The joint effort of ten scholars, the volume Edvard Munch. 1863-1944 offers an exhaustive appraisal of the Norwegian artist's pioneering and unique contribution to modern art.
[Emin's] work has always grappled with the vulnerability of life,
but now the specter of mortality hangs low, and the poignancy of
these pictures feels more acute.--Eleanor Nairne "New York
A heart-rending duet between two of Modern art's great confessionalists...--Matthew Holman "Art Newspaper"
Emin and Munch, though separated by time and history, explore the same emotional landscape in their works with remarkable intensity.-- "Art & Object"
Emin's ability to evoke suffering is brought to full expression in this visceral pairing with the Norwegian painter.--Tim Adams "Guardian"
Vital [...] for anyone interested in how to capture the human condition in an artwork, providing a masterclass in expressing the inner workings of the soul through art. With this exhibition Emin carries the baton of artist-existentialist from one century to another.--Lee Sharrock "FAD"