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Michael Bracewell: The Space Between

Michael Bracewell: The Space Between
Library Shelf Location 05.BRAC
Publication Date 2012
Description Michael Bracewell approaches visual art through its cultural context, the lens of the recent past and prolonged looking. He focuses on detailed descriptions of artworks, expanding their interpretation to include media, politics, music, poetry and other areas of cultural production. Together, the texts read as a history of the UK and British art from 1959 to the present day, featuring artists such as Richard Hamilton, Bridget Riley, Gilbert & George and Damien Hirst. Each essay is accompanied by an illustration selected by Bracewell himself. The collection concludes with a body of recent autobiographical writings, entitled 'Germany is Your America'.
ISBN 9781905464388
Quantity 2
Pages 464
Author Michael Bracewell
Format Paperback
Publisher Ridinghouse, London
Related Artists Bridget Riley, David Shrigley, Dexter Dalwood, Gilbert & George, Jim Lambie, John Stezaker, Damien Hirst, George Shaw, Richard Hamilton
Category Art Theory/Criticism
Language English

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