Philip Dodd, Ian Christie, British Film Institute, Hayward Gallery
British Film Institute [and] Hayward Gallery, 1996 - Art - 158 pages
As well as a historical chronicle of art and film in Britain since 1900, this book includes a selection of double-page spreads on the work of the featured artists, including Ridley Scott, Damien Hirst, Terry Gilliam, Eduardo Paolozzi and Peter Greenaway.
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