Distributed Art Pub Incorporated, 1995 - Art - 122 pages
Architecture is a recurrent theme in Dan Graham's work, as much in his photographs as in his installations and writings. This compilation of essays tracks how questions of urbanism, public and private space, social life and self-perception animate his work. The broad-ranging critique casts a sharp sidelight on our artificial distinctions between art and architecture.
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