Published to accompany an exhibition of works from the artist's own collection, this monograph is based on extensive discussions which Michael Stevenson conducted with Stanley Pinker on the occasion of his 80th birthday. In an introductory interview and in his incisive commentaries on his works, Pinker describes the complex iconography of his work and articulates his influences from diverse sources in art, literature and life. More than 80 works spanning the years 1950 to 2000 are illustrated in full colour.
Published by Michael Stevenson | 2004
Hardcover, 112 pages | ISBN 0-620-33209-3 | Price: R380