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WAS WAR WON poster
By Sterling Ruby
Located in New York, NY
Sterling Ruby Poster "Was War Won", 2017 Offset lithograph poster on card paper 27 x 21.5 Unframed This bold and dramatic poster on card was distributed exclusively by Gagosian Gallery at the NY Art Book Fair from September 22-24, 2017, to those who visited their project room T, MoMA PS1 (see additional installation photographs) Gagosian participated in the 2017 New York Art Book Fair, presenting a special project space conceived by Sterling Ruby, an artist in their stable. The project space examined the notion of war through a variety of publications and sculptural elements, including a newly released poster by Ruby, exclusively produced on occasion of the fair. Ruby's poster, which reads WAS WAR WON, was displayed throughout the immersive environment of red, green, and black, and was available for free to visitors. In addition, specially fabricated structures were created to hold a uniquely curated selection of books...
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2010s Contemporary Sterling Ruby Art

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Offset

Carvings 1-5
By Sterling Ruby
Located in New York, NY
Carvings 1-5 by Sterling Ruby is one work in five parts of images of tree carvings. Sold as a set of five only, each work is 36 x 36 inches, framed by the artist in a deep mahogan...
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Early 2000s Abstract Sterling Ruby Art

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EXHM (3839)
By Sterling Ruby
Located in San Francisco, CA
Collage and urethane on cardboard
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2010s Sterling Ruby Art

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