This exhibition position’s Boyd as a critical yet empathetic witness engaged with the urgent issues of his time, issues still highly relevant for audiences today. Boyd’s works also often feature recurring mythology with imagery depicting metamorphoses between human and animal figures, as well as landscapes experienced and remembered.
Exploring five key themes: Artist as a witness; Self and society; Madness of war; One world – environment; and Empathetic eye – connects man and world. The exhibition also contains a small archive of photographs, letters and other documents that provide greater insight into Boyd’s historical, cultural and social milieu.
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A hardcover 2013 catalogue comprising both colour and black and white plates.
Tight binding with no loose pages, in good condition.