Cologne: Benedikt Taschen Verlag, 1992. Paperback. 80p., 9x12 inches, profusely illustrated with b&w and color plates, very good first edition paperback in pictorial Santa wraps. Note, there are at least two different covers for this ISBN. Our copy shows a typical Tom character in a Christmas style robe/cap.
New York: The New Press/The Museum of the City of New York, 1997. Hardcover. 399p., 9.25x12.25 inches, foreword, introduction, catalogue, illustrated with b&w photos, 307 duotones, and plans, very good first edition in cloth and price-clipped dj. Man Ray's assistant who, with the help of the WPA, documented the changing...
Los Angeles: MOCA/Museum of Contemporary Art, LA, 1998. Paperback. 64p., 7.75x8.75 inches, essay by Butler, b&w and color plates; two corner-tips are minutely turned, else very good trade paperback catalogue of the exhibition in white pictorial frenchfold wraps. Adler's process involves manipulation of photographs in Photoshop until they look like...
Tübingen: Verlag Claudia Gehrke, 1993. Paperback. Unpaginated, 8.25x10.25 inches, text in German, profusely illustrated with Alexandre's b&w photos, worn first edition oversized trade paperback in pictorial wraps. With sections on both gay and lesbian sexuality, and on crossdressing/transsexuality.
San Francisco: Self-published by the author, no date. 11 b&w photos and two pages of curriculum vitae, 8x8 inches, self-printed on laserjet and bound copyshop style, spiral binding and printed gray card stock covers. San Francisco portraiture, street photos, LGBTQ, Asian American, African American and Chicano subjects.
Danbury: Addison House, 1976. Hardcover. 130p., 10.75x11.75 inches, pink endpapers, foreword, introduction, interviews with strippers and others, 73 b&w photos, lighlty-used first edition in decorated black cloth boards and price-clipped dj. The Combat Zone red light district in Boston of the 1970s.
no place: no publisher, no date. Fourteen 8.5x11 inch reproductions of erotic drawings stapled at upper-left corner, title Arab Atrocities on cover drawing, no text. no artist signature found, very mild toning to front cover drawing and rear of final drawing otherwise very good on heavy stock. An erotic encounter...
San Francisco: Muso Press, 1987. 63p.,8.5x11 inches, introduction, monograph of b&w photos, inscribed and signed, very good first edition slim trade paperback in white pictorial wraps. Photo-meditations on the abandoned coastal fortifications south of the golden gate. Personally inscribed to Bay Area photographer Jack Welpott and signed.
Winnepeg: Winnepeg Art Gallery, 1998. Magazine. 24p., 8.25x9.5 inches, introduction, autobiographical sketch, illustrated with b&w and color reproductions accompanied by descriptions and commentary on the pieces by the artist, checklist, CV, very good catalog of the exhibition in stapled pictorial wraps.
New York: Forum Gallery, 2002. Paperback. [32p.] 10x10 inches, introduction, color plates including one fold-out plate, hyper-realistic transgressive figurative art exhibition, fine in original blue-gray wraps. The subjects are mostly goth-punk-transgressive kids with body-modifications and inks.
Madison: Terrace Books/University of Wisconsin Press, 2005. Hardcover. xv, 75p., 10.25x10.25 inches, foreword, monograph of color photos of famous and infamous gay subjects at home on the range - or in the case of Bolerium favorite John Waters; at home on derange! - fine first edition in cloth boards and...
San Francisco: Bastard Books, 1996. Hardcover. 96p., 8.5x11 inches, profusely illustrated with work by Jerome Caja in color and b&w, much of it playing with religious themes (ie, "Sacred Heart Circle Jerk"),very good first edition stated in pictorial boards. Text chronicles Jerome's lover's death (bone chips after cremation were used...
Ithaca: ILR Press, Cornell University, 2006. Paperback. xxiii, 235p., 11x8.5 inches landscsape format, forewords, biographies, historical sketches, commentary, illustrated with Bacon's b&w portraits and landscapes, very good first edition trade paperback in glossy black pictorial wraps.
New York: Hearst Books, 1996. Hardcover. unpaginated, 10.5x15 inches, monograph of b&w photos of royalty and celebrities (same things are they not?) very good first edition in pictorial boards and unclipped dj with crease along bottom edge of front panel, now protected in an archival-grade brodart.
New York: Bess Cutler Gallery, 1995. Folio containing 10 of the 11 prints + the cover sheet which represents all of the prints, missing only "Through and Through" and cover image "Tree of Knowledge" makes a 12th print, 15x21 inches, all very good on heavy stock, supposedly limited to 500...