Cape Light. Foreword by Clifford Ackley. Interview by Bruce MacDonald. Museum of Fine Arts/NY Graphic Society, Boston, 1978. Unpaged. Quarto. SIGNED on half-title page. Clothbound in photo-illustrated dust jacket. 40 color reproductions. Includes exhibition checklist.
Near Fine in Near Fine price-clipped jacket; slight tilt to spine; boards yellowed; jacket shelf worn with 1" tear front panel of dust jacket.
St. Louis & The Arch. Photographs by Joel Meyerowitz. Preface by James N. Wood. New York Graphic Society and The St. Louis Art Museum, Boston and St. Louis, 1980. 111 pp. Quarto. First edition. SIGNED on half-title page. Cloth in photo-illustrated dustjacket. Color reproductions.
Near Fine+ in Near Fine+ price-clipped jacket; light wear to boards; jacket shelf worn and lightly abraded at extremities.
After working in black-and-white and with a hand-held camera for the early part of his career, Meyerowitz turned to view-camera color work, first producing Cape Light and then at the invitation of the St. Louis Art Museum, this environmental portrait of how Eero Saarinen's monumental arch changed the landscape and experience of the city.
Wild Flowers. Photographs & afterword by Joel Meyerowitz. A New York Graphic Society Book/ Little Brown and Company, Boston, 1983. First edition. Small oblong quarto. Cloth in photo-illustrated dustjacket. Clothbound in photo-illustrated dust jacket. 63 color reproductions. List of Plates.
Fine in Fine, price-clipped dust jacket
Flowers everywhere. Everywhere one expects to find them and many places one doesn't, ranging from the cover shot of a woman wearing a hat of flowers and veil with petals, to flower vases set out in the windows of a trailer, to a man in a checked suit with flower tatoos on his arms, to unusual interiors with flowered textiles.