Printed grey cotton tote bag featuring Claude Cahun’s I Extend My Arms, part of the Queer British Art 1861-1967 exhibition at Tate Britain.
Although recognised for her literary contribution in France, in the English-speaking world Cahun has come to be known primarily for her performative self portraits of the 1920s, in which she donned a range of costumes to play out a series of cross-gendered identities.
Wash at 30 degrees. Made in the UK exclusively for Tate.
- Exhibition Queer British Art 1861-1967
- Artist Claude Cahun
- Artwork I Extend My Arms
- Material 100% cotton
- Dimensions 40 x 36 cm
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