Laura Lancaster: The Anomie Review of Contemporary British Painting

Compiled and written by Matt Price

160pp
Paperback, 280 x 210 mm (p)
c. 160 colour images
ISBN: 978-1-910221-16-7
RRP: £30 / €35 / $40
UK Release: 20 September 2018
US Release: 25 October 2018 Designed by Joe Gilmore / Qubik Compiled and written by Matt Price Copy-editing by William Lambie Printed by S&G, Merthyr Tydfil Repro by DPM, London
Distributed by Casemate Art Published by Anomie

 

There has been a huge injection of energy within contemporary painting in Britain in the past few years – part of a wider international dynamic that has seen the medium of paint explored with a renewed sense of interest, excitement and enjoyment. It is an energy that can be sensed all the way through the industry, from the art schools and the grass-roots painting community to the leading galleries, major museums and prominent festivals, biennials and art fairs.


The Anomie Review of Contemporary British Painting considers and celebrates the work of forty artists whose practices have been shaping and defining Britain’s contribution to current painting on the national and international stage.

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Featured Artists:

Tom Anholt
Michael Armitage
G L Brierley
Cecily Brown
Lindsey Bull
Gillian Carnegie

Andrew Cranston
Peter Doig
Kaye Donachie
Dickon Drury
Nathan Eastwood
Jadé Fadojutimi
Louise Giovanelli
Nick Goss
Andrew Grassie
Jane Hayes Greenwood

Lubaina Himid
Laura Lancaster
Cathy Lomax
Lucy McKenzie
Katy Moran
Eleanor Moreton
Justin Mortimer
Ryan Mosley
Hannah Murgatroyd

Chris Ofili
Christopher Orr

Richard Patterson
Celia Paul
Sally Payen
Anne Ryan
George Shaw
Raqib Shaw
Keith Tyson
Caroline Walker

Jonathan Wateridge

Hugo Wilson
Clare Woods
Rose Wylie
Lynette Yiadom-Boakye

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