Title: Rescue Attempt. Nonsense
Published by Chisenhale, London, 1994
Paperback, b+w illustrations
Text by Jose Luis Brea
One may imagine epochs as sierras, as well ass well-strung chains of mountains. Akin to high peaks, artists and their works do not rise in total solitude, but drag alongside them neighbouring hills. Because of them, not only does climbing become possible but also the view is clearer. Thus, the true height of a summit can only be properly assessed, both in its humility and its splendid majesty, when measured from a neighbouring height.
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