Shades of Grey: Glasgow 1956-86
|Author||Oscar Marzaroli, William McIlvanney|
|31 December 1987|
One of the photos from the book, a 1963 portrait of three young boys wearing their mother's high-heeled shoes playing in Kidson Street in the Gorbals area of Glasgow, was in 2005 made into a bronze statue installed in Queen Elizabeth Square. The statue was unveiled in August 2008 by Nicola Sturgeon, then Scotland's Deputy First Minister.
- Flynn, Bob (28 January 1991). "Arts: The camera that captured a city - Oscar Marzaroli caught the soul of Glasgow / A tribute to a photographer of the people". The Guardian.
- Wilson, Caroline (14 April 2005). "Is that you in the heels?". Evening Times (Glasgow).
- Puttick, Helen (14 April 2005). "Gorbals boys in high heels are cast in bronze". The Herald (Glasgow).
- "Gorbals boys strut their stuff again". The Times. 30 August 2008.
- The Marzaroli Collection - Includes a large number of photos from the Shades of Grey' book
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