Straddles the worlds of visual art and fashion. Each creation features a guest artist producing a limited collectable body of work
Middle Plane #2 decided to work with Felix Gonzalez-Torres’s legacy.
The collection comprises four separate and bound editorials and The Silver Post newspaper, which can be found enclosed in a bespoke presentation pack.
Each work responds to a specific artwork by the featured artist, criticising and dealing with capitalist culture, self-isolation, loneliness, illness, and celebrations of life in light of a difficult reality.
Felix Gonzalez-Torres employed simple, everyday materials and a reduced aesthetic vocabulary reminiscent of both Minimalism and Conceptual Art to address themes such as love and loss, sickness and rejuvenation, gender and sexuality.
Gonzalez-Torres referred to himself as American, he was born in Guaimaro, Cuba, in 1957 and raised in Puerto Rico. He moved to New York in 1979 and died of AIDS-related causes in 1996.
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