Puente editores


Gordon Matta-Clark

This book collects six interviews with the American artist Gordon Matta-Clark (1943-1978) in the most productive years of his artistic career, since 1974, shortly after completing his famous work ‘Splitting’—which consisted of cutting a suburban house in half condemned to demolition—until the year of his early death, in 1978, at the age of 35. Artist of few words, who preferred action to theoretical statements, these interviews constitute valuable documents to delve into the motivations that gave rise to his works.

Author: Gordon Matta-Clark

Edited by: Moisés Puente

Publisher: Puente editores

Dimensions: 11 x 18 cms

Number of pages: 128

Language: Spanish

Cover: Soft Cover

ISBN: 9788494969461

First year edition: 2020


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