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    Artist Name:

    Edward Ruscha

    Nationality & Life Dates:

    American, born 1937


    Home Power




    Acrylic on canvas


    60 x 105 inches

    Credit Line:

    Purchase with 20th Century Art Acquisition Fund

    Accession Number:



    © Edward Ruscha

    Currently Not on View
    Known for his poetic visions of the American landscape, Ed Ruscha draws upon the Pop art tradition by co-opting images from popular culture. Here an archetypal suburban house—an icon of shelter, warmth, and safety—glows mysteriously from within, possessed by a strange energy and unseen inhabitants. The house becomes a symbol of fortified homestead in the frontier of suburbia. Home Power also hints at the anonymity and the dark façade of pre fab life in the suburban sprawl that characterized the 1980s.

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