Bruce Conner Becoming the Rolls Hood Ornament
13.875 in HIGH x 70.875 in WIDE
(35.24 cm HIGH x 180.02 cm WIDE)
Art Acquisition Fund

signed in ink with edition number, BR below image
Ink stamp on verso, center: "LARRY KEENAN, JR. / 7101 SARONI DR. / OAKLAND, CA 94611 / (415) 339-9733"; "THIS PHOTOGRAPH / IS COPYRIGHTED. IT / MAY NOT BE REPRO- / DUCED WITHOUT / WRITTEN / AUTHORIZATION"Handwritten in ink, center verso: "5/30"; "1996"; BRUCE CONNER BECOMING THE ROLLS HOOD ORNAMENT"Ink stamp on backing board: "[copyright] LARRY KEENAN / 4 ADMIRAL DR. #235 / EMERYVILLE, CA 94608"
Micaëla Gallery, San Francisco, "Larry Keenan," September 6 - 30, 2006.

This is a black and white photograph of Bruce Conner standing with his arms outstretched while standing on the front bumper of a Rolls Royce. Conner is wearing a suit, tie, and glasses. The car is parked outside along a curb with a wooden building in the background.

Micaëla Gallery printout:"BRUCE CONNER MOCKING ROLLS HOOD ORNAMENT / San Francisco 1965 / While waiting for McClure to leave his place, Bruce Conner and I played around with my parent's car. He posed all over the old Rolls-Royce, but I like his flying lady hood ornament pose the best."

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