Robert Rauschenberg, 1962
Paper size: 16 x 20 inches
Edition of 25
Only 3 Available
American photographer Steve Schapiro (1934-2022) was born and raised in New York City and discovered photography at age 9. The photojournalist is often celebrated for his work documenting the American Civil Rights Movement and the Selma to Montgomery march. LIFE Magazine commissioned Schapiro to photograph the unfolding tragedy in Memphis after Reverend Martin Luther King, Jr.’s assassination. Although typically associated with civil justice documentary work, Schapiro also produced many iconic portraits of figures such as Samuel Beckett, David Bowie, Muhammad Ali, and more, all of which appear in his book Heroes (2007). Steve Schapiro also produced images from films like The Godfather and Taxi Driver, working as a set photographer throughout production.
This print is book mounted and sits in a beautiful black-stained Ash frame. Total framed dimensions are 58 x 67 x 3.4 cm. Please allow 3-6 weeks for framing and shipping. Other works are available by this artist, to see a wider selection please contact us.
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