Pale Carnage

Published to coincide with Pale Carnage, a group exhibition addressing ideas of cruelty, desire, beauty, decadence, voyeurism and violence in relation to the culture and history of the late nineteenth and early twentieth century, as re-explored by a number of international contemporary artists.

Pale Carnage examines, in particular, the relationship between Classicism and Modernism and its association with Fascism. The title comes from a poem by Ezra Pound. The catalogue includes an essay by writer, novelist and cultural commentator Michael Bracewell and a picture essay edited by Martin Clark.

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