By: Michelle Payne(Editor)
192 pages, 180 colour photos
This lavishly illustrated new book celebrates the year-long exhibition at the Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew. Stunning colour photography documents the exhibition in its entirety, allowing outdoor works to be appreciated against a changing seasonal background and showcasing new works created during the artist's twelve-month Kew residency.
Essays explore different facets of David Nash's art and practice in relation to the Kew exhibition. Contributors include Dr Christa Lichtenstein, former Professor for Art History at the University of Saarbruken; Professor Timothy Ingold, Chair of Social Anthropology at the University of Aberdeen; Barry Phipps, Interdisciplinary Fellow at Churchill College, University of Cambridge, and writers from the Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew.<br><br>
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