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Featured image is reproduced from

Andrew Savulich: The City

"Man falls between subway cars," "People watching jumper on hotel roof," "Woman with cat escaping 4 alarm fire" and "Youth shot in subway for dissing – staring too long" are just a few of the captions to New York Daily News staff photographer Andrew Savulich's Times Square photographs from the 1980s and 90s. His new book, Andrew Savulich: The City, printed in glorious tritone by the brilliant artist-technicians at Steidl, is certainly the most beautifully produced crime photography book of recent memory, as well as a critic's pick at The New York Times. Essayist Brendan Bernhard writes, "For over fifteen years, Andrew Savulich parked his battered '67 Dodge Coronet on the edge of New York's Times Square, waiting for something to happen—preferably something disastrous. As anyone familiar with his work can tell you, he has not waited in vain. A street photographer, Savuich is also a practitioner of what is known in the trade as 'spot news'—capturing the daily dose of real-life madness, murder, mayhem and sheer weirdness that sells newspapers and fuels a growing number of tabloid television shows." Featured photograph, taken in 1984, is captioned: "Citizens' arrest of alleged pickpocket."

Andrew Savulich: The City

Andrew Savulich: The City

Clth, 11 x 11.75 in. / 160 pgs / illustrated throughout.

$45.00  free shipping

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