Kerry James Marshal: Mastry
Over his 35-year career, painter Kerry James Marshall’s magisterial project has been to recast the history of art so that black artists are visible and black subjects are honored. This comprehensive, richly illustrated monograph provides a sustained consideration of the artist’s reinvention of history painting, landscape, portraiture, and abstraction and establishes his standing as one of America’s greatest living painters. It features a foreword by Madeleine Grynsztejn, new essays by Ian Alteveer, Kerry James Marshall, Helen Molesworth, Dieter Roelstraete, and Lanka Tattersall, as well as previously published essays by the artist. Color plates are accompanied by entries on individual paintings and genres. The volume also includes a biography of the artist, an exhibition checklist, and an index.
- Cover with Bamberger linen and black foil
- Tip-on in 5 colours
- Inside: Quadri with black Pantone
- Already the fifth reprint