Avery Singer

Description

In her first monograph, New York-based artist Avery Singer (born 1987) presents her semi-autobiographical, and often socially critical, figurative oeuvre. Her meticulously detailed black-and-white paintings appear almost machine-made, thwarting our visual expectations and raising the issue of excessive digitized matter in today's society.

Details

Author(s)
Matthew Brannon, Isabelle Graw, Sven Loven, Aram Moshayedi, Carmen Winant, Beatrix Ruf
Format
Hardback | 128 pages
Dimensions
205 x 257 x 12.7mm | 589.67g
Publication date
25 Aug 2015
Publisher
Jrp Ringier
Publication City/Country
Zurich, Switzerland
Language
English, German
Edition
Bilingual edition
Edition statement
Bilingual
ISBN10
3037643919
ISBN13
9783037643914
Bestsellers rank
1,557,788