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Vera Lutter’s Pepsi Cola Interior, XVI

Tuesday, December 4, 2018, 12:30–1pm
Harvard Art Museums, Cambridge, Massachusetts
college.harvard.edu

As part of the museums’ Gallery Talk series, Marina Isgro and Laura Panadero, both fellows at Harvard Art Museums, will discuss Vera Lutter’s Pepsi Cola Interior, XVI: September 21–October 2, 2001 (2001). The photograph is a new work on view at the museum as part of an installation that considers past and contemporary explorations of the built environment. The event is free with museum admission.

Vera Lutter, Pepsi Cola Interior, XVI: September 21–October 2, 2001, 2001 © Vera Lutter

Vera Lutter, Pepsi Cola Interior, XVI: September 21–October 2, 2001, 2001 © Vera Lutter

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