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It is quite hard to define the essence of Shrigley’s art – until you visit his studio and realise he draws and paints all day long. Everything else is just about distributing the results – including in books. To my surprise, he didn’t edit Get Your Shit Together himself or select its images: even its title was chosen by the publisher. “Shit” wasn’t a word he expected a US publisher to put on the cover.
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So, now, he lets other people riffle through his art and choose what they want to publish or exhibit. Including the cats.Last Name * Please enter a Last Name Please enter a valid Last Name, the maximum length is 50 characters. Yet the art world loves him too. He was shortlisted for the Turner prize in 2013, causing perhaps the competition’s last real scandal, with a naked urinating statue.
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It is, in fact, a bit like being a child for ever. He sees a real analogy between what he does now and the paintings he made on sugar paper when he was five years old. Your attitude was: what am I going to paint right now? Dinosaur. So you paint the Tyrannosaurus rex, and then you attach some text to the image of the Tyrannosaurus rex, and usually the Tyrannosaurus rex is saying something either violent or stupid. And that’s what I did when I was five. In my mind, it’s a similar format and attitude, albeit now I’m a middle-aged man who’s read some books and stuff. Inevitably, there is some craft that seeps in there but the work isn’t going to be any better if I could draw.” There has been] a reappraisal of what was important or fundamental, and the return to things that are very tangible and physical was a consequence of that — a sort of refocusing on things that might be seen as being more traditional," he explains.