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#14416

Jim Shaw: The Wig Museum

Artist
Jim Shaw
Price
$45.00
Date
2019
Publisher
Marciano Art Foundation
Format
Catalogues
ISBN
9780999221501
Genre
Contemporary Art
Description

The inaugural exhibition of the Marciano Art Foundation, Jim Shaw: The Wig Museum highlights Shaw’s (born 1952) career-long engagement with America’s diverse histories. The Los Angeles local used the enigmatic artifacts found during the transformation of the former Scottish Rite Masonic Temple where the foundation resides—stage sets, robes, costumes and wigs—to construct a metaphor for the wig-wearing masonic and judiciary Anglo-Saxon power that is coming to an end.

Cloth-bound, colour.

  1. The Wig Museum
 

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