Lost Art

Chris Nosenzo

Lost Art is a catalog of post-modern artworks that have suffered a material destruction, displacement, or disappearance.

Conceived as a print archive, this book collects the documents and remains of 25 lost works ranging from Duchamp’s “Bicycle Wheel,” lost a century ago, to a Warhol film destroyed by police, a suite of prints from Richard Prince that hung in the World Trade Center, Tracey Emin’s shattered “Always" and many more.

Language: English