Danny Lyon: The Walls, 1968 (print from Conversations with the Dead)
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The Walls, 1968 (from Conversations with the Dead)
Paper Size: 14 x 11
Printed later
Corner mounted in 16 x 20 window mat
Signed and titled on verso with numerical notation.


Danny Lyon's seminal photographs of prison life stand as one of the great post-war works of photojournalism, firmly placing this book among the ranks of Evans'and Agee's Let Us Now Praise Famous Men and Bourke-White's and Caldwell's You Have Seen Their Faces. This was Lyon's fourth book following The Movement, Bikeriders, and The Destruction of Lower Manhattan. "Lyon's photographs must be the most eloquent ever shot in a prison."--Parr and Badger

Excellent condition; no surface blemishes, creasing or dimpling.
Danny Lyon: The Walls, 1968 (print from Conversations with the Dead)
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