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DESCRIPTIONAngus Fairhurst, Damien Hirst, and Sarah Lucas First met while studying Fine Arts at Goldsmiths College, London, in the 1980s, and have remained close friends ever since. All three took part in the group show Freeze in 1988, and subsequently went on to become among the most important artists of their generation, taking part in numerous international exhibitions. By their own admission, they have influenced each other through a process of social interaction and intermittent collaboration over the past fifteen years. Nearly twenty years after they first met, the artists have come together for an exhibition whose title (a mutated pop reference to the classical theme of the Garden of Eden) is taken from the 1968 recording by the psychedelic rock band Iron Butterfly. The exhibition, and its accompanying catalogue, will serve as both a record of the artists’ careers so far, and also a preview of the new ideas and developments that are currently influencing their art today. New works, made collaboratively for the exhibition, will be juxtaposed with the artists’ previous offerings, creating fresh perspectives of the work of each artist. The catalogue’s text, illustrated with photographs of the artists by long-time fellow traveler Jonnie Shand Kydd, discusses the friendship between the artists; their works, past and present; and the “manifesto” of ideas that influences their art. The creative process that lies behind this unique exhibition will be fully documented (and a record of the exhibition itself provided) through specially commissioned photographs.

About the Author

Gregor Muir is a curator of contemporary art at Tate. Clarrie Wallis is a curator at Tate Britain and a contributor to Days Like These.

Product Details

ISBN:
9781854374967
Binding:
Trade Paperback
Publication date:
06/29/2004
Publisher:
HARRY N ABRAMS INC
Pages:
112
Height:
.43IN
Width:
10.96IN
Thickness:
.50
Number of Units:
1
Illustration:
Yes
Copyright Year:
2004
UPC Code:
2801854374969
Editor:
Gregor Muir
Author:
Clarrie Wallis
Author:
Gregor Muir
Subject:
Architecture-Architects
Subject:
Great britain
Subject:
Art-Museums and Collections
Subject:
Artistic collaboration.

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