About NYC LIMITED EDITION
NYC Limited Edition Is: "Dreams, Passion, Feelings, Time, Motion, Beauty..." It is an "emotional path experienced" through the photography. NYC Limited Edition offering interesting signed limited edition art of New York City. It is committed to providing corporate, private and investment collectors a beautiful selection of modern art. It is committed to providing corporate, private and investment collectors a beautiful selection of modern art. The gallery is a long term ongoing project with new works being added over time.
Paolo Goltara is the Founder & Creator of NYC Limited Edition.
Paolo was born in Italy. He attended the European Institute of Design in Rome where he majored in Photography. After a brief experience as a photoreporter for the Italian Navy, his career in photography began as a fashion photographer collaborating with prestigious fashion magazines in Europe as Marie Claire, Elle, Cosmopolitan.
He presently lives in New York City. He say’s “ New York affords me the best opportunity to explore my love of photography in all it’s many forms. Dreams, Passion, Feelings, Time, Motion, Beauty... are the main elements at base of my artworks and of course at base of New York City life”.
With his fine art photography , he is trying to show the beauty and the energy that revolves around New York City, from a fresh new perspective.
Limited edition print means just that - once the edition has sold out no more prints will be produced.
NYC Limited Edition archival prints are granted with a Certificate of Authenticity. Each is titled, signed and numbered.
All our prints are professionally packaged with the utmost care.
fine art photography
“Fine art photography” is basically speculative work created without any restrictions or client influence. The imagery is far more revealing of the photographer’s personality than other types of photography.
It is photography with fewer aesthetic restrictions which allows unlimited freedom to pursue unique visual expressions and ideas.
It’s personal work that’s intended for galleries, museums or collectors.