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Title Works in Editions: Posters
Accession number MS2016.03
Object Name Manuscript
Series ID MS03.13
Parent Object ID MS03
Collection Faith Ringgold Study Room Collection
System of arrangement Binder sits in magazine holder on wall and contains photocopied images that were numbered by the artist, placed in plastic sleeves, and are arranged chronologically with the exception of 1 image (#07 Women Free Angela).
Description This gallery contains one binder created by Faith Ringgold that contains 26 images of posters created by her from 1970-2012. According to her memoir, posters are considered "political quasi-art form" that artists use to communicate messages to the people. Ringgold's first poster is called "Committee to Defend the Panthers." Other notable posters include "The People's Flag Show," "Angela Free Women Free Angela," "America free Angela free America," and "The United States of Attica."
Level Series
Date 1970-2012
Quantity 0
Containers The People's Flag Show
Committee To Defend the Panthers
All Power to the People
Woman Freedom Now
Woman Free Yourself
America Free Angela
Women Free Angela
The United States of Attica
Save Our Children in Atlanta
Twenty Years of Painting Sculpture Who's Afraid of Aunt Jemima?
Freedom of Speech
African American Women in Defense of Themselves
Women's Work Counts
New York is Book Country
The Black Family Dinner Quilt
Dancing at the Louvre
Pasadena City College, Artist in Residence March 6-10, 2000
Yes We Did
Yes We Did
Born in the USA
Mahalia We Love You
Romie We Love You
Channel Thirteen 50 YEARS 1962-2012
ACLU Defending Freedom Justice Liberty and Democracy
Myrah Brown Green We Love You
Red Nigger White Nigger Black Nigger