Felicity Milburn, Lara Strongman et al.
Hard cover book
Séraphine Pick’s original and imaginative practice has made her one of New Zealand’s most highly regarded painters.
From the spectral dresses, leaky baths and teetering suitcases of the 1990s to the psychologically charged dreamscapes of more recent years, this book brings together more than a hundred works made between 1994 and 2009. This richly illustrated publication features essays by Felicity Milburn and Lara Strongman, an interview by Sally Blundell, a short story by Elizabeth Knox, and texts responding to individual works of art by Jonathan Bywater, Felicity Milburn, Allan Smith and Andrew Paul Wood.
This book was made possible with the support of Adrian Burr, Paul and Dianne Chaney Family Trust, Hamish McKay Gallery, Ross and Helen Stevenson, Aloysius and Eileen Teh, Roderick and Jean Thomas, University of Canterbury, Watermark Print Workshop, and Nigel Williams Rae-ann Sinclair. Published with the assistance of Christchurch City Council, Creative New Zealand and the Friends of Christchurch Art Gallery.
Author: Felicity Milburn, Lara Strongman et al.
Dimensions: 287 x 247mm
Imprint: Christchurch Art Gallery Te Puna o Waiwhetū
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