Maxine Walker Signed Vintage Monograph
"Maxine Walker disrupted the idea of an approved womanhood" - Frieze Magazine
A rare copy of Maxie Walker's monograph, published by Autograph in 1999 and sold out for many years. To celebrate Walker's 2019 exhibition at Autograph, we've released a very limited number of books from our archive, which have been signed by the artist.
Active between 1985 - 1997, Walker used photography to interrogate the intricacies of skin, blackness and being. Deeply invested in creating dialogues that advocated black art practices in Britain, she was an influential artist and instrumental in co-founding platforms to give expression to black female photographers – including Monocrone Women’s Photography Collective, Women and Photography and Polareyes.
Autograph's exhibition in 2019 was the first solo show of her work in more than 22 years, reintroducing Walker as a pioneering artist whose practice focused on representations of black womanhood.
Dimensions: 20 x 23cm
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