Two years ago we published Elizabeth Avedon's wonderful portrait of the publisher Twin Palms. Jack Woody is also one of the cornerstones of West Coast photography, which is why we have decided to publish it again today. Jack Woody is one of the world’s most important photo book publishers, yet remains relatively unknown. He currently lives in Santa Fe, continuing to publish books he likes, not taking into account their eventual commercial success. Elizabeth Avedon interviews this reclusive editor, who until now has rarely spoken.
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