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The American Military Casualties of the Second Gulf War for Whom Photographs Were Available as of November 7, 2006 Arranged by Attractiveness

Artist
Steve Reinke
Date
2006
Publisher
self published
Format
Posters
Details
Paper
Size
81 × 113 cm
Description

As the title is not at all misleading, a description would be somewhat redundant: 2,602 photographs, arranged in four fields on a poster. Steve Reinke once again introduces the tragic to the odd. From a signed and numbered edition.

  1. The American Military Casualties of the Second Gulf War for Whom
 

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