From the publisher:
“First debuted at Goodman Gallery Johannesburg in 2015 and shown again at Everard Read in 2017, Brett Murray’s ‘ ’ is the prolific artist’s most recent solo showing. Ever concerned with contemporary global politics and critiquing the South African cultural landscape, Murray continues his sculptural satire in this body of work.
"Produced as the first of Bad Paper’s Catalogues, the book includes essays by critics Ashraf Jamal and Tim Leibbrandt in addition to the exhibition’s documentation and process imagery.”
21 x 27.5 cm | 180 pages | softcover
Brett Murray (b. 1961) was awarded his Masters in Fine Art with distinction from the University of Cape Town. Throughout his career he has accumulated many accolades, including the Standard Bank Young Artist of the year in 2002, and his sculptures can be seen across the city centres of South Africa.