31 May 2007
LARRY CLARK (b.1943)
Billy Mann, Tulsa, 1969
gelatin silver print
signed, titled and dated in pencil on verso
11¼ x 7½in. (28.5 x 19cm.)
Gift of the artist to Thomas F. Barrow, 1971-72;
with Laurence Miller Gallery, New York;
with Terry Etherton, Tucson;
to the present owner.
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Clark, Tulsa, Lustrum Press, 1971, front cover & within (n.p.), there titled 'Dead'.
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'death is more perfect than life' --Larry Clark (Caption opposite image in Tulsa, 1971, n.p.)
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