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Dan Graham | Jeppe Hein: From Seriousness to Silliness / Galerie Rdiger Schttle, Munich

July 16, 2008

The American artist Dan Graham (born 1942 in Urbana, Illinois) is known for his architectural sculptures in the form of complex glas pavilions based on simple geometrical forms and made of metal and two-way mirror glas. The works of the Danish artist Jeppe Hein (born 1974 in Copenhagen) question the spatial and institutional structures of art. At Galerie Rdiger Schttle in Munich, Germany, Dan Graham and Jeppe Hein present their different approaches in a joint exhibition entitled “From Seriousness to Silliness”. In this video, Dan Graham and Jeppe Hein talk about their work and the distinctions in their approaches. Dan Graham | Jeppe Hein: From Seriousness to Silliness / Galerie Rdiger Schttle, Munich. Opening, July 8, 2008. By VTV correspondent Grsoy Dogtas.

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