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John McCracken, Black Box, ca. 1965, polyester resin on fiberglass and plywood, Gift of Karen and Harry Groth, © unknown, research required, 84.70.2

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Title

Black Box

Artist

John McCracken (American, 1934-2011)

Date

ca. 1965

Medium

polyester resin on fiberglass and plywood

Dimensions (H x W x D)

16 in x 16 in x 16 in

Collection Area

Modern and Contemporary Art

Category

Sculpture

Object Type

sculpture

Culture

American

Credit Line

Gift of Karen and Harry Groth

Accession Number

84.70.2

Copyright

© unknown, research required

Terms

fiberglass

plywood

resin

sculpture

Location

Jubitz Center for Modern and Contemporary Art

2nd Floor

John Kemp Family Gallery

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