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Catherine Opie

Crenshaw HS Marching Band, 2010

Archival digital reproduction printed on acid-free 300 gsm rag paper, produced from a digital master created by the artist
22 × 28 in
55.9 × 71.1 cm
Edition of 120
This is part of a limited edition set.
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Opie produced this work in conjunction with her 2010 exhibition at LACMA, “Catherine Opie: Figure …

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Opie produced this work in conjunction with her 2010 exhibition at LACMA, “Catherine Opie: Figure and Landscape”. The photograph, like the show as a whole, focuses on high school football games as a means of exploring “masculinity, community, and national identity.”

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Signed and numbered by Catherine Opie on the front of the print; certificate of authenticity included
Catherine Opie
American, b. 1961
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Catherine Opie raised eyebrows with her early 1990s studio portraits of gay, lesbian, and …

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Catherine Opie raised eyebrows with her early 1990s studio portraits of gay, lesbian, and transgendered men and women associated with California’s sadomasochist leather subculture. Most jarring were two self-portraits showing self-inflicted wounds, respectively forming a child-like image of a house and two women …

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About the work

Opie produced this work in conjunction with her 2010 exhibition at LACMA, “Catherine Opie: Figure …

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Opie produced this work in conjunction with her 2010 exhibition at LACMA, “Catherine Opie: Figure and Landscape”. The photograph, like the show as a whole, focuses on high school football games as a means of exploring “masculinity, community, and national identity.”

Signature
Signed and numbered by Catherine Opie on the front of the print; certificate of authenticity included
Catherine Opie
American, b. 1961
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Catherine Opie raised eyebrows with her early 1990s studio portraits of gay, lesbian, and …

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Catherine Opie raised eyebrows with her early 1990s studio portraits of gay, lesbian, and transgendered men and women associated with California’s sadomasochist leather subculture. Most jarring were two self-portraits showing self-inflicted wounds, respectively forming a child-like image of a house and two women …

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Catherine Opie

Crenshaw HS Marching Band, 2010

Archival digital reproduction printed on acid-free 300 gsm rag paper, produced from a digital master created by the artist
22 × 28 in
55.9 × 71.1 cm
Edition of 120
This is part of a limited edition set.
Sold
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