"Homes for America", 1966-67, twenty 35mm slides and carousel projector, dimensions variable, courtesy: Marian Goodman Gallery, New York

Dan Graham’s practice continues to serve as a model for artists internationally. Early text and performance works, artist films, talks and publications and, most prominently, an ongoing series of public Pavilions serve to question the relevance of distinctions related to media and hierarchy while fostering a sense of play. Graham’s interactions with creators in various fields including architecture and independent music are touchstones within an expanded field of contemporary culture.

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