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The Red Couch

David Bell Antiques

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The Red Couch

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Product Information

Era:

Vintage

Condition:

Excellent

Materials:

paper

Damage Information:

None

Size:

11" W x 12" H

Color/Finish:

red

Why We Love This

The Red Couch, A Portrait of America, by Kevin Clarke. Alfred Van Der Marck Editions, 1984. First edition. Hardcover with dust jacket, now protected with Mylar cover. In 1979, photographer Wackerbarth and his friend Clarke compiled a subjective photographic portrait of the United States. The two transported a red velvet couch around the US, inviting all kinds of people to have themselves photographed with the couch in all sorts of settings and locations.
As described by David Bell Antiques

Why We Love This

The Red Couch, A Portrait of America, by Kevin Clarke. Alfred Van Der Marck Editions, 1984. First edition. Hardcover with dust jacket, now protected with Mylar cover. In 1979, photographer Wackerbarth and his friend Clarke compiled a subjective photographic portrait of the United States. The two transported a red velvet couch around the US, inviting all kinds of people to have themselves photographed with the couch in all sorts of settings and locations.

About David Bell Antiques

Equal parts design laboratory and retail gallery, David Bell Antiques has been a Washington, D.C. go-to source for exquisite furniture, objects, and style for almost 20 years. "If it would not pass the front door of our own homes, it doesn't make it to the gallery floor,” say David Bell and business partner Tom Preston, who met in art school.