"Untitled #32 (A Decorated Chronology of Insistence and Resignation)" (1994)

"Untitled #32 (A Decorated Chronology of Insistence and Resignation)," 1994
Acrylic, enamel, and glitter on panel, 84 x 60 inches. Private collection. Photo by Douglas M. Parker Studio.
Courtesy the artist and Regen Projects, Los Angeles.

"For me, craft has always been an ideological component in the work because it’s about a type of focus and social comportment that usually isn’t expected of a male. There’s a dutifulness that historically has been referenced or attributed to females, so I’ve always seen my devotion to craft as a type of protest."

- Lari Pittman

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