Exhibition catalogue published in conjunction with show "Family of Man" held July 1 - September 18, 2005. Essays by Frédéric Paul, David Shrigley, Claude Closky, Pierre Bismuth, Edward Ruscha, John Baldessari and Ceal Floyer. Includes biography, exhibition history and exhibition checklist. "Jonathan Monk, born in the UK in 1969, is a dry-humored mischief-maker who explores 1960s influences in installations, photography, film, sculpture and performance. He has met with success--in 2006 his work appeared in New Photography at The Museum of Modern Art, New York, and at the Tate Triennial. Interviewed here, he tells the respected artist David Shrigley, 'it is sometimes difficult to understand where it [art] all begins and ends… the unanswerable question keeps us all going.' His work is just as quotable, including signs that read, 'Meeting point' and 'This painting should ideally be hung to the left of an Ed Ruscha.' Not coincidentally, this volume includes contributions from influential supporters including Mr. Ruscha and John Baldessari." -- publisher's statement.