LA: MOCA, 1994
28 x 22cm, 80pp plus extended wrappers bearing a detail of Untitled (Jorge), exhibition catalogue in the form of a monograph for a travelling show about the conceptualist which toured before his death. Gonzalez-Torres work is perhaps one of the most effective and accessible of the conceptualists – Kosuth’s essay contained within discusses in part the difference between the emotive work of FG-T and that, of say, Flavin despite surface similarities. Other essays by Cruz, Goldstein and Merewether amongst others. 16 reproductions including an extended work Untitled (21 days of bloodwork – steady decline) which with a single sloping-down line sums up the tragedy of AIDS and personal loss. Fine.