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Julien Nédélec: To Title

Julien Nédélec
Zédélé Editions
Artists' Books
6.8 × 9.5 in
64 pgs
Contemporary Art, Photography

Here, Julien Nédélec (born 1982) reconceives Richard Serra’s famous 1967 “Untitled (Verb List),” which compiles a series of actions to perform on unspecified materials. Nédélec made his own list—“Turn, Split, Tearing, Cut, Hide, Break, Cut,” etc—and applied the actions to paper, documenting them here.

Perfect-bound, softcover, colour.

  1. Julien Nédélec: To Title

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