Madonna and friends, Lower East Side 1982

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Madonna and friends, Lower East Side 1982

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Richard Corman
New York City

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Madonna and friends, Lower East Side 1982

Madonna by Richard Corman-Archival Pigment Print-Conservation

$1,200.00
Madonna and friends, Lower East Side 1982

Madonna by Richard Corman-Archival Pigment Print-Standard

$1,075.00
Madonna and friends, Lower East Side 1982

Madonna by Richard Corman-Archival Pigment Print-Archival Pigment Print

$1,000.00
Madonna and friends, Lower East Side 1982

Madonna by Richard Corman-Archival Pigment Print-Conservation

$1,750.00
Madonna and friends, Lower East Side 1982

Madonna by Richard Corman-Archival Pigment Print-Standard

$1,600.00
Madonna and friends, Lower East Side 1982

Madonna by Richard Corman-Archival Pigment Print-Archival Pigment Print

$1,500.00
Madonna and friends, Lower East Side 1982

Madonna by Richard Corman-Archival Pigment Print-Conservation

$2,900.00
Madonna and friends, Lower East Side 1982

Madonna by Richard Corman-Archival Pigment Print-Standard

$2,725.00
Madonna and friends, Lower East Side 1982

Madonna by Richard Corman-Archival Pigment Print-Archival Pigment Print

$2,600.00
Madonna and friends, Lower East Side 1982

Madonna by Richard Corman-Archival Pigment Print-Conservation

$5,500.00
Madonna and friends, Lower East Side 1982

Madonna by Richard Corman-Archival Pigment Print-Standard

$5,200.00
Madonna and friends, Lower East Side 1982

Madonna by Richard Corman-Archival Pigment Print-Archival Pigment Print

$5,000.00
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Photo ID:2049
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After meeting Madonna for the first time in her Lower East Side apartment, Richard returned to her building a few days later to shoot her. She said, "You know, we should go up to the roof because I go up there with all the kids from the building."

“She was like the Pied Piper of the neighborhood -- they loved her,” Richard recalls. “They followed her, they danced with her, they sang with her. It was something they did on a daily basis, and it was remarkable. We just walked up and they gathered around. She put the boom box on -- it was her music, though I don’t remember which song -- and they just started dancing and singing.

“She was so alive and unpretentious. She was fierce, determined. Nothing was going to stop her.”
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