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What draws me to this artwork is its playful and irreverent character toward historical and contemporary art and also its technique of screen-printing – a technique that’s reproducible and democratic.

Beatriz Mulligan, Gallery Guide and Front Desk Associate at the Nasher Museum

Esta obra me atrae por su carácter lúdico e irreverente al arte histórico y al arte contemporáneo y porque también usa una técnica como la serigrafía, que es una técnica reproducible y democrática

Beatriz Mulligan


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Watch The Art Minute featuring Beatriz Mulligan, Gallery Guide and Front Desk Associate, talking about one of her favorite screenprints by The Bruce High Quality Foundation.
 
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The Bruce High Quality Foundation, Raft of the Medusa, 2013. Screenprint and acrylic paint on canvas, 71 1⁄2 × 71 1⁄2 inches (181.6 × 181.6 cm). Collection of the Nasher Museum of Art at Duke University. Gift of Vito Schnabel Projects, 2018.11.1. © BHQF. Courtesy Vito Schnabel Projects, New York. Photo by Peter Paul Geoffrion.

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