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Faith Ringgold Tar Beach #2 Framed Print

$250 Non-Member
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Faith Ringgold Tar Beach #2 Framed Print

$250 Non-Member
$200 Member
Members save up to 20% & free shipping $35+

Color:  Multi

Item# 804000-804000 In Stock
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This print features a reproduction of Tar Beach #2 (1990) by Faith Ringgold, an artist with work in MoMA's collection. It’s mounted and laminated for protection from dust and UV rays, and floated in a hand-stained, black, 2"-deep frame made from ash wood grown in sustainable forests. Hanging kit included.

  • Size
    18h x 17w x 2"d
  • Material
    Paper, wood
  • Origin
    Canada
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Faith Ringgold
Faith Ringgold

Born in Harlem, New York City in 1930, Faith Ringgold is an American painter, writer, mixed media sculptor and performance artist. For decades, her work has addressed Black and feminist issues in America. She began painting in the 1950s, producing work that was inspired by the writings of James Baldwin and Amiri Bakara, African art, Impressionism and Cubism. Her 1967 painting American People Series #20: Die, a work in MoMA's collection, confronts race relations in the U.S. in the 1960s by evoking the riots that were then erupting around the country. Ringgold's work has been featured in several MoMA exhibitions, including Around “Les Demoiselles d'Avignon” (2019–2021) and Progressions: A Cultural Legacy (1986).

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