The first major monograph on provocateur painter Peter Saul, featuring the largest collection of his work ever published, overseen by the artist himself.
This landmark volume includes several important contributions, including essays by Los Angeles–based critic Bruce Hainley; Richard Shiff, renowned art historian; and Annabelle Ténèze, Chief Curator and Director of Les Abattoirs, in Toulouse, France. The book also features new commentary by the artist himself on his most important works from several periods of his career, and a 20-page booklet, also penned by the artist, called “My Life Story.”
Hardcover, text in English, 320 pages.
Rizzoli/Michael Werner, 2021