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Conor Harrington: Watch Your Palace Fall

de Conor Harrington

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This monograph is the first to chart the entire career of Irish artist Conor Harrington, from the nascent graffiti of his teenage years to his status as an internationally recognised artist. Striking photography captures the visual evolution of a unique practice that has united the opulent ceremony of the baroque with the stark immediacy of graffiti. Equally celebrated for both his large-scale gallery work and vast outdoor pieces, the book is split into Indoor and Outdoor sections. Harrington's artistic journey takes in Ireland, the UK, the US, Norway, Spain, Poland, Brazil and even the Bethlehem Wall, and is supplemented by fascinating documentary photography alongside the artist's personal narrative. Jane Neal's newly commissioned essay The Dance of Mind introduces the monograph, whilst an informal Q&A between Harrington and journalist JJ O'Donoghue illuminates the methods of his practice. An accompanying zine entitled 'Before 2008'-designed to echo the DIY means of Harrington's youth-profiles the rebellious, creative landscape of his Cork adolescence.… (més)
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This monograph is the first to chart the entire career of Irish artist Conor Harrington, from the nascent graffiti of his teenage years to his status as an internationally recognised artist. Striking photography captures the visual evolution of a unique practice that has united the opulent ceremony of the baroque with the stark immediacy of graffiti. Equally celebrated for both his large-scale gallery work and vast outdoor pieces, the book is split into Indoor and Outdoor sections. Harrington's artistic journey takes in Ireland, the UK, the US, Norway, Spain, Poland, Brazil and even the Bethlehem Wall, and is supplemented by fascinating documentary photography alongside the artist's personal narrative. Jane Neal's newly commissioned essay The Dance of Mind introduces the monograph, whilst an informal Q&A between Harrington and journalist JJ O'Donoghue illuminates the methods of his practice. An accompanying zine entitled 'Before 2008'-designed to echo the DIY means of Harrington's youth-profiles the rebellious, creative landscape of his Cork adolescence.

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