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Jeremy Deller: All That Is Solid Melts into Air

Artist
Jeremy Deller
Date
2014
Publisher
Hayward Publishing
Format
Artists' Books
ISBN
9781853323195
Size
16.5 × 21 × 0.4 cm
Length
82 
Description

Foreword by Roger Malbert. Text by Jeremy Deller. Afterword by Roger Malbert.

In this volume, Jeremy Deller questions the effect of the Industrial Revolution on the British landscape and culture. He explores working-class musical culture, from nineteenth-century folk to glam and rock music in the 70s and 80s. This publication features a vast range of historical paintings, political tracts, poems and ballads, as well as new work by Deller.

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