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Author Lynch, David, 1946- artist.

Title David Lynch : between two worlds / [José Da Silva, curator and author ; Greg Hainge, author].

Published South Brisbane, Queensland : Queensland Art Gallery, Gallery of Modern Art, [2015].
©2015

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 UniM Bail  759.13 LYNC    AVAILABLE
Physical description 175 pages : illustrations (some colour), portraits (some colour) ; 27 cm.
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references.
Summary Alongside his esteemed career as a filmmaker, David Lynch has worked as a visual artist for 50 years, producing an extensive body of paintings, photography and works on paper. This book is a rare opportunity to consider Lynch's entire creative vision and the relationships between his practice as an artist, filmmaker and musician. Developed closely with the artist, the QAGOMA exhibition features more than 200 works and is organised around three ideas: Man and machine, The extra-ordinary, and Psychic Aches. Moving between the porous divide of the body and the world it inhabits, the exhibition explores the subjects of industry and organic phenomena; representations of inner conflict; and the possibility of finding a deeper reality in our experience of the everyday.
Notes Published for 'David Lynch; Between Two Worlds', an exhibition organised by the Queensland Art Gallery I Gallery of Modern Art (QAGOMA) and held at GOMA. Brisbane, Australia, 14 March - 7 June 2015.
Other author Hainge, Greg, 1971- author.
Da Silva, José, author, curator.
Gallery of Modern Art (Brisbane, Qld.) issuing body.
Subject Lynch, David, 1946- -- Exhibitions.
Artists -- United States -- 21st century.
Art, Modern -- 21st century -- Exhibitions.
Variant Title Between two worlds.
ISBN 9781921503726 (hardback)