Bonaventura, Paul; Callery, Simon
March 1993
Modern Painters;Spring93, Vol. 6 Issue 1, p80
The article profiles Simon Callery, an artist in Great Britain whose paintings experientially draw viewers closer to the appearance of a city that is undergoing reinvention. It includes background information on Callery and his career as an artist, as well as a description of his most notable artworks. Also cited are the issues' implications for contemporary art.


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