Everything Matters: Paul Kos, A Retrospective

Everything Matters was produced in conjunction with the first solo East Coast museum exhibition of the pioneering work of Paul Kos, a leading figure of the early Bay Area Conceptual Art movement. Kos is recognized as a pioneer in the genres of video, performance, and installation. In step with such peers as Bruce Nauman and Vito Acconci, Kos was among the first artists to incorporate video, sound, and interactivity into sculptural installations. Organized by the University of California’s Berkeley Art Museum, Everything Matters surveys Kos’s explorations of paradoxes of faith, war, and nature.

Author Edited by Constance M. Lewallen, with essays by: Charles Desmarais, Constance M. Lewallen, Ron Meyers, and Rachel M. Teagle
Publisher The University of California, Berkeley Art Museum and Pacific Film Archive, and D.A.P. Distributed Art Publisher
Published Date Wednesday, Jan 01, 2003
ISBN 0-9719397-2-1
Pages 141
Dimensions Softcover, 9 x 11 inches
Number of Illustrations black-and-white and color illustrations
Price 35
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