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The Problem With Using Oneself as Subject Matter

Gary Starks
self published
Artists' Books
14.5 × 21.5 × 1 cm

Is Starks self-indulgent? Or not? Or is he? But what does it matter, after all? Starks tells us: “When I take an autobiographical or confessional approach with my art production, I wonder how relevant the product is.”

  1. The Problem With Using Oneself as Subject Matter

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