Ray Johnson, ‘Carl Andre's Brick (Carl and Ray's Prick)’, 1976, Hal Bromm
Ray Johnson, ‘Carl Andre's Brick (Carl and Ray's Prick)’, 1976, Hal Bromm
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Ray Johnson

Carl Andre's Brick (Carl and Ray's Prick), 1976

Ink, watercolor, and rubber stamp on brown craft paper
7 1/4 × 5 1/2 in
18.4 × 14 cm
On loan
location
New York, Milford
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Ray Johnson
American, 1927–1995
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Known for his innovative multimedia collages, multifaceted Neo-Dada and Pop artist Ray Johnson …

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Known for his innovative multimedia collages, multifaceted Neo-Dada and Pop artist Ray Johnson merged appropriated mass media content with his own painted forms, creating larger silhouetted images both surreal and yet recognizable for their component parts. Johnson was also a pioneer in the now worldwide “Mail Art” or …

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Ray Johnson, ‘Carl Andre's Brick (Carl and Ray's Prick)’, 1976, Hal Bromm
Ray Johnson, ‘Carl Andre's Brick (Carl and Ray's Prick)’, 1976, Hal Bromm
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Ray Johnson
American, 1927–1995
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Known for his innovative multimedia collages, multifaceted Neo-Dada and Pop artist Ray Johnson …

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Known for his innovative multimedia collages, multifaceted Neo-Dada and Pop artist Ray Johnson merged appropriated mass media content with his own painted forms, creating larger silhouetted images both surreal and yet recognizable for their component parts. Johnson was also a pioneer in the now worldwide “Mail Art” or …

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Ray Johnson

Carl Andre's Brick (Carl and Ray's Prick), 1976

Ink, watercolor, and rubber stamp on brown craft paper
7 1/4 × 5 1/2 in
18.4 × 14 cm
On loan
location
New York, Milford
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