A critical history of site-specific art since the late 1960s that presents a theoretical framework for examining the political progressivism associated with the form. Considers the relationship of the local with identity in the work of, among others, John Ahearn, Mark Dion, Andrea Fraser, Donald Judd, Ren̩eGreen, Suzanne Lacy, IigoManglano-Ovalle, Richard Serra, Mierle Laderman Ukeles, and Fred Wilson.
The MIT Press, Cambridge, , 2002, 218 pages, black and white photographs throughout, 22.6 cm x 17.5 cm.
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