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General Idea (Ghent Poodle) exhibition poster

Artist
General Idea
Date
1984
Format
Posters
Size
67 × 80 cm
Description

The General Idea Ghent Poodle image is based on the rampant lion from the flag of the Belgian city of Ghent.

During General Idea’s exhibition at the Museum Van Hedendaagse Kunst in 1984, the artists replaced Ghent’s civic flags with their own ‘Ghent Poodle’ flags. The poodle image was then published by the museum on various objects and ephemera to accompany the exhibition.

The poster features an image of the ‘Ghent Poodle’ along with some exhibition info. Text in Flemish.

  1. General Idea (Ghent Poodle) exhibition poster
 

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