A provocative new book from sculptor and artist Barnaby Barford, who explores the impact of the apple on history and culture.
Barnaby Barford is famed for his colossal sculptures built from thousands of pieces of ceramic, as well as his dynamic drawings that create art out of a single repeated word. His artistic interests lie in accessing the fundamental conflicts of human nature, especially our insatiable need for 'more'. Having lectured at Central Saint Martins, London, since 2004, Barford is a known voice in the European and international artistic community, with public collections from the V&A in London to the National Library of the Netherlands and Houston, Texas's Museum of Fine Art. His solo exhibitions have been shown at the David Gill Gallery, London and MOCA Virginia, among many others. He is a proud recipient of the h.Club 100 award in Art, Design & Craft, from The Hospital Club, London, and has been commissioned to produce works for Louis Vuitton at Selfridges, London.