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The Last Sunday in June (Anglais) Relié – 1 juin 2003


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Jamel Shabazz is the author of Back in the Days (powerHouse Books, 2001). His photographs have appeared in publications including The Source, Vibe, TRACE, Flaunt, Mass Appeal, Jalouse, Black Book, OneWorld, and Honey. Shabazz’s work has been exhibited at the Brooklyn Museum of Art and the Kravets/Wehby Gallery, New York; by Kangol at the Dazed & Confused Gallery, London; by adidas and Lodown at adidas Originals, Berlin; and in Trace’s True Signs, Paris. His debut book, Back in the Days, has received astounding critical acclaim and commercial success since its initial release in January 2001. Shabazz was born in Brooklyn and lives in Long Island, New York.


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No more hiding in the closet 11 juin 2003
Par Un client - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Relié
Jamel Shabazz has the magic touch.I loved the book.This is the real world we live in but hid behind closed doors.His Pictures show the real emotions of real people not afraid anymore.He has a gift and is a truly great photographer.The pictures are beautiful.I been to many of his events and enjoyed each and every one.I hope this book will be a best seller.
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The BEST Sunday in June! 28 avril 2007
Par H20Sun&Fun - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Relié
This is a terrific pictorial that realisticly portrays the GLBT community on a day commemorating an important moment in history. Because of Stonewall and because of the Gay Pride celebration and all the sacrifices that have been made since 1969, generations of gays, lesbians, bisexuals, and trans people have been and continue to be encouraged to come out and be proud.

I was actually at this particular event. It's one of my most memorable. I had no idea why my photo was being taken, but it ended up in this book....a friend of mine called me to let me know. Imagine my surprise!

I highly recommend this book because it captures the essence and spirit of this celebration in a beautiful full color format. It looks great on the coffee table and is a great conversation piece.

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LET TRUTH BE KNOWN 8 août 2003
Par Un client - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Relié
The book The Last Sunday in June captures photographs of the many faces of the people who are proud of who they are and are comfortable with their lifestyle.The photographer is not afraid to capture the real world that we live in. I felt that the photographer's work was excellent and I am looking forward to
seeing more work by this photographer.
Gay Pride Photos 7 février 2014
Par uni aum Entertainment - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Relié
Jamel Shabazz is not homosexual yet while working for the New York City Department of Corrections, he published a sympathetic and candid book of photography about the gay pride parade.

Mr. Shabazz is the the type photojournalist driven by curiosity about other humans. The photographs, mostly in color, are like snapshots in an inclusive family album. All kinds pose for Mr. Shabazz: a pair of handsome men dressed like twin schoolboys in white caps and shorts and mint-green shirts; a muscular man in blue jeans with horns and skin painted red, arm-in-arm with a drag queen companion who bears a resemblance to Cameron Diaz; a trio in Andrews Sisters drag; a man with a fake fruit still life for a hat who gazes at the camera; five laughing lesbians gathered as if at a college reunion.

There's nothing didactic about Mr. Shabazz's work as it offers an inspiring example of democratic pluralism.
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