Artists' Laboratory 5: Hughie O’Donoghue
The artist's exploration of rememberance and mythology, including a discussion with Grayson Perry.
|No. of Pages||48|
|Dimensions||25.4 x 30.7 x 3.3cm|
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The Artists' Laboratory series presents the more experimental and less familiar work of contemporary artists, opening up the creative process to explore the conceptual and practical concerns with which they engage. For the painter Hughie O'Donoghue, this process involves research into his family's past, in particular his father's experiences during the Second World War - an ongoing project that he likens to a draughtsman's exploration of subject-matter. In this fifth book of the Artists' Laboratory series he and Grayson Perry discuss ideas of remembrance and O'Donoghue reflects on the personal and art-historical references that inform his practice. 23.5 x 16.5cm, 48 pages, 30 illustrations.