TAXI by Joseph Rodriguez’s listed in ‘The Best Books to Give This Year’ by New York Times Book Review

“Also keeping a record in the 1970s was Joseph Rodriguez, who later became a much-admired photojournalist and teacher of photography, but in those days was driving a cab. TAXI: Journey Through My Windows 1977-1987 (powerHouse, 120 pp., $35), with an essay by Richard Price, is Rodriguez’s tour of some of what he saw through his window or in his back seat as he worked the edges of Manhattan. He frequently lined up outside the sex clubs of the Lower West Side, where, as he recounts, a man could climb into his cab wearing full leathers, with a whip, and emerge at a Park Avenue address in “khakis, oxford shirt and penny loafers.”… Read Luc Sante’s full review here.