Graham Crowley

is a painter of restless intelligence and tremendous energy, and it soon became apparent that these qualities, combined with a rather unfashionable social conscience, would propel him into exploring the world about him through an intensely focused realism quite unlike anything else to be found on the contemporary art scene.

— Andrew Lambirth, 2002



Graham Crowley - Collected essays and interviews






Graham Crowley





Graham Crowley’s latest Book: “I don’t like art”.
Studies in value and meaning.

“I don’t like art” is a collection of essays and interviews by Graham. Several of the texts are ‘artless’, in so much as they do not contain the word art.
Graham considers the idea that to simply ‘like’ something in a critical context is banal.

“I don’t like art” is available in both hardback and paperback. 114 pages with 35 colour illustrations.

Hardback: numbered & signed edition of 200.
£20 including P&P.

£10 including P&P.

Beautifully written, irresistible and devastatingly clear.
Professor Paul Greenhalgh
Director – Sainsbury Centre for Visual Arts

“The book is a terrific mix of the exemplary and the cogent.”
William Feaver
Painter and Writer

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Graham Crowley by Martin Holman.

Large format, hardback, 124 pages with 23 illustrations and 61 colour plates.

Signed and/or dedicated £35 including P&P.

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