Catalogue produced for a retrospective showing of the work of Francis Bacon at The Tate Modern, London, England [September 11, 2008-January 4, 2009] ; the Museo Nacional del Prado, Madrid, Spain [February 3, 2009-April 19, 2009] ; and the Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, NY [May 18, 2009-August 16, 1009].
Contents: Sponsors foreword / by Jonathan Moulds, Bank of America [p. 7] -- Directors' foreword / by Nicholas Serota, Tate Britain, and Philippe de Montebello, Metropolitan Museum of Art [p. 8-9] -- Curators' acknowledgements / by Matthew Gale, Chris Stephens, and Gary Tinterow [p. 10-13] -- On the margin of the impossible / by Matthew Gale and Chris Stephens [p. 14-27] -- Bacon and his critics / by Gary Tinterow, assisted by Ian Alteveer [p. 28-38] -- Bacon's paintings / by Martin Harrison [p. 40-49] -- Film, fantasy, history in Francis Bacon / by David Alab Mellor [p. 50-63] -- Comparative strangers / by Simon Ofield [p. 64-73] -- 'Real imagination is technical imagination / by Victoria Walsh [p. 74-88] -- Catalogue : Animal / by Chris Stephens [p. 89-108] -- Zone / by Matthew Gale [p. 106-119] -- Apprehension / by Chris Stephens [p. 120-135] -- Crucifixion / by Matthew Gale [p. 136-151] -- Crisis / by Matthew Gale [p. 152-163] -- Archive / by Rachel Tant [p. 164-179] -- Portrait / by Chris Stephens [p. 180-199] -- Memorial / by Matthew Gale [p. 200-211] -- Epic / by Chris Stephens [p. 212-231] -- Late / by Rachel Tant [p. 232-251] -- Chronology [p. 252-266] -- Selected reading [p. 267-] -- Notes [p. 268-278] -- List of works [p.280-283] -- Index [p. 284-288]
Conceived by the Neue Gesellschaft fur Bildende Kunst (Berlin)
Neue Gesellschaft fur Bildende Kunst
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The Sexworks exhibition brings together artistic approaches to prostitution that avoid voyeuristic ways of looking at the subject... The exhibition also examines the role of clients and the subject of gay and transsexual prostitution.