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Contemporary Artspace
London 1997-2000



Working in a diverse, imaginative and experimental graphic language, Maslen & Mehras' collaborative practice engages in dialogues which compare, contrast and juxtapose the natural and human world in which we live.


Maslen & Mehra by Edward Lucie-Smith

EDWARD LUCIE-SMITH is an art historian, art critic, curator, poet and photographer who has written books on contemporary art published in many languages. Among his best-known titles are 'Movements in Art since 1945', 'The Visual Arts of the 20th Century' and 'Art Today'.  He curated the survey exhibition 'New Classicism in Art', at Palazzo Forti in Verona. Among his many books is a monograph on the American feminist artist Judy Chicago [published in May 2000], and 'Art Tomorrow' [published in October 2002], a survey of the most recent developments in contemporary art, which includes work
by Maslen & Mehra

Maslen & Mehra: Culture Lens Nature Mirror
Text by John K Grande

John K. Grande has curated several editions of Earth Art at the Royal Botanical Gardens in Burlington, Ontario, Canada. Recent books include Dialogues in Diversity; Art from Marginal to Mainstream (Pari Publishing, Italy)  Bob Verschueren, Natura Humana (Editions Mardaga, Belgium) and The Landscape Changes (Prospect/Gaspereau Press, Canada). Eco-Art, co-curated with Peter Selz was on view at the Pori Art Museum in fnland.2011. Art critic, writer, lecturer and interviewer, John Grande's reviews and feature articles have been published extensively in Artforum, Vice Versa, Sculpture, Art Papers, British Journal of Photo-graphy, Espace Sculpture, Public Art Review, Vie des Arts, Art On Paper, Circa & Canadian Forum.His most recenet book, Art, Space, Ecology was published by Black Rose Books / U. of Chicago in


Mirrored The Photography of Maslen & Mehra
by Eugen Blume

Professor Eugen Blume is curator at the Hamburger Bahnhof Museum Berlin


Sense of Wonder: The Landscape Photographs of Maslen and Mehra by Chris Townsend

Chris Townsend's recent publications include The Art of Tracey Emin (co-edited with Prof. Mandy Merck, 2002) and The Art of Rachel Whiteread (2004). Forthcoming volumes include the monographs A World at Random: The Art of Boyle Family (2005) and New Art from London (2006). Curated exhibitions include Rapture: Art's Seduction by Fashion, 1970-2000 (Barbican Art Gallery, 2002) and The Ugly Show (Leeds Metropolitan University Art Gallery, 1998). He is a lecturer in the Department of Media Arts, Royal Holloway, University of London



Artspace Sydney Catalogue Essay
by Paul McGillick

Dr Paul McGillick is a prominent, Sydney-based writer and editor in the fields of architecture, art and design. He is currently Editorial Director of Indesign Publishing and editor of Habitus and Indesign magazines. He was formerly editor of another prominent architecture and design magazine, Monument.


Impermanent Collection : Maslen & Mehra
by Edward Lucie-Smith