Donald Lipski: Who’s Afraid of Red, White & Blue

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Published by FWM, 1991. Softcover. 32 pages / color.
ISBN: 0-9619760-0-5
Edited by Gerald Zeigerman


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Catalogue highlighting Donald Lipski’s 1990 exhibition Who’s Afraid of Red, White & Blue, in which Lipski used the American flag as his starting point to make a prolific series of sculptural projects. Using techniques of assemblage common to his oeuvre—such as wrapping, twisting, tying, and knotting—the artist worked with FWM to transform a shovel, a pair of scissors, a tree, and saw blades by wrapping them in American flags.

The catalogue includes a foreword from FWM founder Marion “Kippy” Stroud, an essay by John Yau, and an artist statement by Lipski.