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Bruce Nauman: Going Solo

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Contemporary Art, Film

Bruce Nauman: Going Solo is the first volume in Companion Editions’ series of pocketbook readers. Robert Slifkin’s meditation on Nauman’s early films and conceptual sculptures explore the significance of the studio environment and Nauman’s relationship to privacy, identity, subjectivity and intimacy.

  1. Bruce Nauman: Going Solo

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