Highlighting the best and most significant of public art in city centres, sculpture parks, site-specific installations in museums, memorials designed by contemporary artists, works of land art, and much more, Destination Art is an informative and enjoyable overview of the most significant and travel-worthy art around the globe.
Destination Art is a global guide to 500 works of art worth travelling to. It is a compendium of place-specific art from across the globe that celebrates the joy and wonder of experiencing artworks in their native environment, while providing helpful information to make the journey easier —Artsbeat
The aim of the book is simple: to provide a comprehensive guide to public art in city centres, parks and memorials […] and perhaps, as a result, to encourage people to leave their smartphones, computers and books and to journey to see the real thing —Aesthetica
Pages: 560 pp
Illustrations: 500 illustrations
Dimensions: 184 x 124 mm
Ship to Shore : Art and the Lure of the Sea
John Hansard Gallery, Southampton, UK
Ship to Shore: Art and the Lure of the Seaemerges from an exhibition curated by Dr Jean Wainwright in collaboration with SeaCity Museum and the John Hansard Gallery, University of Southampton in 2014. Texts by Philip Hoare and Dr Jean Wainwright including interviews by Jean Wainwright with all the artists in the exhibition:Claire Kerr, Dorothy Cross, Tacita Dean, Chris Burden, Simon Patterson, Steffi Klenz, Catherine Yass, Tracey Emin, Isaac Julien, Zenib Sedira, Humphrey Ocean, Yinka Shonibare MBE, Langlands & Bell, Thomas Joshua Cooper, Mark Power, Susan Hiller. Numerous illustrations.
Number of pages: 168
Dimensions: 230 x 160 mm