Tag Archives: 1971

Dinosaurs

Dennis Stock, [Car Park], 1971 (2015.35.3) Patrick Nagatani, Contamination Area, Building # 3, Sandia National Labortatories, Kirtland A.F.B. Albuquerque, New Mexico, 1989 (2010.116.42) Unidentified photographer, [Brenda below dinosaur], 1975 (DA.3A10.1186) Weegee, [Tyrannosaurus rex from the Sinclair Oil Corporation Dinoland pavilion … Continue reading

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Listening to Records

Martin Munkacsi, [Listening to records], 1930s Weegee, After midnight in Washington Square Park, Folk Dance, ca. 1946 (14213.1993) Gordon Parks, “Ralph Ellison’s ‘Invisible Man,’” 1952 (1606.2005) Retreat is found beneath the city in an underground room. Here surrounded by lights, … Continue reading

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Jill Freedman: “The elephant men love elephants… So do I…”

Jill Freedman, Bennett and Topsy, from “Circus Days,” 1971 (143.1981j) Jill Freedman, at ICP, October 5th, 1978.

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“Peace Now!”

Joe Brainard (1942-1994), [Peace Now!], 1971 (832.2002) Herbert Perr, [Who Is Going to Believe Hypocritical Fairytales?], 1970-71, mixed media prototype for a poster that was never produced, (879.2002) Who is going to believe hypocritical fairytales When, behind a facade of … Continue reading

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FREEDOM WOMAN NOW

Faith Ringgold, Freedom Woman Now, 1971 (796.2002) Faith Ringgold, The United States of Attica, 1971 (795.2002) Faith Ringgold, Judson 3, ca. 1970-71 (877.2002) Faith Ringgold, Peoples Flag Show, (1970) (883.2002) The “People’s Flag Show” at Judson church was open for … Continue reading

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“Freedom for ANGELA DAVIS”

People’s World, Freedom for Angela Davis, March 6, 1971 (2009.18.3) 45 years ago today People’s World published this amazing page spread, in an International Women’s Day Edition, while Angela Davis was in prison. Fortunately, over a year later she was free.

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