Gordon Matta-Clark: Mutation in Space

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A seminal figure in America’s conceptual art scene, Gordon Matta-Clark, who died prematurely at just 35 years old in 1978, is finally getting his first solo exhibition in Asia. A trained architect, his signature ‘building cuts’ are sometimes seen as a rejection of all the profession stands for and you can also find traces of fellow disruptors such as Marcel Duchamp, Robert Smithson, Cristo and more in his work. At the MOMAT, you’ll have access to over 200 pieces, ranging from sculptures and drawings to films, photographs and related materials. The biggest of his building cuts, ‘Splitting: Four Corners’, will also have its Japan debut.

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