Dan Graham is one of the most significant figures to emerge from the 1960s moment of Conceptual art, with a practice that pioneered a range of art forms, modes, and ideas that are now fundamental to contemporary art. The thrust of his practice has always pointed beyond: beyond the art object, beyond the studio, beyond the medium, beyond the gallery, beyond the self. Beyond all these categories and into the realm of the social, the public, the democratic, the mass produced, the architectural, the anarchic, the humorous. This volume offers the first comprehensive survey of Grahamâ€™s work.
Edited by: Bennett Simpson and Chrissie Isles
Foreword by: Jeremy Strick
Published by The MIT Press, April 2009
384 pp., 150 color illus., 100 black & white illus.