More than 100 designer costumes from the New York City Ballet are featured in a new book photographed by Pari Dukovic.
As a boy of 8, Pari Dukovic would pick up his camera, a gift from his father, and explore his native Istanbul. He learned to station himself on the street corners, hoping for just the right light to show off the city at its most shimmering. Soon enough, he was turning his lens on people.
“I was looking at an unchoreographed scenario,” Mr. Dukovic said, “anticipating what would happen and reacting quickly to capture the person who entered the stage.”
We were chatting on Zoom, he from his studio near Hudson
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