Larry Clark: Tulsa (First Edition)
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Tulsa. Photographs by Larry Clark. Lustrum Press, 1971. Unpaginated. Quarto. First edition. Softbound (the first edition of Tulsa was issued only in softbound). Quarto. Black-and-white reproductions.

"Tulsa remains Clark's most visceral book, an insider's view of a period in the mid-1960s when he was a teenager living what he calls, without irony, "the outlaw life" – shooting up speed, having sex with his strung-out girlfriends and hanging out with his gun-toting junkie friends. Sex, drugs and violence were captured in a raw, grainy monochrome that defined the raw confessional style adopted later by Nan Goldin, Corinne Day and Antoine D'Agata. But Clark went there first, and Tulsa remains a template for all that followed, a blurring of the lines between voyeurism and intimate reportage, between honesty and exploitation."--Sean O'Hagan: Larry Clark's photographs: 'Once the needle goes in, it never comes out'

About Near Fine; slight age-darkening and wear to edges; light spine creasing; small area of abrasion on rear cover.
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