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Finding Aid to the Cheryl Derricotte Pandemic Bookkeeping prints (2023) SFH 729
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This collection contains the Pandemic Bookkeeping art project by Cheryl Derricotte. The project is Derricotte's version of a "plague journal" and consists of a book called LASTGASPISM: Art and Survival in the Age of the Pandemic, 12 digital collages, and 6 original artworks.
Cheryl Derricotte is a visual artist originally from Washington, DC, who now lives and makes art in San Francisco, CA. Her art has been featured in the New York Times, The Guardian, The San Francisco Chronicle, MerciSF and the San Francisco Business Times. Her work is in the permanent collections of the deYoung Museum, the Historic New Orleans Collection, the Oakland Museum of California and the National Association of Homebuilders. In 2022, Cheryl was named Inaugural BIPOC Artist-in-Residence at the Corning Museum of Glass: The Studio.
1 Oversize flat box (1.5 Cubic Feet)
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