Three beautifully designed publications featuring abstract painting.
Atsuko Tanaka, The Art of Connecting illustrates an unprecedented balance between all aspects of her practice, ranging from her earliest gestures, including documentation of Gutai performances in the 1950s, to paintings made shortly before her death in 2005. It articulates an artistic proposition that makes Tanaka one of the most important figures of the Japanese post-war avant-garde.
John Walker: New Paintings reveals an artist at the height of his powers, featuring “anti-scenic” paintings inspired by the coastal landscapes of Maine where Walker now lives. The freedom with which he is working, and the edgy beauty he achieves as a result, give rise to a refreshing artistic experience of colour and graphic rhythms. Includes a forward by Ikon Director Jonathan Watkins and texts by William Corbet.
The essential Kokolia accompanies Vladimír Kokolia’s exhibition Epiphany at Ikon (2018). A combination of new and recent paintings, plus drawings and installations, the show exemplifies an intensely experimental attitude that distils abstraction from everyday experience.
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