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The Slow Disappearance of Meaning and Truth, 2014

Steel, Acrylic, Neon, Carnival Fluorescent lights
40 × 77 in
101.6 × 195.6 cm
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The Office
Robert Montgomery
Scottish, b. 1972
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Inspired by the graffiti artists of East London, the poetry of Philip Larkin, the philosophy of Guy …

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Inspired by the graffiti artists of East London, the poetry of Philip Larkin, the philosophy of Guy Debord, and the French student protesters of May 1968, Robert Montgomery’s text-based conceptual works are both cryptic and emotionally resonant. Montgomery began his career making minimalist sculptures with long, …

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About the work
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The Office
Robert Montgomery
Scottish, b. 1972
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Inspired by the graffiti artists of East London, the poetry of Philip Larkin, the philosophy of Guy …

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Inspired by the graffiti artists of East London, the poetry of Philip Larkin, the philosophy of Guy Debord, and the French student protesters of May 1968, Robert Montgomery’s text-based conceptual works are both cryptic and emotionally resonant. Montgomery began his career making minimalist sculptures with long, …

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The Slow Disappearance of Meaning and Truth, 2014

Steel, Acrylic, Neon, Carnival Fluorescent lights
40 × 77 in
101.6 × 195.6 cm
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