The Library Journal critic David Bryant didn't understand this book at all and didn't seem to try. "Redheads" is a celebration of a specifically unique type of human, redheads, or the sometimes disrespectful word, "gingers". They are a group unto their own; mutants, according to the medical community.
But Bryant blows it in his critique with shoddy reviewing. The redheads in the panoramic foldout of the book were gathered on a nice summer day in Dana Point, California, NOT on Cape Cod. I know because I gathered the subjects, including myself, for the shoot. That blows away his toss-off comment "Meyerowitz's book looks like an idea born in the euphoria of a sunny Cape Cod day, published because of the artist's high recognition."
The book was created by one of the most talented photographers ever in the color scheme stream... and that foldout in "Redheads" ended up as a very large photographic mural in the NY Museum of Modern Art. Myself and 16 other redheads are very proud for participating, and the book is absolutely a work of beauty and wonder of humanity.