Jeffrey Harris

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Victoria University Press, 2005 - Art - 208 pages
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Published in association with the Dunedin Public Art Gallery's major Jeffrey Harris retrospective, this fully illustrated book confirms Harris's place in the front rank of living New Zealand painters. This unique monograph highlights major themes and charged episodes from Harris's three decades of prolific creativity, reaching from razor-sharp etchings and jewel-like "icons" to sumptuous triptychs and unflinching self-portraits.
 

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Contents

Directors Foreword by Priscilla Pitts
6
Magnolia Bough Imogens Crown
29
Lovers of Today
44
Bound to fail
56
Plates
77
Exhibition Checklist
186
Biography
192
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Justin Paton is New Zealand's leading contemporary art critic and has served as curator at the Dunedin Public Art Gallery. He is the editor of Anne Noble: States of Grace and the journal Landfall.

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