61 Pimlico.

Edited by Bill Jay
Nazraeli Press, Munich, English, 1997. In Germany. 96 pp., 9 tipped-in duotone illustrations, 6x9".

1998 photo-eye Best Nudes. One of the most exquisitely produced, collectable books of erotica we've ever seen, 61 Pimlico tells the story of Henry Halers, Victorian photographer of the nude. One hundred years after the British police confiscated and destroyed Haler's work, Bill Jay miraculously, and perhaps too miraculously, unearthed the photographer's journal at a yard sale, discovering photographs hidden within its cover. Through Haler's writings, and the surviving images, 61 Pimlico, relates the experiences of a wrongly persecuted photographer. If true, its an incredible find. If not, it may be Bill Jay's finest contribution to the literature of photography.

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