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Poems That do Not Go Together

Artist
Jimmie Durham
Date
2012
Publisher
Edition Hansjorg Mayer
Format
Artists' Books
ISBN
978-3-9811288-8-8
Size
14 × 21.5 × 1.5 cm
Length
120 
Description

Born in 1940 in Arkansas, USA, Jimmie Durham is an artist, activist and poet living in Europe. He has been involved with the American Indian Movement and served as their representative to the United Nations. He participated in documenta(13) and his retrospective at M HKA, Belgium, is on show until 18 November. His work is included in the Taipei Biennial until 13 January 2012, and a solo exhibition at Fondazione Morra Greco in Naples, Italy, opens in December. A new volume of his previously unpublished poems, entitled Poems That Do Not Go Together – five of which are exclusively reproduced here – is published by Wiens Verlag, Berlin, and Edition Hansjörg Mayer, London.

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