Lesley Kerman was a student of Richard Hamilton and Victor Pasmore in the 1960s. She has shown both internationally and widely in the UK including with the Science Museum and the Wellcome Trust in London. Her most recent solo exhibition ‘Advice to Women in Management’ was at Goldsmiths, University of London.
In 2000, Lesley won an Arts Council Major Award and a ‘Year of the Artist’ commission, which has led to many further commissions from the Environment Agency, SUSTRANS, SAFLE, Cardiff, and numerous town councils nationwide.
She taught art history at Newcastle, Brighton and Exeter Colleges of Art, becoming Head of Humanities, Performance and Media at the University of Plymouth. Her teaching materials have been acquired by Tate Archive. Her writing on Art has featured in the Guardian, Art Review, Aspects, and The Edinburgh Review.
Lesley has served on the National board of the Association of Art Historians and is a fellow of the Royal Society of Arts.
The Passion Scenes from the Maesta
Published in April 2019 by Peter Foolen Editions Eindhoven, The Netherlands
And Short and Forward Publications Troedrhiwsebon, Aberystwyth, Wales
Some reactions to the book:
A terrific work, a revisioning as well as a renewal of the original.
Dame Marina Warner
It is a fascinating work and I am delighted that we at the National Gallery now have a copy of your work to keep for posterity and to consult.
Caroline Campbell Director of Collections and Research at the National Gallery London
What a wonderful enterprise and what a delight going into the pictures so intimately. I have always thought Duccio and the Sienese the real Rennaissance Masters and you clearly confirm that view. Vasari was partisan and it has taken almost five centuries to put that right. Well done!
Duncan Macmillan, Emeritus Professor of Art History at Edinburgh University and Curator of the Talbot Rice Gallery
If you have any inquiries or would like to purchase this book please do not hesitate to get in touch with Lesley directly at email@example.comBook sold at £15 RRP