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Who is Allan McCollum?
Allan McCollum is a contemporary American artist who was born in Los Angeles, California in 1944, and now lives and works in New York City. In 1975, his work was included in the Whitney Biennial, and he moved to New York City that same year. In the late seventies he became especially well known for his series, Surrogate Paintings.
- born on (71 years ago) in Los Angeles, child of Warren McCollum
- nationality: United States of America
- education: Los Angeles Trade–Technical College
- profession: Artist, actor, visual artist
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Baudrillard Dictionary (2010)
by Richard G. Smith
Baudrillard became required reading, footnoted, cited and most quoted by artists such as Ashley Bickerton, Ross Bleckner, Jenny Holzner, Jeff Koons, Sherrie Levine, Simon Linke, Robert Longo, Allan McCollum, David Salle, Haim Steinbach, ...
by Robert Gregg, Gary W. McDonogh, Cindy H. Wong
among them are Ashley Bickerton, Jeff Koons, Allan McCollum. Critical supporters of these kinds of postmodern art see it as theoretically sophisticated, while detractors see it as mere illustration of theory Some of this work was influenced by ...
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Allan McCollum's 'Plaster Surrogates' exhibit
At the National Gallery of Art, East Building
Photo taken with iPhone 5s.
Photo credit: blakespot
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