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The Eyes of the City, by Richard Sandler @ NYJB

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“The Eyes of the City invites an unhurried view, seducing the eye to linger over the images, letting stories come to life in the mind.”

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Morbid Curiosities: Collections of the Uncommon and the Bizarre, by Paul Gambino @ NYJB

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“Morbid Curiosities” by Paul Gambino is highly recommended for its lurid yet tasteful exploration of an otherwise ignored subculture of collecting.”

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Black Beauties: Iconic Cars Photographed by Rene Staud, by Rene Staud @ NYJB

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“Black Beauties” by Rene Staud is “[a] stylish and intelligent discussion of the intersection of transportation, aesthetics, and meaning.”

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Mary Ellen Mark: Tiny, Streetwise Revisited, by Isabelle Allende and others

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In “Tiny: Streetwise Revisited,” the photographer Mary Ellen Mark chronicles the life of “Tiny” (Erin Charles), a street kid from Seattle.

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Hunting with Eagles: In the Realm of the Mongolian Kazakhs by Palani Mohan @ NYJB

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“Hunting with Eagles” by Palani Mohan offers a rare glimpse into a vanishing way of life captured by a photojournalist nomad.

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American Odd: California Crazy and Beyond: Roadside Vernacular Architecture, by Jim Heimann

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I continue my essay series, American Odd, with a look at the history of the American roadside attraction in Jim Heimann’s classic California Crazy and Beyond: Roadside Vernacular Architecture.

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CCLaP Journal #5 is here!

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The CCLaP Journal #5 is finally out! Get your copy today! The issue includes an interview with Joe Meno, photography features, numerous book reviews, original short fiction by CCLaP authors, and no ads!

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CCLaP Journal #4 is here!

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At a reduced price, CCLaP Journal #4 has great reviews, featured photographers, and an interview with Cory Doctorow.

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CCLaP Fridays: Tim Walker: Story Teller, by Tim Walker

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This week at CCLaP, I review “Tim Walker: Story Teller” by Tim Walker, a photography collection for fans of high fashion, fairy tales, and steampunk.

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CCLaP Fridays: On Being Human: Venus in Furs, by Leopold von Sacher-Masoch

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Today in CCLaP’s “On Being Human,” Karl Wolff’s look at humanity as explained through various famous pieces of pop culture: It’s Leopold von Sacher-Masoch’s infamous “Venus in Furs,” the 1870 book that inspired the sexual term ‘masochism.’

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