Clare Woods: Deaf Man's House

Clare Woods: Deaf Man's House
Library Shelf Location 18.WOOD
Publication Date
Description This book contains essays by Barry Schwabsky and Simon Wallis. The English countryside offers a fascinatingly malleable subject allowing deeply embedded primal stories, desires and experiences to unfold: a significant aspect of Clare Woods' paintings. These are often derived from the photographs Woods takes of rural life, including supernaturally charged places, sometimes obscured by snow or nightfall. Her locations, devoid of any particular focus, are symbolic landscapes, humanized through palpable emotions and unseen presences. This publication accompanies the exhibition, "Clare Woods: Deaf Man's House" at Chisenhale Gallery, London.
ISBN 3865601448
Quantity 1
Pages 82
Authors Barry Schwabsky, Simon Wallis
Formats Exhibition Catalogue, Hardback
Publisher Koenig Books
Related Artist Clare Woods
Category Painting
Keyword Emotions
Related Gallery Chisenhale Gallery, London
Artist's Nationality British/UK
Language English

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