A major case-bound monograph on the work of Trenton Doyle Hancock. Writers include Thelma Golden and Eleanor Heartney. Trenton Doyle Hancock transformed The Fruitmarket Gallery in 2007 with his immersive mix of paintings, drawings, sculpture and wall-writing. This publication accompanied the immensely popular exhibition, Hancock's first solo European show, and is sumptuously illustrated with all of the work from the show. The full text from the walls is also included, telling the story of Hancock's vivid alterniverse and its inhabitants, the Vegans and the Mounds. The catalogue includes a prologue by Fiona Bradley; Trenton Doyle Hancock and Thelma Golden in conversation; a new essay by Eleanor Heartney, 'Trenton Doyle Hancock and the Apocalyptic Vision,' as well as a full biography and list of works.
Published by: The Fruitmarket Gallery, Edinburgh
With texts by: Thelma Golden, Eleanor Heartney, and Fiona Bradley
Hardcover, printed in an edition of 2000; 96 pages with 50 full color illustrations.
Not available for purchase via the gallery. For more information, please visit The Fruitmarket Gallery.