Martin: The Phaidon/Westerbeck is a book that covers bits and pieces of most of his career, not just the street work, along with comments by Meyerowitz for each of the photos selected. Some of his comments are very sharp and enlightening, others not so -verging on the silly. But the pix are really mixed up, jumping from color to black and white and back to color, all the while changing formats and subject matter, and only following a chronological order. Not exactly what I would call a decent monograph. I think that Steidl could do something wonderful with his street series.
A more complete set I have seen of that particular work was published in Sally Eauclaire’s “American Independents” where you have nine consecutive pictures of his “Out to Lunch” series, including the famous one with the tiger.