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A great photo essay from this week’s Newsweek International.
Photographers Gaia Light and Alessandro Cosmelli moved to Brooklyn from Italy in 2007, immersing themself in the American experience by traveling through the city by bus. In the summer of 2010, inspired by Robert Frank’s From the Bus, New York, the team embarked upon Brooklyn Buzz, a photographic series looking out from the windows of mass transit to embrace a gritty yet vibrant neighborhood, and a renewed expression of the American Dream.
To see more from the series visit NEWSWEEK.
The book, Brooklyn Buzz, is available for purchase through the publisher, Damiani.
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BEAUTIFUL BROOKLYN
A great photo essay from this week’s Newsweek International.
Photographers Gaia Light and Alessandro Cosmelli moved to Brooklyn from Italy in 2007, immersing themself in the American experience by traveling through the city by bus. In the summer of 2010, inspired by Robert Frank’s From the Bus, New York, the team embarked upon Brooklyn Buzz, a photographic series looking out from the windows of mass transit to embrace a gritty yet vibrant neighborhood, and a renewed expression of the American Dream.
To see more from the series visit NEWSWEEK.
The book, Brooklyn Buzz, is available for purchase through the publisher, Damiani.
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BEAUTIFUL BROOKLYN
A great photo essay from this week’s Newsweek International.
Photographers Gaia Light and Alessandro Cosmelli moved to Brooklyn from Italy in 2007, immersing themself in the American experience by traveling through the city by bus. In the summer of 2010, inspired by Robert Frank’s From the Bus, New York, the team embarked upon Brooklyn Buzz, a photographic series looking out from the windows of mass transit to embrace a gritty yet vibrant neighborhood, and a renewed expression of the American Dream.
To see more from the series visit NEWSWEEK.
The book, Brooklyn Buzz, is available for purchase through the publisher, Damiani.
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BEAUTIFUL BROOKLYN
A great photo essay from this week’s Newsweek International.
Photographers Gaia Light and Alessandro Cosmelli moved to Brooklyn from Italy in 2007, immersing themself in the American experience by traveling through the city by bus. In the summer of 2010, inspired by Robert Frank’s From the Bus, New York, the team embarked upon Brooklyn Buzz, a photographic series looking out from the windows of mass transit to embrace a gritty yet vibrant neighborhood, and a renewed expression of the American Dream.
To see more from the series visit NEWSWEEK.
The book, Brooklyn Buzz, is available for purchase through the publisher, Damiani.
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BEAUTIFUL BROOKLYN
A great photo essay from this week’s Newsweek International.
Photographers Gaia Light and Alessandro Cosmelli moved to Brooklyn from Italy in 2007, immersing themself in the American experience by traveling through the city by bus. In the summer of 2010, inspired by Robert Frank’s From the Bus, New York, the team embarked upon Brooklyn Buzz, a photographic series looking out from the windows of mass transit to embrace a gritty yet vibrant neighborhood, and a renewed expression of the American Dream.
To see more from the series visit NEWSWEEK.
The book, Brooklyn Buzz, is available for purchase through the publisher, Damiani.
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BEAUTIFUL BROOKLYN
A great photo essay from this week’s Newsweek International.
Photographers Gaia Light and Alessandro Cosmelli moved to Brooklyn from Italy in 2007, immersing themself in the American experience by traveling through the city by bus. In the summer of 2010, inspired by Robert Frank’s From the Bus, New York, the team embarked upon Brooklyn Buzz, a photographic series looking out from the windows of mass transit to embrace a gritty yet vibrant neighborhood, and a renewed expression of the American Dream.
To see more from the series visit NEWSWEEK.
The book, Brooklyn Buzz, is available for purchase through the publisher, Damiani.
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BEAUTIFUL BROOKLYN
A great photo essay from this week’s Newsweek International.
Photographers Gaia Light and Alessandro Cosmelli moved to Brooklyn from Italy in 2007, immersing themself in the American experience by traveling through the city by bus. In the summer of 2010, inspired by Robert Frank’s From the Bus, New York, the team embarked upon Brooklyn Buzz, a photographic series looking out from the windows of mass transit to embrace a gritty yet vibrant neighborhood, and a renewed expression of the American Dream.
To see more from the series visit NEWSWEEK.
The book, Brooklyn Buzz, is available for purchase through the publisher, Damiani.
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BEAUTIFUL BROOKLYN
A great photo essay from this week’s Newsweek International.
Photographers Gaia Light and Alessandro Cosmelli moved to Brooklyn from Italy in 2007, immersing themself in the American experience by traveling through the city by bus. In the summer of 2010, inspired by Robert Frank’s From the Bus, New York, the team embarked upon Brooklyn Buzz, a photographic series looking out from the windows of mass transit to embrace a gritty yet vibrant neighborhood, and a renewed expression of the American Dream.
To see more from the series visit NEWSWEEK.
The book, Brooklyn Buzz, is available for purchase through the publisher, Damiani.
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BEAUTIFUL BROOKLYN
A great photo essay from this week’s Newsweek International.
Photographers Gaia Light and Alessandro Cosmelli moved to Brooklyn from Italy in 2007, immersing themself in the American experience by traveling through the city by bus. In the summer of 2010, inspired by Robert Frank’s From the Bus, New York, the team embarked upon Brooklyn Buzz, a photographic series looking out from the windows of mass transit to embrace a gritty yet vibrant neighborhood, and a renewed expression of the American Dream.
To see more from the series visit NEWSWEEK.
The book, Brooklyn Buzz, is available for purchase through the publisher, Damiani.
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BEAUTIFUL BROOKLYN
A great photo essay from this week’s Newsweek International.
Photographers Gaia Light and Alessandro Cosmelli moved to Brooklyn from Italy in 2007, immersing themself in the American experience by traveling through the city by bus. In the summer of 2010, inspired by Robert Frank’s From the Bus, New York, the team embarked upon Brooklyn Buzz, a photographic series looking out from the windows of mass transit to embrace a gritty yet vibrant neighborhood, and a renewed expression of the American Dream.
To see more from the series visit NEWSWEEK.
The book, Brooklyn Buzz, is available for purchase through the publisher, Damiani.
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BEAUTIFUL BROOKLYN

A great photo essay from this week’s Newsweek International.

Photographers Gaia Light and Alessandro Cosmelli moved to Brooklyn from Italy in 2007, immersing themself in the American experience by traveling through the city by bus. In the summer of 2010, inspired by Robert Frank’s From the Bus, New York, the team embarked upon Brooklyn Buzz, a photographic series looking out from the windows of mass transit to embrace a gritty yet vibrant neighborhood, and a renewed expression of the American Dream.

To see more from the series visit NEWSWEEK.

The book, Brooklyn Buzz, is available for purchase through the publisher, Damiani.