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Best known for documenting jazz musicians, Frank Stewart creates intimate photographs of Black culture that offer a glimpse into the intense emotion brought forth by a style of music that welcomes improvisation and freedom of expression.
Here, a woman, donning an all-white ensemble and holding a large umbrella, dances to the rhythms of a small procession of horn players nearby. An artist in residence at the Studio Museum and a member of the Kamoinge Workshop, a New York-based collective of African-American photographers founded in 1963, Stewart captures meaningful moments that record the integral role jazz plays in the black community. (Artist in Residence 1975–76)
Size:11.7 × 16.5 in.
Printed on 300gsm Munken (textured) paper
Individually packaged with white envelope and cello bag
Original Artwork Information:
Frank Stewart (b. 1949)
Untitled (from the "Second Line" series), 1976
Image: 12 1/4 × 18 1/4 in.
The Studio Museum in Harlem; gift of the artist 1979.3.3
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