Chris Ofili

British (Manchester, England, 1968)

Princess of the Posse

1999
painting | acrylic, collage, glitter, resin, map pins, and elephant dung on canvas
Now on view in the exhibition Gorgeous at Asian Art Museum
  • Princess of the Posse

    Chris Ofili, Princess of the Posse, 1999; acrylic, collage, glitter, resin, map pins, and elephant dung on canvas, 96 in. x 72 in. (243.84 cm x 182.88 cm); Collection SFMOMA, John Caldwell, Curator of Painting and Sculpture, 1989-93, Fund for Contemporary Art purchase; © Chris Ofili - Afroco and Victoria Miro Gallery


96 in. x 72 in. (243.84 cm x 182.88 cm)
Acquired 2000
Collection SFMOMA
John Caldwell, Curator of Painting and Sculpture, 1989-93, Fund for Contemporary Art purchase
© Chris Ofili - Afroco and Victoria Miro Gallery
2000.40.A-C

Tags

women, popular culture, Queen Latifah, singers, songs, psychedelic, dung, glitter


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