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All-American V : Is Love Enough

Bruce Weber

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ISBN 10: 0970574592 / ISBN 13: 9780970574596
Published by Little Bear Press, New York, 2005
Condition: Very Good Soft cover
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Title: All-American V : Is Love Enough

Publisher: Little Bear Press, New York

Publication Date: 2005

Binding: Soft cover

Book Condition:Very Good

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All-American V: Is Love Enough? is the latest installment in a series of limited edition art and literary journals created and published by Bruce Weber and Nan Bush. The goal of this Series is to celebrate the work of artists, essayists, photographers, poets and individuals who stand out as compelling examples of the American cultural experience. The provocative question posed by the title of All-American V: Is Love Enough? frames this book's thematic exploration of human devotion in its many forms. The centerpiece of this year's volume is a chapter devoted to the US Marine Corp, featuring original photography taken by Bruce Weber on the base at Camp Pendleton and extensive profiles of Sgt. Nick Popaditch, a Marine wounded in Baghdad, and Cpl. Jeff Boskovitch, who was killed in action in Iraq. Weber's photographs also appear in a career-spanning photo-essay on the Reverend Billy Graham. Additional chapters are dedicated to Mississippi civil rights activist Winson Hudson, rodeo photographer Louise Serpa, pulp fiction master Mickey Spillane, American playwright Tennessee Williams and painter Fairfield Porter. In a romantic nod to its title, this year's volume also features exclusive Henry Grossman photographs from the first marriage of Elizabeth Taylor and Richard Burton. All-American V is larger than preceding issues by over 50 pages. The softcover book is linen bound, and contains 192 pages, with 60 full color plates, and 40 duotones, with many images spanning two pages.

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