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Claude Closky is a French artist, born in Paris in 1963.

Reception

Closky won the "Grand prix des Arts plastiques" (1999) and the Marcel Duchamp Prize (2005)

Dike Blair wrote in Artforum Magazine that "The lightness of Closky's art belies the depth of its absurdist heredity. Working in a post-modernist mode, Closky's art works combine aspects of the Situationists, Fluxus, Beckett, Tall, Daniel Buren, and Andy Warhol."

Monographs

  • Claude Closky, Yazı mı Tura mı - Ali Akay - Éditions Akbank Art Center, Istanbul, 2010
  • Claude Closky, 8002-9891 - Essaie: Michel Gauthier, design graphique: Jérôme Saint-Loubert Bié, direction de la publication: Julie David. Éditions Mac/Val, Vitry, 2008
  • Climb at your own risk - Eduardo Cicelyn, Katy Siegel & Paul Mattick, interview by Marie Muracciole - Electa, 2007
  • Claude Closky - Jean-Pierre Bordaz, Marie Muracciole, François Piron, Katty Siegel & Paul Mattick - Edition Centre Georges Pompidou, 2006
  • Hello and Welcome - Carole Boulbès, Lynne Cooke, Alexandra Midal, Frédéric Paul, François Piron, David Platzker, Eric Troncy - co-édition domaine Kergéhénec/Le Parvis, 2004
  • Claude Closky - Frédéric Paul - Hazan 1999
  • Claude Closky - Magazines - Olivier Zahm - Purple Books, 1998
  • Claude Closky - Le Parvis - Pascaline Cuvellier - edition Le Parvis, 1996




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