Lou Reed's New York.
Photographs by Lou Reed.
Steidl / Edition 7L, Gottingen, 2006. 112 pp., 39 color and 47 b&w illustrations, 9x13½".
After his first book of photographs was published, Lou Reed told a journalist for The Independent on Sunday that, 'I live on intuition and taking pictures is intuitive.' Here, we see Lou Reed’s intuitive take on New York, the city that has been the fulcrum of his creative world for decades and with which he has become indelibly identified. We’ve heard about the streets and characters for so long through his words and music, and now we can see it through his eyes. Over 100 of Reed’s photographs comprise New York, an intimate view of what inspires him.
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