Homes for America, a two-page spread originally published in Arts Magazine (December 1966 – January 1967), documents the serial architecture of the American suburbs.
The series of images illustrates all the possible variations on decorative motifs and materials. Through the photographs, Graham draws a critical parallel between the housing industry and the seriality inherited from the aesthetic of Minimal Art.
People in a highway restaurant, Jersey City; Two families in front of a housing development, Staten Island, New York
Limited Edition of 40
Size: 70 x 50 cm
Medium: Two colour photographs glued on paper
Signed and numbered on the front
(The date 1967 written by the artist on each
plate refers to the photos Homes for America series)
Produced and published by Noire Edition, 1996
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