Douglas Gordon (Modern Artists Series)
Katrina M. Brown
Softcover | 21 x 1 x 27 cm | 128
Tate Publishing | 2004 | 9781854374646
This text forms part of Tate Publishing's Modern Artists monographs. It looks at Douglas Gordon, an artist who first came to prominence in the 1990s, winning the Turner Prize in 1996.
Gordon has received recognition as one of the most exciting and challenging British artist working today. His deployment of pre-existing material, most spectacularly illustrated in his use of Hitchcock's iconic thriller in his work 24 Hour Pyscho (1993), attracted particular attention. Katrina M. Brown explores the relationship between word and image, remembering and forgetting, good and evil, and love and hate that permeated Gordon's work. Interviews with the artist provide a revealing insight into the physical impact and rigour of his videos, photographic, audio and text-based works over the past decade. Six key works are examined in depth.
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