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J. Seidman Graphic Work

A work made of screenprint in black and brown on white wove paper.

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  • A work made of screenprint in black and brown on white wove paper.




Judy A. Seidman
American, born 1951, active in Botswana and South Africa

About this artwork

This poster advertises an early solo exhibition of the work of Judy Seidman at the National Museum and Art Gallery in Gaborone. A prominent member of Medu’s graphics unit, Seidman developed a distinctive, boldly rendered figurative style that makes it easy to discern many of the posters for which she was lead designer throughout this exhibition. In addition to working as a graphic designer, Seidman continues to share the history of the apartheid struggle and raise the consciousness of future generations through her writing and community arts initiatives in South Africa.


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Judy Ann Seidman


J. Seidman Graphic Work


South Africa (Artist's nationality:)

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Screenprint in black and brown on white wove paper


61 × 43 cm (24 1/16 × 16 15/16 in.)

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Gift of Artworkers Retirement Society

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