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Art & Design Study Collection, James Smith Pierce Collection
UND Art Collections Repository
Norman B. Colp was born in 1944 in New York, NY and passed away in 2007. He is best known for his photography skills, photographic artist's book, and a publicly installed poem titled The Commuter's Lament-A Close Shave commissioned by the NYC MTA. This poem is mounted in sections on the overhead beams at the 42nd St. station to the Times Square subway station.
Artists' Postcards Series II
Postcard contains 16 photographs of smoke stacks spewing out steam on a blue sky.
UND Art Collections owns 89 copies of this postcard.
Text in upper left hand corner of postcard:
Norman B. Colp
Steam: My View fro P.S.1 (a flip-book)
© Artists' Postcards 1978, N.Y.C.
Text in top center of postcard:
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Text in bottom left of postcard:
Exhibited at the Cooper-Hewitt Museum, the Smithsonian Institution's National Museum of Design, Fall 1978
Four address lines are located on the bottom right side of the postcard.
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