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Who Made Your Shoes?
Maker: Alejandro Lopez; Camilla Wycoco; Chantá Hardy; Tyi Green; Bread and Roses Cultural Project, Inc.; High School of Graphic Communication Arts
Date Made: 1999
Place Made: United States: New York, New York
Measurements: 43.5 cm x 61 cm; 17 1/8 in x 24 in
Main Subject: Labor
Materials: paper (fiber product); wrapped, corners
Who Made Your Shoes? An exhibition by New York Public School Students and 1199's Bread and Roses Cultural Project May 20 - June 20, 1999 Gallery 1199 310 West 43rd Street NYC Supported in part by New York City Department of Cultural Affairs, UNITE! And the NYS Labor-Religion Coalition Artist: Camilla Wycoco, LaGuardia. Text Design: Alejandro Lopez, Chantá Hardy, Tyi Green Participating Schools: Art and Design, ArtsConnection, Graphic Arts, LaGuardia, Manhattan New School-East, Martin Luther King, P.S. 113, Washington Irving. Printed by the Students of The High School of Graphic Communication Arts To find out more about Sweatshops write Sweatfree New York Schools Campaign by NYS Labor-Religion Coalition, 159 Wolf Road, Albany, New York 12205, (518) 459-5400. UNITE's Stop Sweatshops Campaign, 1710 Broadway, New York, NY 10019, (212) 265-7000 ext. 821, www.uniteunion.org
Acquisition Number: 1999-147
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