BOOK: Jock McFadyen by Rowan Moore
Jock McFadyen by Rowan Moore
The product of extensive interviews with the artist, this publication provides the definitive guide to the work of Jock McFadyen RA. The architecture critic Rowan Moore creates a fascinating portrait of the artist, weaving together stories from McFadyen's life - from burning an effigy of his principal and being thrown out of college to a residency at the National Gallery and election to the Royal Academy in 2012 - with an in-depth analysis of his art.
This publication celebrates an important contemporary painter, and is generously illustrated with a selection of McFadyen's works - including Tate Moss, a painting derived from an illicit kayak trip along the canal into London's future Olympic Park, and his recent depictions of a gargantuan moon hanging above Edinburgh.
Related to Jock McFadyen, Lost Boat Party held at Dovecot Studios from 11 June 2021 to 25 September 2021.
Publisher: Royal Academy of Arts
Pub date: 2019
Number of Pages: 160
Dimensions: 24 x 28cm
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