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First published as Journal of The Gallery London in 1993 with revised editions in 1998, 2001 and 2008, over six hundred entries chronicle the life of the city,a powerfully driven arena of dysfunctional experience. Episodes record incidents and encounters: in the streets, the movement of shoppers and travellers, and scenes of social and internal life. As the Journal develops, fact and fiction blend nto a film-like sequence of events. Reality is coloured by a seamless flow of messages of promise and dereliction, that gently gather strands of communal imagination into a protective shell.
Author: Nicholas Philip James studied painting at the Slade School of Art, UCL, printmaking at the Curwen Press and History of Art (MA) at Kingston University. As a researcher and writer on art his recent assignments have included interviews with Jim Dine, Billy Apple, Mat Collishaw and Yinka Shonibare, with reviews of Anish Kapoor, Marc Quinn, Matthew Barney and others. He is the publisher and series editor of Cv Publications
Size: 200 Height x 150 Width; 134pp: Number of Colour Illustrations 12
Paper ISBN 978-1-908419-19-4 GBP14 .99