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Images of Ray Yoshida, Analogies #3
Ray Yoshida, American, 1930–2009
Watercolor on torn paper mounted on paper
29 5/8 × 21 5/8 in. (75.2 × 54.9 cm)
Collection Museum of Contemporary Art Chicago, Gift of Albert J. Bildner, 1974.9
Photo: Nathan Keay
© MCA Chicago
Direct Message: Art, Language, and Power
Seven black-and-white illustrations hang on a white wall. While some depict what appears to be im...
Seven black-and-white illustrations hang on a white wall. While some depict what appears to be images of violence, others show mundane objects like a bed, cart, and raft.
Untitled (Conduit Figure)
Untitled (Rust Background)