Gordon Matta-Clark: Art, Architecture and the Attack on Modernism
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Gordon Matta-Clark: Art, Architecture and the Attack on Modernism

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Known for--and even overshadowed by--his brutal and spectacular building cuts, Gordon Matta-Clark’s oeuvre is unique in the history of American art. He worked in the 1970s on the borders between art and architecture and his diverse practice is often understood as an outright rejection of the tenets of high modernism. Stephen Walker argues instead for the artist’s ambivalen...more
Paperback, 224 pages
Published April 15th 2009 by I. B. Tauris (first published 2009)
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