Everywhere a Tourist. Wim Delvoye's Lively ‘Almost-Art'
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Everywhere a Tourist. Wim Delvoye's Lively ‘Almost-Art'

(Lieven van den Abeele) The Low Countries - 2000, № 8, pp. 165-170

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An introduction to the `almost-art' of the Fleming Wim Delvoye. His work is based on the principle of duality, in which images are confronted with the identity of their material support; for instance, in his ironing boards adorned with heraldic emblems.

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