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ALLEN GINSBERG (1926-1997) Jack Kerouac, 1953

Archival black and silver duotone print, 8.15 x 12 inches
Jack Kerouac wandering along East 7th Street after visiting Burroughs at our pad, passing statue of Congressman Samuel “Sunset” Cox, “The Letter-Carrier’s Friend” in Tompkins Square toward corner of Avenue A, Lower East Side; he’s making a Dostoyevsky mad-face or Russian basso be-bop Om, first walking around the neighborhood, then involved with The Subterraneans, pencils & notebook in wool shirt-pockets, Fall 1953, Manhattan.Allen Ginsberg
Open edition, Signed Allen Ginsberg Estate
Printed by Publicide Inc., New York, NY
$125  FRAMED $250 
The Allen Ginsberg Estate continues to fulfill its mission, honoring the poet's wish to realize his unpublished writings as well as other uncompleted projects and to ensure that his works continue to be readily available to the widest possible audience. Since 1997 it has published 15 collections of writings, released & reissued over 10 audio collections, produced several films, and published two collections of photography (as well as  arranging several major international photographic exhibitions). It has also maintained a robust and on-going social media presence both on its web-site and with a lively and engaging Instagram page. Ginsberg left a trove of over 80,000 images (now in the archives of Stanford University), an extraordinary resource and a remarkable window into his life and his times. The extent of this work has yet to be fully explored.
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It will be shipped via UPS (domestically) and via USPS (internationally).
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