Louise Lawler: Receptions | Author: Roxana Marcoci
Published in conjunction with a major survey of the artist Louise Lawler, this catalogue charts the creative practice of one of the most influential artists working in the fields of picture-making and institutional critique. Since the 1970s, Lawler has expanded from a feminist position upon the legacy of institutional critique initiated by an earlier generation of Conceptual artists. Engaging a variety of art-world positions, including that of artist, curator, fact-checker, publicist and photo editor, Lawler has distinguished herself as one of the most creative artists of our age.
The rich selection of plates comprehensively records the artist's practice to date and underscores the radical inventiveness of Lawler's practice. The performative nature of Lawler's practice is mirrored in the design of the book's dust jacket; when turned inside out, it features a signature Lawler picture as an 'adjusted to fit' poster. The book is an indispensable resource for anyone interested in late-20th and early-21st-century art.
Do Make: The power of your own two hands | Author: James Otter
We are all makers. From brewing our morning coffee to folding a paper aeroplane, we find it satisfying to create something that didn't exist before. And it isn't just about...
Do photo: Observe. Compose. Capture. Standout. | Author: Andrew Paynter
In a world where everyone is a photographer now, how do you stand out? The answer can be found in this simple but profound book. It will train your eye...
Unlocking the Universe | Author: Lucy & Stephen Hawking
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Have you ever wondered how the universe began? Or what it takes to put humans on the moon - or even on Mars? What would you do if you could...