Jeffrey Henson Scales photography book’s reviewed by the New York Times
The book is one of the 5 books published by SPQR Editions and beautifully printed by SIZ Industria Grafica,
The photographer portraits the life picturesque life inside a Harlem barber shop during the eighties: jazz would be playing on the radio, accompanied by the sound of straight razors, scissors snipping, and electric clippers buzzing.
The shop has been gone a decade ago but the book will give a look back to a place that reflected the stories and memories from a community that represented a vital intersection of the traditions and the cultural history of black people in America..
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