"Midautumn Memento Mori" Art Poster
Art print poster of "Midautumn Memento Mori" (2020)
The Midautumn Festival celebrates harvest, longevity, and friends and family. Created in the middle of 2020 and six months into quarantine, this piece examines the midautumn themes through the lens of a year marked by separation, loss, and grief. The folk history of mooncakes, gifted and eaten during the festival, notes their crucial role in overthrowing the Mongul occupation: may they continue to remind us of the power of grassroots protest.
"Midautumn Memento Mori" is part of a larger series, bringing Asian American cultural references to the often Euro-centric history of still lifes.
16x20", including white border, unframed
giclee printed on watercolor paper cold press 100% cotton rag, 300 gsm, 19.5mil
signed, dated, and numbered
Edition of 99 + 2AP
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