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 Meyer Vaisman  (1960 - )

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Lived/Active: New York / Venezuela/Spain      Known for: sculptor, some abstract collage

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Meyer Vaisman
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This biography from the Archives of AskART:
Meyer Vaisman was born in Caracas, Venezuela, attended Parsons School of Design, and currently lives and works in New York.

Vaisman's initial proposal was a performance for which he would dress up as a Border Patrol agent, appearing to be "lost" driving his patrol car in Tijuana. However, this proposal posed a high risk for the artist himself due to the violent atmosphere around the border at the time. After a series of investigations, but with the original idea still in mind, the artist created an installation in downtown Tijuana, using the existing tourist attraction of the famous zebra-painted mules. Vaisman suited himself up in the border patrol uniform, and painted the zebra cart as an official vehicle. For one weekend, the burro-patrol was located at one of the corners of Ave. Revolucion and functioned normally as a photograph station for "Tijuana souvenirs".

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