Gallery 98

Art Ephemera 1963 – 2001

From the Exhibition: Colette: On the Streets and in the Clubs, 1972 – 1985

Colette, Portfolio of Oversized Postcards, (4), Signed by the Artist, 1978

Set of 4 over-sized, photographic postcards: Ragdoll, 1975, signed by the artist on front. Let Them Eat Cake, 1977, signed by the artist on back. Clearance Sale, 1977, signed by the artist on back. Justine and the Victorian Punks, 1978, signed by the artist on back. Archival offset prints, 12 x 10 in. (each).

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Colette, Rag Doll

Ragdoll, 1975

 

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Signature detail on Ragdoll

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Back of Ragdoll

Colette, Let Them Eat Cake

Let Them Eat Cake 1977

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Signature on back of Let Them Eat Cake

Colette, Clearance Sale

Clearance Sale, 1977

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Signature on back of Clearance Sale

 

Colette and the Victorian Punks

Justine and the Victorian Punks, 1978

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Signature on back of Justine and the Victorian Punks

Colette originally created this portfolio of images as an affordable collectible.  It was one of a number of art products that she made in 1978 that connected with her theory of “reverse pop.”  Pop Art selected items from popular culture and transformed them into art.  Colette strove for the reverse; to interject her art into popular culture by making it affordable for the masses.

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From the Exhibition: Colette: On the Streets and in the Clubs, 1972 – 1985

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