Passstuecke by Franz West


Passstuecke: a term used by Franz West since the late 1970s to describe an artwork that needs to be held, adapted and moved against the human body. This is often translated as "adaptive". This book shows various photographs of people and passtuecke, plus some collages.

Authors: Franz West & Gagosian Gallery Pages: 68 Format: Softcover Language: English

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