Presenting the work of young British artists from the Saatchi Collection, this volume features work by over 40 of the most radical artists working in Britain in the 1990s. Essays analyse the phenomenon of the British art scene from the late 1980s, assessing the critical reaction of the work, placing it in its historical context, and revealing the startling achievements of these young artists in Britain and the role played by imaginative and courageous patronage. The book features the work of: Darren Almond; Richard Billingham; Glenn Brown; Simon Callery; Dinos and Jake Chapman; Adam Chodzko; Mat Collishaw; Keith Coventry; Pete Davies; Tracey Emin; Paul Finnegan; Mark Francis; Alex Hartley; Marcus Harvey; Mona Hatoum; Damien Hirst; Gary Hume; Michael Landy; Abigail Lane; Langlands and Bell; Sarah Lucas; Martin Maloney; Jason Martin; Alain Miller; Ron Mueck; Chris Ofili; Jonathan Parsons; Richard Patterson; Simon Patterson; Hadrian Pigott; Marc Quinn; Fiona Rae; James Reilly; Jenny Saville; Yinka Shonibare; Jane Simpson; Sam Taylor Wood; Gavin Turk; Mark Wallinger; Gillian Wearing; Rachel Whiteread; and Cerith Wyn Evans.
Number of Pages: 224
Publication Date: 18 Aug 1998
Publisher: Thames & Hudson Ltd
Publication City, Country: London, United Kingdom
Dimensions (cm): 29(H) x 23.1(L) x 1.6(W)
Weight (gm): 1105