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Mike Kelley uses painting, sculpture, performance, music and video to explore the crisis of modernity and of certain social and religious values, and the psychological structures and historical milestones of Western society. He draws on everyday objects and images to create grotesque and sometimes obscene works. The catalogue includes three texts by Kelley, who was one of the leading artists of the nineties, as well as essays by Elisabeth Sussman, Timothy Martin and Anthony Vilder, selected works, a biography and a bibliography,

Technical details

Publication date:
1997
Author:
Collection:
Other
Support:
Pages:
212
Illustrations:
60
Editorial category:
Exhibitions
Design:

Design by Mar Lissón y Majo Carreras

Editions:
Cat/Spa 978-84-89771-80-2
Eng 978-84-89771-80-2
Blue protects white from innocence. Blue drags black with it. Blue is darkness made visible.
Derek Jarman