This monograph of works to date by Nina Mae Fowler, explores her practice through the words of cultural figures, from prominent curators, film and art theorists to acclaimed playwrights and Hollywood film directors. This multifaceted approach has resulted in an in-depth and varied commentary on the artist’s unique work and contemporary society’s relationship with fame.
Contributing Authors include:
Eloise Fornieles, Performance Artist
John Maybury, Film Director
Barry Miles, Counterculture Historian
Sienna Miller, Actress
Sandy Nairne, Former Director of The National Portrait Gallery
Polly Stenham, Playwright
Dr Margherita Sprio, Film Historian and Theorist
Craig Wylie, BP Portrait Award Winning Artist
The book itself, is 200 pages (242 plates), with a beautifully simple, cloth–bound, hardback cover – echoing the blackness of an empty auditorium. Inlaid onto the front is a circular image plate, which has been created using a new process of white ink, printed on black paper.
Published by The Cob Gallery, December 2015