Author(s): Morgan Falconer
An authoritative history of painting of the past 70 years, tracing its development and critical reception from Jasper Pollock to present day.
Morgan Falconer teaches at Sotheby's Institute of Art in New York. He previously worked as a journalist and critic for newspapers and magazines including The Times, The Economist, Art in America and Frieze. He has also interviewed leading figures in contemporary painting, including many who are featured in this book, such as Peter Doig, Luc Tuymans, Elizabeth Peyton, Neo Rauch and Ellsworth Kelly.