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Sculptor Marisol Escobar first achieved critical success in the 1960s with work that drew upon traditions ranging from pre-Columbian art and South America folk art to works by Pablo Picasso and Andy Warhol. Infusing her art with her own penchant for satiric whimsy, she created expressionistic figural pieces that offered wry commentaries on contemporary life. Learn more about her at this weekend's Portrait Story Days 📷: #FredMcDarrah

92 photographs by #FredMcDarrah are on display at @philharmoniedeparis in the exhibition "The Velvet Underground: New York Extravaganza".

#renericard caption reads #renerichard jukebox photograph by #fredmcdarrah , October 1966 issue of Status

From 'The Lyon's Den,' (January 17, 1967): "At Tiger Morse's Henry Hudson Hotel's poolside fashion show, Edie Sedgwick [wearing wig] dumped Susan Bottomly, one of the 'Chelsea Girls,' into the pool. Susan's huge earrings and false eyelashes floated away..." Photograph taken by Fred W. McDarrah, January 9 1967. #TigerMorse #EdieSedgwick #FredWMcDarrah #FredMcDarrah

Bella Abzug used her booming voice as a member of Congress and an advocate for women’s rights. Known for wearing her broad brimmed hat, she became a representation for the increasing presence of women in politics. 📷: #FredMcDarrah #womenshistorymonth

Fred McDarrah's copy of The Americans. #paris #parisphoto #fredmcdarrah #robertfrank #theamericans

#fredmcdarrah underrated chronicler of the beats and NYC #kerouac

Nico, 1966. #FredMcDarrah

Marsha appearing in this photograph by #fredmcdarrah who documented the second stonewall anniversary march in 1971. Thank you @thomaslax for sharing with us! #marshapjohnson #happybirthdaymarsha #stonewall #pride

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LGBT Pride Photo of the Week: Members of the YAWF (Youth Against War & Fascism) carry a banner in the Fifth Annual Gay Pride Day march (Gay Liberation Day) in New York City on June 30, 1974.
#LGBTPride #GayPrideMarch #FredMcDarrah #StevenKasherGallery
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Image: Fred McDarrah, “Gay Caucus YAWF Marches, New York,” 1974, Vintage silver gelatin print, 8 x 10 inches.

"What it was, was skee-ball."
"Dillon’s Bar on University Place Provides Setting for Shuffle Board Games with Jasper Johns Pitching."
"From left, Bill Giles, Anna Moreska, Robert Rauschenberg, Merce Cunningham and John Cage watch Jasper Johns play skee-ball in
New York City, November 10, 1959.”
Photograph by
Fred. W. McDarrah
#JasperJohns #RobertRauschenberg #MerceCunningham #JohnCage #BillGiles #AnnaMoreska #newyorkcity #greenwichvillage #universityplace #dillonsbar #skeeball #artists #artistsdrinking #artistsplayinggames #americanart #photography #blackandwhitephotography #fredmcdarrah #1950s @rauschenbergfoundation

LGBT Pride Photo of the Week: Lawyer Dick Ashworth marches in support of his son in the fifth annual Gay Pride Day march in New York on June 30, 1974. He later became one of the founding members of PFLAG, or Parents, Families, and Friends of Lesbians and Gays. #LGBTPride #FredMcDarrah #StevenKasherGallery
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Image: Fred McDarrah, “Gay March, Dick Ashworth, June 30, 1974,” Vintage gelatin silver print, 9 x 6 inches.

June 1st marks the start of Gay Pride month! Today we are celebrating with this Fred McDarrah photograph from New York's first mass rally in support of gay rights, one month after the Stonewall riots.
#FredMcDarrah #LGBTPride #StevenKasherGallery
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Image: Fred W. McDarrah, "First Gay Pride March, NYC," 1969, vintage gelatin silver print, 6 x 9 inches.

Throw back to May of 1975 with British musician Mick Jagger of the Rolling Stones performing on a flatbed truck on 5th Avenue as the band announce their 'Tour of the Americas '75,' in New York, New York. Photo by Fred W. McDarrah #loveyourwalls

New York's Cafe Bizarre in 1959 (106 West 3rd Street). Advertising 'Fantastic Decor,' 'Folk Singers,' and a steel drum band all for a 50 cent admission fee. Photo by Fred W. McDarrah #loveyourwalls

Fifty years ago today. Senator #RobertKennedy touring NYC tenement. Photo #FredMcdarrah
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Vintage gelatin silver print, 8x10" signed and titled verso

1983
Have always loved this write up by Fred McDarrah / Village Voice. #fredmcdarrah

#renericard caption reads #renerichard jukebox photograph by #fredmcdarrah , October 1966 issue of Status

Jack Smith, taken from October 1966 magazine Status on greenwichvillage / article on #film #underground by #richardpreston photograph by #fredmcdarrah #flamingcreatures #jacksmith #thebridgetheatre #experimentalfilm

Sculptor Marisol Escobar first achieved critical success in the 1960s with work that drew upon traditions ranging from pre-Columbian art and South America folk art to works by Pablo Picasso and Andy Warhol. Infusing her art with her own penchant for satiric whimsy, she created expressionistic figural pieces that offered wry commentaries on contemporary life. Learn more about her at this weekend's Portrait Story Days 📷: #FredMcDarrah

Marsha appearing in this photograph by #fredmcdarrah who documented the second stonewall anniversary march in 1971. Thank you @thomaslax for sharing with us! #marshapjohnson #happybirthdaymarsha #stonewall #pride

#jimihendrix arriving at #madisonsquaregarden 28th Jan 1970 for the Winter Festival of Peace.
#ultrarare photos from my personal collection. Photos by #fredmcdarrah. #iphone photo of the actual old photos.
#devonwilson #bandofgypsies #johnnywinter #nyc #usa #fender #60s #psychedelic @petervandermeeren

American writer Hilton Als at his desk at the Village Voice, New York, New York, November 14, 1989. Als, the 2017 Pulitzer Prize winner for Criticism, started his professional career in 1989 when he was hired as an Assistant Photo Editor at the Village Voice by Fred W. McDarrah | 📷: courtesy of Fred McDarrah

In honor of #WorldPoetryDay, a photograph of #JackKerouac reading poetry in the Lower East Side. 📚 | 📷: courtesy of #FredMcDarrah

From 'The Lyon's Den,' (January 17, 1967): "At Tiger Morse's Henry Hudson Hotel's poolside fashion show, Edie Sedgwick [wearing wig] dumped Susan Bottomly, one of the 'Chelsea Girls,' into the pool. Susan's huge earrings and false eyelashes floated away..." Photograph taken by Fred W. McDarrah, January 9 1967. #TigerMorse #EdieSedgwick #FredWMcDarrah #FredMcDarrah

NEL FUTURO OGNUNO SARÀ FAMOSO PER QUINDICI MINUTI. "Andy Warhol 30 years later"
#andywarhol #popart #asolo #exibition #warhol #30yearslater #fredmcdarrah

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