100 New York Photographers
by Cynthia Dantzic
An extensive review of the great range of contemporary New York photographers and their widely diverse, surprisingly divergent, images. It presents their subject matter and etheir very definitions of photography, darkroom and digital. Their photographs have been seen in publications, galleries and museums.
Posing Beauty: African American Images from the 1890s to the Present
by Deborah Willis
One of Jamel's most recent contributions was to Deborah Willis' "Posing Beauty: African American Images from the 1890's to the Present" It features the work of more than 100 photographers across various styles and social themes.
Here Is New York: A Democracy of Photographs
by Gilles Peress, Michael Shulan, Charles Traub,
and Alice Rose George
The slip-cased, 12" 8 1/4" book presents 720 color and 160 duotone (and mostly full-page) portraits of the city in crisis, with crisp printing and no captions. While many of the images may resemble those seen repeatedly over the past year, this assemblage feels direct without being voyeuristic.
Street Art, Street Life
by Lydia Yee, Katherine Bussard, Frazer Ward, and Whitney Rugg
"Street Art, Street Life" examines the street as subject matter, venue and source of inspiration for contemporary artists and photographers from the late 1950s to the present. This unique volume includes street photography; documentation of performance, events and artworks presented in the street as well as works using material from the street and examples of street culture.