Felix Gonzalez-Torres (b. 1957, Cuba) lived and worked in New York City from 1979 until his death from AIDS-related complications in 1996.
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Andrea Rosen Gallery
González-Torres' exhibition history including pictures of his works.
The Art Institute of Chicago
Twenty one works of González-Torres
Artcyclopedia - Felix Gonzalez-Torres
Links to images of his museum and gallery holdings provided.
Felix Gonzalez-Torres at MMK
Provides pictures and information towards the exhibition 'Specific Objects without Specific Form'.
Guggenheim: Félix González-Torres
Information about several pieces in the museum's collection.
MoMA Collection: Félix González-Torres
Provides a comprehensive biography including a slideshow showing images of his work.
Museum für Moderne Kunst
Article reviewing Félix's artworks and style.
The Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles
Analysis on one of his works.
Queer Cultural Center
Biography, image gallery, and transcript of 1995 interview by Robert Storr for ArtPress magazine offered in addition to Lawrence Rinder's review of the artist's 1994 solo MATRIX/Berkeley 161 exhibition.
Walker Art Gallery
Quotations of the artist himself provide image captions and link to a comprehensive bibliography and critical reviews of his work.
Wikipedia - Félix González-Torres
Article showing a complete biography regarding the American, Cuban-born visual artist.
Digital Journalist: 20 Years - AIDS and Photography
W.M. Hunt explores the subjective nature and affirms the diversity of interpretations for the artist's "Visions" series, sponsored by New York Museum of Modern Art's Projects 34. (June 01, 2001)
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