Geoffrey Sonnabend: Obliscence T-shirt

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In 1936, Geoffrey Sonnabend returned from Iguazu, Argentina to study in Evanston, Illinois, where he began work on his magnum opus, Obliscence: Theories of Forgetting and the Problem of Matter. This garment bears the diagrammatic culmination of Sonnabend's life's work. More information on this exhibit from the Museum's Foundation Collection can be found here.

Black imprint on jersey tee; image measures approximately 9.5 x 10 inches. A small, 1-inch version of the Museum's "Mr. J" logo is printed on the back, just below the collar. Sizes small to extra-large are of ultra-soft combed cotton, with a "fitted" cut. Size double-extra-large is of heavyweight cotton and has a full, boxy cut. Please note that the color of this shirt may vary between white, light butter yellow, and light taupe (natural) depending on the size. If you are concerned about color, please contact us before ordering.

Geoffrey Sonnabend
Obliscence: Theories of Forgetting and the Problem of Matter

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