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Gelatin silver print, from "The Americans" (1955/56)
Inscribed recto, lower left, below image, in black ink: "NYC 1954"; signed and inscribed recto, lower right, below image, in black ink: R. Frank 1977"; stamped and inscribed verso, lower right, in black ink and graphite: "ROBERT FRANK ARCHIVE [stamped in black ink] / Americans 43 / Bar-New York City / L.82.006.007 460 [inscribed in graphite]" [in rectangle]
Art Institute of Chicago, “The Subject is Music: Photographs from the Permanent Collection,” September 28-December 1, 1996. (Sylvia Wolf)
Art Institute of Chicago, “What Am I Looking At: Robert Frank Photographs,” November 2, 2002-February 2, 2003. (Elizabeth Siegel)
Art Institute of Chicago, “Hot Streaks,” February 21 - May 2, 2004, (David Travis) (Galleries 2-4).
Art Institute of Chicago, “Far from Home: Photography, Travel, and Inspiration,” January 20 - May 6, 2007. (Elizabeth Siegel and Newell G. Smith) (Gallery 1).
Art Institute of Chicago, “Film and Photo in New York,” July 21–November 25, 2012. (Katherine A. Bussard)
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