Born in 1926, Paulin came of age as a photographer in the 1940s studying with the likes of Harry Callahan and art director Alexey Brodovitch. By the 1950s, the streets of New York City had established themselves as Paulin's primary muse, and black-and-white film his medium. The book features images from his prodigious body of work created over four decades, in New York City, as well as Paris, Seville, New Orleans and Atlantic City.
Originally published by Silverstein Photography, distributed by Twin Palms.
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