Paul Gorman is a critically acclaimed author, journalist and commentator on visual and popular culture.
Gorman has curated exhibitions in the UK and France and advised on and contributed to exhibitions at the V&A, Tate Liverpool, Pallant House Gallery and the New York Metropolitan Museum of Modern Art.
Of all the British artists who emerged with the Pop Art movement of the 1960s, Derek Boshier has been the most continually inventive. He has been constantly experimental: pop artist, minimal sculptor, conceptual artist, film-maker, photographer, graphic designer, draftsman and painter. The book chronicles Boshier’s work from the 1960s until today, closely relating Boshier’s changes of approach and media to contemporary events, political and cultural changes.
Paul is contracted to Constable & Robinson to write the authorised biography of Malcolm Maclaren. Delivery: 2016
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