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Art-crit free pdf CD-ROM for Windows ocuments works exhibited at The Gallery London 1973-78 with additional series developed by Cv/Visual Arts Research. The volume contains comprehensive illustrations, technical descriptions, artists notes and quotations with critical assessments of the art and events. Focuses on modular photo-display stands produced in 1974 to 76 that carried works often of a documentary and political nature. Projects devised between artists included leading figures in international contemporary art: John Latham,Rita Donagh, Stephen Willats, Vaughan Grylls, Gerald Newman, Jonathan Miles.Texts place the art and events within the context of the emerging creative tendencies, and the cultural base and ideas from which they formed.

About N. P. James

NP James studied painting with Frank Auerbach and Keith Vaughan at the Slade School of Art. In 1972 he initiated The Gallery, 65a Lisson Street, staging projects between artists until 1978. He worked as a house-writer on the Dictionary of Art (Macmillan London

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Author : N. P. James
Publisher : CV Publications
Data Published : 01 March 2005
ISBN : 1904727360
EAN : 9781904727361
Format Book : PDF, Epub, DOCx, TXT
Number of Pages : pages
Age + : 15 years
Language : English
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