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MAD Fold-In: “What is the Most Explicitly Taught Subject in the Whole World?”

A work made of opaque watercolor on paper board, with a collage of cut and pasted text, printed red mylar, watercolor on white wove paper, and plastic film.

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  • A work made of opaque watercolor on paper board, with a collage of cut and pasted text, printed red mylar, watercolor on white wove paper, and plastic film.

Date:

June 1974

Artist:

Al Jaffee
American, born 1921

About this artwork

Status

Currently Off View

Department

Prints and Drawings

Artist

Al Jaffee

Title

MAD Fold-In: “What is the Most Explicitly Taught Subject in the Whole World?”

Place

United States (Object made in)

Date

1974

Medium

Opaque watercolor on paper board, with a collage of cut and pasted text, printed red mylar, watercolor on white wove paper, and plastic film

Dimensions

535 x 420 mm (sight)

Credit Line

Gift of Dr. and Mrs. Lewis H. Kaminester

Reference Number

2021.341

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