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Fred Wilson
Something We May or May Not Know
(For Longwood Arts Project), 2006
Pigment Inkjet Print
On Somerset Velvet Paper
30" x 22", unframed
Signed Edition of 40
$1,500
Printed by Pamplemousse Press
Published by Pace Prints
Courtesy the Artist and
The Bronx Council on the Arts

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This new print by Fred Wilson is the first in a series of limited edition works of art produced by the Bronx Council on the Arts in collaboration with international artists and galleries. Something juxtaposes image and text.  Wilson reworks a photograph from his 7th grade class from Junior High School 82 in the Bronx by scattering the faces of his classmates along dates of historical events in 1967.

To place an order for this print, please contact Longwood Arts Project at (718) 518-6728, or complete the following ORDER FORM and send with payment (check, money order, visa, m/c, amex) to:

 
Artist Limited Editions
c/o Bronx Council on the Arts
1738 Hone Avenue
Bronx, New York 10461
 

 

 

 

South Bronx Contemporary Longwood Arts Project's 25th Anniversary
December 6, 2006 - March 10, 2007

Longwood Art Gallery @ Hostos presents Four Exhibits by Four Longwood Curators, Black Now curated by Fred Wilson, Street Disturbance curated by Betti-Sue Hertz, Iconoclasmic curated by Eddie Torres and Everyday Is Like Sunday curated by Edwin Ramoran
Longwood's Four Curators: Pictured (r. to l.) Fred Wilson (1981-1992), Betti-Sue Hertz (1992-1999), Edwin Ramoran (Longwood's current curator), and Eddie Torres (1999-2002).

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