Stories of O
We’ve taken the best bits from the O—the iPod-type thing you use to read about the art at Mona—and put them in a book, with lots of pretty pictures.
First a little fact: Damien Hirst is the world’s richest living artist. Another little fact: he doesn’t deserve to be.
My old boyfriend once chainsawed our couch in half because it wouldn’t fit out the lounge-room door when we were moving house.
This is a metaphor for transformation: for change that is as inevitable as death.
Art criticism at its best/worst.
|Title||Stories of O|
|Author(s) & contributors||David Walsh, Elizabeth Pearce, Jane Clark|
|Black and white/colour||Colour|