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Rachel Howard — Can't Breathe Without You - Signed Book

$40.00$40.00
OC6145
2003
215 x 145 x 10 mm (8 x 6 x 1 inches)
48pp
Hardback
Texts by Rachel Howard and Deborah Orr, poem
by Kate Steel
Published by Pulchritude Press
ISBN 978-1-904212-33-1

For unsigned copies of this publication, please click here.

This limited edition artist’s book features reproductions of Rachel Howard’s pure abstract canvases and figurative works. The abstract works elicit an immediate visceral emotional response, whilst the more figurative pieces make a play for the mind. By layering and interweaving these elements to create a whole, Howard pulls together the corporeal and cerebral.

Exploring our ever-present need to make sense of our existence, Can’t Breathe Without You is a search for answers and a search for reassurance in the absence of answers, be it through religion or the mundane. It includes reproductions of the sin painting series from the exhibition, Guilty, at the Bohen Foundation New York, 2003-4, and a short introductory text by the artist entitled So Who Made God? The book also includes a longer essay by Deborah Orr, award-winning columnist for The Independent.

Please note: All signed books are non-returnable and non-refundable

Rachel Howard

Howard was born in County Durham and graduated from Goldsmiths College, London, in 1991. She was awarded the Princes Trust Award in 1992 to support her art practice, was shortlisted for the Jerwood Drawing Prize in 2004 and received the British Council Award in 2008. Recent solo exhibitions include: Northern Echo, Blain|Southern, London (2014); Folie à Deux, Blain|Southern, London (2011); Repetition is Truth, Museo d’Arte Contemporanea Donna Regina, Naples (2011);Still Life / Still Here, Rachel Howard, New Paintings, Sala Pelaires, Palma de Mallorca (2011); Human Shrapnel – oil drawings on paper, Other Criteria, London (2010); Der Wald, Haunch of Venison, Zurich (2009);Rachel Howard: invited by Philippa van Loon, Museum van Loon, Amsterdam (2008); How to Disappear Completely, Haunch of Venison, London (2008); and Rachel Howard – New Paintings, Gagosian Gallery, Los Angeles (2007).

Recent group exhibitions include: Invitation to a Beheading, curated by Rachel Howard, Marianne Boesky, New York, US (2013); Drawing Biennial, Drawing Room, London (2013); Freedom Not Genius, curated by Elena Geuna, Pinacoteca Giovanni e Marella Agnelli, Turin (2012) touring to Multimedia Art Museum, Moscow, (2013); Gravity and Disgrace, curated by Rachel Howard, Blain|Southern Gallery, London (2012); Summer Exhibition 2012, Royal Academy, London (2012); Vanitas – The Transience of Earthly Pleasures, All Visual Arts, London (2010); Kupferstichkabinet – Between Thought and Action, White Cube, London (2010); Modern Times, Kettle's Yard Cambridge and De La Warr Pavilion (2010); Mythologies, Haunch of Venison, London (2009); RED Auction, Sothebys at Gagosian Gallery, New York (2008); In the darkest hour there will be light: works from Damien Hirst’s Murderme collection, Serpentine Gallery, London (2006); Jerwood Drawing Prize, London (2004), Intuition/(im)precision, (curated by Thomas Krens, Director of the Guggenheim Foundation) Galerie Thaddaeus Ropac, Saltzburg, Austria (2004); Shimmering Substance (curated by Barry Shwabsky and Katsou Roberts) The Cornerhouse, Manchester and Arnolfini, Bristol (2002) and The Choice, Exit Art, New York, NY (1998).

Howard’s work can be found in a variety of public and private collections, amongst others: Ackland Art Museum, North Carolina; Museum van Loon, Amsterdam; David Roberts Foundation, London; Goss-Michael Foundation, Dallas; CCA Andratx, Spain; Olbricht Collection, Berlin; and the Tate Archive and the Murderme, Hiscox and Jerwood collections, London.

The artist lives and works in London.

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