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Mary Kelly: Projects, 1973-2010
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Mary Kelly (born 1941) is known for her project-based work, addressing questions of sexuality, identity, and historical memory in the form of large-scale narrative installations. Mary Kelly: Projects, 1973-2010 has been published to accompany the most comprehensive exhibition of the American artist’s work ever presented internationally, at the Whitworth Art Gallery, The University of Manchester. Over a hundred color images illustrate the trajectory, force and relevance of Kelly’s artistic vision.
This collection of new essays and interviews by seven scholars and curators surveys forty years of projects. New light is shed on Kelly’s early career and a newly commissioned work; Habitus (2010, produced with Ray Barrie) is discussed and beautifully illustrated for the first time.
This book brings together exciting new analysis of Mary Kelly’s influential career by significant art historians, as well as providing a beautiful visual survey of Kelly’s art practice to date.
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