A major monograph, “Hurvin Anderson” gathers more than two decades of lush interior and exterior scenes by one of the most highly regarded Black artists working today. Blending abstraction and figuration, British artist Hurvin Anderson paints transporting landscapes and spaces of familial, cultural, and communal significance, including barber shops, country clubs, and swimming pools, scenes informed by his Jamaican heritage and UK experiences. The work has brough acclaim and critical recognition. Anderson was shortlisted for the Turner Prize in 2017 and his work ranks among the most expensive by a Black living artist at auction. The fully illustrated volume features about 120 works, dating from 1997 to 2021, with an introduction by Courtney J. Martin and 15 poems by Roger Robinson, who won the 2019 T. S. Eliot Prize. An extensive essay by Catherine Lampert presents an overview of Anderson’s career, detailing the contours of his background, development of his practice, and roots of his serial themes.