(MITCH EPSTEIN; JOEL MEYEROWITZ; JOHN PFAHL, et alia) A portfolio entitled The New Color, 10 American Photographers. With 10 (of 10) photographs by American practitioners using color in the 1970s, including Michael Bishop, Joyce Culver, Mitch Epstein, Len Jenshel, Barbara Karant, Joe Maloney, Roger Mertin, Joel Meyerowitz, John Pfahl, and Bill Ravanesi. Chromogenic prints, the images measuring approximately 9 1/2x12 1/4 to 15x19 inches (24.1x31.1 to 38.1x48.3 cm.), each with the photographer's signature, in ink, on recto or verso, and some with title, date, and edition notation 43/50; each individually matted. Elephant folio-sized blue cloth clamshell box; the colophon with the edition notation 43, in pencil; contents loose as issued. ONE OF AN EDITION OF 50 COPIES. New York: Abbeville Press, 1977-79; printed 1981
Mitch Epstein, Joan of Arc Monument, NYC, 1978 Michael Bishop, Untitled (red fence), 1979 Joyce Culver, Two Mailboxes, Boca Raton, Florida, 1978 Len Jenshel, So. San Francisco, CA, 1978 Barbara Karant, Untitled (plants over bed), 1978 Joe Maloney, Rt. 80, Pa., 1979 Roger Mertin, Rochester, NY, 1979 Joel Meyerowitz, Untitled (Porch, Provincetown), 1981 John Pfahl, Untitled (women's port-a-potty), nd Bill Ravanesi, Untitled (group in yellow rain coats), nd.