Conceptual artist, art critic and historian, Brian O'Doherty (1928-2022) was for a long time in charge of the National Endowment for the Arts. He is famous for his critical analysis of the autonomous regime of art inherited from the modernist tradition.
Sternberg Press - Fiction
The novel by Brian O'Doherty, written from the perspective of the Chevalier d'Eon (1728-1810), who lived as both man and woman, French spy and European celebrity, reveals the radical modernity of one of the eighteenth century's most mysterious figures.
JRP|Editions - Lectures Maison Rouge
Inside the white cube.