Well known for his hyper-realistic paintings, and more recently for sculpture, film and performance works, the work of Australian artist Michael Zavros has been collected by major museums an private collections the world over. In this stunning debut monograph are more than 120 beautifully rendered works, as well as essays from some of the art world’s leading figures.33.8cm x 26.8cm
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