Towards a Rational Aesthetic: Constructive Art in Post-War Britain
This publications accompanied the exhibition Towards a Rational Aesthetic: Constructive Art in Post-War Britain at Osborne Samuel Gallery from 21 November – 21 December 2007. The catalogue encompases nearly sixty works from nineteen key artists of the period, spanning over fifty years of British Avant-garde art. It comprises colour plates of all paintings, sculpture, works on paper and reliefs included in the exhibition. It also includes an enlightening essay by Alan Fowler, written especially for the exhibition. This underlines his knowledge of the period and the considerable time spent in correspondence and in conversation with many of the artists themselves.