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Artists' Laboratory 1: Mckeever Special Edition

The first book in the Artists' Laboratory series, delves into the work of Ian McKeever through essays and conversations. Produced in a limited edition of 15, each book is complemented with a photographic print Hartgrove, signed and numbered by the artist.

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Product story

This volume includes an essay by the late Norbert Lynton on McKeever’s Hartgrove Paintings, and a conversation between McKeever and a fellow Academician, the sculptor Richard Deacon, in which the two artists discuss their respective practices and their relationship with photography.

The Royal Academy’s Artists’ Laboratory series presents the more experimental and less familiar work of contemporary artists, opening up their creative process to explore the conceptual, visual and practical issues with which they engage. Each title includes conversations with fellow practicioners and essays by leading art historians.

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