Breda: Artimo Foundation, 1997. First edition. Square 8vo.,  pp., chiefly illustrated from color and b&w photographs. Photo-illustrated glossy stiff wrappers. Fine. Item #52571
Mat Collishaw, born 1966 in Nottingham, England, is a graduate of Goldsmiths College, University of London, along with Damien Hirst, another of the important British artists who attended in the late 1980s. His early worked was primarily with still photography and video; later, more large scale mixed media installations. Among the works that propelled him to notoriety are: Bullet Hole, Crucifixion, Suicide Suite, and Magic Lantern. Includes a lengthy essay by John Thompson: The Ghost in the Machine Made Visible. This monograph is one of the earliest for this artist.