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Framed black and white gelatin print by Laurie Anderson showing two men in a car

Laurie Anderson

Fully Automated Nikon (Object/Objection/Objectivity), 1973-2003

6 framed silver gelatin prints, 7 framed text panels

6 framed photographs each: 12 1/8 x 15 1/8 inches (30.8 x 38.4 cm);
1 framed text panel: 14 x 19 inches (35 x 22 cm); 
6 framed text panel each: 3 7/8 x 15 1/8 inches (9.8 x 38.4 cm)

© Laurie Anderson Photo by Jason Wyche Courtesy the artist

Information at Tom Solomon Art Advisory

Perhaps the most well-researched historical booth was Tom Solomon’s, which paid tribute to the Museum of Modern Art’s landmark 1970 show “Information,” which helped usher in Conceptualism and was curated by Kynaston McShine. Solomon’s presentation featured work created during the following decade by artists included in the original exhibition, as well as those who extended the show’s field of inquiry, including Laurie Anderson, Christopher Knowles, John Baldessari, Chris Burden, and William Wegman. Given the current NFT mania, one Robert Barry work from 1970 seems prescient. That piece states: “It is wholly indeterminate, has no specific traits, is entirely ineffable, is never seen and is not accessible.”

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