Old, Small, and “Fat” Televisions Are Dying out!

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Bill Wood, [Television cabinet with record player], 1966 (2010.14.17)

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Bruce Davidson, The New Jersey Meadows, 1965 (190.1975)

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Micha Bar-Am, Hotel Alexander, Beirut, 1982 (234.2002)

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Bernard Plossu, Pie de la cuesta, 1981 (238.1995)

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Hiroh Kikai, A man watching the horse races on his portable television set, 1999 (2007.76.2)

About Francesca Teodori

I live in New York, but I studied Contemporary Art in Italy and I specialized in Photo Archiving in Milan. Loving photography, I contribute writing, and publishing photos, to art magazines and daily newspapers. Working in art galleries in New York is challenging as making my own projects.
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One Response to Old, Small, and “Fat” Televisions Are Dying out!

  1. Ian says:

    I love “fat television” … pure poetry.

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