Artist and writer Nicolas Guagnini's obituary for his friend Dan Graham deploys the genre's tropes of anecdote and remembrance to elucidate the artist's idiosyncratic pedagogy. Both at the methodological and the art-historical levels these bits of conversations from over more than two decades touch on Graham's position towards his postminimalist peers, his approach to architecture, public space, writing, artistic genealogies, and anthropology.

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