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    Description

    Chester Higgins Jr. (American, 1946-).
    Untitled
    Gelatin silver print
    23.75" x 19.75"
    No place; no date

    A large portrait of an unidentified man wearing a turban. The photograph was printed by Igor Bakht outside of the original edition.

    Higgins was born in Lexington, Kentucky, in 1946. He studied at Tuskegee University under photographer P.H. Polk and graduated with a business management degree. Beginning in 1975, Higgins worked as a New York Times photographer and traveled all around the world. His photography has been exhibited in numerous museums and can be seen in the Museum of Modern Art's permanent collection.

    Condition: Trivial wear to the edges, with a small spot of soiling at the upper right corner. Else, very good.


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    January, 2019
    15th Tuesday
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