Tulsa. Photographs by Larry Clark. First hardbound edition (first published in wrappers by Lustrum Press in 1971; though still dated 1971, this hardbound edition was self-published by Clark in 1979). Quarto. Unpaged. SIGNED on title page. Clothbound in photo-illustrated dust jacket. Black-and-white reproductions
So familiar by now, yet it's influence cannot be understated! "The initial shock of Tulsa was that it was photographed from inside the story, and this changed everything. It created the possibility of a thoroughly implicated self-consciousness in documentary, a way to collapse the distance and include the observer all the way in, till death do us part, and it worked because of the mysterious and undeniable relation between photographs and death..." David Levi Strauss in Roth, et. al., The Book of 101 Books.
Fine- in Near Fine dust jacket; fading to board extremities; jacket lightly edge work with a few tiny edge tears, some with taped repairs (none larger than 1/2")