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Cindy Sherman, Ed Ruscha, and More Than 150 Photographers Are Selling $150 Prints to Combat Voter Suppression

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October 14, 2020

Grace Ebert

Photograph © Alec Soth. “Priscilla, Los Angeles, (from The Last Days of W)” (2008), 10 x 12 inches

An ongoing print sale is bolstering fundraising efforts that promote progressive organizing in five battleground states. Offering work from more than 150 photographers and artists—including Cindy Sherman, Alec Soth, and Ed RuschaStates of Change is selling 10 x 12-inch prints for $150 each with all proceeds going to the Movement Voter Project, which is targeting 42 local organizations dedicated to fighting voter suppression in Arizona, Florida, Michigan, Pennsylvania, and Wisconsin. All are printed on 100 percent cotton paper, unsigned, and part of an open edition. Check out Colossal’s picks below, and grab your favorites before the five-day sale ends on October 18. (via Artnet)

 

Photograph © Camille Seaman. “Iceberg in Blood Red Sea, Lemaire Channel, Antarctica” (29 December 2016), 10 x 12 inches

Photograph © Steve McCurry. “Flower Seller. Dal Lake, Srinagar, Kashmir” (1996), 10 x 12 inches

Photograph © Ken Light. “River Baptism, Moon Lake, Coahoma County, Mississippi” (1989), 10 x 12 inches

Left: Photograph © Cindy Sherman. “In a pensive sort of mood” (11/1/2017), 10 x 12 inches. Right: Photograph © Diana Markosian. “Backstage, Chechnya” (2019),10 x 12 inches

Photograph © Lelanie Foster. “Sister” (2018), 10 x 12 inches

Photograph © Dru Donovan. “Untitled” (2019), 10 x 12 inches

Photograph © Gregory Halpern. “Untitled” (2016), 10 x 12 inches

Photograph © Sebastian Kim. “Lupita Nyong’o” (2014), 10 x 12 inches

Photograph © Irina Rozovsky. “Untitled (from Island in my Mind)” (2015), 10 x 12 inches

Photograph © Alex Majoli. “Scene of a Scarecrow” (2015), 10 x 12 inches

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