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Derek Jarman Super 8

Derek Jarman Super 8

Maverick filmmaker Derek Jarman bequeathed his experimental 8mm reels to the producer after his death, but having deteriorated, many of Jarman’s works were in danger of disappearing for good.

Lazar Khidekel & Suprematism

Lazar Khidekel & Suprematism

This book is the first dedicated to Lazar Khidekel’s work and explores the importance of Suprematism in his oeuvre.

Full Moon

Full Moon

Almond travelled the world waiting for the right lunar phase, using an extra long exposure to capture nature at night. His quiet observance, still by necessity, has produced hauntingly beautiful results.

Yin Xiuzhen

Yin Xiuzhen

This fascinating insight into the life of prolific installation artist Yin Xiuzhen consists of a number of interviews and revealing photographs.

Egon Schiele – Jenny Saville

Egon Schiele – Jenny Saville

The pairing of Austrian artist Egon Schiele with Young British Artist Jenny Saville is an unusual one but this book reveals their stylistic and thematic similarities.

William Helburn

William Helburn

William Helburn’s appreciation of feminine beauty, combined with his charismatic personality, resulted in a practice that saw him working with most of the top ad agencies in New York.

The Elements of Sculpture

The Elements of Sculpture

The Elements of Sculpture offers an profound foray into the alluring and often enigmatic practive of sculpture, from prehistory to contemporary output.

100 Painters of Tomorrow

100 Painters of Tomorrow

100 Painters of Tomorrow overthrows the idea that painting is dead and instead demonstrates why the art form continues to persist, evolve and remain relevant.

Robert Doisneau

Robert Doisneau

This beautifully produced new book, compiled by Jean Claude Gautrand, showcases the array of work produced by Doisneau over his 60-year career.

What We Wore

What We Wore

This unique compendium substitutes glossy editorial spreads for disposable snaps of poster- splattered bedrooms, Kappa-clad holidays and Brixton raves.

Post-Photography: The Artist with a Camera

Post-Photography: The Artist with a Camera

The artists in this book do not subscribe to a common philosophy of image-making; rather choosing to share social and technological methods of creation.

A Painter’s Progress: A Portrait of Lucian Freud

A Painter’s Progress: A Portrait of Lucian Freud

Working with the artist for nearly two decades, Dawson was not only Freud’s constant companion in the studio he was also one of his favourite models.

Fashion Photography Next

Fashion Photography Next

The fashion photograph has become a central part of today’s visual language. From advertising to editorial, these stylised, artistically inspired, ultra-glamorous images are everywhere.

Collector’s Edition

Collector’s Edition

This stunning book documents the loving detail that goes into the creation of limited edition collector’s pieces for the music, book and magazine industries.

Ways of Looking

Ways of Looking

With no prejudices, no preconceptions, Ossian Ward proposes a formula to understand contemporary art.

Monica Bonvicini

Monica Bonvicini

Monica Bonvicini navigates issues of gender, power and control through the use of architecture, installation, language and drawing.

Malevich

Malevich

Coinciding with a large-scale exhibition at Tate Modern, this text explores the life and work of influential Russian artist Kazimir Malevich.

Camera Crazy

Camera Crazy

Camera Crazy highlights our obsession with photography from a nostalgic perspective. Over time, cameras first invented as toys have gained iconic status.

Keep Britain Tidy

Keep Britain Tidy

A compelling volume of post-war posters from the National Archive, which paint a portrait of the changing concerns of British government from 1945 to 1975.

Kate Moss by Mario Testino

Kate Moss by Mario Testino

Edited by Testino and featuring pieces from his private archive, the volume brings together the duo’s best work.

Make Your Own Luck

Make Your Own Luck

Kate Moross is a veritable design chameleon, whose portfolio boasts a diverse range of work.

Women Photographers

Women Photographers

Women Photographers is a definitive collection, which details 60 biographies of the most influential female photographers of the 19th century to the present day.

This is Dalí

This is Dalí

Humorous and bright, this is a joyful exploration of Dalí’s world and gives intriguing and comprehensive insights into his personal development and his art.

Art & Ecology Now

Art & Ecology Now

Art & Ecology Now is an extensive survey of nature’s impact upon art’s involvement and responsibility in saving the planet.

New York Bike Style

New York Bike Style

“To ride in New York”, the introduction informs us, “is to have a level of authority over an otherwise untamed landscape.”

Show Time

Show Time

Show Time examines art exhibitions from the late 1980s to the present day and looks at how they have altered our understanding of the curator’s role.

Philippe Halsman: Astonish Me!

Philippe Halsman: Astonish Me!

Halsman’s relentless creativity kept his magnificent imagery alive and allowed him to construct a vivid picture of prosperous American society.

Illustration Now! Fashion

Illustration Now! Fashion

It’s easy to forget that every dress, coat and shoe begins as an illustration. Julius Wiedemann draws attention to the industry’s reliance on this skill.

Liberty: British Colour Pattern

Liberty: British Colour Pattern

Referred to by Oscar Wilde as “the chosen resort of the artistic shopper”, Liberty has maintained its creative relevance for more than a century.

A Brush with the Real: Figurative Painting Today

A Brush with the Real: Figurative Painting Today

Marc Valli’s introduction reminds the reader of the value inherent in painting and its place in the digital world.

Marcel Broodthaers

Marcel Broodthaers

In this incredibly authoritative volume, Marie-Puck brings back to life her father’s photographs and exhibition chronology.

The Style of Coworking

The Style of Coworking

The Style of Coworking showcases a staggering array of working spaces, including places long-abandoned and reclaimed by enterprising visionaries who infused them with personality and style.

Peter Beard: Into the Wild

Peter Beard: Into the Wild

Embodying the titles of photographer, collector, diarist and writer, Beard journeyed the path less travelled.

William Kentridge: Fortuna

William Kentridge: Fortuna

“Fortuna” is a concept employed by the acclaimed South African artist William Kentridge to describe his creative process. It implies more than simple chance but less than a fully conceived plan: a kind of engineered luck.

WarpFilms10

WarpFilms10

It’s an outstanding feat for any British film company to reach its first birthday – Warp has hit 10 consecutive anniversaries, adding yet more titles to its body of work.

New Graphic Design

New Graphic Design

With over 500 pages of superb colour images, the canvases for the work range from book covers, magazines and posters to scarves, apps and music videos.

100 Works of Art That Will Define Our Age

100 Works of Art That Will Define Our Age

Recognising pieces from 1989 to the present day, Grovier has created a compelling list of works that have had the greatest impact in recent times.

Art Cities of the Future: 21st Century Avant-Gardes

Art Cities of the Future: 21st Century Avant-Gardes

Art Cities of the Future examines the relationship between place and experimental creativity, picking out avant-gardes from 12 specific locations.

Eyemazing: The New Collectible Art Photography

Eyemazing: The New Collectible Art Photography

Eyemazing: The New Collectible Art Photography presents a phenomenal range of works, all assembled from the best of the magazine of the same name.

Bright Nights: Photographs of Another New York

Bright Nights: Photographs of Another New York

Street photographer Tod Seelie’s version of the city in Bright Nights completely redefines the concept of classic New York and is adamantly devoid of clichés.

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