Guided by an interest in perspective, Dan Graham creates works that explore the activities of voyeurism and spectatorship through the artistic medium of architecture. In Public Space/Two Audiences (1976), which debuted at the Venice Biennale, the audience was divided in two by a reflective glass wall, allowing the participants to view others and their own reflections alike. Graham has seen his work exhibited at the Venice Biennale and the Whitney Biennial, as well as at numerous institutions, including Los Angeles's Museum of Contemporary Art, the Museum of Modern Art, and the Centre Georges Pompidou.
Dan Graham Gallery Art
Marian Goodman, New York, NY
Lisson Gallery, London, England, Milan, Italy, and New York, NY