In My Eyes Photographs 1982-1997 by Jim Saah (Second Edition)

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In My Eyes Photographs 1982-1997 SECOND EDITION (Cabin 1). Originally published in October of 2021 the book sold out quickly and is back by popular demand.  In My Eyes features hundreds of impressive (and never before seen) photos of Fugazi, Minor Threat, Void, Black Flag, Circle Jerks, Dead Kennedys, Jawbox, Government Issue, The Faith,  Husker Du and many, many  more.  But Saah’s musical palette wasn’t just confined to punk rock, as evidenced by the inclusion of The Cramps, The Pixies, Lou Reed, Guided by Voices, Fishbone, Wilco among others. The hard cover book closes with several intimate interviews between Saah and longtime friends/fans including Ian MacKaye, J. Robbins, Jon Langford (Mekons), Shepard Fairey, and photographers Cynthia Connolly and Patrick Graham. Specifications: 13’x13’ hardcover book, 332 pages.

"Jim Saah's photography of the Washington, D.C. music scene is incomparable. Not only was he there but he completely got it."                                                                         — Henry Rollins, musician, writer, photographer

"I remember being really struck by your pictures of Fugazi when I first saw them. I had seen plenty of other photos of us that were perfectly good representations, but your work often would look like the way I felt on stage."
— Ian MacKaye (Fugazi, Minor Threat)

"Jim Saah’s photographic work in the '80s is crucial in illustrating the energy and camaraderie that were particularly important components of the DC punk music scene.”
— Cynthia Connolly, photographer, curator and publisher of Banned in DC

“Jim’s work benefits from his excellent eye for motion and light, but perhaps equally important is his tenacity. Jim was everywhere anything was happening in our scene. I think he knew at a very young age that you can’t shoot what you can’t see. It was his constant participation in our community that produced all these fantastic images we now enjoy today.”
— Brian Baker, Musician, Minor Threat, Dag Nasty, Bad Religion