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Michael Corris,
2002

Corris began working in late-1971 with the Conceptual art group, Art & Language, in New York; his work was published in 1973 in the group’s journal, Art-Language. With Mel Ramsden, Ian Burn, Joseph Kosuth, Sarah Charlesworth and others, Corris was a founding editor of The Fox; an artists-run journal that addressed the political and social dimensions of contemporary artistic practice. Following the dissolution of Art & Language in New York in late-1976, Corris continued to pursue his artistic practice, dividing his energies between the production of artist's books inspired by typographic design and lecturing and writing on contemporary art and art theory. As a member of Art & Language and as an individual artist, Corris's work has been widely exhibited internationally and is part of the permanent collection of, among others, the Museum of Modern Art (New York City), the Whitney Museum of American Art (New York City), the Victoria and Albert Museum(London), Le Consortium (Dijon) and the J. P. Getty Museum (Los Angeles).

 



MICHAEL CORRIS, ART & LANGUAGE, “ART-LANGUAGE VOLUME 4, ISSUE 1”, 1977,
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MICHAEL CORRIS, ART & LANGUAGE, “100% ABSTRACT”, 1968,
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MICHAEL CORRIS, ART & LANGUAGE, “INDEXICAL FRAGMENTS 6”, 1974,
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