Since the middle of the Sixties, Dan Graham’s artistic practice has been marked by the way it mobilizes different cultural fields, namely architecture.
Availability date: 2015-10-15
Since the middle of the Sixties, Dan Graham’s artistic practice has been marked by the way it mobilizes different cultural fields, namely architecture. Attentive to social systems and the way they shape behaviour in the public and private spheres, he democratically sets his performances and architectural installations in the every-day life of urban cities and their activity.
Graham’s pavilions are functional, hybrid structures, between sculpture and architecture. They draw their origin from architecture and urbanism: sky-scrapers, the two-way mirrors of business complexes, English 18th century Landscapes, “Follies” and the picturesque style, as well as the elliptical spaces in the Neo-Baroque and Rococo periods.
Dan Graham also works as a theoretician on minimal art, conceptual art and video.
He was born in 1942, and he lives and works in New York.
|Size||50 x 75 cm|
|Justification||Signed and numbered|
|Technique||Offset colour prints|
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