A longstanding virtuoso of new media, Jim Campbell has been transforming the visual lexicon of digital data into art for 20 years. This retrospective of his career is buttressed with commentary by some of the genre's leading critics, such as John G. Hanhardt of the Smithsonian, Richard Schiff from the University of Texas at Austin and Richard Grusin, co-author of "Remediation: Understanding New Media."Hardcover
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Michael Armitage: The Promised Land
Born in Nairobi, 1984, Michael Armitage is one of Kenya’s most exciting young artists. His lush, often large-scale paintings merge the traditions of European modernism with the subjects and materials...
Icons of contemporary American realism, the works of Richard Estes have established him as one of the pre-eminent realist painters of his generation. Photorealism emerged in the late 1960s and...
This chronological anthology reflects on the aesthetic, cultural and philosophical meaning of colour to artists within the broader context of anthropology, film, philosophy and science. Those who loathe colour have...