Critical Writings on Sean Scully – The Early Years
Edited by Faye Fleming and Oscar Humphries
Introduction by Martin Gayford
A lavishly illustrated and beautifully produced collection of writings on one of today’s most important and best-loved abstract painters, covering the first three decades of the career.
Edited by Sinéad McCarthy
Published in association with Liverpool Biennial, this collection of commissioned texts and art works explores the state of the world today in a time of social, political and environmental turmoil.
How London Created the Smallest Sculpture Park in the World
Foreword by Grayson Perry
Texts by Isabel de Vasconcellos
The inside story of the most talked-about – and controversial – public art programme in the UK, and a celebration of the place of art in London’s daily life.
Out of Time, Out of Place
Edited by Claire Doherty
£29.99 SOLD OUT
This dynamic international survey brings together forty of the most significant and progressive artworks in the public realm over the past decade in an essential introduction to one of the most vibrant and radical areas of contemporary art.
Edited by Warren Carter, Barnaby Haran and Frederic J. Schwartz
£25.00 (hardback £45.00), e-book £20.00 / £16.66
Progressive art historians are again recognizing the relevance of Marx’s ideas to their practice. This volume includes thirty academics who are reshaping art history on Marxist lines.
Photography and Motherhood
Edited by Susan Bright
Published to coincide with a touring exhibition, this striking book examines contemporary interpretations of one of the most enduring subjects in the history of picture-making: the image of the mother.
Edited by Sally Tallant and Paul Domela
£18.95 SALE £11.95
Published in association with Liverpool Biennial, this timely collection of specially commissioned texts and art works addresses notions of hospitality, a growing area of study in cultural and academic disciplines.
100 Artists Remake a London Icon
Edited by Tamsin Dillon
A hundred artists reinterpret one of the world's most famous brands, the London Underground logo, with witty and inventive results.