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Nicholas Pope

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Nicholas Pope
RIDINGHOUSE

Pbk, 8.88 x 10.63 in. / 192 pgs / 180 color. | 9/1/2013 | In stock
$49.95



Nicholas Pope: Drawings
RIDINGHOUSE

Pbk, 9.63 x 11.25 in. / 128 pgs / 96 color. | 4/1/2016 | In stock
$32.00



Nicholas Pope: DrawingsNicholas Pope: Drawings

Published by Ridinghouse.

Investigating material and form, Nicholas Popeís vivid and energetic drawing has informed the artistís sculpture throughout his career.

Having predominantly employed variations of circles and holes in graphite and charcoal throughout the 1970Ė80s, since the early 1990s Pope has introduced more complex and vibrant arrangements of colour in Indian ink, paint and biro.

Engaging with themes of ritual, religion and morality, the drawings coexist alongside the artistís sculpture; developing out of other works as well as becoming a foundation for new ideas.

Accompanied by over 90 images of drawings spanning four decades, the volume includes a text by James Hamilton and an exchange between the artist and Jon Wood, which focuses on the drawingsí deployment of colour as well as their relationship to Popeís sculpture.



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Nicholas PopeNicholas Pope

Published by Ridinghouse.

Nicholas Popeís multivalent sculpture explores the inherent physical qualities of his materials. This landmark monograph presents the first substantial overview of his work.

British artist Nicholas Pope was best known in the 1970s and early 1980s for his large-scale sculptures made of wood, metal, stone, sheet lead or chalk.

Following his 1980 exhibition representing Britain at the Venice Biennale, Pope was awarded a Cultural Visitor grant to Zimbabwe and Tanzania; an experience that affected the rest of his life and twisted his artistic practice completely. In a move towards softer, more malleable materials such as glass, porcelain, texture, moulded aluminium and ceramics, Pope began to make abstract works that reference complicated themes of spirituality, suicide and society.

The first comprehensive monograph on the artist, this publication features over 150 colour illustrations alongside an introduction to the artist by Penelope Curtis, an analysis of the work's religious themes by Christopher Townsend and Andrew Sabin's exploration of Pope's recent work.



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