Road Back To Relevance

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The politics of taste chronicled in an artists’ book.

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Road Back To Relevance

The politics of taste chronicled in an artists’ book.

Published on the occasion of Rees’ exhibition at Nomas Foundation, Rome, Road Back to Relevance chronicles the artist’s practice from the last ten years. It brings together works in a variety of mediums, which often deal with recurring themes of the politics of taste.

The book includes texts by Saim Demircan, Ben Gregory and Dieter Roelstraete.

It was published by Mousse Publishing.

Dan Rees
Dan Rees (b. 1982, Swansea, Wales, UK) is a Berlin-based artist; he is a graduate of the Staatliche Hochschule für Bildende Künste. Selected solo exhibitions include Attachment, T293, Rome, IT (2018); Disguised as a Dog, Assembly Point, London, UK (2018); and Ruins of the Cambrian Age, Tanya Leighton Gallery, Berlin, DE (2016). Selected group shows include La Collezione #1, GAMeC, Bergamo, IT (2018); EVA International, Ireland Biennial, Limerick, IE (2018); Navigation – Art as Research, Oriel Davies Gallery, The Park, Newton, Powys, UK (2017); WATER.WAR, Budafabriek, Dam, Kortrijk, BE (2016); and FOOD – Ecologies of the Everyday, 13th Triennial of Small-Scale Sculpture, Fellbach, DE (2016).

 

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