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Boy in His Bedroom with Model of Kandahar, Afghanistan, Watertown, Massachusetts, from the series Perfectible Worlds

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Sage Sohier, Boy in His Bedroom with Model of Kandahar, Afghanistan, Watertown, Massachusetts, from the series Perfectible Worlds, 2001, chromogenic print, The Blue Sky Gallery Collection; Gift of James and Susan Winkler, © Sage Sohier, 2008.29.12

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Title

Boy in His Bedroom with Model of Kandahar, Afghanistan, Watertown, Massachusetts, from the series Perfectible Worlds

Related Titles

series title: Perjectile Worlds

Artist

Sage Sohier (American, born 1954)

Date

2001

Medium

chromogenic print

Dimensions (H x W x D)

image: 17 1/2 in x 21 15/16 in; sheet: 20 in x 24 in

Inscriptions & Markings

title: Boy with scale model of Kandahar, Afghanistan; Watertown, MA, 2001 From the series "Perjectile Worlds", black ink, verso, bottom edge, center

signature: Sage Sohier (copyright symbol) 2001, black ink, verso, lower left corner

Collection Area

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Category

Photographs

Object Type

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Culture

American

Credit Line

The Blue Sky Gallery Collection; Gift of James and Susan Winkler

Accession Number

2008.29.12

Copyright

© Sage Sohier

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