This catalogue accompanies the Pangaea exhibition that opened in the Saatchi Gallery in April 2014. The exhibition and the catalogue, provide an introduction to the work of sixteen of the most promising artists emerging in Africa and Latin America. Paperback 156 pages 29.6cm x 21cm Illustrated...
This poster was produced for the exhibition 'Pangaea' which opened at the Saatchi Gallery in April 2014, and is taken from the cover of the exhibition catalogue. Artist: Jonathan Chadwick Dimensions: 67cm x 50 cm Supplied rolled in a tube
This catalogue accompanies Premonition: Ukrainian Art Now exhibition that opened in the Saatchi Gallery in October 2014. The exhibition forms the largest survey to date of contemporary Ukrainian art in the UK, bringing...
This mini - print was produced for the Pangaea exhibition which opened at the Saatchi Gallery April 2014 The work is by the artist Boris Nzebo who was born in 1979, Port-Gentil, Gabon He lives and works in Douala, Cameroon. Print dimensions: 35.6 cm x 27.8cm Image dimensions: 23.5 cm x 20.5cm
This mini-print was produced as part of the Pangaea exhibition which opened at the Saatchi Gallery from April 2014. The work is by the artist Vincent Michea, who was born in 1963, Figeac, France and lives and works in Paris and Dakar Print dimensions: 35.6cm x 27.8cm Image dimensions: 27.2cm x 18.6 cm
This mini print was produced for the Pangaea Exhibition which exhibited at the Saatchi Gallery April 2014. The work is by the artist Aboudia who was born in 1983, Abidjan, Ivory Coast where he lives and works. Print dimensions: 28 cm x 35cm Image dimensions 16.7cm x 27.2cm
A retrospective collection of Latin American art. The pieces discussed are from "the Daros" collection, the largest collection of Latin American art in Europe. This is an exhibition catalogue for the Irish Museum of Modern Art, Dublin. Author: Herzog Hans-Michel Hardback 300 pages 21.5 cm x 25.5 cm Published by...
Lively, thought-provoking, comprehensive, and packed with more than 500 images, this book widens the expected historical narrative, allowing us to imagine a future of diverse aesthetics and shared concerns in the common language of contemporary art. Author: Twelve Curators
This book offers a new map of contemporary art's new worlds. The Global Contemporary and the Rise of New Art Worlds documents the globalization of the visual arts and the rise of the contemporary over the last twenty years. Editied by: Hans Belting, Andrea Buddensieg, Peter Weibel