It Is What It Is: Writings on Dan Flavin Since 1964

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Dan Flavin (1933-1996) was one of the most significant and influential artists of his generation. His radical use of fluorescent light during and beyond the 1960s forever changed the definitions and boundaries of sculptural practice. Flavin stood alone in art practice; he was neither a painter nor a sculptor, but occupied a place somewhere between sculpture and installation. It Is What It Is fills a timely gap on reading available on Dan Flavin. Paula Feldman and Karsten Schubert have pieced together a chronological ...

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