This book collects 44 of Hudson's most effective photomontages – all created from photographs torn from colour magazines – together with two examples of his early oil paintings and recollections of his thought processes at the time and a few associated poems. The works are arranged in a sequence that follows the process of Hudson's explorations of techniques and topics.
Presented in magazine style, it represents a visual autobiography covering the major part of Roger Hudson's life.
Published by Greenhills Press
30 x 23 cm.
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