New York Living Rooms

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Overlook Press, 1998 - Architecture - 114 pages
Using the remaining available stock of the discontinued Polaroid Colorgraph type 691 film, Dominique Nabokov has, over the last several years, photographed the extraordinarily varied living rooms of celebrated New Yorkers. The effect is satisfyingly voyeuristic; the stillness of the living rooms without their inhabitants is both unsettling and thrilling. Some of these riveting images first appeared to wide acclaim in a "New Yorker" photo essay. In this book, she expands this unique series by including over 70 living rooms of well-known New Yorkers.

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About the author (1998)

Dominique Nabokov works in the United States and in Europe. Her first photograph for "The New York Review of Books "appeared in 1984. Since then, her photographs have appeared regularly in its pages. Her work, both portraiture and reportage, has also appeared in "The" "New Yorker,"" Vogue,"" Vanity Fair,"" L'Express,"" Le Nouvel Observateur,"" Le Monde,"" Lib?ration,"" Die Zeit,"" Interview,"" AD France,"" Nest,"" "and many other publications. She has published two books of photographs, "New York Living Rooms "and "Paris Living Rooms,

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