Formats
Anthologies
105
Audio
307
Catalogues
441
Clothing
23
Editions
37
Ephemera
78
Literary
48
Monographs
185
Posters
299
Video
39
Zines
147

Shop > Monographs

#15745

David Shrigley: Why We Got the Sack from the Museum

Price
$115.00
Date
1998
Publisher
Redstone Press
Format
Monographs
ISBN
1870003772
Genre
Rare & Out of Print, Drawing
Description

WHO IS DAVID SHRIGLEY? What does he do? He makes drawings. But what sort? – Even Will Self, who isn’t easily fazed, is not certain: ‘I’m not even sure that it would be altogether accurate to call these works drawings at all.’ – Shrigley doesn’t draw what’s in his mind. He draws what’s in your mind. – All good artists surprise you into recognition. – David Shrigley is an artist. Be prepared for surprises.

  1. David Shrigley
 

Related Items

  1. David Hoffos: Scenes from the House Dream: Series One
  2. At the Edge of the Decipherable: Recent Photographs by Uta Barth
  3. Wardell Milan: Between Late Summer and Early Fall
  4. Art & Language
  5. John Scott: Engines of Anxiety
  6. Lawrence Weiner: Flowed
  7. Liam Gillick
  8. Minerals Issue #4
  9. Lawrence Weiner: Coming and Going/Venant Et Partant
  10. Lawrence Weiner: CAUSALITY AFFECTED AND/OR EFFECTED
  11. Lawrence Weiner: Green as well as Blue as well as Red
  12. Lawrence Weiner: Various Manners With Various Things
  13. Lawrence Weiner: On The Rocks : Some Questions + 5 Answers Relative to Moved Pictures
  14. Christian Boltanski: Lessons of Darkness
  15. Peter Fischli and David Weiss: Musée d’Art Moderne de la Ville de Paris
  16. Cindy Sherman: Parkett # 24
  17. Marty Dunn, Peggy Gale, and Garry Neill Kennedy: Videoscape
  18. Eldon Garnet: Impulse Archaeology
  19. Impulse Magazine Volume 10 Number 2 1982
  20. Edmund Carpenter: Two Essays: Chief & Greed
  21. Impulse Magazine Volume 8 Number 4 1980
  22. Impulse Magazine Volume 12 Number 1 1985
  23. Impulse Magazine Volume 9 Number 1 1981
  24. Impulse Magazine Volume 9 Number 3 & 4 1982
  25. Boris Groys: Logic of the Collection
  26. Intertidal: Vancouver Art And Artists
  27. Hans Haacke: Unfinished Business
  28. Doug Aitken: Parkett # 57
  29. Jacob Riis: How the Other Half Lives
  30. Mapping Spaces: A Topological Survey of the Work by James Turrell
  31. Toba Khedoori and Collier Schorr: Toba Khedoori
  32. Margaret Priest: To View From Here
  33. Douglas Gordon
  34. Christopher Eamon: Rearview Mirror: New Art from Central & Eastern Europe
  35. Lex Brown: Consciousness
  36. Judy Chicago: New Views
  37. Public Information: Desire, Disaster, Document
  38. Jeff Wall: Photographs