Deanna Petherbridge
Drawing and Dialogue

Deanna Petherbridge, Fourteen Stations of the Tiber IV, 2011

Since the 1960s, Deanna Petherbridge’s practice has moved between making drawings and writing critically about art and architecture. She has designed murals and stage-sets, curated exhibitions, taught in the studio and lectured internationally – a career trajectory that has anticipated the multiple practices of younger conceptual artists. Drawing is her primary concern – both as an artist and as a historian of practice. This new monograph, published to coincide with a major retrospective at the Whitworth Art Gallery, celebrates the vitality and originality of an extraordinary body of work.

Deanna Petherbridge: Drawing and Dialogue
Essays by Deanna Petherbridge, Gill Perry, Roger Malbert, Martin Clayton and Angela Weight
ISBN 978-0-9930721-5-4 

Image: Deanna Petherbridge, The Fourteen Stations of the Tiber IV, 2011