Published by Robert Heald Gallery, Wellington, 2020, unpaginated (colour & b/w ill.), 24 × 31 cm, EnglishPrice: €20
Produced on the occasion of the exhibition Hawkins Bolden – Tongues, at Robert Heald Gallery, Wellington, 25 June — 2 July, 2020.
Hawkins Bolden (1914-2005) was a self-taught artist who lived his entire life in Memphis, TN. At the age of seven, Bolden was left completely blind following a baseball accident involving his twin brother. Later in life, he began scavenging the alleyways and fields around his home in search of discarded materials, litter and other debris with which to work.
More information on the exhibition can be found here and more information on Hawkins Bolden can be found here and here.