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Seth Price: Folklore U.S.

Price
$75.00
Date
2015
Publisher
Walther König, Köln
Format
Artists' Books
Size
6.8 × 9 inches
Length
240 pages
Genre
Catalogue, Conversations
Description

Based on a project at Documenta 13, this publication presents new multimedia works by New York artist Seth Price (born 1973) that meditate on today’s material (fabric) culture. Folklore U.S. includes paintings on plywood, vacuum-formed rope paintings and cloth sculptures fabricated in NYC’s garment district.

Edited by Bettina Funcke. Text by Seth Price. Conversations with Seth Price, Christopher Bollen, et al.

  1. Seth Price: Folklore U.S.
 

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