Leiter Saul Auster Paul . It Don’t Mean a Thing

Date of Publication: November 2017 Size: 24.8 cm high x 18 cm wide (9.75 x 7 inches) Pages: 100 Images: 58 Binding: Exposed Swiss binding within soft cover in dust-jacket and belly band Languages: English and Japanese Edition Size: 500 regular edition copies (No special edition) Edited by Russet Lederman, Laurence Vecten and Yoko Sawada

Photographs by Saul Leiter with a Story by Paul Auster

It Don’t Mean a Thing is the second volume in The Gould Collection, a series of books that brings together contemporary photographers with short story and prose writers.
Volume two presents fifty-eight photographs by Saul Leiter with the story It Don’t Mean a Thing by Paul Auster. Black-and-white and color photographs by Leiter from 1947 through the 1970s—with many images never before published—are paired with Auster’s tale of interlinked life events and chance encounters. Reflections on New York City, its urban rhythm, people and places, feature prominently in both artists’ work and provide a unifying focus for the book.

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