Brooklyn Gang, Summer 1959. Photographs by Bruce Davidson. Twin Palms Publishers, Santa Fe, 1998. 96 pp. Large quarto. Limited edition of 150 SIGNED and numbered copies. This copy additionally SIGNED on the colophon page by Twin Palms publisher & designer Jack Woody. Clothound in photo-illustrated dust jacket. 67 sheet-fed gravure reproductions. Cloth slipcase.
"Alongside Ed van der Elsken's 1956 work Love On the Left Bank, an altogether more staged kind of social document, Brooklyn Gang stands as one of the first in-depth photographic records of rebellious postwar youth culture...Davidson's black-and-white images are cool and evocative, imbued with a sense of time and place that is palpable...Behind the cool facade, though, lay a world of trouble that began to engulf the Jokers as Davidson trailed them...."--From Sean O'Hagan's review, "Joker in the pack: Bruce Davidson's photographs of a Brooklyn gang," The Guardian, 21 June 2010.
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