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Laura Calvi
Artists' Books

With this T-shirt, Calvi reverses, lifts and disperses conventional expectations and perceptions of the artist as someone especially endowed with a unique virtuosity – one separated and elevated from the everyday person, and often sequestered to conjure something out of and with nothing. Every individual is their own ultimate medium.

Various colours: orange, black, green, fuschia, dark red, grey, beige with blue or red text. Styles: women and men’s fine jersey short-sleeve t-shirt and women’s baby rib basic short-sleeve t-shirt. Sizes: S, M, L,

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