JRP/Ringier, 2006 - Art - 79 pages
Christensen's large-scale paintings, most often done directly on walls, range from rough graffiti-esque scrawls to smooth geometric stripes, designs and type ("Emergency Exit," "I will never make it"). This first monograph tracks Christensen from his native Denmark to Berlin, Basel and the Prague Biennial, exploring his work as artist, curator and critic.
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