Odd Lots: Revisiting Gordon Matta-Clark's Fake Estates.
Object to Be Destroyed: The Work of Gordon Matta-Clark.
"Gordon Matta-Clark: You Are the Measure".Gordon Matta-Clark (born, gordon Roberto Echaurren Matta ; June 22, 1943 1, august 27, 1978) was an, american artist best known for his site-specific artworks he made in the 1970s.He documented them through photographs, maps, bureaucratic records and deeds, and spoke and wrote about them - but was not able to occupy these residual elements of zoning irregularities in any other way."History of the MCA".Matta-Clark's work, Museum, at Klaus Kertess ' Bykert Gallery, was listed and illustrated on pages 45 of Avalanche 1, Fall 1970.11 12 In 1974, he performed a literal deconstruction, by removing the facade of a condemned house along the Love Canal, and moving the resulting walls to Artpark, in his work Bingo.Gastronomica: the Journal of Food and Culture.
He left the central rectangle on the house, deposited five in a nearby sculpture park where he hoped they would be reabsorbed into the earth, and kept three, which are now in MoMAs collection.
Colin Rowe, 6 a preeminent architectural theorist of modernism.
He ran food until 1973.
Colour: Colour, sound: Silent, category: Video, entry date: 2007, register number: AD04646, see all the artworks, dementia lottery gordon Matta-Clark.He cut through the walls and frame of the house, creating nine equal sized rectangles that resembled the grid of a bingo game card.9 In the early 1970s and in the context of his artistic community surrounding food, Matta-Clark developed the idea of "anarchitecture" - a conflation of the words anarchy and architecture - to suggest an interest in voids, gaps, and left-over spaces.Steven Stern (September 2007).Home collection, date: 1974, edition/serial number: Unlimited, media description: Super 8 film transferred to video (Digital Betacam and DVD).With a small team of workers, he cut the houses northern façade into nine equally sized rectangles so that it resembled a bingo game card, after which this work is titled.
Bingo X Ninths, which documents the progression of the project.
"Gordon Matta-Clark at the Whitney".