Very Good. Trade paperback (US). Glued binding. 128 p. Contains: Illustrations. Mark Wallinger's practice has progressed from painting to encompass photography, video, sculpture and installation work. Using irony and satire, he explores issues of identity, particularly class, race and religion. This catalogue accompanies a major exhibition of his work.
VG (slight edgewear, otherwise quite nice. ) Black & color illus. wraps, 128 pp., many color illus. Issued in conjunction with a 2000 exhibition of artwork rendered by British artist Mark Wallinger (b. 1959). With essays by Ian Hunt and David Burrows, a chronology, a bibliography, and many full-color illustrations of Wallinger's creativity. A nice introduction to this intriguing artist.
Exhibition catalogue, Tate Liverpool. First edition. 295x230mm 128 pages. Illustrated in colour and black and white. Paperback with some edge-wear. Marked crease to rear cover and last 12 pages. Very good. With 3D glasses and 8 pages concertina fold program loosely inserted. Mark Wallinger came to prominence in Britain in the mid 1980s and has since earned an international reputation. He was short-listed for the Turner Prize in 1995 and recently completed a new piece of work, Ecce Homo, for the empty plinth in Trafalgar Square, London. Wallinger is one of the most consistently interesting and ambitious British artists of the last 15 years. His work utilizes anxiety, humor, and intelligence to reveal the complex sets of structures and relationships in which daily life unfolds. Wallinger's practice has developed from painting to encompass photography, video, sculpture and installation work. Employing the tools of irony and satire, Wallinger explores issues surrounding the complex themes of identity, class, race, and religion. We are specialists in Catalogues: Exhibitions, Auctions, Collections, etc., with a picture of the cover available on request. All items are as described and dispatched within 36 hours in a secure package. We are professional booksellers with over 32 years experience, you may order with confidence.
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