A beautiful and comprehensive monograph on the career of artist George Shaw.
Spanning thirty years, George Shaw's work is a uniquely British view on the urban and suburban landscape we're surrounded by. With his famous paintings of the area in Coventry where he grew up, to his stunning studies of trees in both colour and black and white, this book is a must have for admirers of the Turner Prize winning artist containing a massive amount of his work and essays from respected critics such as Mark Hallett and Tom Crow. It also contains an interview with fellow contemporary artist Jeremy Deller which gives a fascinating insight into the artistic process of his work. George Shaw has exhibited twice at BALTIC Centre for Contemporary Art and we believe this is the monograph Shaw deserves to celebrate his phenomenal contribution to the art world so far.
Hardback book, 360 pages.
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