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DONNA JOAN BORUP Wedding of Iggie and Sylvie - 1970's


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  • Product description

    Circa the 1970’s, this framed silkscreen by Donna Joan Borup uses bright, blocked tones of green, blue, orange, yellow, white and black to create a wedding scene. Two rows of soldiers create a tunnel of swords. Groups of women on either side similarly hold their hands in the air. The bride and groom start their journey down the tunnel, their child-like stature surely a political commentary on the conventions of marriage. Annotations next to the couple indicate Iggie and Sylvie, and is repeated on the mat surrounding the piece.

    About the Artist:
    Donna Joan Borup
    is an artist trained in graphic design and silkscreening who landed herself on the FBI most wanted list after blinding a cop with acid during an anti-apartheid demostration at JFK International Airport in 1981. Known to have a photographic memory, the ability to speed read, and an IQ of 164, Borup was nothing short of a radical genius. She failed to appear to her trial and has been missing ever since. Prior to her career as an activist and revolutionary, Borup worked as an artist.

    This piece is just one of hundreds of pieces of art that are available at our location in Grandview! Come in today and see the full collection.



    ZHME 100

  • Product condition

    Great condition.

  • Product Size

    37.5"W x 19.5"H