Accompanying Douglas Gordon's first solo exhibition, Superhumannatural explores Gordon's work in exquisite detail. The book examines themes of memory and identity, good and evil, life and death across Gordon's work. Covering past work and his solo exhibition, the book features essays by curators Keith Hartley, Dr Holger Broeker, Dr Jaroslav Andel a contribution by the renowned Scottish author, Ian Rankin. Douglas Gordon is one of a number of alumni from The Glasgow School of Art who have achieved huge international recognition, marked by major awards including the Turner Prize in 1996.
Dimensions: 30 x 17 x 2cm, 144 pages
Product code: 9781903278857