Read The New York Times Article By Randy Kennedy HERE, Outlaws at the Art Museum (and Not for a Heist).
"Carolyn Carr, the portrait gallery’s chief curator, said that the poster acquired by the museum — a 60-by-40-inch mixed-media collage that Mr. Fairey created after making the initial image — was a beautiful work of art. But she added that “one of the reasons the gallery acquired it is that the image — as opposed to the object — is ubiquitous and it became the image of the campaign.”
Listen to Shepard Fairey on NPR, Fresh Air fromWHYY Jan. 20, 2009
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