Phaidon Press, 1996. 266 pages. (25 x 21,5 cm). Black cloth, titled and decorated in silver on the front cover & the spine, dust jacket has edgewear. Illustrated in b/w and colour.
”Marcel Duchamp used the phrase ”Beware Wet Paint” to remind us that it takes time to judge the worth of work. This book looks at thirty-five years of Alan Fletcher’s work; some of the most recent may not yet be dry. /…/ Each examples is accompanied by a full commentary by Jeremy Meyerson. Four essays give further critical and biographical insight to the work, and the man.” From the preface.