Works from 1976 to 1994
Out of print
Hardback, 136 pages
31 color and 12 black and white illustrations
Essays by Jeff Wall, Matthew Teitelbaum, Boris Groys, Marie-Ange Brayer and explanatory notes by Graham. Catalogue Raisonné by Émile Van Balberghe and Yves Gevaert
Surveying works from 1976 through 1994, this is the first comprehensive publication on the work of this leading conceptual artist. Four essays, one by Graham’s friend and colleague Jeff Wall, illuminate Graham’s various methods of appropriating and reinterpreting both theoretical and popular cultural material. Also included are an annotated catalog raissonné by Émile Van Balberghe and Yves Gevaert, as well as extensive notes by the artist regarding several of his works, including the Freud Supplement. This meticulously crafted book, a collaborative effort by The Renaissance Society; The Art Gallery of York University, Toronto; and Yves Gevaert, Brussels, is an outstanding resource to anyone interested in the work of this seminal contemporary artist. It is also one of the most gorgeous books in the Society’s inventory.
Published in conjunction with the Art Gallery of York University, Toronto and Yves Gevaert, Brussels