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Here are our latest and forthcoming books. For further information on each one, please click on the image or link.

Gillian Ayres

Foreword by Andrew Marr
Texts by Martin Gayford and David Cleaton-Roberts

April 2017

£45.00

The definitive monograph on one of Britain's most-respected and best-loved abstract painters of the postwar period.

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Fourth Plinth

How London Created the Smallest Sculpture Park in the World

Foreword by Grayson Perry
Texts by Isabel de Vasconcellos

January 2017

£22.50

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.

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Could Have, Would Have, Should Have

Inside the World of the Art Collector

 

Tiqui Atencio

October 2016

£22.50

A lively account of a lifelong activity seen variously as a heroic commitment or a crazy sickness.

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Lament

Bettina von Zwehl and Josh Cohen

July 2016

£19.99

This highly conceptual and beautiful art work in book form is the result of a unique collaboration between an artist photographer and psychoanalyst writer.

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Strand

Stuart Haygarth

April 2016

£28.00

In this original and striking book, artist and designer Stuart Haygarth presents his series of seductively beautiful photographs of some of the thousands of discarded man-made objects that he found while walking along the entire English south coast.

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Clare Woods

Strange Meetings

 

Foreword by Andrew Marr
Texts by Michael Bracewell, Rebecca Daniels, Jennifer Higgie and Simon Martin

April 2016

£29.99

Presents one of the most significant British painters today, whose works hover between abstraction and representation, expressing a poetic romanticism and an unnerving psychic charge.

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Alex Schneideman

October 2015

£22.50

In this stark portrayal of late capitalism in action, photographer Alex Schneideman captures the alienating effects of mass consumerism in a series of strikingly beautiful black-and-white images.

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Dough Portraits

Søren Dahlgaard

October 2015

£24.99

A visually stunning and hilarious book by Danish artist Søren Dahlgaard, who creates absurdist portraits of people with their heads encased in dough.

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Another Green World

Linn Botanic Gardens
Encounters with a Scottish Arcadia

Alison Turnbull with Philip Hoare

October 2015

£18.99 

An artist and a writer’s lyrical portrait of a unique place: a magical, idiosyncratic collection of thousands of exotic plants created by a father and son beside a Scottish loch.

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Gideon Rubin special edition

Texts by Gabriel Coxhead, Martin Herbert, Aya Lurie,
Sarah Suzuki

July 2015

Special edition £300.00

Edition of 100

A special edition of this exquisite book on the acclaimed young Israeli painter Gideon Rubin, presented in a slipcase with a hand-painted gouache design, limited to 100 copies (20 each of 5 designs).

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Gideon Rubin

Texts by Gabriel Coxhead, Martin Herbert, Aya Lurie,
Sarah Suzuki

July 2015

£29.99

This exquisite book is the first monograph on the acclaimed young Israeli painter Gideon Rubin, celebrated for his haunting yet compelling portraits of faceless subjects that are drawn from found photographs, newspapers and magazines.

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On Being An Artist

Michael Craig-Martin

April 2015

£22.50

A unique mix of memoir, personal manifesto, and advice for the aspiring artist from Michael Craig-Martin, one of the most influential teachers of recent decades, who has nurtured two generations of British artists.

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Public Art (Now)

Out of Time, Out of Place

 

Edited by Claire Doherty

March 2015

£29.99

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.

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A K Dolven

Please Return

 

Edited by Gaby Hartel

February 2015

£29.99

This compelling book presents a decade of work by the acclaimed Norwegian artist. Employing a diverse range of media, her complex and disorientating art explores the relationship between individuals and their surroundings.

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