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Bashir Makhoul edited by Dr August Jordan Davis and Professor Jonathan Harris

£80.00

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Bashir Makhoul is a retrospective monograph on the art of this influential, British-based Palestinian artist. For more than twenty years, Makhoul has developed work in a range of media which has explored both the aesthetics of modernism and post-modernism as well as offering nuanced political critiques of what it means to be - and to become - Palestinian. From his sumptuous early paintings, through his photographic and video practice, up to his most recent development of lenticular micro-lens printing technique, Makhoul has explored the intertextuality of form and content and art and politics. This publication is the first to provide an overview of Makhoul's oeuvre and makes an important contribution to Palestinian visual art. Exploring the notion of the monograph itself, the introduction by noted art historians Jonathan Harris and August Jordan Davis examines the cultural, theoretical and socio-political significance of Makhoul's two decades of practice. Included in this volume are seven essays, and a substantial interview with Makhoul, which provide readings of Makhoul's work from the early 1990s up to the present day. These include the first publications of two substantial essays (by Harris and Ryan Bishop) on Makhoul's most recent work, his ambitious 2012 installation Enter Ghost, Exit Ghost.

Book is in generally very good condition, with some bumps to the corners of the dust jacket.

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Author(s):
Edited by Dr August Jordan Davis and Professor Jonathan Harris
Condition:
Used: very good
Dimensions:
27.5x22.5cm
Edition:
2012 Edition
Format:
Hardback
Number of pages:
252
Publisher:
Palestinian Art Court
Title:
Bashir Makhoul

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Bashir Makhoul is a retrospective monograph on the art of this influential, British-based Palestinian artist. For more than twenty years, Makhoul has developed work in a range of media which has explored both the aesthetics of modernism and post-modernism as well as offering nuanced political critiques of what it means to be - and to become - Palestinian. From his sumptuous early paintings, through his photographic and video practice, up to his most recent development of lenticular micro-lens printing technique, Makhoul has explored the intertextuality of form and content and art and politics. This publication is the first to provide an overview of Makhoul's oeuvre and makes an important contribution to Palestinian visual art. Exploring the notion of the monograph itself, the introduction by noted art historians Jonathan Harris and August Jordan Davis examines the cultural, theoretical and socio-political significance of Makhoul's two decades of practice. Included in this volume are seven essays, and a substantial interview with Makhoul, which provide readings of Makhoul's work from the early 1990s up to the present day. These include the first publications of two substantial essays (by Harris and Ryan Bishop) on Makhoul's most recent work, his ambitious 2012 installation Enter Ghost, Exit Ghost.

Book is in generally very good condition, with some bumps to the corners of the dust jacket.

Author(s):
Edited by Dr August Jordan Davis and Professor Jonathan Harris
Condition:
Used: very good
Dimensions:
27.5x22.5cm
Edition:
2012 Edition
Format:
Hardback
Number of pages:
252
Publisher:
Palestinian Art Court
Title:
Bashir Makhoul

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