Title: Lyle Ashton Harris
Publisher: Gregory R. Miller & Co
Publication Date: 2004
Signed: Signed by Author(s)
4to. minor age darkening at the extremities else a fine bright copy. Signed on the title page by both Harris and Smith. Bookseller Inventory # 43845
Synopsis: Known for self-portraits which explore issues of performance, identity, family, gender, masculinity and race, Lyle Ashton Harris here presents a new series featuring himself in a variety of loaded guises: Billie Holiday, Josephine Baker and the "Boxer." Anna Deavere Smith's essay powerfully explores her relationship to the photographs and the artist.
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