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Your House is Mine [Poster Artists Combating Homelessness, Documenting a Social Movement.].

New York: Bulletspace, etc. 1991. First edition. Limited to 150 copies, the numbered limitation is in white ink on the black rubber wrapper. Each poster is signed by the artist. Printed at Bullet Space, an anarchist, squatter community since 1982, The Lower East Side Workshop, Black Cat Printshop, Cooper Union, and the Brandywine Workshop, and funded by Art Matters, Artist Space, Northstar Fund, and the Andy Warhol Foundation, the 32 silkscreened posters printed by hand on Mohawk vellum paper are each signed by the artist. The artists include: Paul Castrucci, John Fekner, Stash Two, Tom McGliynn & Emily Carter, Day Gleeson & Dennis Tomas, Nadia Coen, Anton Von Dalen, Juan Sanchez, Martin Wong, Miguel Pinero & Andrew Castrucci, Betzaida Concepcion, Seth Tobocman, Sabrina Jones, Red Rodriguez, Marguerite Van Cooke & James Romberger, Neighborhood News, David Wojnarowicz, Lee Quinones & Eduardo Galleano, Lady Pink, Sebastian Schroeder, Missing Foundation, Salter Sipser, Bruce Witsiepe, Will Sales, Vincent Galgliostro and Avram Finkelstein, and Eric Drooker. "This project is a collection of images and texts concerning the broad and essential issue of housing on the Lower East Side [of Manhattan]". Many of the artists have become well known in recent years, with their works represented in collections at the Museum of Modern Art, the Metropolitan Museum of Art, the Whitney Museum of American Art, the Museum of the City of New York, El Museo del Barrio, and the Brooklyn Museum among others. Several of the artists have emerged as major figures in the Graffiti Art Movement. A very fine copy of this landmark collection. Elephant folio, 32 original color and black & white silkscreened posters, original wooden boards lettered in paint, rubber hinges, bolted spine, boards & spine covered in lead, publisher's rubber outer wrapper.

Price: $12,000.00

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