'They'd Never Kill A Reporter'
In 1948 The New York Sun newspaper ran a 24 day series exposing the corruption and murders on the NYC waterfront.
This series of works tells the true story of journalist Malcolm 'Mike' Johnson, who penned the Pulitzer winning series, telling tales of involvement in the crimes by Union Officials, Politicians, Senators and mobsters.
It would go on to inspire Schulberg & Kazans 'On The Waterfront'- but also to lead to the famous Kefauver organised crime hearings.
This new work will be exhibited at The Other Art Fair, 7-10 April.