Triple Canopy

Market Value Carrier (Ft. Andrea Fraser) by CFGNY

This limited edition series of transparent, color-blocked vinyl tote bags was created by the art and fashion collective CFGNY on the occasion of Triple Canopy’s 2023 benefit honoring pioneering artist Andrea Fraser. Comprised of artists Tin Nguyen and Daniel Chew, CFGNY (Concept Foreign Garments New York) mines the intersections of fashion, race, identity and sexuality across disciplines and value systems.

Each bag features two pockets: an empty “book pocket” to show off your reading material of choice, and a pocket filled with a fragment cut from an exhibition copy of Fraser’s print 2016 in Museums, Money, and Politics. The print depicts diagrams published in Fraser’s eponymous 2018 book, which documents the intersection of electoral politics and private nonprofit art institutions. The diagrams chart political contributions made by trustees of 128 art museums in the US in the lead-up to the 2016 election.

Distributed across the bags, the pieces of the print trouble the sanctity and traditionally non-fungible status of artworks. CFGNY’s totes raise questions of how value is assigned and obscured—in the art world and beyond—and how such operations might be made transparent.

Learn more about Triple Canopy’s mission here.

Additional information
Weight 0.25 kg
Dimensions 15 × 15 × 6 cm

Black, Blue, Iridescent



Vinyl, polyester, paper (a random fragment from an exhibition copy of Andrea Fraser’s print 2016 in Museums, Money, and Politics, 2018). Books not included.



Limited edition of 426 (each with a different print fragment)

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New York City, within 10 business days of order confirmation. Available for free pickup subject to NY sales tax.




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