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VOLUME 1: N EXT SIZ E U P VOLUME 2: SIZE ISN ’T E V E RYTHI N G Next Size Up is a brand new book exploring the world of fashion, sport, design, art and music through the unique and powerful prism of contemporary Sneaker Culture as it enters another phase in its evolution. The world of sneakers has taken centre stage of not only youth culture, but also the mainstream creative industries including luxury fashion and music. Providing a platform to celebrate and discuss some of the most compelling issues surrounding the creative industries today, it will appeal to those interested in cutting edge design, illustration and contemporary art as well as the ever-expanding world of sneaker enthusiasts. This new book embodies the story, collaborating with designers, photographers, artists and writers including, amongst others, Paul Smith, Sarah Andelman, Antony Burrill, Alexander

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movement of which the mainstream, including the Sneaker brands themselves, knew nothing. Size Isn’t Everything not only examined its heroes, codes, boundaries and contradictions, but also embodied the culture’s ethos of putting creativity, design and collaboration at its very heart. Working with some of the most innovative names of the time it features such names as The Chapman Brothers, Anthony Burrill, Tomato, Snoop Dogg, Glen E. Friedman, Tony Hawk and Spike Jonze.

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J OY D IV IS IO N BY G L E N N B ROWN , MI C H AE L B RAC E WE L L AN D LAV I N I A G R E E N LAW In this beautifully conceived artist’s book, the paintings and drawings of Glenn Brown referencing the meteoric career of Ian Curtis and Joy Division are brought together with specially written texts by the novelist Michael Bracewell and the poet Lavinia Greenlaw. Taking its title Licht and Blindheit from the last Joy Division record to be released during Ian Curtis’s lifetime, Michael Bracewell’s essay describes the musical intensity and profound romanticism that have made Joy Division as iconic and musically influential as Kraftwerk or The Doors. Joy Division has been designed by Peter Willberg and printed in Germany by Plitt GmbH. This is the regular edition of 400 signed and numbered copies.

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ST I LL A P OETIC RESP ONS E TO PHOTOGRA PHS OF T HE SOMME BATTLE F IE LD BY SIMON ARMITAG E Still is a sequence of poems in response to panoramic photographs of battlefields associated with the Battle of the Somme. Chosen from archives at the Imperial War Museum, these astonishingly clear photographic images are ahead of their time. Still was published on the centenary of the battle, which is considered to be one of the bloodiest in British military history. Consequently, Armitage’s thirty poems are versions of the infamously tense Georgics by the Roman poet Virgil. The contemporary words meld with the visual devastations of war to haunting effect. Designed by Praline Design Studio and published by Enitharmon Press and the Imperial War Museums, Still is a 74pp large-scale landscape publication with introductory texts, contemporary maps, fold-outs and decorated endpapers.

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DRAWING

STONE SOUP

UNDER MILK WOOD

BY MICHAEL CRAIG-MARTIN

BY PAU LA R EGO AN D CAS W I LLI N G

BY DYLAN T H O MAS I MAG E S BY P E T E R B LAK E

Craig-Martin began making line

Full of the macabre touches and dark

Internationally acclaimed for its

drawings of ordinary objects in 1978,

humour that have made Paula Rego’s

eccentricity and widely admired for

and has continued to add to this

reputation, Stone Soup is a new version

its lovelorn lyricism, Dylan Thomas’s

vocabulary of images to the present

of the traditional Portuguese folktale

ground-breaking 1954 ‘play for voices’,

day. All are of man-made objects,

by her daughter, the designer and

Under Milk Wood, has long echoed in

mostly mass-produced, immediately

writer, Cas Willing. Typically read to

the imagination of the founding father

familiar in the contemporary world.

children to encourage cooperation in

of British Pop Art, Sir Peter Blake.

They have been at the core of most

times of scarcity, the fable has existed

Revealed here for the very first time

of his work since 1978. Unlike most

in numerous incarnations for centuries.

alongside Thomas’s play text are the

drawings they do not exist as unique

The book follows the efforts of a young

‘dismays and rainbows’ of this great

images on paper. As the artist explains:

female traveller in her attempt to save

artist’s richly detailed sequences of

“In the early days I drew each object

herself from starvation, persuading a

110 watercolours, pencil portraits and

in pencil on paper and traced it in fine

suspicious townspeople to supply her

collages, comprising one of his most

tape on acetate. I then destroyed the

with food for her mysterious Stone

distinctive and significant bodies of

pencil drawings. Since the mid-’90s

Soup. All of the thirteen watercolour

work.

I have drawn directly on a computer

and ink paintings are reproduced here,

using the mouse as pencil. No hard

bringing together Rego’s expressive

copy exists unless I print or paint one.”

cast of figures amidst their troubled landscape.

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DAVID JONES IN THE GREAT WAR

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PARIS ESCAPADES

BY THOMAS DILWORTH

GILBERT & GEORGE THE SCULPTOR S

BY PETER BLAKE AND MARCO LIVINGSTONE

The great modernist artist and poet

This is a unique glimpse into the

Paris Escapades is a beautiful book

David Jones grew up in Brockley,

mercurial world that Gilbert & George

of Paris collages by Sir Peter Blake

London. He finished art school in

construct around themselves. The

who demonstrates his unerring

the summer of 1913, but then Britain

hand-marbled cover, created by the

sense of felicitous and unexpected

declared war on Germany, and Jones

artists themselves, makes each copy

juxtapositions, a gift for visual story-

joined the army. He was sent to France

of this beautiful edition a unique art

telling and an eye no less acute for

in 1915, serving in the same regiment

object. The 65 photographs and 19

having a permanent twinkle. Blake

as Robert Graves. Now, thanks to

drawings are reproduced in duotone,

features many familiar monuments

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and printed on Mohawk Superfine

in his Paris pictures but submerges

research, including scores of personal

White Eggshell (Library of Congress

them in extraordinary events that turn

interviews, Jones’s story can be told

certified). The book is thread-sewn

them into the stuff of dreams. Each

in detail. Accompanying the text are

and hand-bound in marbled linens

of the 28 images in Paris Escapades

photographs of Jones and his wartime

specially made by Gilbert & George.

is accompanied by the artist’s wry

sketches and writings, many previously

Each marbled cover is unique and

commentaries, and the book is

unpublished, and seven fully rendered

each copy is signed and numbered by

preceded by an interview with Marco

drawings not seen since the war.

the artists.

Livingstone in which Blake discusses

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DRAWI NG THE HU MAN F IGU RE TH E ARTIST’S COM PLE TE GU I D E BY ANDRÁS SZU N YOGHY To draw the human body is one of the most interesting yet most difficult tasks for budding artists. This book offers hundreds of illustrations and useful instructions by Hungarian master András Szunyoghy, based on his teaching practice for several decades. Detailed paragraphs on the special features of drawing the head, feet, or hands along with sections on perspective, proportion, and posture provide a comprehensive guide for both hobby artists and professionals alike. Learn how to depict the effects of light and shade, tone, composition, and colour and you will be able to create beautiful pieces of art. This concise handbook will help you improve your drawing abilities by providing useful exercises, easy to follow step-by-step instructions, and valuable tips for your drawing practice.

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A RT NO U V E A U BY MAR I A- C H R I ST I N A B O E R N E R , AC H I M B E D N O R Z AN D E D I T E D BY RO L F TO MAN

From the 1880s until the First World War, the artistic world witnessed the development of Art Nouveau, the first truly global style. Taking inspiration from the natural world, Art Nouveau influenced visual arts and architecture especially in painting, graphics, interior design, sculpture, jewellery, glass and ceramics. The movement was committed to abolishing the traditional hierarchy of the arts, which viewed so-called liberal arts, such as painting and sculpture, as superior to craft-based decorative arts, and to unifying art and life. Art Nouveau artists believed that all the arts should work in harmony to create a “total work of art’’, or Gesamtkunstwerk: graphic works, buildings, furniture, textiles all conformed to the principles of Art Nouveau.

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The human face is characterized by a specific expressiveness and is thus an important part of composition. To be able to draw it correctly requires considerable prior knowledge. One must understand the art of measuring, the rules of perspective, and the

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intricacies of drawing simple forms. The capturing and re-creation of character attributes are special challenges requiring knowledge and use of the rules. András Szunyoghy’s decades of experience as an artist and teacher predestine him for the compilation of a ground-laying system of rules for the learning of this art. This book provides comprehensive assistance not only to beginners but also to advanced artists.

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V IE NN A ART AN D ARCH ITECTU R E ED ITED BY ROLF TOM A N A N D BY ACHI M BE D N OR Z AN D G ERALD ZUGMAN N At the mention of Vienna, many visitors think of Sachertorte, romantic open carriage trips and an evening in one of the local wine taverns. But the old imperial city has much more to offer: this book presents a comprehensive, richly illustrated view of the art treasures to be found in the Danube metropolis. The main focus is on the Baroque era with its magnificent church buildings and palaces including the Hofburg, Schönbrunn and Belvedere; revivalism with its architectural highlights on the new Ringstrasse; and Viennese art nouveau including artists Gustav Klimt and Oskar Kokoschka, the Wiener Werkstätte and the Sezession. Insightful essays on the beginnings of the history of art in Vienna and on the state of contemporary Viennese art round off the book.

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ETEL ADNAN

PHILIP TAAFFE

BY KA E LE N WI LSO N - GO L D I E

BY JO H N YAU

Lee Miller (1907–1977) attracts enduring

Etel Adnan (b.1925) is a Lebanese-

Presents a comprehensive view of

fascination – a female pioneer who is

American poet, essayist and visual

the work of American painter Philip

often presented as a singular figure.

artist. This will be the first book to

Taaffe (b.1955), who has expanded the

However, she was also integrated

present a full account of Adnan’s

parameters of painting through his use

within a creative network of artists

fascinating life and work, using the

of silkscreen, linocuts, collage, stencils,

that helped change the course of

drama of her biography, the complexity

gouache, chine-collé, marbling, acrylic,

art history in the twentieth century.

of her identity, and the cosmopolitan

enamel, watercolour, and gold leaf.

Presenting for the first time Lee Miller’s

nature of her experience to illuminate

John Yau’s insightful text is the first

photographs of, and collaborations

the many layers and dimensions of

to look at every part of Taaffe’s artistic

with, important Surrealist artists

her paintings and their progress over

development, from the works he made

working in Britain. Essential for all

several crucial decades. Tackling the

at Cooper Union, while a student of

students and enthusiasts, this book

complexities of her subject with skill

Hans Haacke, to the present. It pays

reveals the social and cultural networks

and insight, Kaelen Wilson-Goldie

special attention to Taaffe’s acquisition

in which she was embedded, offering

unpacks Adnan’s multi-layered career

of different techniques, as well as

a holistic view of her work and the life

to capture the full scope of her

investigating his various sources of

of the Surrealist movement in Britain.

artistic endeavours and impressive

inspiration.

achievements.

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ER I C RAV IL IO U S SC RA PB O O KS BY PEYTON SKIPWITH AND BRIAN WEBB H

Ravilious’ scrapbooks represent a conscious accumulation of reference material, revealing his interest in subjects as diverse as tennis, cricket, fireworks and aeronautics, alongside a multitude of sketches, tracings and proofs of engravings. Ravilious’ scrapbooks document the considered progression of an inquisitive mind, grasping his chosen subjects in a unique and delicate visual language. Bringing together over 170 images taken from the artist’s 5 scrapbooks, accompanied by instructive commentary by the

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authors, this new book provides a fascinating record of the febrile imagination of one of Britain’s best-loved artists.

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NEW MUSEUM PRACTICE IN ASIA EDITED BY CAROLINE LANG AND JOHN REEVE

There is currently an explosion of museum and heritage activity across Asia, especially in China, where audience development and public education have been made a government priority area for museums. This practical handbook examines and critiques these developments and asks how best practice can match the specific needs of diverse Asian cultures and societies. Bringing together a range of regional examples of innovative practice and new initiatives, the book covers shared themes and challenges in museums, galleries, outreach/community projects and heritage sites across Asia. It covers everything from policy, governance, funding, recruitment and training, through audience development and inclusion, to education and exhibitions, and using media and performance. Other topics include collaborations and partnerships, volunteering, marketing, social media, evaluation and income generation.

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PLUNDERING BEAUTY

BY RAFAEL SCHACTER

A HI STORY O F ART C R I ME D U R I N G WAR BY A RTHU R TO MP K I N S

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THE GLOBAL SPECTACULAR CO N T E MP O RARY MUS E UM ARC H I T ECT UR E I N C H I N A AN D T H E ARAB I AN P E N I N SULA BY KAR E N E X E L L

For fifty years, graffiti and street art

The roll-call of mankind’s wars down

Providing, for the first time, a visual

have been challenging conventions

the centuries is paralleled by an equally

documentation of the development

and stimulating debate around our

extensive catalogue of the theft,

of these museums, the book offers

perceptions of what constitutes art. As

destruction, plundering, displacement

a sustained architectural critique of

the genre enters its sixth decade, this

and concealing of some of the greatest

the style of architecture that these

ground-breaking book presents a new

works of art. Plundering Beauty: A

museums represent. By setting out the

interpretation of where street art and

History of Art Crime During War charts

social, cultural, political and economic

graffiti are situated today. Introducing

the crucial milestones of art crimes

context for the current developments

the concept of ‘Intermural Art’ – art

spanning two thousand years. The

in these emerging economies, and

inbetween the walls – Rafael Schacter

works of art involved have fascinating

briefly covering the history of museum

presents a genre at a key moment of

stories to tell, as civilization moves

architecture, the book examines

transition. Through forty profiles of

from a simple and brutal ‘winner

the reasons for the investment in

the leading proponents of this new

takes it all’ attitude to the spoils of

spectacular museums and the global

approach from around the globe,

war, to contemporary understanding,

architectural aesthetic and what the

Rafael Schacter presents a compelling

and commitment to, the idea that a

future holds for these buildings as

analysis for ‘Intermural Art’ while also

society’s artistic heritage truly belongs

institutions and in terms of social,

showcasing some of the boldest work

to all humankind.

cultural and architectural impact.

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BEAUTIFUL MOVES

NEW ART, NEW MARKETS

GOLD COAST

DESIGNING STADIA

BY IA IN ROBE RT SO N

CITY AND ARCHITECTURE

BY BENJAMIN FLOWER S

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This book turns to the architecture of

Originally published in 2011, Iain

Beautifully illustrated throughout, this

the stadium as an architectural type

Robertson’s A New Art from Emerging

book offers the first comprehensive

as captivating as the play occurring

Markets introduced and examined

history of the city and its architecture,

on the pitch. In the past 30 years a

three types of emerging markets for

documenting its rise from a series of

number of stadium projects have been

contemporary art: the very recently

seaside villages in the late nineteenth

completed that challenge perceived

established, the maturing and the

and early twentieth centuries to the

notions about this building type as a

mature. This fully revised second

present-day city, set to host the 2018

site for architectural innovation and

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time a canon for this building type.

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the Gold Coast has been peopled, it

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KYFFIN WILLIAMS

PAUL FEILER

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BY R I A N E VAN S AN D WI T H PHOTOGRAP H S BY N I C H O LAS S I N CLA IR

BY MI C H AE L RAE B UR N

Alison Wilding RA (b.1948) is one of

In Kyffin Williams’ centenary year, this

The paintings of Paul Feiler (1918-

Britain’s foremost sculptors. Tracing

monograph examines the life and art

2013), the focus of this first survey

the trajectory of her artistic evolution,

of a man who, as a Royal Academician,

of the artist’s life and career, were

this original publication provides

achieved both professional success

inspired by the English landscape,

the first critical survey of Wilding’s

and a remarkable popular appeal. A

particularly the cliffs and inlets of the

rich career. Known for her use of

conservative estimate suggests that

coast of south-west Cornwall. Based

contrasting materials and often pairing

he produced some 6,500 paintings

on full access to the artist’s archive of

forms in precarious juxtapositions

in a career which spanned some

letters, catalogues and photographs,

and balancing acts, recent works

six decades. Including discussion of

Michael Raeburn describes how

combine string, steel and hair, mirrored

his fine collection of portraits, this

Feiler overcame many painful early

glass, silicone rubber, alabaster,

publication provides an in-depth

experiences to achieve the meditative

sand and painted foam. Drawing on

overview of Williams’ career and

serenity of his deeply spiritual work.

extensive interviews with the artist

probes areas of inspiration which have

For all those interested in the history

and referencing numerous secondary

been inadequately explored to date.

of modern British painting, this is a

sources, this impeccably researched

Featuring some of the finest examples

much-needed resource.

and beautifully produced publication

of his impressive oeuvre, this book is

will situate Wilding’s work within its

an essential addition to the libraries

rightful place in the history of modern

of all those who appreciate his work.

abstract sculpture.

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ENID MARX

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This is the first monograph on the

This book is the first full-length

Newly published in a paperback

work of Enid Marx (1902–1998), a

study into the multifarious influence

edition of the 2015 New Edition,

leading artist, designer, collector and

of Renaissance prints on maiolica

photographer Sarah Quill has selected

writer, who played an important role

and bronze. Focusing on designs

passages from Ruskin’s The Stones

in British cultural life in the second

by major artists such as Andrea

of Venice and has linked them to

half of the twentieth century. Her

Mantegna, Antonio del Pollaiuolo,

her own photographs of Venetian

design work, much of it anonymous,

Raphael, Michelangelo, Parmigianino,

architecture. This edition incorporates

including wartime utility fabrics, book

and Albrecht Dürer, the book tells

u p - to - d ate v i ews o f b u i l d i n g s ,

illustration and cover patterns, tube

the story of how printed images

several of Ruskin’s watercolours, with

train seat fabric and postage stamps,

were transmitted, transformed, and

extracts and reproductions from his

was, in its time, ubiquitous in British

translated onto ceramics and small

Venetian notebooks. Expert editorial

public life. Drawing on a wealth of

bronze reliefs, creating a shared

annotations and commentary enhance

research and thoroughly illustrated

visual canon across artistic media

our understanding of Ruskin’s text.

with high-quality reproductions –

and geographical boundaries. Sharing

Completely redesigned to be even

many previously unpublished – Alan

Images provides a comprehensive

more user-friendly as both a reference

Powers’ account reveals an artist

introduction to different aspects of the

book and a guide for travellers to

whose work was perfectly poised at

importance of illustrated books and the

Venice, it’s a unique companion guide

the intersection of traditional craft and

artistic exchanges between Italy and

for both seasoned and first-time

abstract modernity.

northern Europe.

travellers.

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MARY NEWCOMB

ART AND LIFE IN 20 TH C E N TU RY B RITAIN

QU IE T A RC H I T ECT UR E

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Studio Voices explores the multi-

Rabih Hage defines his work in terms

This beautiful new book, compiled by

layered experiences of modern and

of a ‘quiet architecture’, a philosophy

the artist’s daughter and grandson,

contemporary British artists in their

which focuses upon the creative re-use

reveals Mary Newcomb as an acute

own words, drawing on the author’s

and adaptation of existing buildings,

o b s e r ve r o f h e r s u r ro u n d i n g s ,

original research in the Artists’ Lives

recognising the importance of both

reproducing her copious sketches

audio archive at the British Library.

sustainability and character within

alongside more finished paintings and

Michael Bird’s fascinating oral history

this ethos. Ranging from London

short diary extracts to draw out the

of the lives and working practices of

townhouses to escapist farmhouses,

many themes which preoccupied her

artists over the last century, extracted

this book provides a comprehensive

throughout her career as an artist.

from the huge and growing archive

s u r ve y o f t h e a t e l i e r ’ s wo r k .

Mary’s daughter Tessa Newcomb,

of artists’ interviews recorded since

Beautifully illustrated throughout with

also an artist, introduces the key

1990, allows us to eavesdrop on

photographs, drawings and sketches,

themes of the book with short texts

artists’ life-story conversations, which

Hage discusses his process and the

which provide fascinating insight

range through creative practice and

development of each of the projects

into her mother’s world. A reflective

professional achievements, childhood

with author Dominic Bradbury.

introductory essay by art critic William

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Packer considers Mary Newcomb’s

and unexpected, incidental epiphanies

written diary observations alongside

of self-awareness.

the poetic language of her art.

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L I F E AN D PAI N T I N G BY ME L GO O D I N G AN D LUCY I N G L I S This is the first monograph on the Scottish-born artist Elsa Vaudrey (1905–1990), whose 60-year career began in the 1920s when she was a student at the Glasgow School of Art. Perhaps best known for her atmospheric abstract paintings, which she executed from the late 1950s onwards, she also produced a large body of figurative work, mainly still lifes and landscapes, most of which have never before been seen. Lavishly illustrated with previously unpublished personal photographs and paintings, the book considers for the first time both her earlier figurative and later abstract works. Much of the book was informed by the artist’s own papers, collected together in the Elsa Vaudrey archive, which chart key moments in

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WI LL I AM COLDSTR E A M CATALOGUE RAISON N É BY PETER T. J. RUMLE Y William Coldstream became one of the significant twentieth century cultural icons, who influenced generations of art students. This publication is the first complete catalogue raisonné and first comprehensive essay to critically scrutinize Coldstream’s entire output, his singular painting method and to clarify his empiricist approach to objective realism, which hitherto has been largely misunderstood by art historians and critics. Each painting is chronologically described in full and accompanied by supportive text to place Coldstream’s figurative painting within a cultural context.

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ROBIN PHILIPSON BY ELIZABETH CUMMING

BATH: PAINTINGS BY PETER BROWN

Published to coincide with a major

In the third quarter of the twentieth

Peter Brown is a unique artist and a

retrospective of Albert Irvin’s (1922–

century Sir Robin Philipson (1916–92)

familiar figure on the pavements of

2015) work at the RWA, Bristol, this

ranked as one of the best known and

Bath where he paints cityscapes from

book discusses the artist’s career

prolific artists of what became known

life, earning him the nickname ‘Pete the

from the early 1950s up until his death

as the Edinburgh School. He spent his

Street’. This book chronicles his work

in 2015. It also includes a sixtieth-

working life as an art school teacher,

over two decades of painting the city

anniversary celebration of the Tate’s

heading the Drawing and Painting

that inspired him to return to painting.

seminal exhibition, ‘The New American

School at Edinburgh College of Art

Over 130 of Peter’s oil paintings and

Painting’; this show was an epiphany for

for over twenty years, and he served

charcoal drawings are included in

Irvin and his development as an artist,

as Secretary, then as President, of the

colour, accompanied by his anecdotes

redefining what was possible for a

Royal Scottish Academy. This new

and experiences of painting in amongst

generation of significant British artists,

study discusses his double commitment

the public on Bath’s streets and hills.

as they began to question existing

to traditional teaching practice and to

A companion to his book of London

European models, and challenge ideas

the wider encouragement of art across

paintings, this coffee table book is the

relating to scale, gesture, meaning and

society.

perfect gift for Bathonians, tourists and

materiality of paint.

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J OH N E DGAR PL ATT M ASTER OF TH E CO LOU R WOOD BLOC K BY H ILARY CH APMA N John Edgar Platt was one of the leading lights of 1920s and 1930s printmaking. This is the first book to consider his place in British 20th century printmaking and investigate the influence of Japanese woodblock printing on the output of Platt and his contemporaries. It features colour illustrations of all his printed work and two essays by print expert Hilary Chapman. A master of the colour woodblock print in the Japanese style, Platt combined eastern technique with a western design sensibility. The fusion of traditional European subject matter with the Japanese woodblock method enabled Platt to create some of the most original images in British printmaking.

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EDWIN G. LUCAS

CLIVE MCCARTNEY

SEVEN DECADES OF PAINTING

A N IN D I V ID UAL E YE

PASS P O RT TO PAI N T

BY HE LE N E . SCOT T AN D A LA N LU CAS

BY C L I VE MCCART N E Y

Spanning seven decades, this is the

This is the first publication to focus on

This is the first monograph devoted to

first published work on the paintings

the life and career of Edwin G. Lucas

the work of the artist Clive McCartney.

of English artist Alfred Stockham.

(1911–1990), one of the most unique

It offers a review of his 30-year career

Whilst admired, collected and loved

Scottish painters of the 20th century.

and traces his artistic journey, from

by generations his passionate works

Born and educated in Edinburgh, he

his early wanderings through Egypt

are not so widely-known to the British

was largely self-taught as an artist,

and Sudan, Morocco and India, to

public. A master of colour, his oil

exhibiting regularly at the Royal

the European capitals of Paris, Berlin,

paints glow like gold, the colours

Scottish Academy and Society of

Rome and London, and finally his

responding to one another in dynamic

Scottish Artists. It accompanies a major

arrival in America. The book discusses

relationships. Reducing his abstract or

retrospective exhibition to be held

the working processes involved in

figurative forms to merest suggestion,

at the City Art Centre in Edinburgh

‘series’ painting, in which works evolve

blocks of many-layered colour, his

during 2018-2019, drawing on material

into large-scale projects. With over

simple yet perfect compositions sing

from the artist’s estate, and is lavishly

150 illustrations, McCartney shows

with a kind of narrative tension.

illustrated.

the diversity of subjects he covers – still life, life drawing, landscapes, cityscapes, architecture, interiors, nocturnes and abstraction.

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This book explores the phenomenon of the ‘artist couple’ in Modern British Art, focusing on the lives and careers of nine pairs of artists and designers – Tirzah Garwood and Eric Ravilious; Rose and Roger Hilton; Laura and Harold Knight; Dod and Ernest Procter; Vanessa Bell and Duncan Grant; Ben Nicholson and Barbara Hepworth; the Two Roberts (Colquhoun and McBryde); Phyllis Barron and Dorothy Larcher; and Mary Fedden and Julian Trevelyan. It offers glimpses into the private world of artist couples and their families, and explores the influence these artists had not only on each other’s work but also on the art world more generally. Designed to challenge assumptions and inspire debate, this book will change people’s perceptions of twentieth-century British art.

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This is a long overdue

first dedicated study

monograph dedicated

of the fascinating

to the life and work of

transformation of a

Edward Stott, A.R.A. It

private home into an art

not only examines his

college into an essential

life and a comprehensive

facet of Scottish art

assessment of his

education that proved

work, but it also seeks

a highly significant force

to reinsert him into

in Scottish art. Featuring

the history of British

unpublished archival

landscape painting and

material alongside paintings, drawings and prints from

to place him alongside some of his contemporaries who

public and private collections.

have received more art historical recognition.

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Artist Rosemary Beaton

was

shot to fame in 1984

a

s i g n i fi c a n t

pioneering

British

whilst still a student at

modernist stained glass

the Glasgow School of

artist in the 1950s and

Art when, at the age of

1960s. This is the first

20, she won the National

monograph devoted to

Portrait

his work.

coveted annual Portrait

Gallery’s

Award. Not only was Beaton the first Scottish recipient of the prestigious UK award she was also the youngest.

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MAMAN

LIFE DEATH & REVELRY

V U I LLA R D A N D MADAME V U I LLA R D

THE FARNESE SARCOPHAGUS EDITED BY CHRISTINA NIELSEN

BY F RA N CE SCA B E R RY & MAT H I AS CHI VOT

Accompanying an exhibition at the

Marking 150 years since the artist’s

In terms of antiquarian fame, the

Morgan Library & Museum, New

birth, this catalogue accompanies the

Farnese Sarcophagus – a large,

York, and the National Gallery of Art,

first exhibition dedicated exclusively

rectangular coffin of Pentelic marble,

Washington, D.C., this substantial

to Édouard Vuillard’s portrayal of

exported from Athens to the area of

monograph offers a full overview of the

his mother, Madame Marie-Justine-

Rome in the late Severan period – may

drawings of Jacopo Tintoretto, one of

Alexandrine Michaud Vuillard. Few

be the most important work of art in

the most celebrated artists of the Italian

other artistic practices have so

the Gardner collection, and perhaps

Renaissance. Drawing in Tintoretto’s

consistently featured the artist’s

of its type in America. Life Death &

Venice is a comprehensive account of

mother as motif, whether that is in

Revelry will offer a multi-disciplinary,

Tintoretto’s work as a draughtsman and

paintings that approximate to the

multi-era look at this important

also includes discussion of drawings by

conventions of portraiture, those that

monument. Published to accompany

his closest Venetian contemporaries.

represent her professional life as the

an exhibition at the Isabella Stewart

chef-patronne of a corsetry atelier or

Gardner Museum, Boston, it will bring

the numerous paintings of everyday

together archaeological analyses of

domesticity that subsume the figure

the piece and its previous restorations,

of Madame Vuillard into a generically

and numerous Renaissance prints and

maternal role. It is no coincidence that

drawings depicting the sarcophagus

in 1920 Vuillard declared ‘Ma Maman,

during its time in Rome.

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AUG USTU S JOHN DRAWN FROM L I F E BY DAVID BOYD HAYCOCK Published to coincide with exhibitions at Poole Museum in Dorset in the summer of 2018 and at Salisbury Museum in Wiltshire in the summer of 2019. Augustus John (1878–1961) in the first decades of the twentieth century was widely considered to be one of the greatest living British artists, famous almost as much for his extraordinary Bohemian lifestyle as for his outstanding portraits, etchings and drawings. Augustus John: Drawn from Life re-examines the life and work of this significant but increasingly overlooked British artist, offering new insights into his life and development as an artist from the late 1890s to the outbreak of the Second World War.

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THE THING OF MINE I HAVE LOVED THE BEST MEANINGFUL JEWELS

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accompanies

This book concerns objects that were

This catalogue will be published to

a transhistorical exhibition at the

“meaningful” jewels, a term we choose

accompany the first ever exhibition

Courtauld Gallery, London, of drawings

to designate a wide range of precious

of Golden Age Dutch pictures in the

devoted to the subject of the artist at

wearable objects that had particular

collection of the National Trust, which

work. Drawn principally from a very

meaning. Cynthia Hahn, internationally

will be shown at the Mauritshuis in

fine specialist private collection, it

known for her explorative ground-

The Hague, the Holburne Museum in

focuses on the depictions of artists’

breaking studies of the reliquary arts,

Bath and at Petworth House in West

studios, their own portraits, models

has written the stimulating essays and

Sussex (2018–19). Celebrating the

and assistants in symbolic, as well as

accompanying entries in the body of

enduring British taste for collecting

from life, representations of the métier

the book. Beatriz Chadour-Sampson

Dutch paintings from the long

of drawing, painting and sculpture. This

has contributed a scholarly catalogue

seventeenth century, it will feature

focused exhibition, spanning from the

that authenticates, describes, and

portraits, still lifes, religious pictures,

16th to the 20th centuries, proposes

situates each object. Together the

maritime paintings, landscapes, genre

to explore this rich subject matter

essays, entries, and catalogue create a

paintings and history pictures, painted

through a carefully selected group of

context that helps us see this jewellery

by celebrated as well as less well-

graphic works.

in a new way and adds new research

known artists.

THE COURTAULD GALLERY

that establishes the historical and

This

catalogue

PAUL HOLBERTON PUBLISHING

ARTISTS AT WORK

artistic importance of a relatively littlestudied group of “meaningful jewels.” LES ENLUMINURES

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PA U L H O L B E RTO N P U B L I S H I N G

THOMAS GAINSBOROUGH

PATRON SAINTS

FRA ANGELICO

COLLECTING STANLEY SPENCER

H E AVE N O N E ART H

BY AMANDA BRADLEY

BY N AT H AN I E L S I LV E R

a

This is a revealing new exhibition at

Accompanying the exhibition at the

draughtsman of rare talent and

the renowned Stanley Spencer Gallery

Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum,

creativity, and his experiments in

in Cookham – Spencer’s spiritual home

Boston, this catalogue explores one

drawing inspired an entire generation

and major source of inspiration. The

of the most important artists of the

of British artists. Gainsborough

exhibition draws together a spectacular

Renaissance. Fra Angelico’s (c. 1395–

devoted much of his time to his true

collection of loans, and one work not

1455) altarpieces and frescoes set new

passion, the depiction of landscapes,

seen in the public domain in over 50

standards for quality and ingenuity,

and more than 600 of the artist’s

years. Spencer was a single-minded

contributing to his unparalleled fame

approximately 800 surviving drawings

genius, but the influence of his patrons

on the Italian peninsula. Assembled at

depict the British countryside. The

on his painting is far greater than has

the Gardner with exceptional examples

exhibition is based on drawings in the

hitherto been realised. It explores the

of Angelico’s narrative paintings from

permanent collection of the Morgan

emergence of Spencer as an artistic

collections in Europe and the United

Library & Museum, one of the richest

personality, looking at those who

States, this exhibition explores his

holdings of Gainsborough drawing in

helped him and why he – and his

celebrated talents as a storyteller and

the United States. Additional drawings

popularity – was a product of the

the artistic contributions that shaped

from private and public collections, are

zeitgeist characterised by social and

a new ideal of painting in Florence.

included in the introductory essay of

economic anxiety.

EXPERIMENT S IN DRAWING BY MARCO SIMONE BOLZONI

Gainsborough

was

indeed

the catalogue.

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Considers

collective

Accompanies an exhibition at The

different roles played by drawings

s i g n i fi c a n ce o f t h e E n g l i s h

Courtauld Gallery, which is the first

in the oeuvres of Rubens, Van

county to the life and work of

dedicated to the graphic oeuvre of

Dyck, and Jordaens.

the celebrated artist and writer.

Antoine Caron (1521–1599).

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the

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Examines the extraordinary

Lavishly illustrated catalogue

36 manuscripts offer an authentic

life of Charles Townley and his

accompanies a major exhibition

vision of people in medieval France,

remarkable collection of over 150

timed to coincide with the 150th

Italy, Germany, the Low Countries,

Roman marble statues.

anniversary of the artist’s birth.

and Britain.

THE MUSEUM BY THE PARK: 14 QUEEN ANNE’S GATE

KÄTHE KOLLWITZ IN DRESDEN

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PAUL HOLBERTON PUBLISHING

Demonstrates the crucial but very

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SAM FOGG OF EARTH AND HEAVEN ART FROM TH E MID D LE AGE S BY MATTH EW REE V E S

THE RHYTHM OF THE PEN AND THE ART OF THE BOOK ISLA M IC CAL L I G RAP H Y F RO M T H E 13TH TO TH E 1 9 T H C E N T URY BY ANDREW BUTLER-WHEELHOUSE

THINKERS OF THE ISLAMIC WORLD A JO UR N E Y T H RO UG H K E Y SC I E N T I F I C AN D L I T E RARY T E XT S BY ANDREW BUTLER-WHEELHOUSE

This publication brings together 27

This lavishly illustrated volume takes

This catalogue contains rare examples

objects that were made in Europe during

the reader through a journey of

of lavishly produced scientific and

the Middle Ages. They represent some

some six centuries of development

medical manuscripts that are testament

of the finest examples of sculpture,

of the refined arts of calligraphy and

to the intellectual vitality of the Middle

metalwork, painting, drawing, and

illumination in the Islamic world. Much

East. It also contains some of the

stained glass still in private hands, and

has been written on the dawn and early

earliest known manuscript copies of

together offer a startling insight into

stages of the development of Arabic

great sufi poets including Mowlana

the period’s rich artistic achievements.

script and the position of calligraphy as

Jalal al-Din Rumi and Sa’di known for

an art form within Islamic civilization.

their insights into human nature. The

This catalogue seeks to follow this

catalogue also contains an archive of

story further into the golden age of

early texts written on papyrus and

Islamic calligraphy and its appreciation

paper spanning the 9th through to

and patronage as the chief form of

the 13th century, illuminating daily

artistic expression from Islamic Spain

life in Egypt. This is a unique insight

to China.

into the very first effective European discovery of Islamic thought right at the beginning of the colonial era and includes some exceptional manuscripts and documents.

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AD ILISSUM

ON PORTRAITURE

LAPIS AND GOLD

DO TIRAR PELO NATURAL

E XPLOR I N G CHE ST E R B E AT TY’ S RUZ BIHA N QU R’AN

BY FRANCISCO DE HOLANDA

PORTRAIT MINIATURES IN THE FRITS LUGT COLLECTION

BY E LA I N E W R IG H T

BY KAR E N SC H AF F E R SB O D E N H AUS E N

Published to commemorate the 500th

The book follows the order in which

Frits Lugt (1884–1970) had a passion

anniversary of the birth of celebrated

work on the manuscript would

for miniatures that began early on

Portuguese Renaissance court painter,

have progressed, beginning with an

in his life. He demonstrated it in the

architect and essayist Francisco de

examination of Ruzbihan’s calligraphy,

small but ardent Le portrait-miniature

Holanda, On Portraiture brings back

the various scripts he used to copy

of 1917, the year in which he bought

into circulation the earliest ever treatise

the text and the problems he faced.

the first portrait miniature for his

dedicated to portraiture. This is the

Although the manuscript’s renown has

collection. Since then it has been

first published English translation. An

traditionally rested with the name of

constantly enriched, and now numbers

English translation of Holanda’s portrait

its calligrapher, it is equally the quality,

more than 100 works by artists from

treatise and a transcription of the

extent, diversity and complexity of its

Great Britain and Europe, covering

Portuguese original is included, with

superb decorative programme that

the period from the sixteenth to the

commentaries and essays regarding

sets the manuscript apart from most

nineteenth centuries. Thanks to the

Holanda’s output as portraitist and

other 16th-century Persian Qur’ans.

expertise of specialist Karen Schaffers-

theorist at the Lisbon court until his

As was increasingly revealed as

Bodenhausen, we now have this first

death in 1585.

study of the manuscript progressed,

catalogue of the portrait miniatures

Chester Beatty’s Ruzbihan Qur’an is an

in the Frits Lugt Collection, Fondation

intriguing and very special manuscript.

Custodia, Paris.

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AD ILISSUM

This book examines

Th i s b o o k ex p l a i n s

Bastianini’s

how

total

Giorgione’s

oeuvre, exploring the

famous picture shows

differences between his

the shepherd Hesiod

pseudo-Renaissance

undergoing his famous

and his contemporary

vision in which the

‘period’ style.

Muses told him of his poetic mission.

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HESIOD’S THEOGONY AS SOURCE OF THE ICONOLOGICAL PROGRAM OF GIORGIONE’S “TEMPESTA”: THE POET, AMALTHEA, THE INFANT ZEUS AND THE MUSES M A RCH 20 1 8 978 88 22264 0 8 4 HA RDBACK , 21 0 X 1 50 MM 1 0 6 PAG E S £ 25. 0 0

This book fills in the

This profusely illustrated

gaps of our knowledge

book with meticulous

of Venetian art of the

re s e a rc h g i ve s t h e

late sixteenth and early

reader the opportunity

seventeenth century

to see the collection of

which is comparatively

Eva and Konrad Seitz in

little explored.

its entirety.

Text in Italian.

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PAI N T I N GS O F P R I VAT E ME MB E R S C LUBS BY AN N A F R E E MAN B E N T L E Y, IN T RO D UCT I O N BY JO H N S I LV I S , E SSAY BY JAN E N E AL AN D FO R E WO R D BY RO B E RTA AH MAN SO N In this publication, British artist Anna Freeman Bentley presents a series of new paintings and works on paper documenting her journey into the exclusive realm of private members clubs. Freeman Bentley uses the photographs she takes of these interior and exterior spaces out of hours as the starting point for unpeopled drawings, collages and painted sketches. Exclusive has been copublished by Pinatubo Press, Inc., and Anomie Publishing, and released to coincide with an exhibition of the same name at the Ahmanson Gallery, Irvine, California, in spring 2018. This publication

ANOMIE PUBLISHING

ANNA F R EEM A N B E NT L E Y – E XC L U S IV E

showcases images of approximately twenty paintings and as many works on paper, alongside a foreword from collector and patron Roberta Ahmanson, an introduction by the exhibition curator John

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Silvis, and a specially commissioned essay from critic Jane Neal.

J U STI N MORTIMER – HOAX BY JUSTIN MORTIME R , E SSAY BY F R E YA COOPE R K I D D I E AND EDITED BY MATT PR I CE Published to coincide with a solo presentation of the new Hoax Suite by British painter Justin Mortimer at The Armory Show in New York in spring 2018 with London-based gallery Parafin, the publication presents the thirty works that comprise this exceptional series of paintings. Alongside new photography of all the paintings, the book features a specially commissioned essay by London-based writer Freya Cooper Kiddie. Justin Mortimer graduated from the Slade School of Art in 1992 and lives and works in London. His work is in collections including the National Portrait Gallery, London, the Royal Society for the Arts, Bank of America, NatWest Bank and the Flash Art Museum of Contemporary Art in Trevi, Italy.

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GEORGE F. THOMPSON

ACROSS THE THRESHOLD OF INDIA

JOHN RAIMONDI D RAW I N G TO SCUL PT UR E

ART, WOMEN AND CU LTU R E

SIN SOMBRAS / WITHOUT SHADOWS A S E ARC H FO R T H E ME AN I N G OF LIFE, IF THERE IS ONE, IN T H E CAL I FO R N I A D E S E RT I N P H OTO G RAP H S AN D STO R I E S

BY MARTH A A. ST RAW N

BY JAME S BAR B E E An important and strikingly beautiful

J o h n R a i m o n d i ( b. 1 9 4 8 ) i s a

Barbee’s attempt, in photographs and

book about the sacred Hindu practice

contemporary American artist whose

stories, to relive the California Desert: a

of threshold drawing. In the Hindu

more than 100 monumental works of

landscape where there are no shadows

world-view, threshold is a profoundly

outdoor sculpture have earned him

(sin sombras), no shade, no place to

important concept that represents a

international distinction and acclaim.

hide or find relief. The photographs

passage between one space and place

This is a seminal book that presents

were taken largely between El Centro

and another, creating a visual bridge

not only an unprecedented number of

and Barstow, California, including the

between the secular and the sacred. By

Raimondi’s sculptures and drawings,

famous Salton Sea. The accompanying

presenting the most recent scholarship

but also a sense of his ever-evolving

stories walk the boundary between

on the history and art of the threshold

career and creative approach to

fact and fiction and are offered as

drawings and combining that engaging

making unforgettable art. The book

reflections on themes inspired by the

tale with her wonderful fine-art and

also complements a forty-five-year

pictures: awe, mystery, longing, death,

documentary photographs, Martha

retrospective of Raimondi’s work at the

mistakes, and the power of chance in

Strawn has given the world a unique

Boca Raton Museum of Art.

our lives. Sin Sombras is a unique work

and enduring gift.

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of artistic and spiritual exploration.

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W EST ERN LAN DMARKS

BREAK BOUNDARY

LOST IN VIETNAM

PLAC E S R E A L AN D I MAG I N E D

BY C H UC K FO R S MAN

BY J E N E E M ATE E R

BY ST EV E FITCH

Steve Fitch is among America’s

“Break Boundary” refers to the

Chuck Forsman is one of a sizable

most well-known chroniclers of the

transformative point at which any

number of aging Vietnam vets

American West since the days of Easy

system suddenly and irrevocably

who have found deep satisfaction

Rider. He has been photographing

changes from its original state into

in revisiting Vietnam, supporting

examples of the West’s changing

something new. Coined by Kenneth

charities, orphanages, and clinics,

vernacular landscape and vanishing

E. Boulding in 1963, the term serves

doing volunteer work and more—

roadside landmarks for more than

as the underlying metaphor for the

anything to redeem what the U.S.

40 years. In this fascinating and

photographs of Jenee Mateer. Break

military did there. He is also a renowned

comprehensive account, we are able

Boundary features 34 of Mateer’s

painter and photographer who depicts

to join in Fitch’s expansive journey,

waterscapes and also includes her

places and environments in ways

truly an odyssey, as represented in the

opening essay about the work and

that become unforgettable visual

book’s 120 unforgettable photographs,

two poems by the artist, The World Is

experiences for the contemporary

all sequenced to mimic the open road—

Water and The Sky Is Lemonlime, that

viewer. His visual journey of one such

both during day and night.

separate the first series of images from

veteran’s twofold quest: the one for

the second series and offer a deeper

redemption and understanding, and

look into the artist’s thoughts about

the other to make art. The renowned

the work.

Le Ly Hayslip introduces the book and

GEORGE F. THOMPSON

VANISHING VERNACULAR

sets the table for Forsman’s incredible sojourn.

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PIANO NOBILE

FRO M OMEGA TO CHA R LE STO N TH E ART OF VAN E SSA BE LL A N D D U N CA N GRA N T 1 9 1 0 - 1 93 4 BY RICH ARD SHON E , HA N A LE A PE R , F RA N C E S S PAL D I N G AN D DARREN CLA R K E First published to accompany the exhibition From Omega to Charleston: The Art of Vanessa Bell and Duncan Grant, 1910-1934, this fully illustrated publication explores the life and works of two of the most innovative and influential British artists of the twentieth century. With a substantial essay and catalogue entries by Richard Shone (author of Bloomsbury Portraits, 1993 and curator of The Art of Bloomsbury, Tate, 1999), the catalogue explores the unique creative relationship shared by Bell (1879-1961) and Grant (1885-1978). The catalogue also has introductions from both Frances Spalding (Biographer of Bell and Grant) and Darren Clarke (Rausing Head of Collections, Research and Exhibitions at the Charleston Trust).

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B O M B E RG /M A RR S P I R I T S I N T H E MASS

Published to accompany the exhibition at Piano Nobile that concentrates on the years after the Second World War when Bomberg became an influential teacher at the Borough Polytechnic, this fully illustrated catalogue will be the first examination of the personal and creative bonds uniting these two pioneers of modern British painting. Presenting a discerning selection of major works, the catalogue will place Marr, for the first time, in his rightful place as not just a pupil of Bomberg’s but a peer. Through these rarely exhibited landscapes, self-portraits, and still lifes from private collections and

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Marr’s personal collection, this catalogue aims to achieve a fuller appreciation of both artists.


PIANO NOBILE

THE NOBILE INDEX SERIES

WILLIAM CROZIER

JOHN GOLDING

THE E D GE OF TH E LAN DSCAP E

P UR E CO LO UR S E N SAT I O N

BY R IA N N COU LT E R , KAT H AR I N E CROUA N , SA RA H G L E N N I E , MAR K HU DSON A N D E N R I Q UE JUN COSA

BY DAVI D AN FAM

A series of monographic publications

First published to accompany major

First published to accompany the

of art sales prices achieved at auctions

retrospective exhibitions at West Cork

exhibition, John Golding: Pure Colour

from 1990 to the time of the study, for

Arts Centre and the Irish Museum of

Sensation at Piano Nobile gallery,

a selection of leading 20th-century

Modern Art (IMMA), this full-colour

this fully colour illustrated catalogue

British artists – Walter Sickert, David

illustrated monograph explores William

showcases fifteen years of exceptional

Bomberg, L.S. Lowry, Stanley Spencer,

Crozier’s whole career, taking in the

paintings by John Golding. His work

Francis Bacon and Lucien Freud.

second half of the twentieth century

features in prominent institutions

They involve the collaboration of

– a key period in the development of

such as the Tate, MoMA, the Scottish

a commercial art dealership, Piano

British and Irish art. Profoundly affected

National Gallery, the British Council,

Nobile Works of Art, and the University

by post-war existential philosophy,

and the Yale Center for British Art.

of Bristol’s History of Art Department.

Crozier consciously allied himself and

He was appointed a CBE in 1992 and

Although largely from UK sales,

his work with contemporary European

elected a Fellow of the British Academy

international data are also included.

art throughout the 1950s and 1960s.

in 1994. Anfam charts the progression

Graphs and interpretations of these

The catalogue is furnished with essays

of Golding’s vision that culminated in

figures are analysed and significant

presenting brand new research by

the exceptionally accomplished and

trends and buying patterns revealed

renowned art historians and curators,

joyful body of the work produced in

and will be of growing value to private

illuminated by unpublished sources and

the 1970s and 1980s and reproduced

and corporate clients, museums and

personal memoirs.

in this publication.

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IN ASSOCIATION WITH THE U NIVER SITY OF BRISTOL BY LOUISE H UGH ES, R HIAN ADDISON AND SOPHIE HATCHWELL

fine art funds.

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19TH CENTURY COLOUR PALETTES BY PATRICIA RAILIN G

JOSEPH HENDERSON D OY E N OF G LASGOW ART I ST S , 18 32–190 8

ASPECTS OF MODERN BRITISH SCULPTURE T H E P OST WAR G E N E RAT I O N

BY HILA RY C H R I ST I E-JO H N STO N

BY P H I L I P WR I G H T

The English chemist, George Field,

Joseph Henderson’s contribution to the

During the post war years the British

published his Chromatography in 1835,

burgeoning Glasgow art world in the

Council promoted a group of British

a comprehensive collection which

second half of the 19th century and the

sculptors on the prestigious stage of

included many of the new pigments

first years of the 20th was profound.

the Venice Biennale and at subsequent

and, as the century wore on so new

Glasgow became a centre of artistic

touring exhibitions across Europe,

pigments were added to up-dated

activity in the 1860s, due in part to the

North and South America. This was

editions of his book in 1869 and 1885.

establishment of the Royal Glasgow

a pivotal moment in the history of

They were published by the English

Institute of Fine Arts and the artists

20th Century British Art and led to

colour-makers, Winsor & Newton,

who formed the Glasgow Art Club of

widespread international acclaim for

so become a chronicle of a world of

which Henderson was twice president.

the selected artists. This exhibition

new pigments for painters not only in

Among the artists most regularly

catalogue brings together a group of

England but also France and Germany

reviewed in The Glasgow Herald and

important sculptures by these artists,

especially. 19th Century Colour Palettes

The Scotsman was Joseph Henderson

some which were exhibited at the

traces these developments, presenting

whose early works encompassed

Venice Biennales, some borrowed

the pigments in dictionary form in

portraiture and genre painting but

from private collections and not seen

extracts taken from the editions of

who later became renowned for his

publicly for many years.

Field’s Chromatography.

seascapes and extraordinary rendition of the west coast of Scotland.

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S U PE RST RU C T U RE THE MAKING OF THE SAINSBURY CENTRE FOR VISUAL ARTS BY JAN E PAV I T T, AB RAH AM T H O MAS , JO N AT H AN G LAN C E Y AN D N O R MAN FOST E R

In 2018 the Sainsbury Centre for Visual Arts celebrates its 40th anniversary. Opened in 1978, the building was both Sir Norman Foster’s first public commission and a new paradigm in museum design. This publication will be released to coincide with the opening of Superstructures: The New Architecture 1960-1990, a major exhibition that will situate the Sainsbury Centre within its historical context. The book includes essays by Jane Pavitt and Abraham Thomas, curators of the show, and an interview with Sir Norman Foster conducted by Jonathan Glancey. An extensive photo essay will feature a range of unpublished photographs of the building under construction.

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A L AN SO R R ELL T HE MAN WH O CRE ATE D ROM A N BR ITA IN BY JULIA SORRELL A N D M A R K SOR R E LL Alan Sorrell’s archaeological reconstruction drawings and paintings remain some of the best, most accurate and most accomplished paintings of their genre. In this affectionate but objective account, Sorrell’s children, both also artists, present a brief pictorial biography followed by more detailed descriptions of the genesis, research and production of illustrations based largely on family archives and illustrated throughout with Sorrell’s own works. So influential were Sorrell’s images of Roman towns such as London, Colchester, St Albans and Bath, buildings such as the Heathrow temple and the forts of Hadrian’s Wall, that he became known as the man who invented Roman Britain.

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TAN G I BLE W HISPER S , NE G LE CTED ENCOU NTERS H ISTORIES OF E AST-W E ST A RTI STIC D I A LOGU E S 1350–1904 BY MARCO MUSI LLO The relationship between East and West remains a topic of burning timeliness, particularly in its political dimension. This volume offers the reader a rich mosaic of case studies and scholarly research, relating to the mutual approaches between the Euro-American ‘West’, and the Sino-Japanese ‘East’. The book includes a section by art historian Marco Musillo who uses the depictions of Tartars in fourteenth-century Italian frescoes as the starting point of a trajectory leading to eighteenth-century European literature on China, as well as explorations of the screen design of Chinese origin in colonial Mexico, Medieval Christian tombstones in China, and early-modern Filipino sacred sculpture.

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C HINE S E M U S E U M S ST RAT EG I E S AN D P RO MOT I O N O F CO N T E MP O RARY C H I N E S E ART BY O R N E L LA D E N I G R I S Over the last 30 years, the Chinese system of art museums has enjoyed an unprecedented pace of development. Following a general and ongoing renovation of China’s entire system of national art institutions, there has been an impressive proliferation of meishuguan (art museums) all over the country. Many different types of institutional statuses for art museums have recently been launched (notably small, private art museums) while others have developed rapidly (especially state-owned museums). This volume explores this range of different approaches to exhibiting and curating art, while also investigating the crucial question of the cultural sustainability of art museums in China.

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An innovative look at corporeality at

Now in its 17th year of publication

practices for sound and light in

the intersection with contemporary

it is considered the journal of record

national parks.

debates, such as the relationship

for historical ceramics scholarship in

between performing arts and activism.

the American context.

NATURAL QUIET AND NATURAL DARKNESS: THE “NEW” RESOURCES OF THE NATIONAL PARKS UN IV ERSIT Y P RESS O F N EW EN GLAND J ULY 2018 9781 512601893 , PB, 22 9 X 152 M M 352 PAGES 20 CHARTS AND GR A PHS £56.00

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Poetic and scholarly collection

First compilation and analysis of

The story of Vincent and Olga

of stories about art and artists,

the extensive source material on

Diniacopoulos – guardians of one

arguing that ecology, aesthetics,

Hirschhorn’s theoretical principles

of the most important collections

and ethics are inherently entwined.

now translated into English.

of antiquities in Canada.

ECOLOGICAL AESTHETICS: ARTFUL TACTICS FOR HUMANS, NATURE, AND POLITICS

THOMAS HIRSCHHORN: A NEW POLITICAL UNDERSTANDING OF ART

FINDING HOME: THE DINIACOPOULOS FAMILY AND COLLECTION

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U N I V E R S I T Y P R E S S O F N E W E N G L A N D A N D PA RT N E R P R E S S E S

Recent work on best management

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W E S L E YA N U N I V E R S I T Y P R E S S

THE SENTIENT ARCHIVE B ODIES, PERFORM A N CE , A N D M EMORY EDITED BY BILL B ISS E LL A N D L I N DA CARUSO HAV I LA N D

IN THE GRAND TRADITION

TEN HUTS BY JI L L S I G MAN

THE E N D UR I N G ART O F E L B E RT W E IN BE RG

All modes of human inquiry, from the

Elbert Weinberg, a supremely gifted

Described as an artist of “prodigious

artistic to the scientific, are archived

sculptor, was widely regarded as

imagination and intelligence” by the

as body knowledge. The Sentient

one of the most promising young

New York Times, Jill Sigman makes

Archive gathers together the work of

artists of the 1950s and 1960s. His

art at the intersection of dance, visual

scholars and practitioners in dance,

sculptures are imbued with historical,

art, and social practice. An artist’s

performance, science, and the visual

literary, mythological, and biblical

book that explores the ability of art to

arts. These twenty-eight rich and

subtext and so belong to the grand

engage and alter our reality, Ten Huts

challenging essays cross boundaries

art historical tradition. Weinberg’s work

documents a series of site-specific huts

within and between disciplines,

can be found in Atlanta, Cincinnati,

hand built from found and repurposed

mediating the theoretical and the

Pittsburgh, San Francisco and his home

materials, ranging from the mundane

experiential to illustrate how the body

city of Hartford, and in public and

(e-waste and plastic bottles) to the

serves as a repository for knowledge.

private collections across the United

bizarre (circus detritus, moose bones,

States and Europe. This in-depth

dental moulds, and mugwort), in

analysis of the artist’s most important

landscapes as varied as industrial

sculptures includes a brief biography,

Brooklyn and the Norwegian Arctic.

two interpretive essays, and more than

Each of the extraordinary huts in this

fifty illustrations documenting his life

book is a structure, a sculpture, and

and work.

an emergency preparedness kit which raises questions about sustainability, shelter, real estate, and our future on this planet.

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Casemate Art Catalogue 2018  

Casemate is pleased to present the 2018 Art Catalogue.

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Casemate is pleased to present the 2018 Art Catalogue.