There's no place like home
By The Art Newspaper. From In The Frame
Published online: 18 September 2012
More than 40 artists, including big names such as Richard Prince, Glenn Ligon, Shirin Neshat and Chuck Close, have agreed to appear in American Journeys: Artists, Space and Place, which is due to be published in early 2014 (TransGlobe Publishing with Thames & Hudson). TransGlobe says it aims to emulate its recent book Sanctuary: Britain’s Artists and their Studios by producing “a similar project on American artists and their studios, but with more emphasis on space, place and the exploration of city and the American countryside”. Meanwhile, TransGlobe’s Contemporary Art Brazil is due to hit the bookshops next month.
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