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Hans Haacke 1967

Hans Haacke
Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Artists' Books
20.5 × 25.5 × 0.8 cm

“Hans Haacke 1967” documents the recreation in 2011 at the MIT List Visual Arts Center of a Haacke solo show held at MIT in 1967. Archival photographs from the original installations are included in the catalogue, as is the introductory essay to Haacke’s famously cancelled solo exhibition planned for the Guggenheim in 1971.

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