Grim Street by Mark Cohen Interviews by Anne Wilkes Tucker, Thomas Southall Text by Joel-Peter Witkin
powerhouse Books, 2005 144 pages Hardcover
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Mark Cohen first came to the attention of the photography world in 1973 with a solo exhibition at the Museum of Modern Art, New York. This iconic show proved to the art world that Cohen was the heir apparent to the explosive street photography of the 60s. Now, after more than thirty years, Cohen’s complex and influential body of work is presented for the first time in Grim Street, an astonishing collection of Americana as original and effective as the work of Robert Frank, Garry Winogrand or Weegee.