Other: Breaking Out of the Box
Late 20th Early 21st Century
17 in HIGH x 11 in WIDE
(43.18 cm HIGH x 27.94 cm WIDE)
All Of Us Or None Archive. Gift of the Rossman Family.

Poster has black ink printed on white paper. At the top is a check mark in a box and "other: / breaking out fo the box / exhibit of digital prints by / Berverly Naidus / Mar. 27 - Apr. 24 / opening reception: Tues., Mar. 27, 5-7 pm". At the center of the poster is a stylized image of a female figure with a six-point star on her chest. Text at the bottom of the image reads "when she was nine years old, the / whole summer camp was made to / watch graphic documentaries about / the Holocaust. afterwards she / felt as if a yellow star had / been tattooed upon her chest. it / was imposible to remove it." At the bottom fo the poster is information on the Augusta Savage Gallery. Poster verso divided into sections - at the top left is an advertisement for the Sante Fe Systems Lines; at the top right is the exhibition title; at the left center are three paragraphs of text written by the artist; At the right center is a mailing section and an advertisement for tires; At the bottom left is a commentary about the assimilation generation; and at the bottom right is a quote by Naidus about her work.
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