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LeRoy Neiman
Clay’s last workout before Liston fight, February 21, 1964
Mixed media and collage on paper
Courtesy LeRoy Neiman Foundation

LeRoy Neiman
Liston and Clay Weigh-In, February 24, 1964
Mixed media and collage on paper
Courtesy LeRoy Neiman Foundation

LeRoy Neiman
Clay and Liston, February 18, 1964
Mixed media on paper
Courtesy LeRoy Neiman Foundation.

LeRoy Neiman
Round 2, February 25, 1964
Mixed media and collage on paper
Courtesy LeRoy Neiman Foundation

LeRoy Neiman
Muhammad Ali and Sonny Liston, 1965
Mixed media on paper
Courtesy LeRoy Neiman Foundation

LeRoy Neiman
Ali and the California Gang at the 5th Street Gym, Miami, February 27, 1971
Mixed media on paper
Courtesy LeRoy Neiman Foundation

LeRoy Neiman
Round 11, Ali-Frazier at Madison Square Garden, March 8, 1971
Mixed media on paper,
Courtesy LeRoy Neiman Foundation

LeRoy Neiman
Ali vs. Frazier, Fight II, Round II at Madison Square Garden, January 28, 1974
Mixed media on paper
Courtesy LeRoy Neiman Foundation

LeRoy Neiman
Round 8, Ali knocks out Joe’s mouthpiece, October 1, 1975
Mixed media on Super Fight III flier
Courtesy LeRoy Neiman Foundation

LeRoy Neiman
Ali praying
Pastel on paper
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George Kalinsky
Muhammad Ali working out at the 5th St. Gym in Miami, 1965
Chromogenic print from original scanned film
Courtesy George Kalinsky

This photograph was from the first roll of film that George Kalinsky shot of Ali.

George Kalinsky
Sportscaster Howard Cosell interviewing Ali in Miami, 1965
Chromogenic print from original scanned film
Courtesy  George Kalinsky

George Kalinsky
Muhammad Ali at a newsstand in New York City, 1967
Chromogenic print from original scanned film
Courtesy  George Kalinsky

Ali was especially interested in the civil rights implications of the election between James Meredith and Adam Clayton Powell, Jr. for a United States House of Representatives seat from the district of Harlem.

George Kalinsky
Muhammad Ali training at Madison Square Garden, 1967
Chromogenic print from original scanned film
Courtesy George Kalinsky

Ali, who had a soft spot for children, took a break from a workout to banter with a young fan. Kalinsky recalled this young admirer announcing, “I am the greatest for a moment.”

George Kalinsky
Muhammad Ali with a coloring book of military officers, 1967
Chromogenic print from original scanned film
Courtesy George Kalinsky

This was a time of soul searching for Ali who was contemplating his response to a draft notice from the United States Army.

George Kalinsky
Muhammad Ali working out at Madison Square Garden, 1967
Chromogenic print from original scanned film
Courtesy  George Kalinsky

Ali as he prepared for his fight with Zora Folley. This photograph reveals a growing bond between the boxer and the photographer.

George Kalinsky
Muhammad Ali vs Zora Folley fight, 1967
Chromogenic print from original scanned film
Courtesy George Kalinsky

Zora Folley was knocked out by Ali in the seventh round of the fight. It was Ali’s last fight before his three-and-a-half-year suspension for refusing to be inducted into the United States Army.

George Kalinsky
Joe Frazier and Muhammad Ali, 1971
Chromogenic print from original scanned film
Courtesy George Kalinsky

The first of the famous “head to head” shots of Joe Frazier and Muhammad Ali or any boxers. They were preparing for their epic match-up in 1971, the Fight of the Century, at Madison Square Garden.

George Kalinsky
Muhammad Ali working out at his training facility in Deer Lake, Pennsylvania, 1972
Chromogenic print from original scanned film
Courtesy George Kalinsky

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