- 192 pages : illustrations (chiefly colour), portraits, photographs ; 28 cm
- Summary: This is the first monograph devoted to the work of the the artist Clive McCartney. It offers a review of his 30-year career and traces his artistic journey, from his early wanderings through Egypt and Sudan, Morocco and India, to the European capitals of Paris, Berlin, Rome and London, and finally his arrival in America. The book discusses the working processes involved in 'series' painting, in which works evolve into large-scale projects. It also explores his fixation with the solitary and the existential nature of man, revealing a poignant area of work that examines figures set apart, but also together: the individual and the crowd, streets and interiors redolent of the past as well as what is about to come , empty corridors and parks that are more atmosphere than detail.