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Goodman Building (ad to save art space in San Francisco)

Stock #:  893
Publisher:  Produced by Red Pepper and the Goodman Group Inc.
Artist:  Janet Fries/Ted Milikin
Color:   Blacklight
Size:  18 1/4 x 24.5"
Year:  late 1960's or early 1970's
Condition:  2.0 (scuffmarks, small creasemarks) (condition info)
Description:  "A 108 year old victorian hotel. A space that spawns relationships. Bridging action, time and form. A landmark no. 71. A revolution. The community entering through a storefront art center. Learning, painting, printing, theater, film, exhibiting, intersecting. 25 art workers living anda creating together. Experimenting in interwork, interplay, interchange. A self-managed project. Asking questions from the whole. Acting in the world. A struggle to save the building from demolition. The community from dispersion. The development from developers. The whole from being broken. A convergence of economics and aesthetics. Of politics and poetry. Of the practical and ethical. Of idea, act and art." Then says in bold "I support the goodman building". Printed on heavy, matte stock.
Price:  $150.00