Thu, 11/07/2013 - 09:58 by Natasha Neale
Wild Art is, quite frankly, right up our alley. Titled after a term that coins the vast array of art independent from the traditional confines of the gallery system and their establishment walls, this Phaidon published book explores everything outside the exclusive art world. Put together by art historians Joachim Pissaro and David Carrier, this book explores the “other” art worlds, including chapters on street art, body art, food art, ice and sand sculpture, giant artworks, miniscule artworks, wild architecture and many, many more. At its heart, this book raises the question of what constitutes 'art,' by celebrating the art and artists that may usually be ignored. Wild Art is out now through Phaidon.