Sheila Hicks Cartridges and Zapata 1962–1965

  • MoMA, Floor 3, 3 North The Philip Johnson Galleries

“What I have in mind is repetition, sequencing, and movement,” says Hicks. “There’s a dialogue between the assembly of Zapatistas and the Cartridges. It’s a standoff—between el pueblo y el estado. It’s the people who are speaking and the government is taking them into account.”

Gallery label from October 21, 2019–Spring 2020
.a: 141 × 21" (358.1 × 53.3 cm) .b: 133 × 21" (337.8 × 53.3 cm) .c: 170 × 24" (431.8 × 61 cm)
Gift of Melvin Bedrick
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Architecture and Design

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