Ray Johnson Strips Whirled Unmatted PrintMUSEUM STORE PRODUCTS
Print developed from Ray Johnson’s Strips Whirled, about 1953-63, from The Art Institute of Chicago’s collection.
“New York’s most famous unknown artist”—this was the moniker given to Ray Johnson in 1965. More than 50 years later, he is equally remembered for his meticulous collages, his foundational role in the development of mail art, and his early proximity to movements such as Pop, Fluxus, and Conceptual Art.
- Print Reproduction
- Image size: 10.875 x 10.8125 in.
- Poster size: 12 x 12 in.
- Materials: Premium Cardstock