The Condition of England

The phrase 'the condition of England' was coined by the Victorian moral philosopher Thomas Carlyle to map the changing moral, political and economic state of the nation. Carlye's panoramic vision encompassed concerns from wealth distribution and conspicuous consumption to our idea of 'the good life'; and from migration to our sense of self.

This publication is a catalogue addressing these concerns.

Genre
Art
Topics
art, morals, politics
Publisher
Northern Gallery for Contemporary Art
Format
Paperback

Lawson Park Electronic Library is a Guestroom project for Grizedale Arts, designed and built by Dorian Moore