Publication Date

Fall 1985

Abstract

[Excerpt] In his art, as in his life, Ralph Fasanella reminds us all of the complexity of our society and of the need for each generation to dedicate itself anew to the commitment of justice for all. That his work, accomplished without the benefit of formal training, is as arresting and as pleasing as it is, is but a reflection of Ralph Fasanella's basic message.

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Suggested Citation
Salvatore, N. (1985). Ralph Fasanella: Worker, activist, artist [Electronic version]. In S. L. McAvoy (Ed.), Urban Visions: The Paintings of Ralph Fasanella (Exhibition catalogue). Ithaca, NY: Herbert F. Johnson Museum of Art, Cornell University.

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