Dimensions: 25 x 27.2cm
Alison Watt was the seventh National Gallery Associate Artist and the youngest in the scheme's history. The exhibition Phantom marked the end of her two year period at the National Gallery and comprised six large-scale works which were inspired by works from the National Gallery's permanent collection.
This full-colour hardback catalogue, published to accompany the exhibition, includes an essay by the National Gallery's Head of Education Colin Wiggins, and a new poem by Scottish poet Don Paterson, recipient of both the Whitbread and T.S. Eliot Prizes for Poetry, which was composed in response to viewing both Watt's work and the works influencing it.
Published by the National Gallery Company and distributed by Yale University Press, the catalogue was generously supported by Bank of Scotland Private Banking.
Available for £15.