Introduction
Michael "Mike" Kelley (October 27, 1954 in Wayne, Michigan – c. January 31, 2012 in South Pasadena) was an American artist. His work involved found objects, textile banners, drawings, assemblage, collage, performance and video. He often worked collaboratively and had produced projects with artists Paul McCarthy, Tony Oursler and John Miller. Writing in The New York Times, in 2012, Holland Cotter described the artist as "one of the most influential American artists of the past quarter century and a pungent commentator on American class, popular culture and youthful rebellion."
Wikidata
Q543294
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Introduction
Kelley worked in variety of media including video, performance, painting, and sculpture made from found materials. His work often focused on abject subject matter.
Nationality
American
Gender
Male
Roles
Artist, Installation artist, Painter, Performance artist, Sculptor, Video artist
Names
Mike Kelley, Michael Kelley, Mike Kelly
Ulan
500118776
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