Tacita Dean is considered among the most important living British artists. Best known for her filmmaking and drawing, which have taken her all over the world, she is a passionate defender of analogue methods. This comprehensive publication brings together her writings with a complete filmography.
Beautifully illustrated throughout with images of films, drawings, photographs and installations, these two volumes, elegantly slipcased, map Dean's career up to and including her three major exhibitions in London in 2018, and provide - in the artist's own words - an unparalleled insight into the stories behind her work.
Tacita Dean OBE RA was a key figure among the Young British Artists, and was nominated for the Turner Prize in 1998 for her short film Disappearance at Sea. She exhibits internationally and will be the subject of three major exhibitions in London in March 2018 at the Royal Academy of Arts, the National Gallery and the National Portrait Gallery.