A Shadow on the Blind
Published to coincide with Alison Watt’s exhibition 'A Shadow on the Blind' at Abbot Hall Art Gallery, Kendal, which includes a major body of new work alongside a selection of key earlier pieces. Watt’s new paintings constitute an interrogation of the genre of still life, and focus on objects such as a folded sheet of paper, draped cloth, a feather and a coiled hose. Inspired by Thomas Warrender’s Still Life (1708) in the Scottish National Gallery and the Modernist photography of Margaret Watkins, these new works represent a significant development in Watt’s practice.
Includes a new essay by Laura Smith, Curator, Whitechapel Gallery.
Published by Abbot Hall Art Gallery
Text by Laura Smith
Design by Matt Watkins
2018. 68 pp., 36 ills.
28 × 22 cm
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