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#13969

Furniture

Artist
Gord Peteran
Price
$30.00
Date
2018
Publisher
Art Gallery of Guelph
Format
Monographs
Size
17 × 23 cm
Length
113 pp
Genre
Sculpture
Description

Furniture features the work of Toronto-based artist Gord Peteran with texts by artists, curators, and collectors including Glenn Adamson, William Anderson, Matthew Brower, Ian Carr-Harris, David Dorenbaum, Charles Hummel, Ernie Kerr, Judith Nasby, Michael Prokopow, and Ron Shuebrook.

Over the last four decades, Peteran has built an impressive and innovative body of work around the historical, conceptual, and psychological meanings of furniture. At the intersection of art, craft and design, the hybridity of his work challenges both expectations and language, offering insight into the vast malleability of the world of things.

Hardcover, colour.

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