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Thursday, September 9, 2010

Who Is Responsible For This Masterpiece?

VIA Vandalog

Gaia over at Vandalog just posted this image. It is fantastic as far as I'm concerned. Fittingly enough Gaia has asked for my assistance in figuring out the artist and I must say it is definitely before my time. That corner, Houston and Broadway, hasnt had a newsstand or small billboards on it since I can remember. Does anyone have any idea who might be responsible for this fantastic work? Some bizarre Daniel Buren one off where he decided for a moment to give up the stripes for text in response to Jenny Holzer?

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Blogger Unknown said...

Joseph Kosuth
Text / Context, NY
May 26 – June 16, 1979

via Leo Castelli Gallery

Blogger Jordan Seiler said...

WOW, will that was fast. I'm Impressed. Did you see we used your template for TOSAT? cant thank you enough.


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