Over the past four decades, Richard Artschwager has produced a body of work that could not be more varied in form. Unconventional and unpredictable, it is often difficult to say whether a given work is a painting, sculpture, or furniture, so much so that the American conceptual artist is regarded as the inventor of "furniture sculpture." Presented here are his furniture-like pieces, paintings, drawings, sculptures, and installations--sometimes these are components of just one of the many works featured. Interspersed with the works is a series of 5 essays. Also included are Artschwager's autochronology, a list of works from the exhibition, and a comprehensive documentation of selected exhibitions (with black and white thumbnails of the pieces), and a selected bibliography.
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