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"Tiny and Pat, along the road," 1993, is reproduced from

Mary Ellen Mark: Tiny, Streetwise Revisited

"Streetwise was about the street children of Seattle in 1983," Mary Ellen Mark wrote in her endnotes to this new, updated edition spanning 30 years in her protagonist's life. "This new book begins with those children, and then focuses on Tiny (Erin, as she's now called by almost everyone but me and Martin), and her life since then. Now, more than 30 years later, the book is more about one family (her family) and its survival against very difficult odds. In my work as a photographer I've always liked to return—to the same street, to the same people. The stories I've photographed are open-ended. With certain people, and certainly with Tiny, each time I return, I pick up my camera and it's as if I never left. I remember every detail from the first time I saw Tiny and photographed her. She was so striking and candid. The camera was meant for her and I knew it immediately. She was a star." Featured image captures Tiny with her mother, Pat, in 1993.

Mary Ellen Mark: Tiny, Streetwise Revisited

Mary Ellen Mark: Tiny, Streetwise Revisited

Hbk, 10 x 12 in. / 176 pgs / 145 duotone.

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