• There Was Always A Place To Crash: Al Kaplan's Provincetown 1961-1966

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    “Here’s the book that proves what I only remembered; yes, I lived in a tree fort in Provincetown in 1966 and inside is an actual photo of it. The benches, yes those benches, were the nerve center of coolness in Provincetown and bohemian studs and bad girl artists were on every corner. My favorite picture in the book? Beatnik dirty feet in sandals. We all have our twisted memories, don’t we?”

    — John Waters, author and filmmaker

    10.25" H x 11.25" W / 72 PAGES  HARDCOVER
    EDITION OF 500

    Featuring previously unseen images of Provincetown, Massachusetts’ early 1960s bohemian milieu, from future Andy Warhol Factory film star Rene Ricard to the libertine scene unfolding inside gay rights pioneer Prescott Townsend’s legendary treehouse -- all lovingly transferred from Al Kaplan’s original 35mm negatives.