A new publication from Phaidon highlights the shifting relationship between architecture and natural forms, taking the land as inspiration.
The Luxury of Shame
The latest African writer to come to prominence in Europe, Unigwe engages with prejudice and polarised conceptions of right and wrong.
I Still Dream About You
Set in Alabama, the novel reveals what it is like to overcome the shadows of a country’s past whilst also adoring the place you consider “home.”
In Skippy Dies, Paul Murray goes back to school to give a crash course on bullies, boredom and societal power structures.
Gerhard Richter: Atlas
This book provides insight into Richter’s method and process; giving readers a glimpse into the artist’s working practice.
The Artist of Disappearance
Set in modern India, The Artist of Disappearance is a triptych of novellas, referring to shadows of the past, drawing on India’s recent history as a backdrop