Chris Burden Interviewed in New York Times

September 9th, 2013

In the run-up to his career retrospective at the New Museum next month, Chris Burden is profiled in the New York Times, detailing his diverse and challenging body of work, his position as a highly influential, yet elusively underground figure in the American art world, and his Topanga Canyon home where he lives and works with his wife, sculptor Nancy Rubins.  “One of the reasons Nancy and I have lived up here is so we can just leave lots of junk lying around, and it doesn’t bother anyone that much,” says Burden. “Money has come into this canyon in the last few years. By our standards, it’s starting to get a little too crowded.”

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