Triangle within a cylinder, 2008 / all 2-way mirror glass, with aluminium frame and base of MDF and acrylic / 107 x 107 x 71 cm
YinYang Water Pavilion, 1997 / two way mirror, zen-sand garden, lead, plexiglass, wood / 106 x 106 x 33 cm
BOTTOM: Apartment Houses, Vancouver, Canada, 1996 / coloured photography / 25.9 x 39.7 cm and 27.9 x 39.3 cm
Row Houses with Teenagers, Newark, N.J., 1980 / coloured photography / 39.6 x 27.8 cm
ABOUT THE ARTIST
Dan Graham is a highly influential figure in the field of contemporary art, both as a practitioner of conceptual art and as a well-versed art critic and theorist. His oeuvre spans over 40 years and he is considered the “guru” of artists' pavilions having interrogated the concept since the 1970s. Graham's work questions the relationship between people and architecture and the psychological effects it has on us.