Paul McDevitt (b. 1972, Troon, Scotland) is an artist who has been showing his drawings inter-nationally since graduating from an MA at Chelsea College of Art in 2000. In 2001 he exhibited in his first solo show at Hales Gallery, as well as group shows in the Saatchi Gallery at Underwood Street,Andrew Mummery Gallery, and The Trade Apartment in London. He was included in the Jerwood Drawing Prize 2001.
This book is an exercise in memory, inspiration and endurance, the result of a self-imposed two-day weekend of isolation. Artist Paul McDevitt worked with nothing but a black roller ball pen and a large pile of A4 paper.
Chronicling every idle thought, every unconscious wandering of a mind fizzing with humor and energy, Lost Weekend is a mental slide- show. Curious, thought-provoking and exceptionally funny, anything can happen in the world of a wondering mind.
A catalogue of ideas for a lost weekend...
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