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Poster, Radical Modernism: Works by Dan Friedman, 1995

This is a Poster. It was subject: Dan Friedman. It is dated 1995 and we acquired it in 1997. Its medium is offset lithograph on paper. It is a part of the Drawings, Prints, and Graphic Design department.

This object was donated by Ken Friedman. It is credited Gift of Ken Friedman.

Its dimensions are

56 x 43.3 cm (22 1/16 x 17 1/16 in.)

It is inscribed

Inscribed, lower right, in black on fuchsia ground: Photo: Joseph Coscia, Jr / Printing: Mercantile Printing, Worcester, MA / Paper: Strathmore Renewal White text / Design: Chris Pullman, WGBH Design / Dan made me use the Day-Glo ink.; The purpose of the American Institute of Graphic Arts is to advance excellence in graphic design as a discipline, / profession and cultural force. The AIGA provides leadership in the exchange of ideas and information, the encouragement of critical analysis and research, and advancement of education and ethical practice. / Fro more information about AIGA/Boston, upcoming events or becoming a member, please call our Hotline: 617 446 9082. / Press 1 for events, press 2 for membership.

Cite this object as

Poster, Radical Modernism: Works by Dan Friedman, 1995; Subject: Dan Friedman (American, 1945–1995); USA; offset lithograph on paper; 56 x 43.3 cm (22 1/16 x 17 1/16 in.); Gift of Ken Friedman; 1997-19-425

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