Heat wave in NYC

Pictures from 1910-1915.
100 years later, I see the same scenes replayed everyday in my neighborhood. In our world of technology, Mother Nature still shows a strong hand...


"The moment when one thing turns into another is the most beautiful moment" Vik Muniz

Waste Land, a documentary from Vik Muniz, in NYC at IFC center for only a week...:


The Wild Horses of Sable Island

Roberto Dutesco presents a collection of pictures of the already quite famous wild Horses of Sable Island at 13 Crosby Street in Soho, NYC.

Roughly the length of Manhattan and the width of Central, Sable Island is a narrow Canadian sand bar situated in the Atlantic Ocean. In 2008, only 5 people were living on the island! The place is famous for having been the host of "The Perfect Storm" but also for its wildlife. The Wild Horses are now the only terrestrial Mammals on Sable Island. Since the 1960s the horse population has fluctuated between 175 and 450 individuals.

The pictures of the horses are amazing and represent a time period of 15 to 16 years of work... You can almost feel their fur and their breath... The exhibition is a place to visit if you are in the city!