Collection Artwork
2016 14 78 pr w01
Corita Kent (Fort Dodge, Iowa, 1918 – 1986, Boston, Massachusetts)
i love you very [photomechanical transfer]
1971
ink on acetate
Hambly Studios (Santa Clara, California, established 1959 – 2012)
acetate sheet size: 22 7/8 x 22 7/8 in.
Gift of Harry Hambly, serigrapher, Hambly Studios
printed in Santa Clara, California, United States, North America
2016.14.78
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Jeffrey Gibson on Inspiration from Corita Kent
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Interview
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Bernardo Ramirez Rios on Sister Corita Kent & Chicano/a Art in Los Angeles
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Molly Channon on Corita Kent’s G O greatest show of worth, 1968
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Pattern by Emma Fritschel ’19
Inspired by the exhibition Twice Drawn
The Tang Pattern Project began in 2017 with research on cultural institutions’ branding by Design Intern Mallika Acharya ’18. It progressed into a collaboration organized by Head of Design Jean Tschanz-Egger with past and current Tang Design Interns to propose a Tang Museum branding refresh. Their new patterns draw inspiration from the Museum’s exhibition history.