Published for his 1996 exhibition at Marian Goodman Gallery in New York, this catalogue offers a detailed explanation of Dan Graham’s three-dimensional work. The book underlines his passion for optical distortions, mirrors, effects of transparency, his rethinking of exhibition spaces and the border between architecture and sculpture. These material considerations lead him to redefine the relationship amongst the viewers, who find themselves immersed in his puzzling environments. Includes an essay by Alexander Alberro.
**This item is also available for purchase at Librairie Marian Goodman, Paris**