Allan Sekula. Collective Sisyphus
Untitled (Poland Archive, nr. 50), 1981
Anon., Lech Walesa said Hello to Geneva Worker [titel zoals aangegeven op de achterzijde van de persfoto, de 'worker' naarwaar wordt gerefereerd is Constantin Meunier’s The Crouching Miner (ca. 1890 / 1903)], zwart-wit foto, 1 juni 1981, 17,7 x 23, 9 cm.] © Keystone / Staf 2634733 (Hulton Archive) Lech Walesa / Getty Images. Lech Walesa, the Polish trade union leader and President of Poland from 1990, at the International Work Conference in Geneva, studying a statue ‘The Worker’ at the entrance to the Palace of Nations. Oorspronkelijke publicatie: People Disc- HM0190 (Photo by Keystone / Getty Images). Datum van aakoop door Allan Sekula onbekend.
On the back side of photograph:
Lech Walesa said Hello to Geneva worker
Polish "Solidarity" leader Lech Walesa also said Hello to the Geneva worker- an iron statue in front of the main entrance to headquarters of International Labour Organisation - during his stay in Geneva for ILO-conference there in the first days of June.
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