Steve McQueen: Works, 2012
Essays by Jean Fisher, Okwui Enwezor, Georges Didi-Huberman, James Rondeau and Cameron Bailey; and a conversation between the artist and Adrian Searle

The publication, which accompanied the 2013 exhibition of works by Steve McQueen at Schaulager Basel - the world’s largest to date - comprises an extensively documented catalogue of the complete works of the British artist and filmmaker Steve McQueen from 1992 to 2012. There are illustrations of all the works, many of them on fold-out plates. Texts by a series of top-class authors - the artistic director of the Toronto International Film Festival, Cameron Bailey; the director of the Haus der Kunst in Munich, Okwui Enwezor; art historians Georges Didi-Huberman and Jean Fisher; and the curator of contemporary art at the Art Institute of Chicago, James Rondeau - and a substantial discussion with the artist offer deeper insights into Steve McQueen’s work and the nature of his powerful, thought-provoking creativity.

Hardcover, 248 pagesPublisher: Laurenz Foundation, SchaulagerISBN 978-3-9523971-0-7