Asian Art Museum
Late 20th - Early 21st Century
18.00 in HIGH x 12.00 in WIDE
(45.72 cm HIGH x 30.48 cm WIDE)
All Of Us Or None Archive. Gift of the Rossman Family.

There is a row of 8 black logos on a white strip at the bottom of the page. Very small black text along the right edge reads "Krishna overcoming the serpent Kaliya, approx. 1400-15--. Southern India. Bronze / Asian Art Museum of San Francisco, The Avery Brundage Collection, B65B72."

This poster includes a photograph of a statue of a dancing human figure superimposed over a photograph of the white inside of a building. A 3-inch wide red and yellow column to the left of this image contains the text "Asian" at the top and "A city / gem / in a / new / setting" below. Large, red text over the top of the image reads "Open March 20". There is a list of museum amenities in red and black to the left of the statue. A black rectangle below the image contains large, white text reading "Asian Art Museum / Chong-Moon Lee Center / For Asian Art And Culture". The address, hours, contact information, and sponsors such as "Bank of American" and the "San Francisco Chronicle" are listed to the left in the yellow column. There is a white strip at the bottom with logs for other organizations.
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