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While Korine’s practice spans across several—film, writing, and art. He first came to prominence as a result of his screenplay, Kids, which he wrote at the age of 19 in 1995. Over the past 20 years, Korine has come to produce cult classics like Spring Breakers, Gummo, and Trash Humpers, and has become a major figure in the indie art and culture community.
In addition to featuring Korine’s well-known projects, the book also spotlights the importance of process and experimentation—things that have been vital to developing the artist’s singular and constantly evolving practice.
The publication includes an exclusive essay by curator Alicia Knock and an interview by film critic Emmanuel Bureau, which will both shed light on Korine’s interests and common threads found throughout his work—like a fascination with the surreal quality of contemporary life.
Harmony Korine also precedes the artist’s solo exhibition “BLOCKBUSTER,” which opens at Gagosian Gallery’s Madison Avenue location in New York on September 11.