He is a teacher at the California Institute of the Arts, where his "post-studio art" course consists of intensive group critiques that can focus on a single work for eight hours or more. His Writings, 1973-1983, on Works 1969-1979, co-authored by the art historian Benjamin H. D. Buchloh, was published by The Press of the Nova Scotia College of Art and Design.
His untitled 1991 work featuring a granite drinking fountain juxtaposed with a flag pole was his first permanent public outdoor work in the United States. It is part of the Stuart Collection of public art on the campus of the University of California, San Diego.
He has exhibited at documenta (1972, 1982) and the Venice Biennale (1976), and his solo museum shows include the Centre Pompidou (1991), Los Angeles County Museum of Art (2003), Art Institute of Chicago (2005) and Santa Monica Museum of Art (2008).
The house of illusion: the Fetta di Polenta in Turin, designed by Alessandro Antonelli during the 19th century, is an astonishing seven-storey building that at its narrowest point measures just 54 centimetres. Its gallerist owner, Franco Noero, talks to Apollo about how the remarkable spaces within generate ideas and artistic responses.(FEATURE: FETTA DI POLENTA)(Interview)(Biography)
Nov 01, 2010; Turin, city of breathtaking architectural and social contrasts, is a mysterious place that takes rime to decode and understand....