Posts Tagged 'Jonathan Monk'

Studio – Deflating Koons

In the Studio issue, Stefaan Vervoort reviews Jonathan Monk’s The Inflated Deflated exhibition at the Casey Kaplan Gallery (2009). Vervoort approaches the exhibition as a play on images that explores an alternative to the self-representational strategies omnipresent in Pop. As such, Vervoort argues,  Monk readdresses certain defining moments in recent art history and their latent potentiality. Click here to read the essay.

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