Patti Smith. New York City, 1974 | © Allan Tannenbaum, 1974

Edition: Limited Edition

Details: Archival Pigment Print on Premium Cotton Photo Paper

Signed and handwritten caption by Allan Tannenbaum

Certificate of Authenticity issued by TMPG and the artist


This photograph is an original reproduction made from the original negative by the photographer himself.



Smith and Mapplethorpe moved into the Clinton Hill townhouse in 1967 and paid $80 a month (about $600 today) for the apartment. “We had the entire second floor, with windows facing east and west, but its aggressively seedy condition was out of range of experience,” Smith writes in her memoir, Just Kids. The landlord cut them a deal on the deposit because Mapplethorpe agreed to paint and clean the place.

Patti Smith. New York City, 1974

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