Gilbert Proesch

British, born Italy (Dolomites, Italy, 1943)

George Passmore

British (Plymouth, England, 1942)

SUCK

1977
photograph | gelatin silver prints with water-based dye
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    Gilbert Proesch, George Passmore, SUCK, 1977; gelatin silver prints with water-based dye, 94 7/8 in. x 79 1/8 in. (240.98 cm x 200.98 cm); Collection SFMOMA, Gift of Vicki and Kent Logan; © Gilbert & George


94 7/8 in. x 79 1/8 in. (240.98 cm x 200.98 cm)
Acquired 1997
Collection SFMOMA
Gift of Vicki and Kent Logan
© Gilbert & George
97.725.A-P

Tags

grids, photographs, black, white, red, graffiti, text, Dirty Words series, men, homeless, stock exchanges, traders


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