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Book of the month - David Nash: A Natural Gallery

David Nash: A Natural Gallery celebrates Nash's year-long exhibition at Kew Gardens. Full of stunning photography it showcases Nash's sculptures through the seasons and explores new works inspired by Kew.

David Nash cork spire
Cork Spire is made from the bark of Portuguese cork oak, a material that illustrates Nash's philosophy about our relationship with the natural world.

About the editor

Michelle Payne holds an MA in twentieth century literature and its intellectual contexts, awarded by Goldsmith College, University of London. She is the author of Marianne North: A Very Intrepid Painter (Kew Publishing, 2011) and David Nash at Kew Gardens (Kew Publishing, 2012). Michelle currently works as an Editor at Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew.

David Nash: A Natural Gallery celebrates Nash's year-long exhibition at Kew Gardens in 2012-13. Stunning colour photography documents the exhibition in its entirety, allowing outdoor works to be appreciated against a changing seasonal background and showcasing new works created during the artist’s six-month residency.

A series of essays explore different facets of David Nash’s art and practice in relation to the exhibition at Kew. Contributors include Dr Christa Lichtenstein, former Professor for Art History at the University of Saarbruken; Professor Timothy Ingold, Chair of Social Anthropology at the University of Aberdeen; Barry Phipps, Interdisciplinary Fellow at Churchill College, University of Cambridge, and writers from  Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew.

Buy David Nash: A Natural Gallery today

Publication details - 250 x 278 mm (10 2/8 x 11 2/8 in.), 192 pp
Over 180 colour photographs, Hardback, ISBN: 978 1 84246 463 2

Buy the book - David Nash: A Natural Gallery

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