Liam Gillick

born 1964

Liam Gillick, ‘Annlee You Proposes’ 2001
Annlee You Proposes 2001
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Liam Gillick (born 1964) is an English conceptual artist who lives in New York City. He is often associated with the artists included in the 1996 exhibition Traffic, which first introduced the term Relational Art.

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Artist as subject

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