From Death to Death and Other Small Tales (hardback)

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National Galleries of Scotland
Keith Hartley, Lucy Askew & Richard Flood
Printed paper case hardback
Page count:
152 printed pages
100 colour
Item Size:
21.5 x 26.5 cm

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Award Winning 'Best Exhibition Catalogue at British Book Design & Production Awards 2013'

The judges said it was, ‘a beautiful catalogue that serves as an addition to the exhibition and also a reference book in its own right. Interesting content supported by considered design from start to finish. Attention to detail alongside high production values.’

This book brings together works from one of the most important private collections of modern and contemporary art, the D.Daskalopoulos Collection with key pieces from the Scottish National Gallery of Modern Art. Providing a new context for both collections, it specifically focuses on the theme of the body, investigating the many and varied approaches that artists have taken across several decades when dealing with this most fundamental of subjects.

Highlighting the work of artists such as Marcel Duchamp, Pablo Picasso, Louise Bourgeois, Joseph Beuys, Robert Gober, Matthew Barney, Marina Abramovic and Sarah Lucas, the publication documents the confrontations and dialogues staged between the two collections, and provides a rich insight into one of the most compelling and provocative themes in twentieth and twenty-first century visual art.

Keith Hartley is Chief Curator at the Scottish National Gallery of Modern Art, Edinburgh. He has written widely on contemporary art, including Andy Warhol, Duane Hanson and Ed Rusha.

Lucy Askew is Senior Curator (Exhibitions) at the Scottish National Gallery of Modern Art, Edinburgh, specialising in post-war and contemporary art.

Richard Flood is the Director of Special Projects and Curator at Large at the New Museum, New York.  He has taught at the Rhode Island Institute of Art and Design, The Royal College of Art, and the National College of Art and Design in Dublin.  His writing has appeared frequently in Artforum, Parkett, and Frieze.