In the Fall 2001 season, Umbrage offers a characteristically eclectic array of books: the first-ever monograph by the noted English painter Anthony Fry, a collection of photographs by and interviews with nine Sarajevan photographers who lived and worked throughout the seige of their city; a historically significant photographic book on Fidel Castro's entry into Havana in 1959 by veteran photojournalist Burt Glinn and Paul Fusco's incredible document of the emotionally searing tribute to Robert F. Kennedy as his funeral train rolled from New York to Washington D.C. on June 8, 1968, and millions stood silently in the hot sun to mourn. A fifth title by Hatje Cantz features the work of Korean-born conceptual artist Nikki S. Lee