A Book: All the Flags For Today; Borge, Olaf; ca. 1970; 1972:0096:0016

From

Nathan Lyons Research Center, Visual Studies Workshop

Name/Title

A Book: All the Flags For Today

About this object

An advertisement for the non-existent book All the Flags For Today. Book purports to compile the "Today's Flag" section from the Chicago Tribune for April 4, 1969 into perpetuity. The Today's Flag section consisted of a photo of an American flag flying somewhere in Chicago.

Place Made

Chicago, IL

Place Notes

Made as part of a collaboration between the School of the Art Institute of Chicago and the Advance Screen Company.

Maker

Borge, Olaf

Maker Role

Printer

Format

Print

Date Made

ca. 1970

Medium and Materials

Screen print.

Inscription and Marks

verso: [pencil] .A784 me.1verso: [pencil] 72:0096:16

Measurements

16.5 cm x 12.2 cm (image)

38 cm x 37.9 cm (sheet)

Subject and Association Description

Part of a portfolio of screen prints organized by Sonia Sheridan in 1970. The portfolio is a collaboration between the School of the Art Institute of Chicago and the Advance Screen Company. Olaf Borge was a graduate of as well as teacher at the Art Institute of Chicago.

Subject and Association Keywords

1970s

Subject and Association Keywords

Sonia Sheridan

Subject and Association Keywords

Screen Prints

Subject and Association Keywords

Art Institute of Chicago

Subject and Association Keywords

Chicago

Subject and Association Keywords

Olaf Borge

Subject and Association Keywords

American Flag

Object Type

Screen Print

Object number

1972:0096:0016

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