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Peter Doig (Rizzoli Classics)

Peter Doig (Rizzoli Classics)
Library Shelf Location 18.DOIG
Publication Date 2016
Description

In every generation of artists, there are a few who propose a new set of questions and alter the way we understand art. Peter Doig is such an artist. This handsome monograph considers the painter's entire career, beginning with the early work produced in the 1990s when Doig's enigmatic but wholly new conception of painting was first introduced to audiences. Doig was born to Scottish parents, spent several years as a child in Trinidad, later settling in Canada for his formative early teen years. He found his voice while at art school in London, albeit one that was out of step with the work of the time (much of it installation-based and dripping with neo-conceptualist leanings). He had developed a small following of fellow artists and critics when the rest of the art world caught up and took notice. In 2002, he left London for Trinidad, where he has remained. The small Caribbean island-with its own distinctive light and landscape-has deeply influenced his recent work. This volume was designed in close collaboration with the artist, with a cover and various interior elements created especially by the artist.

ISBN 9780847849796
Quantity 1
Pages 432p; 21.8 x 4.3 x 28.2 cm
Author Richard Shiff
Format Hardback
Publisher Rizzoli International Publications, New York
Related Artist Peter Doig
Categories Artist (relating to a single artist/collaborative team), Painting
Artist's Nationality Scottish
Language English

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