Text by Robin Hemley.
New York, powerHouse Books, 2009.
88 pp., 236 four-color photographs, 8.5 x 12.25 inches.
$40.00 plus tax and shipping.
Limited to 1,500 copies.

Twirl / Run, the second powerHouse artist's book by Jeff Mermelstein, is a surprising combination of two extensive bodies of work -women twirling their hair and people on the run - whose dissonance creates a new way of observing our prevailing anxiety and sense of disorder.



Jouffroy, Alain
Paris: Delpire, 2006.
117pp., 82 tritone black and white illustrations, 10 x 11 inches.
$60.00 plus tax and shipping.
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All copies are signed, limited quantities available.

Guided by the adventurous formalism of Robert Frank and the Czech photographer, Josef Koudelka, Jehsong Baak has pushed beyond their legacy of powerful, wandering images, building his own lexicon of complex visual epiphanies, magical happenstance, and emotional synchronicity. These images, from Paris, Rome, Amsterdam, Chicago, and New York, are at once new and familiar, private and universal, inviting and dissociative. They envelope the viewer with poignancy intricately imbedded in images of strangers, friends and lovers and in self-portraits clearly steeped in personal histories.

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Edited by Robert Tow and Ricker Winsor.
Providence: Matrix Publications, Inc.
14 1/2 x 14 1/2 inches
$200.00 plus tax and shipping.

Bound in gray linen-covered boards with matching slipcase with a color photograph mounted to the front and titled in yellow. In good condition, slight fading to slipcover and binding of book.



Washington D.C.: Smithsonian Institution, National Museum of American Art, 1990. Anne Banks, Ed., foreword by Gordon Parks, introduction by Maricia Battle, text from Federal Writers' Project.
79 pages with 52 black and white plates.
7 7/8 x 8 1/8 x 1/4 inches.
12mo softbound paper covers with photographic cover.
$100.00 plus tax and shipping.

In good condition. Originally published as Harlem Document: Photographs 1932-1940 (1981).



New York: A Light Gallery Book, distributed by Farrar, Straus & Giroux, 1975. Text by Helen Gary Bishop. 93 pages with 84 black and white plates.
8 1/8 x 9 1/8 x 1/2 inches.
$1,000.00 plus tax and shipping.

8vo, dark grey linen over boards, with lettered in silver on cover and spine. With original pictorial dustjacket. In good condition.