Collection Artwork
Erika Rothenberg (born New York, New York, 1950)
Surviving TV
1988
diptych, acrylic, vinyl on canvas
larger canvas size: 40 x 54 in.
smaller canvas size: 11 1/2 x 14 1/2 in.
overall size: 40 x 69 1/2 in.
Gift of Peter Norton
2015.26.16a-b
Larger canvas: Signed, dated, and inscribed, canvas verso, upper left: Erika Rothenberg 1988 / “Surviving TV” / part I of II
Larger canvas: Labels adhered, verso, horizontal stretcher bar, from L.A. Packing, Crating, and Transport (3 labels); Contemporary Installations, Inc.; The Collection of Peter Norton; and Rosamund Felsen Gallery
Smaller canvas: Signed, dated, and inscribed, canvas verso, center: Erika Rothenberg / 1988 / “Surviving TV” / part II of II / [drawing of two adjacent rectangles, a larger one on left labeled “I” and smaller one on right labeled “II”]
Smaller canvas: Labels adhered, verso, stretcher frame, from L.A. Packing, Crating, and Transport (3 labels); Contemporary Installations, Inc.; The Collection of Peter Norton; and Rosamund Felsen Gallery

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