Courtesy of Steve Milanowski
Stephen Milanowski is a photographer based in Madison, Wisconsin. His photographs are part of the permanent collections of The Museum of Modern Art (MoMA), The National Gallery of Art, The Walker Art Center, The Houston Museum of Fine Arts, The Cincinnati Art Museum, among others. Milanowski holds a BFA from The Cranbrook Academy of Art and an MS from The Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT).
A view of Walpole Prison from the eastern side of the facility in the early 1980s.
A man irons pants in a cell block at Walpole.
A man incarcerated at Walpole watches The Beverly Hillbillies on a TV set in his cell.
A man incarcerated at Walpole stands in his cell, with a map of Africa on the wall behind him.
A sign in an office at Walpole Prison reads "No one is allowed in this office."
A man incarcerated at Walpole in the 1980s sits alone at a communal table.
A man incarcerated at Walpole does push-ups in a hallway.
A man incarcerated at Walpole leans over a railing in his cell block.
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