Published to coincide with the group exhibition Pale Carnage addressing ideas of cruelty, desire, beauty, decadence, voyeurism and violence in relation to the culture and history of the late 19th and early 20th Century.
Pale Carnage examines, in particular, the relationship between Classicism and Modernism and its association with Fascism. The title comes from a a poem by Ezra Pound. This companion piece includes an essay by Michael Bracewell and a picture essay edited by Martin Clarke.
Artists include Noboyushi Araki, Cerith Wyn Evans, Lothar Hempel, Tom Burr, Aida Ruilova and JD Williams.
Autor: Michael Bracewell
Paperback: 60 pages
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