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Dan Graham (born 1942) is a New York based U.S. artist. He is an influential figure in the field of contemporary art, both a practitioner of conceptual art and a well-versed art critic and theorist.

Dan Graham has been identified as a minimal artist, conceptual artist, performance artist, rock music writer, art critic, architecture critic and writer, pop culture critic, educator, sculptor, and collaborator with architects and other artists. While widely appreciated in Europe and Japan, Dan has received less recognition in the United States than his contemporaries and friends, who include Robert Smithson, Gordon Matta-Clark, Vito Acconci, Sol Lewitt, Carl Andre, Dan Flavin, and many others.

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