Palm Beach Modern Auctions
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Sat, Apr 23, 2022 12:00PM EDT
Lot 144

Barry McGee Deitch Projects Exhibition Poster

Estimate: $300 - $500

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Artist/Designer; Manufacturer: Barry McGee (b. 1966)
Marking(s); notes: marking(s); 2005
Country of origin; materials: American; screenprint poster
Dimensions (H, W, D): 17.75"h, 17.75"w; 20.25"h, 20.25"w frame
Additional Information: Screenprint poster was made for the 2005 "One More Thing" exhibition of Barry McGee's work presented by Deitch Projects. As described in the Jeffrey Deitch Archives, the Deitch show was the third venue in a series of McGee's exhibitions that "brought his own world into the gallery: his community of friends (an important presence in the exhibition through photos, drawings, mannequins, and their active participation in the installation process itself), the haunting presence of hobos and outcasts, whose sagging faces appeared on the walls or covered empty bottles, the cast-off material from the street where graffiti artists went out to leave their marks." (source:

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very good, not examined outside frame (condition of art only, frame with minor wear and a few small chips to finish)

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