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Union City: The Body Builder Pub. 1960. Magazine. 52p. including covers, 8.5x11 inches, illustrated with b&w physique photos of young, athletic men, photographed by top photographers, light wear, year marked in ink on cover, otherwise good men's magazine in stapled pictorial wraps. More Steve Reeves.
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.....
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.
Berkeley: University of California Press, 2000. Hardcover. xv, 167p., introduction, notes, bibliography, index, illustrated with b&w and color plate reproductions of Eakins works, previous owner pasted trade paperback covers to endpapers (quite neatly) otherwise good first edition in green cloth boards and gilt. Men and Masculinity Series #6, Michael Kimmel.....
Cologne: Taschen, 1999. Hardcover. 175p., 8x15.5 inches, texts in French, German and English, profusely illusustrated with Bidgood's homoerotic color photography, lovely naked young men in highly fanciful settings, Pink Narcissus, Apache, Huck Finn etc., near fine first edition in pink boards and unclipped dj.
New York: Amethyst Press, 1991. Paperback. [64p] 9.5x12.5 inches,(62p. of the photographer's homoerotic b&w nature shots) very good first edition oversized slim trade paperback in white pictorial wraps. Imagine Ansel Adams embracing his gay side! An Italian photographer and his model on the Canary Islands.
Claremont, CA: Pinecone Press, 1991. Hardcover. 9x12 inches,124 full-page b&w nude male photographs, signed by Carlquist on the title page, very good limited first edition one of 2,000 copies in cloth boards. Missing the dust jacket. Clearly influenced by the Western Photography Guild approach almost half a century earlier...