Lane, Abigail Lane - Institute of Contemporary Art, London, 1995
Published on the occasion of an exhibition at ICA, London.
Abigail Lane (born 1967, in Penzance, Cornwall) is an English artist who works in photography, wax casting, printing, and sound. Lane was one of the exhibitors in the 1988 Damien Hirst-led Freeze exhibition—a mixed show of art that was significant in the development of the later-to-be YBA scene of art.
She explores the dark, unsettling aspects of the human psyche, often with a wry, mischievous humour.
Publisher: Institute. of Cont. Art, London; 1st edition (1995)
Hardcover: 48 pages
Item weight: 466 g