New York Serenade by Michele PrimiNew York Serenade by Michele Primi

New York Serenade

Text byMichele PrimiPhotographed byCiro Frank Schiappa

Hardcover | February 21, 2017

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New York Serenade is homage to the city of New York.
 
The project consists of fifty pictures that share stories we believe are relevant to describe the continuous changing of the historical sites, the urban landscape, and the different forms of art that the city itself produced over the years. Featuring historical places that have been fundamental in the history of New York’s music scene and no longer exist; streets, buildings, and boroughs described in their work by great New York artists; and places where everything started or everything happened for the city’s most representative artists. Our aim is to write a story about history, art, music, and New York City, and create a journey through this tradition, around historical places that are holding memories of the past while the future is written somewhere else.
Ciro Frank Schiappa is a photographer. His photographs have been featured in numerous solo and group exhibitions. Michele Primi is a journalist at Rolling Stone and a writer.
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Title:New York SerenadeFormat:HardcoverDimensions:120 pages, 12.1 × 9.68 × 0.68 inPublished:February 21, 2017Publisher:RizzoliLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:8857232506

ISBN - 13:9788857232508

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"Our aim is to write a story about history, art, music, and New York City, and create a journey through this tradition, around historical places that are holding memories of the past while the future is written somewhere else."—IdentityTheory.com "An incredible ode to the Big Apple, NEW YORK SERENADE documents geographic sites that hold significance in the city’s musical history, such as a Harlem intersection visited and then sung about by Lou Reed, the building featured on the cover of Led Zep’s Physical Graffiti, and the world famous Apollo Theatre."—Typo-Graphical.com "In New York Serenade... [the authors] scour the city to remind us of our musical history."—Manhattan Modern Luxury