Invitation

2010 (designed and printed)
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Private view invitation to Betye Saars exhibition 'Cage'.
The word cage is printed in raised text on the front of the card. Inside the exhibition opening details are printed on the left-hand side and in the centre a pop-up creates a three dimensional cage. The cage contains bones and a globe.


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Materials and Techniques
Cut paper, embossed and printed.
Brief Description
Print, private view invitation to Betye Saar exhibition, 'Cage' at the Michael Rosenfeld Gallery, 2010.
Physical Description
Private view invitation to Betye Saars exhibition 'Cage'.

The word cage is printed in raised text on the front of the card. Inside the exhibition opening details are printed on the left-hand side and in the centre a pop-up creates a three dimensional cage. The cage contains bones and a globe.
Dimensions
  • Card closed height: 20.3cm
  • Card closed width: 12.6cm
  • Card open height: 20.3cm
  • Card open width: 25.3cm
  • Card open depth: 4.4cm
  • Pop up section height: 18.3cm
  • Pop up section width: 8.9cm
  • Pop up section depth: 10.2cm
Content description
Private view invitation to Betye Saars exhibition 'Cage'.

The word cage is printed in raised text on the front of the card. Inside the exhibition opening details are printed on the left-hand side and in the centre a pop-up creates a three dimensional cage. The cage contains bones and a globe.
Credit line
Given by Martin Barnes
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Accession Number
E.655-2011

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record createdAugust 24, 2011
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