Law in the Work of Felix Gonzales-Torres release_jlgko52fonhirg4om2gxokahte

by Eduardo Penalver, Sergio Munoz Sarmiento

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2018  

Abstract

Within contemporary art, it is well known that Felix Gonzalez-Torres created elegant, sparse and poetic art works. Through his use of diverse media—photography, drawing, and sculpture (created by using unusual materials such as candy, stacks of paper, or battery operated clocks) Gonzalez-Torres merged the personal and the political; the conceptual and the aesthetic. These aspects of his work have been thoroughly explored by artists, scholars, and collectors alike.
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