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John Latham: A World View

John Latham: A World View
Library Shelf Location 18.LATH
Publication Date 2017
Description

John Latham (1921-2006) is widely considered one of the pioneers of British conceptual art.

His work encompassed sculpture, installation, painting, ?lm, land art, engineering, assemblage, performances and happenings and theoretical writings; he is probably most famous for his burning book towers ("skoobs") and his light-show collaborations with Pink Floyd. The incredible diversity of Latham's work was part of a lifelong quest to understand our place in the universe.

The first comprehensive volume on this cult artist, John Latham: A World View traces the trajectory of Latham's practice and brings together archival material, including documentary photographs, texts, correspondence and various ephemera, in order to build a picture of the artist's life and work.

ISBN 9783960980902
Quantity 1
Pages 440p; 20.8 x 3.7 x 17.4 cm
Editors Joseph Constable, Amira Gad
Author Rita Donagh
Format Hardcover
Publishers Serpentine Gallery, London, Koenig Books
Related Artist John Latham
Category Artist (relating to a single artist/collaborative team)
Artist's Nationality British/UK
Language English

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