DANNY LYON

Danny Lyon was born in Brooklyn, New York in 1942 and studied history at University of Chicago. Lyon has had solo exhibits at the Whitney Museum of American Art, the Museum of Modern Art, Art Institute of Chicago and the Center for Creative Photography at the University of Arizona. Danny Lyon is the founding member of the photography group Bleak Beauty. Lyon’s work can be found in the collections of the American Museum of Art, Smithsonian Institute, George Eastman House and The Metropolitan Museum of Art.

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DANNY LYON - Untitled, from the Prison Series, 1968 DANNY LYON - Untitled, from the Prison Series, 1968 DANNY LYON - Untitled, from the Prison Series, 1968 DANNY LYON - Untitled, from the Prison Series, 1968 DANNY LYON - Civil Rights Series, This image was used on a Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee NOW poster, 1963
DANNY LYON - Civil Rights Series, Dr. Martin Luther King just before he speaks at Birmingham, 1963 DANNY LYON - Civil Rights Series, A Toddle House in Atlanta is occupied during a sit-in when the SNCC staff and supporters take a break from a conference to demonstrate, 1963 DANNY LYON - Civil Rights Series, Charles Sherrod and Randy Battle visit a supporter in the Georgia countryside, 1963 DANNY LYON - Civil Rights Series, Eddie Brown calmly being carried off by the Albany police, 1963 DANNY LYON - Civil Rights Series, Sheriff Jim Clark arrests two demonstrators who displayed placards on the steps of the federal building in Selma, 1963
DANNY LYON - Civil Rights Series, SNCC workers stand outside the funeral: Emma Bell, Dorie Ladner, Dona Richards, Sam Shirah, and Doris Derby, 1963 DANNY LYON - Civil Rights Series, Segregated drinking fountains in the county courthouse, Albany, Georgia, 1962 DANNY LYON - Civil Rights Series, Demonstrations at an "all-white" swimming pool in Cairo, Illinois, 1962 DANNY LYON - Civil Rights Series, A street in Albany, 1962 DANNY LYON - Civil Rights Series, A street in Albany, 1962
DANNY LYON - Civil Rights Series, Nashville, November 1962, The Annual SNCC Conference: Outside Tic Toc Hamburger Place, Lester MacKinney, Bernice Reason, and John O’Neal wait to get in, 1962 DANNY LYON - Civil Rights Series, Taylor Washington is arrested in Atlanta, 1963/1964 DANNY LYON - Civil Rights Series USA. Mississippi. University. 1962. University of Mississippi campus where James Meredith tried to register as the first black student., 1962
DANNY LYON - Untitled, from the Prison Series, 1968
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11 x 14 inch Silver Gelatin Print
Signed on verso

DANNY LYON

Untitled, from the Prison Series, 1968
DANNY LYON - Untitled, from the Prison Series, 1968

DANNY LYON

Untitled, from the Prison Series, 1968
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11 x 14 inch Silver Gelatin Print
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