Hughie O’Donoghue (b. 1953) explores themes of universal human experience, ideas of truth and the relationship between memory and identity. Often standing apart from his contemporaries in the scale and ambition of his paintings, O’Donoghue’s work addresses the need to learn the lessons and complexities of recent history through the lens of the often overlooked and anonymous individual.
Beautifully illustrated, encompassing four decades of work, this major publication is the broadest survey of the artist to date. Including new writing from the artist alongside four commissioned essays by leading art historians and critics, with a preface by the poet Tom Paulin, this comprehensive book documents O’Donoghue’s ambitious vision.
- Hughie O'Donoghue
- Jo Baring, Martin Gayford, Lee Hallman, Thomas Marks, Hughie O'Donoghue and Tanja Pirsig-Marshall
- Lund Humphries
- 24.9 x 27.0 cm
- Status / Price
- Available / £45.00 + p.p