During the brief but highly productive ten years that he worked as an artist, and even more so since his death, Gordon Matta-Clark (1943–1978) has exerted a powerful influence on artists and architects who know his work. This retrospective brings together the breadth of his practice to reveal the unique beauty and radical nature of his punnings, plans, performances, and interventions evident in the many media in which he worked: the sculptural objects (most notably from building cuts), drawings, films, photographs, notebooks, and documentary material.
Presenting Sponsor Deutsche Bank
Major support is provided by The Henry Luce Foundation, Inc., The Andy Warhol Foundation for the Visual Arts, Inc., and the National Committee of the Whitney Museum of American Art.
Additional support is provided by The Andrew J. and Christine C. Hall Foundation, Donald R. Mullen, Jr., The Robert Mapplethorpe Foundation, Inc., Elise Jaffe + Jeffrey Brown, and Judith Neisser.