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Carey Young: Subject to Contract

JRP / Ringier Kunstverlag
Artists' Books
20 × 27.5 × 1.7 cm

Edited by Raphael Gygax, Heike Munder. Text by Martha Buskirk, Raphael Gygax, Carey Young, Tirdad Zolghadr.

Subject to Contract offers the first overview of London-based artist Carey Young’s (born 1970) works from 2003 to 2010. Many of Young’s pieces investigate how language is transformed by culture, and span a variety of media including video, performance, text and installation.

  1. Carey Young: Subject to Contract

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