Dan Graham. Architecture

Suburban tract housing is one point of reference in Dan Graham’s work. Other architectural sources are corporate office buildings, rococo and baroque pavilions, Laugier’s “primitive hut”, Victorian park gazebos, de Stijl exposition pavilions, contemporary bus shelters, and amusement parks. Through texts and a survey of projects, this book presents a body of work situated on the edge between popular and high art, and between art and architecture.

Text: Hatton Brian, Zevi Adachiara et al. cm 24×20; pp. 64; COL and BW; paperback. Publisher: AA Publications, London, 1997.

ISBN: 9781870890755| 1870890752
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Suburban tract housing is one point of reference in Dan Graham’s work. Other architectural sources are corporate office buildings, rococo and baroque pavilions, Laugier’s “primitive hut”, Victorian park gazebos, de Stijl exposition pavilions, contemporary bus shelters, and amusement parks. Through texts and a survey of projects, this book presents a body of work situated on the edge between popular and high art, and between art and architecture.

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