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  • Chroma is more than an Aids autobiography...it is a paean to colour...Shot through with sass and moving testimony...this complexly written, yet stylish and readable book locates most powerfully the sublimal brilliance of one artist

    Gay Times
  • Chroma sparks off pieces of Jarman's poetry and prose against fragments that span Ovid, Alberti, Goethe and Wittgenstein...to form a highly personal reflection on colour, a keleidoscopic experience that throws out different facets like a prism in the light

    New Statesman
  • Full of anger, wit, emotion, and knowledge, this collection informs and astounds...Immensely powerful

    Kirkus
  • Jarman reminds us how much there is to be smelled, observed and listened to in the world if we do not walk past it

    Guardian
  • The context of the writing of this book inevitably turns it from an amusing bricollage to a gesture of extraordinary generosity, a tribute to the continuing need to create and communicate on the very edge of darkness

    Financial Times

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