All-American VII

'Till I Get It Right, 2007

Little Bear Press

All-American VII: 'Till I Get It Right is an affectionate testament to the mystery, romance, and charm of the American South. It features the work of civil rights movement photographs Charles Moore, James Karales, and Ernest Withers; a tribute to Southern writers including Lillian Hellman, James Agee, Walker Percy, Nikki Giovanni and more; photographic portfolios dedicated to country music artist Gram Parsons, Kentucky-born socialite Countess Mona Bismark, and Joseph McPhillips–headmaster of the American School of Tangiers; a selection of paintings by Clementine Hunter; and photographs of the Martin Luther King, Jr. Day Parade in Liberty City, Miami by Bruce Weber. This edition also celebrates the work of New Orleans based artist George Dureau in a stunning 40-page portfolio of photographs, paintings, drawings, and text. All-American VII: 'Till I Get It Right is softbound, 192 pages in length. The print run is 5000 copies, first edition only. 58 full-color plates and 100 dutotones.