In this small book are some of the most beguiling and intriguing photographs of New York City ever taken. Tamas Revesz is a prominent Hungarian photographer who recently moved to the United States. With a photographic eye not unlike his fellow countryman Andre Kertesz, he captures the essence of the city in an oblique and often surprising way. Whether depicting a scene outside the Metropolitan Museum (as seen from the inside) or the towers of the World Trade Center, seen almost coincidentally in the background of a picture that seems to be about something else, the poetry and charm of these images will speak to New Yorkers and visitors alike. 60 duotone photographs.