Living Maps

Author Adam Dant is an internationally exhibited artist and a creative cartographer, known for his psycho-histories of art institutions and other work which combines social psychology, geography, and art.  In this striking, beautiful, and witty book, he explores 28 cities around the world, bringing together their history, culture and geography, to produce cartographic art including an anatomical diagram of Manhattan, a tracing of the form of a Picasso nude in the streets of Monaco, and a transformation of the paths of boats on the Bosporus into the nerves of Istanbul.

Hardback, 128 pages.
Full-colour illustrations throughout.
Measures 33 x 23 cm.

Collections: Art, Books, Geography, Humanities, New

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