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

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

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

Lilting

Lingering amongst the rubble of loss, Hong Khaou’s feature-length debut, Lilting, dwells on the limits of language.

Finding Vivian Maier

When John Maloof bought of a box of negatives in a Chicago auction, little did he expect to uncover one of the 20th century’s most important photographers.

Rachael Dadd

An imaginative cluster of oddball pop that pursues spontaneity and contradiction at the very boundaries of the genre.

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.

Hooray For Earth

Racy marks a significant step forward both in terms of sound and creation for Hooray for Earth, a process in which each member has been more actively involved.

Kormac

Dublin-based artist Kormac releases his sophomore album, and achieves both cinematic and genre-hopping intrigue.

Stylish Constructs

Inspired by a dream to become a film director, Polish photographer Daniel Korzewa was drawn to the cinematic glamour of fashion imagery.

Joe

Joe (Nicolas Cage) bonds with Gary, a 15-year-old boy from a broken family with an alcoholic and violent father.

Next Goal Wins

American Samoa is known in footballing history for losing 31-0 to Australia, but they believe that one day they will not only score but also win a match.

Anja Lechner & François Couturier

Combining Anja Lechner’s classical ear with François Couturier’s jazz background, the album makes for a unique listen.

Mystery Road

Set in Australia’s desolate Outback, the brilliantly tense Mystery Road is nothing short of gritty. Bleached colours adorned with a scorched tinge are nestled in amongst a fine cast of actors.

We Were Promised Jetpacks

We Were Promised Jetpacks isn’t a band that wants you to listen, it is a band that knows it will effortlessly have your attention.

Alt-J

This Is All Yours is astounding and lives up to the brilliance of the 2012’s Mercury Award-winning An Awesome Wave.

Watermark

Watermark offers up a warning to mankind from the natural world: don’t throw away this resource and don’t take it for granted.

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.

Considered Perspective

Barry Cawston uncovers the surprising beauty present in the seemingly mundane: his arresting photographs are often of still, silent settings, void of intrusive humanity and bursting with intriguing shapes, shades and angles.