'Everything is Relevant: Writings on Art and Life, 1991–2018 brings together texts by Canadian artist Ken Lum. They include a letter to an editor, diary entries, articles, catalogue essays, curatorial statements, and more. Along the way, the reader learns about late modern, postmodern, and contemporary art practices, as well as debates around issues like race, class, and monumentality. Penetrating, insightful, and often moving, Lum’s writings are essential for understanding his practice, which has been prescient of developments within contemporary art, as well as the international art world over the last three decades. Kitty Scott, Deputy Director and Chief Curator of the National Gallery of Canada (NGC) and the co-curator of a 2002-03 NGC retrospective of Lum's photography, contributed the introduction.' - from the publisher's website

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Onsite

Location code MON.LUK
Language

English

Keywords

art writing

Publication/Creation date

2020

No of pages

290

ISBN / ISSN

9781988111001

No of copies

1

Content type

anthology

Chapter headings

Preface

- Ken LUM, 林蔭庭

Introduction: Ken Lum Loves to Write: Twenty-Seven Years of Essays, Reviews, and Critical Texts

- Kitty SCOTT

1991–2000

2001–2010

2011–2018

Everything Is Relevant: Writings on Art and Life 1991–2018
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