Peter Downsbrough - Overlap/s
A key figure in the New York art world in the1960s and Protected content , he associated with artists including Robert Barry, Dan Graham, Sol LeWitt, Robert Smithson and Lawrence Weiner. From the early Protected content , Peter Downsbrough’s work was shown in the United States and in Europe.
Working at the boundary between conceptual and concrete art, and since his beginnings in the Protected content , Downsbrough has developed a precise graphic vocabulary, pared down and without concessions, composed of simple geometric figures, lines and words.
If sculpture is at the origin of his investigation of space, the artist develops a system based on positioning and framing which he then applies to his many other practices: photographs, publications, films, installations in the urban space, wall pieces, room pieces, sound works, screen prints and even postcards. (...)
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