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Greg Gorman premieres his newest book, As I See It, with a book signing and exhibition opening Friday, Nov. 3, 2000, 7-9 pm at Gallery Bershad, as a benefit for AIDS Action Committee (Boston).

Meet Greg in person and have him sign a copy of his new book.

"As I See It: They're not really boys, yet they're not really men.
They are caught somewhere in between -
almost at that point of maturity
that defines masculinity."

Internationally acclaimed photographer Greg Gorman has just completed his most personal work to date: the male figure study.  Twenty years inthe making, this epif artist's project features carefully selected young men, not big or overly built, who exemplify for Gorman a perfected state, allowing him to frame grace, beauty, and elegance in the form of the male nude.  Amongst the 212+ portraits are many of Gorman's friends, as well as professional models, many of whom had never posed nude before.  The cumulative effect of As I See It creates a pleasurable zone of contemplation, allowing one to reexamine the precepts of beauty within a refreshing framework of exalted maleness.

Greg Gorman's previous books include Inside Life (Rizzoli, 1997) and Volume II (Treville, 1992).  Gorman has taught at the Santa Fe, Toscana, and Albion River Inn Photographic Workshops.  A native of Kansas City, Gorman lives in Los Angeles.

Preface by Elton John
Afterword by John Hurt

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