Playbill, volume 94, number 4, featuring the play, "Twilight: Los Angeles, 1992," written by Anna Deavere Smith, directed by George C. Wolfe, and performed at the Cort Theatre, New York, in 1994. The top third of the cover is the masthead, a yellow rectangular field with black type with the magazine's title, [PLAYBILL®] above the text [CORT THEATRE]. Below the masthead is a white field outlined in black, with a black-and-white image depicting the silhouette of four (4) tall palm trees and a fire in the bottom left corner that is giving off a diagonal plume of smoke that darkens the top third of the image. Above the trees is a close-up of two eyes. The title of the play, which is also the main coverline, is written above and just below the top edge of the image in black and white text, [TWILIGHT: / LOS ANGELES, 1992]. The back cover features an ad for Carlton cigarettes. All of the pages are glossy and bound together with staples. Most of the interior pages are off-white with black type with black-and-white images and color images. The magazine has seventy (70) pages.
A handmade sign that reads “GIVE / ENOUGH! / REPARATIONS / NOW!” on one side. The sign is written in black marker on a white piece of poster board. The sign is attached to a wooden stake with five metal staples.
Poster with green geometric lines across the top and bottom. Between the lines, taking up the majority of the front, is red and black text [25th ANNUAL/AFRICAN-AMERICAN/DAY PARADE/(Largest Black Parade In America)/Sunday, September 26, 1993/at 1:00 P.M. in HARLEM/PARADE ROUTE:/111th St. & Adam Clayton Powell Jr. Blvd. to 142nd Street/MORGAN STATE UNIVERSITY BAND/GRAMBLING COLLEGE BAND/WE ARE URGING BLACK ORGANIZATIONS/TO COME OUT AND MARCH/For further information contact:/ABE SNYDER or GEORGE BROWN at (212) 348-3080/African American Day Parade, Inc./1 West 125th Street, Room 208/New York, N.Y. 10027/"MARCH WITH DIGNITY AND PRIDE"/THIS IS YOUR DAY!].
Issue #637 of Rolling Stone magazine featuring a photograph of rapper Ice-T wearing a police uniform centered on a plain white background. Ice-T holds a black police baton in his hands and looks straight at the camera. His hat obscures part of the [Rolling Stone] title. to the left is the headline [Ice-T / Talks / Back / (You Got / a Problem / With / That?)].
This assemblage depicts a striped animal with a long tail. The creature's two front legs are splayed apart, with one stretched out in front and one extended underneath the stomach. The animal's tail is upraised as well as its head, on an elongated neck. Although the animal is viewed from the side, both eyes are on the same visual plane and are visible to the viewer. The animal is barely contained by the square plywood backing; the movement of the limbs is constrained by the borders of the work. The animal is covered in black and white stripes and is outlined in brown. Surrounding the animal is a field of shadowy greens, blacks and browns.