London, South Kensington
30 April 2009
I DONT CARE. I DONT CARE. I DONT CARE.
(Steven Parrino, written on the walls of CAN, Le Centre d'art de Neuchâtel, Switzerland, 1998).
Steven Parrino (1958-2005)
Untitled #3, Amphetamine Monster-Mill
signed and dated 'Steven Parrino '95' (on the reverse)
black and white photograph collage, duct tape, marker pen and silver push pins on board
10¾ x 11¾in. (27.3 x 29.9cm.)
Executed in 1995
Art & Public, Geneva.
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