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The Bad And The Beautiful
By NiagaraPart of CPOP Archives  RUN # 00554-1j
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The Bad And The Beautiful
By NiagaraPart of CPOP Archives
RUN #00554-1j

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Edition Size: 200
SIZE23 x 30.5 Inches
TYPE3-Color Screen Print on 100% Rag Cotton Heavyweight Paper
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RUN INFORMATION
SHIPPING INFORMATION
Edition Size: 200
SIZE23 x 30.5 Inches
TYPE3-Color Screen Print on 100% Rag Cotton Heavyweight Paper
EST SHIPPING4-6 weeks
AVAILABILITYShips worldwide
RETURNSCan you return items?
We'll update you throughout your purchased art's journey from 1xRun to when it leaves our hands and ventures to you.
ABOUT THIS ART

Please note: Each print is sold as is. This RUN contains sold out prints from CPOP's personal archives. Some prints may have slight wear and tear, this may include dinged corners or small dents or blemishes. We've reviewed each print and the issues are slight and would be acceptable for most collectors. With framing each print from this run should be fit to hang.


Niagara is a musician and a painter. Combining an illustrator's hand with some collage and pop iconography, Niagara's style began to take shape in earnest during the early 90's as she was beginning to show in small exhibits and cafes around the Detroit area.
It was during this time that Niagara teamed up with the Detroit gallery CPop in 1996. Her first exhibits "All Men Are Cremated Equal" (1996) and "Faster Niagara, Kill...Kill" (1997) were breakout shows which garnered her regional praise . Soon art periodicals such as Juxtapoz were heralding her as "The Queen Of Detroit" and many successful exhibits would follow in other cities like Los Angeles, New York, San Francisco, Sydney and Tokyo to name but a few. "The Niagara Girl," who appears in many female guises, would come to represent feminist swagger with drop dead gorgeous looks and an equally dangerous demeanor. Hard-boiled, tough talking gals who would rather dispatch a man than put up with any of his antics. Her bold and colorful post-pulp comic strip countenances of femme fatales in various depictions of malfeasence was culturally solidified by Callie Khoury's Thelma and Louise, which shares a kindred spirit with Niagara's subjects, along with pin-up girls like Bettie Page and the bad side of 40's and 50's film icons such as Bette Davis, Lauren Bacall and Jane Greer.

This RUN comes signed and numbered by Niagara with a Letter of Provenance from 1xRUN.

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