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'This design is a riff on the iconic "John & Paul & Ringo & George" Beatles t-shirt from 2001, and a reminder of the values we aspire to in our fight against inequality. As discussions around equality in society are becoming increasingly polarised and binary, it's easy to lose sight of what it is we're actually fighting for. The goal is a compelling future. A society that works for everyone. And such a society is not possible through more division. Only through Diversity, Equality, Inclusion and Empathy.' (Greg Bunbury)

Black Outdoor Art

London


Date

2021

Medium

large format print on paper

Measurements

H 304.8 x W 609.6 cm

Accession number

BOA_17

Acquisition method

commissioned, 2020

Work type

Print


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Black Outdoor Art

2 Princes Street, London, Greater London W1B 2LB England

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