[New York]: The Artist, 1979. Four sheets, each 8 1/2 x 11", collage, marker, and offset printing. Each signed by the artist at verso. Four very early works by Rothenberg, dating from the late 1970's and the 1980's - years in which she was an important part of the downtown arts scene associated with COLAB and the Guerrilla Girls. These works critique the political scene at the dawn of the 1980's as well as the role of the human in an increasingly automated and computerized world. "Computer Designs the Coziest Possible Room" is assigned the date of 1979 on the artists' website, and is entirely offset printed. The other three examples, including Launch/Lunch, a version of which was exhibited in 1982 at Ronald Feldman Fine Arts, all have paper collage elements, and are possibly maquettes; the latter is visually different from the example pictured on the artists' website. Small pinholes at tips from being posted, not affecting images; small area of dampstaining to one poster; collage element loose from one poster, but still present; very good.
(Inventory #: 25185)
Counter-culture, avant-garde and social movements, and the history of independent publishing.
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