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The Young British Artists championed by Charles Saatchi (b.1943) still exert an enormous influence on the art world. This book, introduced by Saatchi himself, draws together 100 key works from the 1990s: provocative pieces that can stop you in your tracks, including Damien Hurst’s infamous animals in formaldehyde, Rachel Whiteread’s Ghost, applique blankets by Tracey Emin and Grayson Perry’s painted ceramic pots. The photographs and reproductions are followed by brief notes on the artists and the works shown.

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The Work that Changed British Art

Hardback224pp Illustrated257x227mm

9780224071802     Product Code: 225481

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The Young British Artists championed by Charles Saatchi (b.1943) still exert an enormous influence on the art world. This book, introduced by Saatchi himself, draws together 100 key works from the 1990s: provocative pieces that can stop you in your tracks, including Damien Hurst’s infamous animals in formaldehyde, Rachel Whiteread’s Ghost, applique blankets by Tracey Emin and Grayson Perry’s painted ceramic pots. The photographs and reproductions are followed by brief notes on the artists and the works shown.

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