With an introduction by George Adams and essays by Jenelle Porter, Eva Rivlin and Tamsin Smith.
Published to coincide with the 30th anniversary of Joan Brown’s death, October 26th, 1990, and accompanying the exhibition of the same name, this catalogue is the first comprehensive look at Brown’s drawing practice. Focusing on the first half of the 1970s, an extremely prolific period for the artist, it reveals how the intersecting influences of her life, career and practice found an outlet in her drawings from the model. Extensively illustrated and including several rarely seen archival images, the catalogue shows Brown at her most experimental and reinforces her reputation as a confident and individualistic artist.
40 color reproductions
11 x 8 inches