Text by Iain Sinclair and Judith Collins
Published by Prestel Hardback 400 pages with 450 colour illustrations
Dimensions: 245 x 290 mm
Assembled under the artist’s direction, this first major book on the work of Gavin Turk showcases more than two decades of extraordinary sculptures, paintings, prints and installations.
This impressive volume includes Turk’s major works since the early 1990s, an original essay by Iain Sinclair contextualizing the artist’s work under the umbrella of psycho-geography, including the impact of London on Turk’s personae, and an introductory essay by Judith Collins, an international authority on sculpture.
To celebrate the launch of the monograph Turk will be in discussion with Iain Sinclair and Ossian Ward at the V&A on 17th May and talking to Jarvis Cocker and Miranda Sawyer at the Queen Elizabeth Hall, Southbank Centre as part of the London Literary Festival on 24th May.
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A special boxed edition of 50 including a signed print is also available.