Gordon Matta-Clark - Phaidon 2006
Corinne Diserens, Thomas Crow
Essays by Judith Russi Kirshner and Christian Kravagna
In this volume, the different authors provide an insightful review of Matta-Clark's work; explore the concept of community and how it plays into M.-C.'s unique vision; and analyze the role of photography and film in the artist's compositions.
In addition to these essays, G.M.-C. also contains a rich "Documents" section, composed of interviews, articles, and various other historical and hard-to-find documents that shed new light on M.-C. and his legacy.
Phaidon - 2006
243p - English - Slightly twisted