Dawoud Bey Portraits 1975-1995.

Photographs by Dawoud Bey. Texts by Kellie Jones, A.D. Coleman, Jessica Hagedorn, and Jock Reynolds.
Walker Art Center, Minneapolis, 1995. 127 pp., numerous black-and-white and color illustrations, 8½x11".

Dawoud Bey has been making portraits of people for more than twenty years. He uses various Polaroid cameras, notably the 20x24 camera, which he employed for a recent project with teenagers. A pivotal figure in documenting African-Americans in New York City, Bey makes powerful intimate portraits which reach a masterful balance between formality and sponteneity.

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