Urbana, United States of America, 1942 – lives in New York, United States of America
Over five decades of production, the works of Dan Graham tighten up the difference between sculpture and architecture, using languages as diverse as photography, performance, video, and site-specific installations. An example of his work is the Pavilion series, started in the late 1970s, in which geometric or curved mirrored glass structures combine the inside and the outside spaces by incorporating the surroundings, thus disorienting the audience perception. Among his main exhibitions are his retrospectives at the Walker Art Center (USA), Whitney Museum of American Art (USA), Museum of Contemporary Art of Los Angeles (USA), Musée d’Art Moderne de Paris (France), and Museu de Arte Contemporânea de Serralves (Portugal).
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