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Sieff Fashion

This collection of Jeanloup Sieff’s finest fashion shots is a stunning book of unique moments from one of the greatest fashion photographers of the 20th century.

Lomo Life: The Future is Analogue

These two books record surprising moments that enhance our view of life, and reinstate film photography as anything but a dying art form.

Steve McCurry: The Iconic Photographs

In 1985, photojournalist McCurry gave National Geographic its most renowned cover with his Afghan Girl portrait. Steve McCurry: The Iconic Photographs offers a selection of works tracing his path across three continents.

Regarding Warhol: Sixty Artists, Fifty Years

Featuring conversations with the likes of Alex Katz, Jeff Koons and Julian Schnabel, the book collects both the words and the works of the artists that followed Warhol.

Midnight To The Boom: Painting in India After Independence

This book examines the revolutionary art movement that grew in India between its declaration of independence in 1947 and the economic boom of the 1990s.

Art in Oceania: A New History

Challenging the notion that Oceanic art consists essentially of masks and sculptures, this book exposes how the peoples of Oceania created an incredible range of art forms and great art traditions.

DIY Couture

Rosie Martin’s DIY Couture is the latest publication to hit the shelves, encouraging consumers to pick up a pair of fabric shears and a few bobbins, plug in the sewing machine and get started.

Style Feed: The World’s Top Fashion Blogs

Picked by arguably the most successful fashion blogger, Susie Bubble, this text lists the most influential writers and photographers of the online fashion realm.

Le Corbusier and the Power of Photography

Marking the 125th anniversary of the birth of Le Corbusier, this text illuminates his dynamic relationship with photography.

Neue Welt

Over more than two decades, Wolfgang Tillmans has explored the medium of photography with impressive range. This book was created in the course of numerous journeys around the world.

Stencil Republic

Including an introduction by street artist Lady Aiko and an interview with Stencil King, this is a stimulating introduction to stencils, spraypaint and public space.

The Bitter Years

The Bitter Years offers a poignant and heartbreaking insight into The Great Depression of the 1930s.

In My View

In My View is a valuable collection of vignettes, personal stories, moments and reflections from the contemporary art world’s most recognisable figures.

Caspar David Friedrich

This isn’t so much a book as it is an artefact. Beautiful and intimate, this text offers an overview of Friedrich’s oeuvre.

Ken Price Sculpture: A Retrospective

Ken Price, an internationally renowned ceramic artist, is best known for his abstract shapes constructed from clay.

Photo Album

Bringing together seven distinct bodies of work from 1998 to 2012, Photo Album is a collection that evokes its namesake.

Drape Drape 2

Drape Drape 2 includes 14 designs for tops, dresses, skirts, vests and jackets. The designs have a certain sharp severity that you would expect from the former Head of Garment Design for Muji.

Pop Art

Collins’ text skilfully moves through the different eras of Pop. He also looks at Pop Art in relation to the Civil Rights Movement and the Vietnam War.

Hello Nature

Wegman’s love of Weimaraners has led him to be recognised as one of world’s most widely known conceptual artists.

Paula Rego: The Complete Graphic Work

Talking about her practice, Paula Rego said “there’s something sexual about drawing, and there’s a great deal of comfort in it as well … it is utterly thrilling.”

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