Film, Video Art Kane: Harlem 1958
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- Art Kane: Harlem 1958
- A handsome new art book marks the 60th anniversary of Art Kane's iconic "Harlem 1958" photograph (also known as "A Great Day in Harlem"), a glimpse of jazz history documenting a now-legendary gathering of 57 jazz artists on the steps of a Harlem brownstone. Larry Appelbaum talks with the photographer's son Jonathan Kane and saxophonist Benny Golson, one of two living musicians captured in this eloquent image.
- October 29, 2019
- 1 hours 4 minutes 4 seconds
- online text
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