Cutting Matta-Clark: The Anarchitecture Investigation
This book pursues the legendary but elusive 1974 exhibition, Anarchitecture. Conceived of as an anonymous, photographic statement about the intersection of art and building by the research collective Anarchitecture Group, the exhibition is a constant reference point in discussion, regardless of...
CAD 52.50
Gordon Matta-Clark : Open house (v.f.)
Pièce majeure de la collection du MAMCO de Genève, Open House, créée à l'origine à SoHo (New York) durant le printemps 1972, est la seule œuvre de grande dimension de l'artiste américain Gordon Matta-Clark (1943-1978) conservée par une institution.  ...
CAD 46.00
Gordon Matta-Clark: Open house
In 1972, Gordon Matta-Clark (1943–78) installed a dumpster on the street between 98 and 112 Greene Street in New York’s SoHo neighborhood, an architectural artwork he called Open House. Matta-Clark used discarded, scavenged materials—old pieces of wood, doors—to subdivide the space...
CAD 41.95
Gordon Matta-Clark: splitting, cutting, writing, drawing, eating
American artist Gordon Matta-Clark is perhaps best known for the site-specific artworks he made in the 1970s. His body of work includes performance and recycling pieces, space and texture works, and his “building cuts”. Matta-Clark used a number of media...
CAD 55.95
You have successfully subscribed!
Our purchase system is limited for now to deliveries in Canada and the United States. We can still ship your order if you send us an email. Please send your book order and mailing address to books@cca.qc.ca, and we’ll get back to you within one business day. Thanks!
x