Gordon Matta-Clark — Works and Collected Writings

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“This monograph was published on occasion of the exhibition Gordon Matta-Clark (from July 04, 2006 to October 16, 2006), curated by Gloria Moure, and organised by the Museo Nacional Centro de Arte Reina Sofia, Madrid”. “Gordon Matta-Clark, scion and rebel, died at 35 in 1978 and has since become a cult figure of late-twentieth-century art. Born in New York and trained in architecture at Cornell, his work broke the boundaries between sculpture and architecture, photography and film, performance and installation, and -above all- the permanent and the transitory.” “This book, conceived and based on the gradual opening of Matta-Clark’s archives at the Canadian Centre for Architecture in Montreal, collects -for first time- his main writings (including Art Cards and Notebooks) and interviews, with a wide selection of reference works.”


Edited by Gloria Moure. “Gordon Matta-Clark: Works and Collected Writings” [ENGLISH EDITION]. Barcelona: Ediciones Polı́grafa, 2006. Quarto hardcover in protected white photo-illustrated dust jacket, with black lettering on the front cover and spine. 430, 4 pp. Richly illustrated. Text in English.

First edition, hardcover

Gordon Matta-Clark — Works and Collected Writings