wondered what it would feel like to be naked in the big city. So she embarked on a project of self-portraits in some unlikely public places.
For over two decades, Stephen Shames injected himself into the mean streets of the South Bronx and made pictures about the kind of life that he saw there— unflinching yet intimate, straight-shooting yet sensitive, objectively powerful but also full of personal emotion—this is a beautiful book.
Rare moments of privacy and isolation in urban environments that are usually crowded — street photography in Japan.
An exclusive, in-depth interview with, who discusses his prize-winning photo, the series that it came from as well as his inspiring philosophy of image-making.