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Art at the Edge of the Law

Art at the Edge of the Law

$ 21.25

48 pages, fully-illustrated 
Softcover, perfect bound
ISBN: #1-888332-17-4
Published by The Aldrich Museum of Contemporary Art, 2001
Published on the occasion of the exhibition Art at the Edge of the Law
Designed by LookingLately, New York
Printed by Quebecor Printing, Canada 
Forward by Harry Philbrick 
Essay by Richard Klein 

Art at the Edge of the Law examines the fine line that artists have often trod between the legal and the legally ambiguous. Frequently the transgression is conceptual rather than directly confrontational, as in Richard Prince's copyright infringements or Gregory Green's pirate station, though no less powerful for that (Barton Lidice Benes's assemblages involving his own HIV-infected blood, for example). Among the artists included are Janine Antoni, Gregory Green, Dennis Oppenheim, Richard Prince, Tom Sachs, Fred Tomaselli and Tom Friedman.

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