The major monograph on Michael Fullerton, surveying the depth of his artistic practice alongside source imagery and text. With writing by John Calcutt.
Featuring... John Peel, Catherine Graham, Gainsborough, polyurethane and many more.
'Ranging from three-dimensional models of the rods and cones of the eye to large-scale screen prints and traditional portrait painting, Michael Fullerton's works appear to share little aesthetic common ground. However, all explore the processes involved in the recording and transmission of information.
His materials and methods often directly reference the tools and technologies of communication, such as newsprint or videotape, while his portraits have depicted social commentators such as the late John Peel. While associations are far-reaching, Fullerton's works collectively form an ongoing investigation into the relationship between subject, aesthetics and creative process.' (Tate)
208 pages 27 x 22 cm
English, hardback, published by MER, Ghent, with Carl Freedman Gallery, London