Imants Tillers: Journey to Nowhere | Author: Elita Ansone
For the renowned artist Imants Tillers, whose career spans more than four decades of prolific creative practice. Displacement, diaspora and an awareness of the complex weave of cultures marks all his work, from his experiments with installation in the 1970s and trailblazing appropriations in the 1980s to the holistic system of modular (canvasboard) paintings that number 108,224 today. This publication traces the artist s career through his most formative journeys, a complex odyssey of a visual philosopher who identifies as an outsider in the city of his birth and visitor in his homeland.
218 x 260 x 30.48 mm
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