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Gordon Matta-Clark (born Gordon Roberto Echaurren Matta; 22 June 1943 – 27 August 1978) was an American artist best known for his site-specific artworks he made in the 1970s.
- Films on UbuWeb
- with Carol Goodden, Tina Girouard, Food, Cologne: Walther König, and Manchester: Cornerhouse, 2000, 48 pp. (English)/(German)
- Gordon Matta-Clark. An Archival Sourcebook, eds. Gwendolyn Owens and Philip Ursprung, University of California Press, 2022, 424 pp. Publisher.
- Pamela M. Lee, Object to Be Destroyed: The Work of Gordon Matta-Clark, MIT Press, 1999, 280 pp.
- James Attlee, Lisa Le Feuvre, Gordon Matta-Clark: The Space Between, Portland: Nazraeli Press, 2003.
- Stephen Walker, "Gordon Matta-Clark: Drawing on Architecture", Grey Room 18, 2005, pp 108-131.
- James Attlee, "Towards Anarchitecture: Gordon Matta-Clark and Le Corbusier", Tate Papers 7, Spring 2007.
- Stephen Walker, Gordon Matta-Clark: Art, Architecture and the Attack on Modernism, London: IB Tauris, 2009.
- Éric Alliez, "Gordon Matta-Clark: ‘Somewhere Outside the Law’", trans. Robin Mackay, Journal of Visual Culture 15:3, 2016, pp 317-333.
- Mark Wigley, James Graham, Cutting Matta-Clark: The Anarchitecture Project, Lars Müller and GSAPP Books, 2017, 400 pp.
- Frances Richard, Gordon Matta-Clark: Physical Poetics, University of California Press, 2019, 560 pp. Publisher.
- My Summer '77 with Gordon Matta-Clark, dir. Cherica Convents, 2014, 30 min. 
- Gordon Matta-Clark collection, Canadian Centre for Architecture