“Dan Graham has been a vital presence in the contemporary art world since the 1960s. Over almost half a century, he has seamlessly shifted among the roles of artist, writer, and curator. Though best known for the magazine piece “Homes for America” and his indoor and outdoor glass pavilions, Graham’s output has spanned video, film, performance art, photography, architecture, and musical theater, as well as drawings and prints. Throughout his career, he has investigated questions of public and private space, urban planning, and the individual. The first North American retrospective of the artist’s work, “Dan Graham: Beyond,” opened in February at the Los Angeles Museum of Contemporary Art and will travel this summer to the Whitney Museum of American Art in New York and then in the fall to the Walker Art Center in Minneapolis. Known for his intelligence, generosity, and humor, Graham makes for an ideal interview. I met the artist at his apartment on Spring Street in New York to discuss his work, and whatever else came to mind.”

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