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Releasing Space: Relational Aesthetics and The Making of an Artist Removed from the Work By Vaughn Whitney Garland Dr Eric Garberson Representing the Artist MATX Seminar May 12, 2011. Felix Gonzalez - Torres "Untitled“ 1992/1993 print | offset print on paper

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Releasing Space:

Relational Aesthetics and The Making

of an Artist Removed from the Work

By

Vaughn Whitney Garland

Dr Eric Garberson

Representing the Artist

MATX Seminar May 12, 2011


Felix Gonzalez-Torres "Untitled“ 1992/1993 print | offset print on paper

8 in. x 44 1/2 in. x 33 1/2 in. Acquired 1994 Collection SFMOMA


Felix Gonzalez-Torres

"Untitled“

1992/1993

print | offset print on paper

8 in. x 44 1/2 in. x 33 1/2 in.

Acquired 1994 Collection SFMOMA


Felix Gonzalez-Torres

"Untitled“

1991

"Projects 34: Felix Gonzalez-Torres"May 16 - June 30, 1992, in 24 locations throughout New York City

New York City Billboard

Image courtesy of Andrea Rosen Gallery


Rikrit Tiravanija’s

Untitled

Thai Food Dinner

303 Gallery New York NY

1992

Rirkrit Tiravanija“Untitled”

Gallery Installation

303 Gallery New York NY

1992

Refrigerator, table, chairs, wood, drywall, food, and miscellaneous garbage.

Tiravanija took the contents of the entire gallery – kitchen, storeroom, bathroom and office – and publicly deposited/displayed them in the main gallery space. In what had been the gallery office, he set up a provisional kitchen where Thai curry was cooked and served to visitors.


Maurizio Cattelan

“The Wrong Gallery”

With sound piece by

Christoph Buechel

and Sonja Feldmeier

Artist opened a New York gallery

that can’t be entered


Corin Hewitt“Seed Stage”3 October 2008 – 4 January 2009Whitney Museum of American Art

NYC


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