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Documents works exhibited at The Gallery London 1973-78 with additional series developed by Cv/Visual Arts Research. The volume contains comprehensive illustrations, technical descriptions, artist's notes and interviews with critical assessments by John A.Walker, Anthea Lahr, Caroline Tisdall, Catherine Lampert, Anne Seymour. Covers early satirical shows at The Gallery and invented artists at the ICA, The Gallery London Displays and individual artist's projects.
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NP James studied painting with Frank Auerbach and Keith Vaughan at the Slade School of Art. In 1972 he initiated The Gallery, 65a Lisson Street, staging projects between artists until 1978. He worked as a house-writer on the Dictionary of Art (Macmillan London & New York) contributing over eighty entries. With Anna Douglas he co-authored Artists Stories (AN Publications 1996) . With Sarah Batiste he edited Cv Journal of Art & Crafts 1988-92, forming Cv Publications in 1992 and Cv/Visual Arts Research in 1995. He contributed articles to Art Monthly, Artists Newsletter and weekly reviews to What's On In London. He taught in a variety of schools and adult education institutes from 1970, also lecturing on postmodern culture at Middlesex University.
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