Adrian Dannatt

Adrian Dannatt is a writer, curator, editor and artist based between New York, Paris and London. A longtime New York correspondent for The Art Newspaper his many books include the US Holocaust Memorial Museum (Phaidon), Wim Delvoye (Yale University Press), Francois-Xavier and Claude Lalanne: In the Domain of Dreams (Rizzoli), and most recently Doomed and Famous: Selected Obituaries (Sequence Press). His fiction and poetry have been published in a range of anthologies including Best British Short Stories and PEN New Poetry. He has organized exhibitions at varied venues from Robert Indiana at Frank Lloyd Wright’s Price Tower in Oklahoma, to castillo/corrales in Paris, Kasmin Gallery, New York and the Impasse Ronsin at Museum Tinguely, Basel. His own work as an artist has been exhibited at Deitch Projects, the Whitworth Art Gallery, Manchester and Shanaynay, Paris. Dannatt is a founder of Living Obit, a unique obituary writing service offering bespoke memorials to the living.

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Adrian Dannatt's "Doomed and Famous" with Illustrations by Hugo Guinness (Sequence Press, 2021)

Doomed and Famous

by Adrian Dannatt
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