Kerber Verlag, 2007 - Art - 64 pages
The Cologne-based British artist Graham Foster is virtually an indefinable force. His strange constructions can be seen as either sculptures or wall-based pictures; meditations on morality or virile fertility figures; works of rebellious desperation or self mocking send-ups. One thinks of New Guinea tribal makeup and germ warfare mask design.
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