TRIBECA 9/11/01-9/11/11

Photographs & text by Donna Ferrato. Designed by Alessandro Russino. Mise en page by Adriana Teresa. Printed in Italy by Grafiche dell’Artiere. Hardcover, 9×13 in. 95 pages. 2 four-color images, 64 black-and-white duotone images. ©2011

For ten years after the attack on the World Trade Center, Donna Ferrato has photographed the healing and the rebirth of Tribeca, New York City’s most historic neighborhood.

“Donna Ferrato miraculously manages to capture TriBeCa from two completely distinct points of view at the same time: She can stand at a distance with the objective eye of a compassionate, awestruck outsider as well as take us inside the heart of our big city hamlet with the love and care that only a native could possibly possess. She has the ability to artfully merge these seemingly opposing vantage points into one singular, truthful, and gracefully beautiful vision.”
— Michael Imperioli

Also available in a limited edition of 50. Signed by Donna Ferrato and complete with a slipcover and 11×14 archival silver-gelatin print of “Ladder House 8.” $895.00. 
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Donna Ferrato Photography

Donna Ferrato. Photographer, activist, photojournalist. Living with the Enemy, Love & Lust, TriBeCa, Erotic Eye, Workshops, New York City based.
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