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"30 Americans" at the N.C. Museum of Art 

Works from the Rubell Family Collection
Copyright 2010 Mickalene Thomas
2007, acrylic, rhinestone, and enamel on wooden panel, diptych, 72 x 132 in. overall, 72 x 60 in. left panel and 72 x 72 in. right panel, Rubell Family Collection, Miami
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