Alighiero e Boetti & Douglas Huebler - Origin and Destination - Société des Expositions du Palais des Beaux-Arts de Bruxelles 1997
"People always speak from somewhere, from an inner structure. The artist, the critic and the exhibition organizer are first of all subjetcs taking different theoretical stances, forms of censorship and method that make up their work. They are not free.
Douglas Huebler and Alighiero e Boetti clearly have some things in common: they were working at the same time, they invented systems, they were influenced by Zen philosophy, they seem inoffensive because they both produced work that is captivating and which firmly defies analysis and, above all, they built active identities."
Edited by Anne Pontégnie and Marianne Van Leeuw
Société des Expositions du Palais des Beaux-Arts de Bruxelles - 1997
267p - EN - 24x16.9cm - good condition