Toby Paterson: Consensus And Collapse
|Author||Fiona Bradley ; Ed|
|Publisher||Fruitmarket Gallery, Edinburgh|
Toby Paterson makes paintings, reliefs and constructions which explore the relationship between abstraction and reality. He has a keen interest in post-war modernist architecture which he deconstructs both materially and politically, developing a practice in which some works are almost understandable as architecture, while others are expressions of purely abstract form. His work is engaged with the architecture of Denys Lasdun, Berthold Lubetkin, Cedric Price as well as the paintings of Ben Nicholson and Victor Pasmore.
|152 p, ills colour, 24 x 22 cm, hb, English|