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Peter Halley, Untitled Black and White Prisons, 1991

Peter Halley
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"Growing up in New York and moving back there in 1980, I was really always in touch with the idea of this Existential misery, and the isolation produced by living in an impersonal, industrialized city. For me, the way to represent my experience of that kind of environment was through this repeated allegorical symbol - the prison..." - Peter Halley


Peter Halley

Untitled for Brooklyn Academy of Music (BAM) , 1991

Lithograph on thin laid paper. Hand signed and numbered. Unframed.
21 3/4 × 16 in
55.2 × 40.6 cm
Edition of 75
This terrific vintage lithograph was created by Halley as part of the BAM portfolio, to help raise funds for the Brooklyn Academy of Music. Pencil signed and numbered recto. Unframed.


Height:   21.75
Width:   16.00