A bookwork accompanying Jonathan Monk’s first major solo exhibition in England. Jonathan Monk creates a humorous brand of conceptualism. His works, such as his film versions of well known art books, or re-enactments of seminal images by post-war artists, are a gentle poke at the Modernist canon and an attempt to demystify the creative process. Nostalgia and romanticism also play a central role in his practice as the artist draws on his own history, incorporating snapshots and mementos from the family archive. — From the publisher
Bristol: Arnolfini, 2003.
First edition 4to (29.7 × 21 cm) Hardcover Unpaginated [68 pp] Texts in English Pictorial wrappers glued to boards. Spiral bound. Illustrated in b/w throughout.
Near fine. Slight shelf wear and sticker residue on back covers. Internally fine. Item ID: 1335.