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Michael Corris
Michael Corris is an artist who lives and works in Dallas, TX. During the 1970s, Corris worked with the conceptual art collective Art & Language (1972-1976), and was a founding editor of The Fox (1975-76) and Red-Herring (1977-1979). Corris has exhibited extensively in North America and Europe; his artwork and artist bookworks are held in public collections including the Museum of Modern Art (New York), the Whitney Museum of American Art (New York), The Getty Research Institute (Los Angeles), Le Consortium (Dijon), Victoria and Albert Museum (London), TateModern (London). Corris has published widely on contemporary art in journals and magazines such as Art Monthly, Artforum, Art in America, Art History, and art+text. Recent monographs and chapters in edited publications include Conceptual Art: Theory, Myth and Practice (Cambridge University Press, 2004), Ad Reinhardt (Reaktion Books, London, 2008), Art, Word & Image: 2,000 Years of Textual/Visual Interaction (Reaktion Books, London, 2010) (with John Dixon Hunt and David Lomas) and “What's Wrong With This Picture? David Diao Visualizes Data”, in Philip Tinari, ed., David Diao: Works 1969-2015 (Ullens Center for Contemporary Art, 2016). Corris is Professor of Art at the Meadows School for the Arts, SMU, Dallas, TX, USA.

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A compilation of insightful, first-hand accounts of art making, art criticism, and exhibition organizing from the early-1970s to the present.