Photographer Evan Joseph is one of NYC's most sought-after architectural photographers, shooting both iconic landmarks (the World Trade Center, the Chrysler Building) as well as the interiors of notable buildings around the city. But with a new exhibit, "The 'New' New York," debuting this week at the Venice Architecture Biennale, he's taking his images global.
The subject is, of course, still New York City, particularly the wave of new developments that Joseph has captured in his gig as a listings photographer for high-end developments. He's shot 1 Main Street (and its unsellable clocktower apartment), the Puck Penthouses, One57, and other ultra-luxury apartments, giving those of us who may never afford a million-dollar condo a peek inside those rarefied spaces.
For the exhibit, which will be up in Venice through November, Joseph collaborated with Camille Papale, a former Elliman exec who also worked with him on his recent book, New York From Above. They selected images that show off the new wave of luxury developments throughout the city—those mentioned above, along with pricey hotels like the Mark and the Langham—along with views that show how skyscrapers like One57 and 432 Park have altered the skyline. For those who can't travel to Venice, get a peek at some of those images below: