Black knit sweater with red cuffs at the end of the sleeves. The front of the sweater has, designed in red, the words What's All This Talk About Dying for Revolution? with several lines of stylized figures marching underneath, and at the bottom of the sweater the words Bring the War Home. The back of the sweater has, designed in red, stylized figures marching around the words Live for It, with the words Power to the People at the bottom of the sweater.
Black knit skirt. The bottom of the skirt has a border of, designed in red, words that read Bring the War Home Power to the People, with a line of stylized marching figures underneath, and a thin line of white at the skirt's hem.
signed, dated, stamped and numbered out of 10 on mount verso
71.12 cm x 71.12 cm (28 in. x 28 in.)
A large ship sail against a cloud-filled sky in Kenya. The angle from which the photograph was taken creates a triangular shape to the sail. From the top corner to the left edge of the photo is a rope, and on the right side of the sail is a small black figure protruding from behind the cloth, possibly the top of the mast to which the sail is connected.
This cover page shows the artist name and title, "Donna Ferrato, Tribeca, 10013." Below that are examples of the five black and white photographs contained in the portfolio.
This is the cover page for a portfolio of photographs by Donna Ferrato. The works are a series of photographs of Ferrato's neighborhood in New York City - TriBeCa (Triangle Below Canal). Her images explore this historical area of Manhattan by depicting its people and places as it is developed into one of the trendiest zipcodes in the city - 10013.
This is a black and white photograph of several place settings on a cloth covered table. Plates, forks and napkins are arranged around salt and pepper shakers in the center. There are four clear glasses that have shadows projecting designs onto the tablecloth. The viewpoint is looking down from above.
This is one of a series of photographs of Ferrato's neighborhood in New York City - TriBeCa (Triangle Below Canal). Her images explore this historical area of Manhattan by depicting its people and places as it is developed into one of the trendiest zipcodes in the city - 10013. This shows place settings at the Odeon restaurant.
A large fabric ottoman with two main colors, beige and maroon. Over the top of the fabric is a blue embroidered design of a woman's profile and upper body. Has a large green tag attached to the bottom.