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Body: New Art from the UK by Bruce Grenville
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Body: New Art from the UK

by Bruce Grenville

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Mixed media. This catalogue contains essays by Bruce Grenville and Douglas Coupland; artists' biographies by Colin Ledwith; forewords by Kathleen S. Bartels, Peter Chenery and Brett Rogers. Co-published by Vancouver Art Gallery and the British Council, this catalogue has been published to accompany a British Council exhibition touring to five venues throughout Canada. This exhibition explores new contemporary works by 14 influential artists whose principal focus is the human body. Emerging in the 1990s, the aggressive, in-your-face attitude of these artists united the forces of British youth culture, mass marketing and high art.… (more)

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