As I See It.

Text by Elton John and John Hurt. Photographs by Greg Gorman.
powerHouse Books, New York, 2000. 288 pp., 212 duotone illustrations, 7½x10".

This handsome book features internationally known photographer Greg Gorman's most personal work of his career: the male figure study. A modern interpretation of the idealized male form, Gorman photographed friends and models who exemplified to him the perfect male body--youthful, supple and supine, lithe and limber. "As I see it, they're not really boys, yet they're not really men. They are caught somewhere in between--almost at that point of maturity that defines masculinity."--the photographer.

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This handsome book features internationally known photographer Greg Gorman's most personal work of his career: the male figure study. A modern interpretation of the idealized male form, Gorman photographed friends and models who exemplified to him the perfect male body--youthful, supple and supine, lithe and limber. "As I see it, they're not really boys, yet they're not really men. They are caught somewhere in between--almost at that point of maturity that defines masculinity."--the photographer. The Limited Edition is slip cased and limited to an edition of 80. It comes with a signed silver gelatin print.

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