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Poster, Bela Bartok/George Crumb, 1990–95

This is a Poster. It was designed by Barry Deck. It is dated 1990–95 and we acquired it in 1996. Its medium is screen print, paper. It is a part of the Drawings, Prints, and Graphic Design department.

This object was donated by Barry Deck. It is credited Gift of Barry Deck.

Its dimensions are

46.0 x 61.4 cm (18 1/8 x 24 3/16 in. )

It is signed

Imprinted in black, inside white text box at top left (in inverse): "DESIGN_BARRY DECK [COMPOSTMODERNE].

It is inscribed

Imprinted in black, top right: "SONATA FOR TWO PIANOS AND PERCUSSIONS" forming ellipse. Imprinted in black, right center: "SPACE TERRIFIES ME THE ETERNAL SILENCE OF INFINITE". Imprinted in white, starting from top right corner: "PIANIST" (in vertical) "NICKI RAY________GLORIA CHENG_________" (in horizontal and connects to "PIANIST"). Imprinted in white, left center: "MUSIC PERFORMANCE" (in horizontal)/ [PERCUSSION]" (in vertical)" "__BARRY LARKIN___MARK NICOLAM/CRUMB" with "George" superimposed over last name in black (in horizontal). Imprinted in distortion with olive in white, lower left: "A SUMMER EVENING MUSIC FOR" (in curve).

Cite this object as

Poster, Bela Bartok/George Crumb, 1990–95; Designed by Barry Deck ; USA; screen print, paper; 46.0 x 61.4 cm (18 1/8 x 24 3/16 in. ); Gift of Barry Deck; 1996-75-2

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