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Dan Graham

Fun for Kids at my Work in a Park in Manhattan, 2003

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Piezo Ultrachrome Pigment print
on Hahnemühle paper,
13 x 16 1/2” (32,9 x 41,9 cm),
printed by Laumont Editions, New York, photograph by Rosalind Cutforth,
Ed. 60/XX, signed and numbered
on the reverse

Be your own architecture: reflect and be reflected in walls and rooms that are none.


“I think I am experiencing my second childhood through my two-way mirror work. I’ve never read Lacan, but I feel my work involves the Lacanian ‘mirror stage’ of childhood, when the young child first experiences his/her sense or non-sense of an ego. I know that through my art I make new friends, which I barely had as a child. And through my ‘hobbies’ of rock music, architectural tourism and travel, I stay young. I know I am a child when I watch other Aries people (I am an Aries) behaving childishly, like me.” Dan Graham, interview with Carmen Rosenberg Miller Parkett No. 68, 2003

$ 1,900.00


“… Dan Graham worked as an art dealer, photographer, filmmaker, critic, producer, and writer whose seemingly never-ending vision of interlinking and exploring various disciplines defined and changed the way one perceives a cultural system … His attitude towards art and artists can be described in a quote: "All artists are alike. They dream of doing something that's more social, more collaborative, more real than art."… He can be considered a conceptual artist whose focus lies on cultural phenomena. Graham repetitively incorporates video, performance, glass, and mirror pavillons … such as the one reproduced in his Parkett edition “Fun for Kids at my Work in a Park in Manhattan”. “-Fineartmultiple


> See short video excerpt with Dan Graham talking about some aspects of his art.