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Title
The History of Chinese Painting and the History of Modern Western Art Washed in the Washing Machine for Two Minutes
Date
1987/1993
Dimensions
overall 30.25 × 19 × 27.5 inches
Materials
Chinese teabox, paper pulp, glass
Location
Not on view

Object Details

Type
Sculpture
Accession Number
2001.125.1-.2
Edition
N.A.
Physical Description
The pulp remains of two books washed in a washing machine on an irregularly broken sheet of glass. The glass sits across the top of an open wooden Chinese tea box.
Credit Line
T. B. Walker Acquisition Fund, 2001