Mike Kelley

In a survey of Californian-based artist Mike Kelly, the author of this volume discusses with the artist his various aesthetic and symbolic strategies in both the American and In European contexts. Kelly’s work is considered in the context of his anti-art predecessors since Dada and chronicles all of Kelly’s work, from his earliest performances in the late 1970s to his large sculptural installations in the 1990s.

Text: Graw Isabelle, Fort Charles et al. cm 25,5×29; pp. 160; COL and BW; paperback. Publisher: Phaidon Press, London, 1999.

ISBN: 9780714838342| 0714838349

ID: AM-4884

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In a survey of Californian-based artist Mike Kelly, the author of this volume discusses with the artist his various aesthetic and symbolic strategies in both the American and In European contexts. Kelly’s work is considered in the context of his anti-art predecessors since Dada and chronicles all of Kelly’s work, from his earliest performances in the late 1970s to his large sculptural installations in the 1990s.