%C2%A9 Estate Allan D%27Arcangelo %2F Licensed by VAGA at Artists Rights Society %28ARS%29%2C NY

Minnesota Morning, 1978

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Noted for his Pop-inspired imagery of iconic American highways and road signs, Allan D'Arcangelo's witty three-dimensional representation is an imaginary visualization of the open road as seen from the driver's seat. This stretch of Minnesota highway landscape, devoid of construction zones, pedestrians, potholes, or opposing traffic, is a driver's dream, a hyperreality simulation featuring an actual windshield wiper. Minnesota Morning was printed and fabricated at the Vermillion Editions Limited workshop in Minneapolis.

Minnesota Morning
Artist Life
Accession Number
Vermillion Editions Limited, Minneapolis; sold to MIA, 1983.
Catalogue Raisonne
VEL 72
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