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‘Art History (Part One)’ is a conceptual, text-based artwork that was first exhibited in 2004 at the Palais de Tokyo, Paris. By designating artists as the rightful owners of mediums, materials or concepts, Vidor refers to the weight of Art history and the power structures underlying the art market.

Vuk Vidor (born 1965) is a Serbian artist who lives and works in Paris, France. He works in several mediums including painting, sculpture, photography, print, installation, and collage. Vidor uses Pop art style to express ideas of social tension and power structures in Western society that stem from the weight of history. Vidor exhibits in Paris, Belgrade, New York and Copenhagen.

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  • Private Collection, FR
  • Pickup Location: France
  • Shipping Dimensions: 41.5 x 29 in. (105.41 x 73.66 cm.)
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