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CORY REYNOLDS | DATE 1/1/2023

Happy New Year… and many happy returns!

Featured image is reproduced from The Unseen Saul Leiter—a labor of love that we are very proud to have published, drawn from the astonishing, overwhelming and previously unarchived, unpublished slide archive of the Saul Leiter Foundation. As we leave the year 2022 behind us (maybe more readily than we would have liked) and move with great optimism into 2023, we find inspiration in this anecdote from Saul Leiter Foundation director Margit Erb's essay. "Early one morning, around the time I was writing this text, I had a dream about Saul. I have had many recurring dreams since he passed, and not all of them good. Some of them are full of anxiety-provoking events, like his studio is full of water and his belongings are floating up to my chin while I frantically try to rescue everything. Or he has returned to the studio and really hates the clean windows, and then he starts packing everything up in a fury. But in this particular dream I see Saul, and I am falling over in my own tears, in happiness that he's back on the planet. My heart bursts with joy. We pat each other on the shoulder and cry and laugh sweetly. We feel content and peaceful together. And then I remember the book—this very book! My joy turns to pure excitement. 'You have to see the incredible images we found for your new book,' I say. 'So many, you won't believe it. We're in the final stages of selecting. There's still time to choose. Will you take a look?' At that point in the dream Saul just shakes his head and smiles. 'No,' he says, 'that won't be necessary. Surprise me.'"

The Unseen Saul Leiter

The Unseen Saul Leiter

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