California Flea Market Series, Untitled 34
16 in HIGH x 20 in WIDE
(40.64 cm HIGH x 50.80 cm WIDE)
Gift of Mark, Annette and Elizabeth Levinson

portfolio; frame, mat, plex; cream cardstock sheet with photo label
OMCA, Gallery of California Art, Open Space 2/3, "2000 and Rising," May 1 - Aug. 1, 2010.

This is a black and white photograph of an open-air flea market. The composition shows a young woman standing in the middle of a large cardboard box labeled "Dressing Room." A child is standing on the back bumper of a truck at right, and a woman in headscarf appears at left. A large van with a crossed out advertisement on the side fills the majority of the background, and a row of folded clothing appears along the bottom of the image in the foreground.

Info from Frontice Sheet - All black and white photographs are vintage silver prints, printed on Portriga Rapid III Matt Paper (noted as the highest quantity silver content paper ever made for mass use) Selenium Toned and printed by Joel D. Levinson from 1975 - 1986 and sold only in the 11 x 14 and 16 x 20 sizes. Not a single balck and white print was made or printed after 1986.

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