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Gaia Musacchio | Boys in the Cut

New York City, USA – June 2012. Early morning in Chelsea Pier

In the cut: An area that no one knows about. Every skater should skate New York City at least once in their lives: no other city in the world feels like New York for skating. Boys in the cut is a project started in New York in june 2012. I spent a week documenting some of the spots that the city offers to analyze the relationship between those kind of architectures and the urban landscape.
I was in contact with some of the guys who used to skate in those places and I wanted to point up the fact that skating is not just a casual hobby but it becomes a real lifestyle.
This project talks about the relationship between skaters, their boards and the urban spaces and it explores the concept of passion.

New York City, USA – June 2012. Esteban in McCarren Park

New York City, USA – June 2012. Empty McCarren Park

New York City, USA – June 2012. Architectural shape

New York City, USA – June 2012. The boys in Williamsburg

New York City, USA – June 2012. Dwaynne skating his board

New York City, USA – June 2012. Shapes in Tribeca Skate Plaza

New York City, USA – June 2012. Standing boy in McCarren Park

New York City, USA – June 2012. Chelsea Pier’s bowl

New York City, USA – June 2012. Tony in Chelsea Pier’s bowl

GaiaMusacchioGaia Musacchio (www.gaiamusacchio.com) 1988, is an italian photographer. After her graduation at the IUAV of Venice with a degree in Architecture, she moved to New York. Gaia focuses her research on conceptual landscape photography and architecture photography. Now is based in Italy.
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