Collection Artwork
A black and white photo of someone standing in a marble-floored entryway. Windowpanes and a doorway frame the person, who wears a fur hat and faces the camera.
A black and white photo of someone standing in a marble-floored entryway. Windowpanes and a doorway frame the person, who wears a fur hat and faces the camera.
A black and white photo of someone standing in a marble-floored entryway. Windowpanes and a doorway frame the person, who wears a fur hat and faces the camera.
A black and white photo of someone standing in a marble-floored entryway. Windowpanes and a doorway frame the person, who wears a fur hat and faces the camera.
Alice O'Malley (born Buffalo, New York, United States, 1962)
Storme DeLarverie, Chelsea Hotel 2010
2010
gelatin silver print
paper size: 24 x 20 in.
frame size: 32 x 27 1/4 x 1 1/4 in.
Tang purchase
photographed at the Chelsea Hotel, New York, New York, United States, North America
2020.4.6
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Alice O'Malley, the artist; purchased by the Tang Teaching Museum, 2020.

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