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Colin Self. Art in the Nuclear Age

£29.99

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Pallant House Gallery Chichester, 2008. 27cm. Soft Covers. Condition. Fine.

The first major publication on the celebrated British Pop artist Colin Self, published to coincide with Self's retrospective exhibition of the same name at Pallant House Gallery. Illustrates over 100 works and traces the development of Self's art from his days as a student at the Slade in the 1960s up to the present day, exploring his engagement with modern culture in the Cold War era. In a series of texts which draw upon numerous conversations with the artist, Simon Martin considers the key themes in Self's work including subjects such as cartoons, hot dogs, Art Deco cinemas and glamorous Vogue models, as well as his treatment of the darker side of the nuclear age: guard dogs on missile bases, powerful drawings of Hiroshima victims and grotesque women in fall out shelters.

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Author(s):
Martin Simon and Livingstone Marco
Condition:
Fine
Format:
Paperback
Number of pages:
0

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Pallant House Gallery Chichester, 2008. 27cm. Soft Covers. Condition. Fine.

The first major publication on the celebrated British Pop artist Colin Self, published to coincide with Self's retrospective exhibition of the same name at Pallant House Gallery. Illustrates over 100 works and traces the development of Self's art from his days as a student at the Slade in the 1960s up to the present day, exploring his engagement with modern culture in the Cold War era. In a series of texts which draw upon numerous conversations with the artist, Simon Martin considers the key themes in Self's work including subjects such as cartoons, hot dogs, Art Deco cinemas and glamorous Vogue models, as well as his treatment of the darker side of the nuclear age: guard dogs on missile bases, powerful drawings of Hiroshima victims and grotesque women in fall out shelters.

Author(s):
Martin Simon and Livingstone Marco
Condition:
Fine
Format:
Paperback
Number of pages:
0

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