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Bunny Charger

May 27, 2016
Dallas-Fort Worth

Artist Richard Phillips’ controversial piece “Playboy Marfa” overlooks a matte-black 1972 Dodge Charger that sits atop a canted concrete platform as part of his collaboration with Playboy. Originally sited in Marfa, Texas, the sculptures now reside at the Dallas Contemporary.

Artist Richard Phillips’ controversial piece “Playboy Marfa” overlooks a matte-black 1972 Dodge Charger that sits atop a canted concrete platform as part of his collaboration with Playboy. Originally sited in Marfa, Texas, the sculptures now reside at the Dallas Contemporary.


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