Dan Graham

United States of America

Bio

Dan Graham, born 1942 in Urbana, IL, is an artist, writer, curator celebrated for his contributions to Conceptual Art since the 1960s. Graham’s site-specific glass and mirrored pavilions, arguably one of his most recognized body of works, have been a focus of the artist since the 1970’s and explore perceptions of time, space, psychological reflection, inclusion, exclusion, and feedback.

Dan Graham has received several awards, such as the American Academy of Arts and Letters, New York (2010), French Vermeil Medal awarded by the City of Paris (2001), and the Coutts Contemporary Art Foundation Award Skowhegan Award (1992). Graham has been showcased in numerous exhibitions in notable commercial and public galleries, including the Museum of Modern Art New York, Documenta, Museum of Contemporary Art Los Angeles, The Whitney Museum, The Museum of Contemporary Art Lisbon, among many others internationally.

Dan Graham is participating in the Vancouver Biennale exhibition “This Is Not America” curated by Jeffrey Uslip.

Photo Credit:  Ian Markell

Works

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