SAM DURANT: ENTROPY IN REVERSE!
The Govett-Brewster presents the powerful work of internationally acclaimed Los Angeles artist Sam Durant. Durant, the Gallery's 2003 international artist in residence, explores the disintegration of 1960s utopia and the hippie movement in relation to the Rolling Stones' historic 1969 Altamont concert at which is has often been said the sixties ended. The publication includes writing by the artist Sam Durant, project curator Greg Burke and a major essay 'Rewinding histories' by German critic Nils Plath.
Hardcover; 47 pages
New Plymouth, New Zealand: Govett-Brewster Gallery, 2004