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New York - New York
by Piero Armenti The tale of an Italian in New York.
Originally from Bari and Salerno, after finishing his studies and living in various foreign countries, he moved to the Big Apple where he successfully set up “il mio viaggio a New York” (my trip to New York), a business offering original tours of the city.
“I think New York is the homeland of every emigrant. Here everything can be transformed into a fantastic experience... between a dream and reality” November 2016
Unlike the usual image of the tourists' New York, Christina Figueroa, in 21 pictures, shows the poetry of Brooklyn in the snow.
Whitened front doors, the charming streets of brownstone houses, scenes of daily life in the city covered in snow.
And Prospect Park transformed into a ski slope for adults and children February 2016
After her musical training in Bari, in the footsteps of the great Masters of the past, Laura Giannini found a fertile terrain for her professional development abroad.
“This city gives me the chance to meet and play with world-famous musicians” November 2015
by Giovanni De Benedictis Paola Bernardini, born in Barletta and a New Yorker by adoption, talks about her first short film, the winner of many awards, filmed entirely in Puglia.
“We feel let down by the fantasies that don’t come true. But with these disappointments you learn and grow” November 2015
In his photo feature dedicated to New York, Giovanni Ferente aims his lens at the magnificent architectural lines of the city that section the sky, integrating it with the urban landscape.
Having taken the snaps at various times of the day and night offers an intaglio of skies, skyscrapers and bridges a range of colors and moods July 2014
The city as told in the pictures taken by Christina Figueroa.
A few “classics”: from the Statue of Liberty to the Empire State Building, From Central Park to Brooklyn Bridge. And a medley of murals shot in Red Hook (Brooklyn), at one time New York’s biggest freight dock and now the new stronghold of young artists.
“The murals you see in Red Hook –says Figueroa – are artistic, political and poetic” June 2014