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Hurvin Anderson: Backdrop - (Paperback) - image 1 of 1
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Number of Pages: 76

Genre: Art

Sub-Genre: Individual Artists

Format: Paperback

Publisher: Contemporary Art Museum, St. Louis

Book theme: Monographs

Language: English

Street Date: January 26, 2016
TCIN: 50881768
UPC: 9780692499412
Item Number (DPCI): 248-12-3550

Description

British artist Hurvin Anderson (born 1965), is best known for evocative paintings that engage with charged social histories and shifting notions of cultural identity. His depictions of lush Caribbean landscapes and urban barbershops explore themes of memory and place, and the indelible connection between the two. Anderson applies paint with deceptive ease, as if eager to capture the scene before it drifts away; figure and ground blend to create compositional spaces where subjects fluidly project forward and recede back into permeable picture planes. The most comprehensive survey of Anderson's work to date, Backdrop examines the artist's practice in depth, presenting new and recent paintings alongside previously unseen sculpture and photography.
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