Dan Flavin

Dan Flavin: (1962/3, 1970, 1996)

May 22, 1997 - June 14, 1998



This exhibition of the late Dan Flavin's work includes Flavin's first piece executed entirely in fluorescent light, diagonal of May 25, 1963 (to Constantin Brancusi), 1963. [pictured above] Also on view are Flavin's icon series, untitled, 1970, and the site-specific work commissioned by Dia in 1996 that stretches from the first floor to the roof through Dia's stairwells, and consists of blue and green fluorescent light.



Flavin, Dan. "'...in daylight or cool white': an autobiographical sketch," Artforum 4, no. 4 (December 1965), pp. 21-24.

corners, barriers, and corridors in fluorescent light from Dan Flavin. Saint Louis: The Saint Louis Art Museum, 1973. Texts by Dan Flavin and Emily S. Rauh.

Dan Flavin. Installationen in fluoreszierendem Licht 1989-1993. Frankfurt am Main: Städtische Galerie im Städel, 1993. Texts by Beatrice von Bismarck, Dan Flavin, and Klaus Gallwitz.

Dan Flavin. Munich: Kunstbau Lenbachhaus, 1994. Texts by Dan Flavin, Helmut Friedel, Uwe Kiessler, Christian Ude, and Ulrich Wilmes.

Dan Flavin: drawings, diagrams, and prints 1972-1975, and installations in fluorescent light 1972-1975. Fort Worth: The Fort Worth Art Museum, 1976. Texts by Jay Belloli, Dan Flavin, and Emily S. Rauh.

Dan Flavin: fluorescent light etc. Ottawa: National Gallery of Canada for the Queen's Printer, 1969. Texts by Mel Bochner, Dan Flavin, Donald Judd, and Brydon Smith.

Dan Flavin: three installations in fluorescent light. Cologne: Wallraf-Richartz-Museum and the Kunsthalle Cologne, 1973-74. Texts by Dan Flavin and Manfred Schneckenburger.

"monuments" for V. Tatlin from Dan Flavin, 1964-1982. Chicago: Donald Young Gallery for The Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles, in collaboration with Leo Castelli Gallery, New York, 1989. Text by Dan Flavin.

Zeichnungen, Diagramme, Druckgraphik 1972-1975 und zwei Installationen in fluoreszierendem Licht von Dan Flavin; Fnf Installationen in fluoreszierendem Licht von Dan Flavin. Basel: Kunstmuseum Basel and Kunsthalle Basel, 1975. Texts by Carlo Huber, Donald Judd, and Franz Meyer.

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