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Maker(s):Zelle, Ann
Culture:American (1943- )
Title:Empty lot left when buildings were razed following the 1968 uprising after Martin Luther King, Jr., was killed. The long low building on the right will be remodeled by the Conservative Vice Lords to make an art center for the Lawndale neighborhood on 16th Street in Chicago, Illinois
Date Made:1968 capture; 2021 print
Type:Photograph
Materials:Pigment inkjet prints (Epson) using archival (Epson Ultrachrome) ink on Hahnemuhle Photo Rag paper - 308 gram, acid free cotton rag / museum grade archival paper
Place Made:North America; United States
Measurements:Sheet: 17 in x 22 in; 43.2 cm x 55.9 cm; Image: 13 3/8 in x 20 in; 34 cm x 50.8 cm
Accession Number:  MH 2021.13.18
Credit Line:Gift of Ann Zelle (Class of 1965)
Museum Collection:  Mount Holyoke College Art Museum
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Tags:
black and white; buildings; people; transportation; streets; cities; urban; automobiles; architecture

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