The bold, strongly crafted images of Lisa Brice seem iconic and almost familiar, yet invariably a closer examination of the surfaces and details reveal a strange and disturbing undertone to the work. Drawing on cheap illustrations from everyday sources like the Yellow Pages, a roadside poster stand, or a security firm leaflet dropped through the letter box, Brice subverts and adds to these to present a confrontational and alternative reading of the original.
Book condition: Very good
Softcover: Pages 228
Language: English Text.
Publisher: Galerie Frank Hanel. 1998.
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