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Gordon Matta-Clark

Bruce Jenkins

Gordon Matta-Clark

Conical intersect

by Bruce Jenkins

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Published by Afterall Books, Distribution by the MIT Press in London, Cambridge, Mass .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Criticism and interpretation

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references (p. 93-102).

    Other titlesConical intersect
    StatementBruce Jenkins
    SeriesOne work
    ContributionsMatta-Clark, Gordon, 1943-1978
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsN6537.M3947 A64 2011
    The Physical Object
    Pagination102 p. :
    Number of Pages102
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL24977260M
    ISBN 101846380723
    ISBN 109781846380730, 9781846380723
    LC Control Number2011377052

    He ran FOOD until In , he performed a literal deconstruction, by removing the facade of a condemned house along the Love Canal, and moving the resulting walls to Artpark, in his work BingoHis twin brother Sebastian, also an artist, committed suicide in Gordon Matta-Clark married Jane Crawford in Gordon Matta-Clark was awarded Guggenheim Fellowship For Creative Arts, US & Canada in Matta-Clark died from pancreatic cancer on Aug , a in New York, New on Wikipedia.


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A pivotal figure in the postminimalist generation who was also the son of a prominent Surrealist, Matta-Clark was a leader in the downtown artists' community in New York in the s, and is widely seen as a. Frances Richard, poet, art critic, and teacher at the California College of the Arts, starts her book, Gordon Matta-Clark: Physical Poetics, with this quote and continues to delve deep into the textual documentation created by the artist.

For a body of art which was largely ephemeral, the archival records represent both an extension of and a. Matta-Clark’s thinking is reported by the sculptor Joel Shapiro, interviewed by Joan Simon in Gordon Matta-Clark, ed. Mary Jane Jacob (Chicago, IL: Museum of Contemporary Art Chicago, ), Jonathan Weinberg, “City Cordoned Anarchy” in The Piers from Here: Alvin Baltrop and Gordon Matta-Clark (Liverpool, UK: Open Eye Gallery), Object to Be Destroyed: The Work of Gordon Matta-clark, Paperback by Lee, Pamela M., ISBNISBNBrand New, Free shipping in the US In this first critical account of Matta-Clark's work, Pamela M.

Lee considers it in the context of the art of the s—particularly site-specific, conceptual, and minimalist practices—and its confrontation with issues of community.Gordon Matta-Clark and Fake Estates InMatta-Clark discovered that the City of New York periodically auctioned off “gutterspace”—unusably small slivers of land sliced from the urban grid through anomalies in city planning.

He purchased fifteen of these lots.