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Callum Morton: International Style

Main Gallery Jun 18–Aug 21, 1999

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Callum-Morton--International-Style,-1999

With the installation International Style, Melbourne artist Callum Morton continued his investigations into the relationship between private and public space. This new work referenced Mies van der Rohe’s Farnsworth House (built in Illinois, 1945-1950), known at the time as ”a new vision of art and life.” By reconstructing a seminal model of Bauhaus design within the Museum, Morton commented on the suburban framework that characterizes Los Angeles, Melbourne, and other urban centers, and on increasingly mobile lifestyles that engender distracted or incidental modes of perception.