This book exhaustively documents Philadelphia-based installation artist Alex Da Corte’s preoccupation with the musician Eminem across four exhibitions. Each exhibition parallels Eminem’s career through his thirties, reappearing, evolving alongside America, explaining more of himself each time. Eminem’s place in culture and his role in Da Corte’s practice, as well as the larger story of American identity, is explored through recent and commissioned essays. Published by Koenig Books.
Size: 19.7 x 26 cm
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