The Beat of New York: A City in Constant Motion

The Beat of New York: A City in Constant Motion

The Beat of New York is a remarkable short film by Thomas Noesner from the production company Stereoscreen, with a soundtrack by Tussaint (which is a remix of a beat created by a subway drummer).  The film makes a fast-paced trip through Midtown, SoHo, the bridges, the subway, Riverside Park and 42nd Street.  It pays close attention to all the people, great and small, who are seen around the city on a daily basis.  The film’s pace of constant motion really captures the feeling of living in a city that’s always in a state of continuous change.

The Beat of New York: A City in Constant Motion

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America in Color: A Showcase of American Society

America in Color: A Showcase of American Society

Photography by:  Constantine Manos, NYC

American Color is a collection photographs by Constantine Manos, superb color photographs that capture the attitudes and expressions of all types of Americans as they interact in public, from Venice Beach to Atlantic City to New Orleans during Mardi Gras.  The series presents a kaleidoscopic view of American culture, which charms, humors, mystifies and astonishes, while asking questions without giving ready answers.

American Color: A Showcase of American Society

Slide Show: America in Color/A Showcase of American Society

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