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US News An iconic Black Lives Matter photograph for auction at Sotheby's

14:25  02 october  2020
14:25  02 october  2020 Source:   ouest-france.fr

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Picture taken by novice who became first black male to photograph British Vogue cover. On Thursday, Sotheby ’ s announced it would be sell his first print at an auction to raise money for the Harriman’s life has been a whirlwind since he travelled to a Black Lives Matter protest in central

This photo of a protester in Baton Rouge, Louisiana instantly became an iconic image of the Black Lives Matter movement. And for Indigenous people in Canada, it was also a reminder of this iconic photograph taken by reporter Ossie Michelin in 2013.

La photographie de Misan Harriman, © Courtesy of Sotheby's Misan Harriman's photograph, "Why is Ending racism a debate?", Could reach 5,000 pounds at Sotheby's.

An image that has been around the world. Misan Harriman distinguished himself in the world of photography with his black and white portrait of a young activist demonstrating in London in support of the Black Lives Matter movement. After igniting social networks, this poignant photograph will be auctioned on October 7 at Sotheby's.

This black and white portrait features hockey player Darcy Bourne holding a sign with the question "Why is ending racism a debate?" ("Why debate the end of racism?").

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Sotheby ’ s Photographs department is delighted to invite participation in our 5 April 2019 Photographs auction . Advance online bidding is open now ahead of the 5 April live auction at Sotheby ’ s New York. To register a telephone bid, please contact the Sotheby ' s Bids department directly at

"It's a question that makes all of us wonder why we didn't ask ourselves it sooner," British photographer Misan Harriman told The Guardian.

This photograph quickly became one of the iconic images of the Black Lives Matter movement on social media, where it was relayed by figures such as Martin Luther King III, Lewis Hamilton, Dina Asher-Smith and the editor of the British Vogue, Edward Enninful.

It is part of a series of black and white images around the British who took to the streets to show their support for the Black Lives Matter movement, following the death of George Floyd in Minneapolis, United States.

Portraits that prompted Edward Enninful to entrust the cover of the prestigious September issue of British Vogue to Misan Harriman, who then became the first black photographer to make the magazine's cover since its creation in 1916.

The "Why is" photography ending racism a debate? " de Misan Harriman is now estimated at between 3,000 and 5,000 pounds (approximately 3,300 and 5,550 euros) at Sotheby's, where it will be auctioned as part of the "Photographs" sale.

The proceeds from this auction will be donated to the British charity Anthony Nolan, which helps people with hematological cancer who need a hematopoietic stem cell transplant.

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