Here are our latest and forthcoming books. For further information on each one, please click on the image or link.
The Very Public Art of Heather Peak and Ivan Morison
Texts by Claire Doherty and Gavin Wade
The first retrospective monograph on one of Britain’s most progressive and socially conscious artist duos working internationally today.
Discovery and Invention – The Early Graphic Works
Foreword by David Cleaton-Roberts
Texts by Brenda Danilowitz and Jeannette Redensek
Offers a fresh and surprising view of a celebrated pioneer of modernism and one of the most important artists of the twentieth century.
The Art of Richard Hamilton
A brilliant new introduction to the art of one of the most influential and prescient artists of the 20th century, whose seminal work explored postwar consumer society and 'pop' culture.
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.
Foreword by Sir Nicholas Serota
Texts by John McEwen, Elizabeth Gilmore and Victoria Howarth
The first monograph in two decades to explore the work of a ground-breaking but overlooked painter described by Nicholas Serota as the ‘brightest of a bright generation’.
Michael Rakowitz & Friends
Edition of 200
A limited edition of the stunning cookbook in which an artist invites chefs to create mouth-watering dishes with a traditional Middle Eastern ingredient.
Carton Moore Park
An exquisite facsimile edition of a turn-of-the-century illustrated children’s ABC of animals.
Sir Michael Craig-Martin
A unique mix of memoir, personal manifesto, and advice for the aspiring artist from Sir Michael Craig-Martin, one of the most influential teachers of recent decades, who has nurtured two generations of British artists.
Cooking With Date Syrup
Michael Rakowitz & Friends
An acclaimed artist invites chefs and food writers to create mouth-watering dishes with a traditional Middle Eastern ingredient.
Obedience and Defiance
Edited by Anthony Spira and Catherine Lampert
With texts by Catherine Lampert and Kate Zambreno
A major publication on the radical and political work of one of Britain’s most celebrated living figurative artists.
Preface by Emile Gauguin
A beautiful facsimile of the first English translation of Gauguin’s frank and entertaining memoir, written just before he died, in which he reveals his innermost thoughts on art, life and love.
Drawings by Carton Moore Park
An exquisite facsimile edition of a turn-of-the-century children’s book of rhymes that capture the mysterious and sometimes ridiculous world of goblins, witches and fairies.
Louisa M. Alcott
Abridged by W. Dingwall Fordyce
Illustrations by Norman Little
A charming abridged and illustrated facsimile edition of one of the most popular and widely read novels of all time, coinciding with the 150th anniversary of its publication.
The Artist’s Eye
Edited by Gilane Tawadros and Judy Adam
Foreword by Phyllida Barlow
Texts by Gilane Tawadros and Woodrow Kernohan
The first overview of the work of the acclaimed photographer Edward Woodman, the photographer of choice for two generations of British artists.
I Want To Be Adored
Texts by Stephen Feeke, Bruce Haines and Harry Thorne
A beautiful and striking monograph on an artist whose idiosyncratic works display a witty, dark and sensitive humour, as well as an obsessive exploration of the traditions and materials of sculpture.
Looking and Painting
Texts by Christopher Bedford, Jennifer Higgie and Dominic Molon
The first book in a decade on a painter whose lush and seductive works in vivid brushstrokes and high-key colour dissolve and reassemble the world to re-present reality as something new and newly felt.
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.
Introduction by Louis Weinberg
July 2018 (first publ. 1918)
A beautiful clothbound centenary facsimile of a rare early book on the father of modern sculpture.
Written and pictured by Mrs Arthur Gaskin
April 2018 (first publ. 1895)
An exquisite facsimile edition of a classic Victorian children’s alphabet primer written and illustrated by a celebrated Arts and Crafts artist and designer.
Preface and introduction by Arthur Symons
April 2018 (first publ. 1918)
A beautiful clothbound centenary facsimile of the first definitive book on the work of one of the most controversial and influential artists of the Aesthetic and Art Nouveau movements.
John S. Dixon
The only book in print to present paintings of all the key feasts in the Christian calendar by Old Masters from the early Renaissance onwards.
In which the artist considers the process of thinking about and making work
An exquisitely designed and singular book presenting an acclaimed artist’s personal view about how paintings are conceived, made and interpreted.
Edited by Hannah Higham
Texts by Sebastiano Barassi, Tania Moore, Jon Wood
A gorgeous book exploring the formative years of the young Henry Moore and his emergence as an iconic modern sculptor of international repute.
Painter of Inner Worlds
The extraordinary story of the life and work of the first female modern Turkish-Jordanian painter and a pioneer of twentieth-century abstraction.
Edited by Eleanor Pinfield
Foreword by Mark Wild
Texts by Tamsin Dillon, Eleanor Pinfield, Hans Ulrich Obrist
Interview by Tim Marlow
A rare book in English on one of the pioneer conceptual artists and a striking record of his art works for Tottenham Court Road Station, his only permanent commission in the UK
Foreword by Andrew Marr
Texts by Martin Gayford and David Cleaton-Roberts
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The definitive monograph on one of Britain's most-respected and best-loved abstract painters of the postwar period.
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.