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JAMES LUCAS | DATE 11/1/2011
On Wednesday, October 26, ARTBOOK | D.A.P. and the New York Foundation for the Arts hosted a conversation between artist James Casebere and noted art historian Hal Foster at the 86th Street Barnes & Noble in New York. In honor of Casebere's excellent new monograph, Works 1975-2010, published by Damiani Editore, Foster and Casebere conversed on a range of topics, including Casebere's early work as a sculptor and the evolution of his use of photography; architecture; and the mysteries of suburban culture. Though Casebere and Foster have known one another for years, and have maintained a long-term dialogue across many shared areas of interest, this was the first time they had spoken together in public. The talk was followed by a signing.