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Photo Credit: photo: J. Giammatteo

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forget it

1991
20th century
273 x 538 mm (10.7 x 21.2 in.)

Adrian Piper, American, b. born 1948

Object Type: print
Medium and Support: Offset lithograph on Protocol #88 paper
Edition: 76/100, plus 380 unsigned; printed by Campbell Photo and Printing Service, Inc.; originally conceived as a project for Artforum; photo credits: Howard Beach, John Sotomayer, NYT, Somalian Mother and Child, Peter Turnley, Black Star
Marks: Signed in pencil on verso: “Adrian Piper 76/100”; stamped in red on verso with photo credits and publishing information
Bibliography: Print Collector’s Newsletter, vol. 22, no. 4, p. 142; see also “Darling: Adrian Piper,” Artforum, vol. 29, no. 6, p. 100, and “Letters,” Artforum, vol. 29, no. 9, pp. 27–28.
Credit Line: Purchase funds, 1992
Accession Number: 1992.4.1

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This object has the following keywords:
  • African American artists - LC sh 85001794
  • Conceptual art - LCSH Link
  • race (concept) - Identification of a group of people as distinct from other groups on the basis of physical or socially defined characteristics, such as language. [May 1995 descriptor added.]
  • racial discrimination - Discriminatory attitudes and denial of rights, privileges, or choice because of race. [February 1994 related term added. May 1993 lead-in term changed, was 'racial discrimination'; lead-in term added; descriptor changed, was 'race discrimination'. February 1993 descriptor moved. February 1991 scope note added.]
  • racism - Use For Term

Dimensions
  • sheet Dimensions: 273 x 538 mm (10.7 x 21.2 in.)

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