Paul Kos

American (Rock Springs, Wyoming, 1942)

Tokyo Rose

1975-1976
installation | galvanized steel screen and framing with video on monitor
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  • Tokyo Rose

    Paul Kos, Tokyo Rose, 1975-1976; galvanized steel screen and framing with video on monitor, 120 in. x 124 in. x 304 in. (304.8 cm x 314.96 cm x 772.16 cm); Collection SFMOMA, Performance and script: Marlene Kos. Purchase with the aid of the T. B. Walker Foundation Fund; © Paul Kos


120 in. x 124 in. x 304 in. (304.8 cm x 314.96 cm x 772.16 cm)
Acquired 1976
Collection SFMOMA
Performance and script: Marlene Kos. Purchase with the aid of the T. B. Walker Foundation Fund
© Paul Kos
76.45.A-CCC

Tags

environments, rooms, flytrap, seduction


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