A collection of works by American artist Alex Da Corte. The relationship that the author and musician Eminem nurtured through four exhibitions is fully documented, with exhibitions held in various locations from Detroit to Colon, Artist Run Space to international museums. During his thirties, Eminem appeared on and off the author's oeuvre, talking about himself as if to resurface and evolve with America. Writer and writer Hilton Als, writer and artist Charlie Fox, fellow writer and artist William Pym, artist Martine Syms, visual arts An essay by historian Moritz Wesseler explores Eminem's place in American culture, his role in the author's work, and the narrative of the larger American collective identity. A Q&A with Jørgen Leth provides a comprehensive discussion, inspired bythe director's 1982 filmAndy Warhol Eating a Hamburger . This book is a highly complete pictorial record, yet it offers an important perspective on 21st-century American culture as a work of complete fantasy.
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