New York: Capital of Photography.
Numerous contributing photographers. Text by Max Kozloff.
Yale University Press, New Haven, 2002. 208 pp., 114 duotone and 17 color illustrations, 9x12".
Arguing that modernity was essentially defined by photographers working in New York City&8212;beginning with Stieglitz at the dawn of the 20th century up to Nan Goldin and Larry Fink at the end of it&8212;Kozloff also examines the fact that many of them were Jewish.
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