Jealous Saboteurs by Francis Upritchard
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Publisher: Monash University Museum of Art, Melbourne and City Gallery, Wellington
Edition: First, limited to 1800 copies
Jealous Saboteurs surveys twenty years of work by New Zealand–born, London-based artist Francis Upritchard. The book includes a total of 288 colour reproductions of her sculptures, ceramics and installations.
Jealous Saboteurs features essays by Megan Dunn, Tessa Laird, and Robert Leonard, and an interview with Upritchard by artist Brian Griffiths.
Upritchard often commissions novelists to write on her work. Jealous Saboteurs includes a new text by Deborah Levy, and previously published texts by novelists Hari Kunzru, David Mitchell, and Ali Smith.
The book is edited by Charlotte Day and Robert Leonard and design by Roland Brauchli