William Christenberry: Disappearing Places
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William Christenberry: Disappearing Places

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If Alabama-born artist William Christenberry regularly engages with the countryside of his home state, with the artlessness of the rural idyll, and the local architecture and its relationship to space, then his multimedia installation, the so-called Klan Room, takes this discourse one step further, deeper, and darker. The room, a continuously evolving work-in-progress cons...more
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Published January 1st 2002 by Richter Verlag
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