Ashley Bickerton (monograph)
The artist’s move, in 1993, to the surfer’s paradise of Bali, Indonesia, occasioned the development of a richly hued aesthetic that...more
An artist like no other. This lavishly illustrated career survey of the work of Ashley Bickerton provides unprecedented insight into the artist’s life and art. The artist’s move, in 1993, to the surfer’s paradise of Bali, Indonesia, occasioned the development of a richly hued aesthetic that has found expression in diverse paintings, sculptures, and photographs. Combining the fantastically exotic with the troublingly nightmarish, Bickerton’s evocative work continues to evolve. Throughout this eclectic monograph, the artist’s own commentary is interwoven with text from additional contributors, including essays by fellow artist Jake Chapman, novelist Nick McDonell, art historian Abigail Solomon-Godeau, curator Dominic Molon, and the artist’s father, the noted linguist-anthropologist Derek Bickerton.