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black cotton unisex t-shirt with artist Helen Levitt

  • $140.00
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Oriane is 5'8'' and wearing size S.

This unisex t-shirt, made of soft cotton, features art by Helen Levitt.
We recommend that men may need to choose one size larger than usual.

- Round neckline with contrasting trim
- Short sleeves
- "Basket" screen-printing

Size 1 approximately
Shoulder: 16"
Sleeve: 8"
Length: 25"

Helen Levitt was an American photographer born in 1913 and passed away in 2009. From the 1930s, while teaching visual arts, she
photographed children drawing with chalk in the streets of New York.
She met Henri-Cartier Bresson in 1935, followed him for a year, and
immersed herself in his work. She was also significantly influenced by the
American photographer Walker Evans. Her first individual exhibition was
set in 1943 at the Museum of Modern Art (MOMA) in New York. During
this first period, she took black and white photos in the street, with
children or the African-American community, showing great spontaneity
and a social vein. From the 1950s, while continuing to photograph the
streets of New York, she switched to color. Her work spanned more than
half a century. Several of her photographs appear in the agnès b.
collection and are exhibited regularly.

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100.00% Cotton
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PRINTED IN FRANCE. do not dry clean. wash inside out only. Very moderate spin. iron inside out only
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