Mike Kelley and Paul McCarthy: collaborative works
Power Plant Contemporary Art Gallery at Harbourfront Centre, 2000 - Art - 96 pages
"Mike Kelley and Paul McCarthy have a history of collaboration that dates back to 1987. From this perfect artistic marriage comes three major installations, five videos, two series of photographs, the design of their catalog for the installation ""Sod and Sodie Sock"", along with a double CD of their performances in Tokyo with Japanese noise musician Violent Onsen Geisha! For the first time these numerous collaborations have been chronologically documented and discussed with essays from curator Philip Monk, Ann Goldstein, Timothy Martin and Martin Prinzhorn."
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