Danny Lyon: Inside Kathy's Apartment


A unique opportunity to own a limited edition silver gelatin print by Danny Lyon.


Danny Lyon


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Price: USD$1,750.00



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PRINT
Silver gelatin print
Sheet size: 280 x 355 mm (11 x 14 inches)
Image size: 200 x 300 mm (7 3/4 x 11 3/4 inches)
Print folder: 360 x 285 mm (14 1/4 x 11 1/4 inches)
Printed in 2009 in an edition of 100 plus 5 artist's proofs
All copies are signed and numbered by Danny Lyon
ISBN-13: 9780714856223
 
ABOUT THE PRINT

In 1963, Danny Lyon spent time in a poor white area of Chicago called Uptown. Nicknamed ‘hillbilly heaven’, it was a very tough and deprived neighborhood. With a borrowed Rolleiflex camera, he followed the inhabitants of Clifton Street, where he befriended the families who lived there, documenting intimate moments both inside their homes and on the street. The scene of Inside Kathy’s Apartment is particularly intimate, not only in the tender moment shared between the seated couple but also because we see various private domestic objects and a third person, sat only inches away and yet completely engrossed in her own activities.

SPECIAL EDITION BOOK IN SLIPCASE
Hardback
290 x 250 mm (11 3/8 x 9 7/8 inches)
208 pp
46 colour, 106 black and white illustrations
 
ABOUT THE BOOK

Memories of Myself is a collection of beautiful photo-essays from over 40 years of the remarkable career of Danny Lyon (b.1942), one of the most original and influential American photographers.

The work collected here, much of it considered too controversial for publication at the time of its creation, ranges from sensual, richly coloured images of Colombian brothels and black-and-white portraits of boys in 1965 Chicago, to some of his best-known projects such as The Bikeriders story and recent work made in Cuba.

Each story is published as a complete piece for the first time and is accompanied by Lyon’s own text. Also includes a rare interview with curator, Hugh Edwards.


About the author(s)
Danny Lyon has long been considered one of the most original and influential documentary photographers. He is also a filmmaker and writer. Lyon’s highly collectible books include The Bikeriders (1968), The Destruction of Lower Manhattan (1969), Conversations with the Dead (1971), Knave of Hearts (1999), and Indian Nations (2002). In 2007, he published the non-fiction work, Like a Thief’s Dream. There have been solo exhibitions of his work at the Whitney Museum of American Art, the Art Institute of Chicago, the Philadelphia Museum of Art, the Corcoran Gallery in Washington, DC, and the Museum Folkwang in Essen, Germany. He has won two Guggenheim Fellowships, a Rockefeller Fellowship, and many National Endowment for the Arts awards in photography and film. Lyon divides his time between New York State and New Mexico.

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