Harland Miller is a British artist and writer, famous for his debut novel Slow Down Arthur, Stick to Thirty (2000) and his photo-realistic paintings of vintage Penguin book covers. Experimenting with different materials and sizes, he explores the interrelation between the visual and the written world. Influenced by Pop Art and Abstract artists such as Ed Ruscha and Robert Rauschenberg, Miller’s artworks feature playful titles, phrases and words, placing narrative at the heart of his practice. A growing number of celebrities have been collecting Miller’s art in recent years, turning him into a highly attractive figure in the contemporary art world.
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