This hat documents the relationship between self-confessed Sydney eccentric Richard Lee and his beloved Chihuahua Edward Bear. Its significance stems from its association with the familiar pair who brought fun and eccentricity, sequins and glamour to Sydney suburbs, suburban shopping centres and train stations from 1989 to 2004.
This acquisition has the potential to communicate stories about individuals outside mainstream society and the extreme reactions which they inspire. The objects could ...
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