Contemporary Art in Print: The Publications of Charles Booth-Clibborn and His Imprint the Paragon Press 2001-2006
This book is published on the occasion of the twentieth anniversary of The Paragon Press. It offers a survey of the publications of the last five years. The range of artists Charles Booth-Clibborn works with stretches across generations from Alan Davie and the late Terry Frost through to Jake and Dinos Chapman and Gary Hume as well as a younger generation of artists such as Gillian Carnegie and George Shaw.
The thirty-one projects by eighteen artists presented in this volume provide an extraordinary overview of the British Art scene at the beginning of the Twenty First Century. Each project is illustrated in colour and is accompanied by detailed descriptions. In addition, the book includes essays for each of the publications based on interviews with the artists. It is an invaluable resource for scholars, collectors and enthusiasts of contemporary art in print.