Edited by Barry Blinderman. Essay by Hamza Walker.
Published by University Galleries of Illinois State University
Bound by an overarching sincerity and a yearning for the ideal, Tony Tasset's wry work has confronted the confluences of art, contemporary culture and the everyday since the mid-1980s. Recently, Tasset has turned his investigations inward, using his personal life as a self-effacing foil to address social stereotypes, conflicts of the ego and how we see ourselves through media-influenced perspectives.
STATUS: Temporarily out of stock pending additional inventory.