Alex Hartley Not part of your world
Comprehensive survey of Alex Hartley’s practice. Alex Hartley is a British artist whose work confronts our experience and understanding of the built and natural environments. Working primarily with photography, though often incorporating it into sculpture and installation, Hartley assumes a shifting set of roles from photographer and architectural historian to builderer, rambler, mountaineer and explorer, offering an original analysis of architecture and its relationship to landscape.
With extensive illustrations and three new essays, this book offers an overview and an analysis of Hartley’s practice over the last fifteen years. Writers: Fiona Bradley, Martin Caiger-Smith, and Richard Williams (The Anxious City: English Urbanisation at the End of the Twentieth Century)
Hardback: 128 pages, 25 x 23.6 x 1.8 cm
Published: March 2007
P&P: £4.00 UK, £12.00 Europe, £16.00 Rest of World