Artists

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Tate Gallery Publishing, 1999 - Art - 132 pages
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For five years the young French photographer Gautier Deblonde has worked closely with contemporary artists, creating a personal and intimate response to their lives and work. The artists represented have all been working in Britain in the 90s, including some, like Susan Hiller, from other countries. The photographs represent a remarkable vision of the British art scene at the end of the 20th century.

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