless people trying to survive, animals trapped in captivity and sex workers who are "mothers... they're sisters, they're friends, they're lovers... they're people, and you might even know one and not know"... By no means do the stories in this book aim to represent New York in its diversity. They want to give an insight, an intimate look in different worlds....
The photographers: Guilia Bianchi, Mike Fernandez, Kirsty Griffin, Romina Hendlin, Mads Holm, Orly Kaufman, Monica Kapoor, Marily Konstantinopoulou, Pepe Rubio Larrauri, Evi Lemberger, Asmita Parelkar, Benjamin Petit,
The photo editors: Anna Bianchi, Doreen Blaffert, Carmen Brunner, Suzanne Coleman, Christine Gundelach, Josephine Kaatz, Antonia Kausch, Susanne Lindner, Thomas Ludwig, Ingmar Nehls, Carla Rosorius, Frauke Schnoor
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Head of the photo editors' program at Ostkreuzschule fuer Fotografie. The photo editors’ class 2011/2012 published the book "New York Edited. Twelve Stories from the City"