© President and Fellows of Harvard College
Identification and Creation
Object Number
2018.115
People
Steve Schapiro, American (New York, NY born 1934)
Title
Stop Police Killings, Selma
Other Titles
Series/Book Title: Freedom Now, Civil Rights
Classification
Photographs
Work Type
photograph
Date
1965
Places
Creation Place: North America, United States, Alabama
Culture
American
Persistent Link
https://hvrd.art/o/361741
Physical Descriptions
Medium
Gelatin silver print
Technique
Gelatin silver print
Dimensions
sheet: 50.8 × 40.6 cm (20 × 16 in.)
image: 48.3 × 32.4 cm (19 × 12 3/4 in.)
Inscriptions and Marks
  • Signed: On verso, in graphite: Steve Shapiro
  • inscription: on verso, in graphite: 12/25 / Steve Shapiro / Stop Police Killings / Selma, Alabama 1965 / CSS-1195
  • stamp: on verso: (c) Steve Shapiro
Provenance
[Fahey Klein Gallery, Los Angeles, CA], sold; to the Harvard Art Museums, 2018.
State, Edition, Standard Reference Number
Edition
12/25
Acquisition and Rights
Credit Line
Harvard Art Museums/Fogg Museum, Richard and Ronay Menschel Fund for the Acquisition of Photographs
Copyright
© Steve Schapiro
Accession Year
2018
Object Number
2018.115
Division
Modern and Contemporary Art
Contact
am_moderncontemporary@harvard.edu
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Publication History

Colleen Walsh, "Taking it all personally: Carpenter Center show reflects racial disparities that helped fuel James Baldwin's writing", Harvard Gazette (Cambridge, MA, 2018)

Exhibition History

Photography and Social Change in James Baldwin’s America, Carpenter Center for the Visual Arts, Cambridge, 09/13/2018 - 12/30/2018

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