Cornford & Cross
Black Dog Pub., 2009 - Art - 191 pages
A profile of the practice of Cornford and Cross, the collaboration of two UK artists Matthew Cornford and David Cross, who have carried out a number of significant context-specific projects across the UK and internationally.
The work of Cornford and Cross has often emerged from living and working in cities. Their interest in urban patterns of social, political and economic organization has broadened to include engagement with power structures further afield. This book brings together for the first time the full range of encounters, actions and debates that make up their practice. Their work has been exhibited internationally in galleries in New York, Philadelphia, Rome, London and San Francisco.
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ForeWord Alistair Robinson
Fade Out John Roberts
Style and Character Rachel Withers
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