THE NEGLECTED WORKS OF NORMAN CONQUEST
by Norman Conquest
A neglected collection by a “literary and visual arts prankster”—founder of the international anti-censorship art collective, Beuyscouts of Amerika. This lavish edition includes two scarce early works (Sartre’s French Phrase Book and Interiors: A Book of Very Clean Rooms) in addition to material published here for the first time.
"Norman Conquest is neglected, as a majority of difficult-to-niche artists are neglected. It is unjust. Conquest is nonpareil here and everywhere. Conquest is richly prolific."
“Delightfully engaging feast for the eyes as well as the funny bone. A must for all those who are fans of the surreal, the impertinent and the painful truth about art and politics today. Richly illustrated with dynamic collages and eye watering graphics – each page could quite easily be framed and hung in a gallery.” —Kollage Kid (UK)
Trade paperback, 68 pp.