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USA. Fairmount, Indiana. 1955. James Dean on the farm of his uncle Marcus Winslow, posing with a pig asking himself "do I belong to the animals, to the pigs, the cattle, or the goats?", 1955

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    • Silver gelatin print
    • This is an open edition.
    • Estate stamped

    About The Work

    Dennis Stock here captures an intimate look at Hollywood icon James Dean in 1955. Stock followed Dean to Fairmount, Indiana, where Dean's uncle Marcus Winslow held a farm. As Dean posed with dignity next to a pig, he asked himself "Do I belong to the animals, to the pigs, the cattle, or the goats?" The haunting portrait was taken the same year of Dean's untimely death. 

    About Dennis Stock

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    • This work is final sale and not eligible for return.

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