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New York Night 19 - Photograph by Stéphane Loeber-bottero

New York Night 19
New York Night 19
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Description of the photograph

For several years, Loeber-Bottero has traveled the New York labyrinths to build a nocturnal vision of New York, an active and flamboyant megalopolis par excellence. His photographs, made in the middle of the night, magnify an urban life where characters and circumstances come to script his visions in a contemporary and cinematographic perspective. They invite us to meet a fantasized, dreamy, sublimated New York. Progressively carried away in the effervescence and the lights of New York, our glance is intrigued and exacerbated.


Keywords used by Stéphane Loeber-bottero to describe this photograph: newyork, america, america, american, lights, signs, movement, illumination, flamboyance, illuminated, dark, night, night, mystery, poetry, secret, architecture, building, facade, wall, window, glass door, perspective, travel, rustling, active, urban, life, skyscrapers, empire, reflections, reflection, vibration, multicolored


This art photograph was made with a digital camera. This print is labeled 1 in a limited edition of 30 copies worldwide in all formats. This art photography is available in various sizes and finishes.

Frames information

Frame sizes
Frames size
Small27x20, 30x20, 30x24
Medium34x34, 45x34, 45x36, 51x34
Large47x47, 63x47, 70x47
Frame details
  • Three sizes available: 30x40, 50x60 and 60x80
  • Each frame is aluminium (best quality) or wood
  • A blank mat is always present to frame the photo
  • Frame covered with a glass to protect the photograph

Stéphane Loeber-bottero

Suresnes (paris), France

Biographical references: Engineer training, work on the light, the architecture,...

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