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Dan Graham's artworks and critical writings have had an enormous influence on the course of contemporary art over the past quarter century. Rock My Religion culls eighteen of Graham's essays from all periods of his work, beginning with his critiques of minimalist artists such as Dan Flavin and Donald Judd and continuing with his writings on punk rock and popular culture. The book concludes with Graham’s more recent ruminations on architecture, urban space, and power.
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Paperback. 344 pages.
The MIT Press
W 7.50” H 10.50”
The MIT Press
Officially formed in 1962, but with roots stretching back to 1926, The MIT Press is the only science and tech-based university publisher in the U.S. Although its breadth is wide, The MIT Press mainly explores new modes of inquiry on the edges and frontiers of the world. Its goal is to create books and journals that are challenging, creative, and attractive to readers.