Alexander Adams: Ruins and Landscape

Published by Golconda Fine Arts

Alexander Adams

A monograph on the haunting paintings of Alexander Adams. He studied at Goldsmiths between  1992 and 1995. He abandoned colour in 1994. His monochrome interpretations of landscapes and ruins recollect Friedrich in a refashioned romanticism  that aims to fuse  viewer and viewed object. His stated aim:  ‘The painted  form would be both  unexpected and yet inevitable, like a ghost from the past arising unbidden.’

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