This is a special edition hardcover photobook featuring the early works of Masao Gozu.
In “Windows”, the series Gozu began shooting shortly after moving to Brooklyn in 1971, Gozu photographed the people in New York’s immigrant quarters as they looked out of their apartment windows at a passing parade. The two other series included in the book are also portrayals of life in downtown 1970’s New York: in “264 Bowery Street” Gozu repeatedly shot a doorstep and the people using it as a resting stop over several months and even years while the “Harry’s Bar” series shows glass windows of a bar and the guests sitting behind them.

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