Randall by Jonathan Gibbs

Galley Beggar Press

Beginning in the early 1990s, Randall is an alternative history of the heady years of Cool Britannia and the emergence of the Young British Artists. It asks, what would have happened if Damien Hirst had never arrived? If someone else had become the most notorious and influential young British artist? And what if that someone had been more talented, more provocative, more outrageous? And far, far funnier?