Dexter Dalwood Florence Derieux

ISBN: 9781854379177

Published: January 21st 2011

Paperback

160 pages


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Dexter Dalwood  by  Florence Derieux

Dexter Dalwood by Florence Derieux
January 21st 2011 | Paperback | PDF, EPUB, FB2, DjVu, audiobook, mp3, RTF | 160 pages | ISBN: 9781854379177 | 4.23 Mb

British artist Dexter Dalwood (b.1960) is the closest thing the contemporary scene has to a history painter. His haunting paintings and collages depict scenes that bear the traces of important historical moments, or sites where celebrities ofMoreBritish artist Dexter Dalwood (b.1960) is the closest thing the contemporary scene has to a history painter. His haunting paintings and collages depict scenes that bear the traces of important historical moments, or sites where celebrities of different kinds have lived or died.

His subjects range from major political events like The Death of David Kelly (2008) or The Birth of the UN (2003), to places lodged in the collective cultural unconscious, like Sharon Tates House (1998), Neverland (1999), or Camp David (1999). This book, featuring major paintings and collages made over the last twelve years, includes newly commissioned essays by Michael Bracewell and Terry R.

Meyers, as well as an extensive interview with the artist by Martin Clark and Florence Derieux. It is the first career overview of Dalwoods work to be published.



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