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First Impressions

Artist
Jenny Holzer
Date
1989
Publisher
Walker Art Center
Format
Posters
Details
Poster
Size
56 × 76 cm
Description

“Abuse of power comes as no surprize,” the first statement written bold black on this Holzer’s exhibition at Walker Art Center. Thirty-eight statements follow with equal intensity.

  1. First Impressions
 

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