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Checklist of the Exhibition

All works are courtesy of the artists unless indicated otherwise. Dimensions are given in inches (L X W X D) with exceptions noted.

Works by Progenitor Artists

Robert Frank
1924 Zurich, Switzerland - 2019, Nova Scotia, Canada

Parade, Hoboken, New Jersey, 1955
©Andrea Frank Foundation, from The Americans

Jasper Johns
b. 1930 Augusta, Georgia

Three Flags, 1958
Encaustic on canvas
Overall: 30 5/8 x 45 1/2 x 4 5/8
acc. # 80.32
Whitney Museum of American Art
Purchase, with funds from the Gilman Foundation, Inc., The Lauder Foundation, A. Alfred Taubman,
Laura-Lee Whittier Woods, Howard Lipman, and Ed Downe in honor of the Museum's 50th Anniversary

© 2020 Jasper Johns/Licensed by VAGA at Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York

Faith Ringgold
b. 1930 Harlem, New York, New York

Freedom of Speech, 1990
Acrylic and graphite on paper
24 x 35 3/4
acc. # 2001.288
The Metropolitan Museum of Art
Purchase, Gift of Hyman N. Glickstein, by exchange, 2001

© 2020 Faith Ringgold/Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York, Courtesy ACA Galleries, New York

Works by the Contemporary Cohort of Artists

1. Janie Cohen
We Hold These Truths, 2018
Cloth, thread, ink, majorette's baton
38 x 39 x 2 1/2
Collection Leslie and Nick Ward MA '74
Photo credit: Lindsay Raymondjack

2. Dave Cole
a. American Flag (Bullets), 2013
Recovered bullets and bullet fragments
23 x 44 x 4
Photo credit: Stewart Clements Photography

b. American Flag (Lead), 2013
Pure lead sheet with stainless steel cable, hand-sewn
42 1/4 x 80 x 3
Photo credit: Stewart Clements Photography

c. The Knitting Machine, 2005
Functional installation with acrylic felt and excavators
Made possible with the support of John Deere, Schmidt Equipment, Foss Engineered Non-Woven
Textiles, National Grid, Mass MoCA, and The Steel Yard, Providence.
Photo credit: Arjen Noordeman, MASS MoCA

d. Landfill Flag #1, 2020
Found flag mounted to linen
41 x 57 1/2
Photo credit: Dave Cole

3. Liz Collins and Gary Graham as Griz design label
Pride Dress
From the collection "Seven Deadly Sins" series, 2003
Cotton, synthetic fiber, wool; plain weave, machine knit-grafted
109 inches (center back length)
Courtesy of the RISD Museum, Providence, RI
Gift of Liz Collins and Gary Graham 2008.75.1

4. Tasha Dougé
Rhode to Brown, 2020
HD Video, Color, Sound
10:48

5. Elizabeth Duffy
Unraveling: Suit with Lapel Pin, 2020
Photo collage mounted on Hahnemühle Photo Rag
17 1/2 x 14
Photo credit: Elizabeth Duffy

6. Gary Graham and Liz Collins as Griz design label
Pride Dress
From the collection "Seven Deadly Sins" series, 2003
Cotton, synthetic fiber, wool; plain weave, machine knit-grafted
109 inches (center back length)
Courtesy of the RISD Museum, Providence, RI
Gift of Liz Collins and Gary Graham 2008.75.1

7. Barbara Kruger
Untitled (Questions), 1990/2018
exterior paint
30 feet x 191 feet
On view October 20, 2018–November 2020 at The Geffen Contemporary at MOCA, photo by Elon Schoenholz
Courtesy of Barbara Kruger and the Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles

8. Vanessa Leroy
Altar of Stars, 2015
Digital inkjet print
27 x 20 (1-inch borders included)
Photo credit: Vanessa Leroy

9. Jessica Deane Rosner
American Slinky, 2004
Colored ink on paper
8 x 5 1/2
Photo credit: Jessica Deane Rosner

10. Edwin Schlossberg
United States of America, 1983 (in four parts)
Ink, pencil, crayon and Liquid Crystal paint on paper
30 1/2 x 40 each
Edwin Schlossberg and The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York

11. Adrienne Sloane
a. At the End of My Rope, 2019
knit cotton, rope 57 (top of the noose) x 14 1/2
Photo credit: Adrienne Sloane

b. The Unraveling, 2017 ff.
hand-knit cotton, poly and cotton fabrics
with copy of U.S. Constitution printed on fabric
73 x 38 x 8
Photo credit: Adrienne Sloane

c. Video compilation, Color, Sound, 1:62
Senator William N. Brownsberger, President Pro Tempore of the Massachusetts Senate, making remarks on The Unraveling in his office, Boston State House, 2020 and The Unraveling at the Fuller Craft Museum, Brockton, Massachusetts, 2018

12. WORK/PLAY (Danielle and Kevin McCoy)
a. Everything is ALT Right, 2017
Fabric ink, U.S. Flag, t-pins
3 feet x 5 feet
Photo credit: WORK/PLAY

b. Statelessness, 2017
Fabric ink, ripstop, grommets, pole, wall-mount, painted finial
30 x 60
Photo credit: Silvia Beatriz Abissab

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