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The Bigger Picture By Sophia Bennett

The Bigger Picture

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This informative book invites young readers to discover the creative practices of female artists who, over their careers, broke boundaries and exceeded expectations. As well as biographical entries on over thirty artists, this book contains unique interviews with living artists including Rachel Whiteread, Yayoi Kusama and Paula Rego.

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The Bigger Picture: Women Who Changed the Art World by Sophia Bennett

A colourful and insightful introduction to the lives of the world's most renowned and inspirational artists. This informative book invites young readers to discover the creative practices of female artists who, over their careers, broke boundaries and exceeded expectations. Each page reveals their struggles and successes, demystifying the art world, building confidence and inspiring a new generation. With foreword by Tate's first female director, Maria Balshaw, and biographical entries on over thirty artists, this book contains unique interviews with living artists including Rachel Whiteread, Yayoi Kusama and Paula Rego.

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About Sophia Bennett


Award winning author Sophia Bennett writes YA fiction about girls discovering their inner power. She is inspired by creativity, courage and kindness and explores the worlds of artists, musicians and adventurers who change the world. Manjit Thapp is an illustrator whose work combines digital and traditional media. She uses layered textures and patterns to create her illustrations and is interested in exploring female characters.

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GOR009703452
The Bigger Picture: Women Who Changed the Art World by Sophia Bennett
Sophia Bennett
Used - Very Good
Hardback
Tate Publishing
2019-03-07
112
1849766215
9781849766210
N/A
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