The first publication on British artist Marguerite Horner presents her monochromatic, radiant and accomplished paintings inspired by a trip to Beachwood Canyon, California, and produced in 2023.
Palfrey shares his beautiful images and stories of the many people and places he has encountered around the world in his work and travels over the past forty-five years.
The first publication on the work of London-based artist Freya Douglas-Morris documents her first solo exhibition with Alexander Berggruen, New York, in autumn 2023.
A carefully curated guide to key bodies of work by Walead Beshty presented in collaboration with Thomas Dane Gallery in London, Turin and Naples.
Small Paintings presents the gestural, intimate and hauntingly beautiful paintings by Indian-born British artist Jai Chuhan from her solo exhibition at Qrystal Partners, London.
In Cascades is Canadian artist Lotus Laurie Kang’s first book, delving into the political and emotional forces at play in her installations and photography.
Ugandan painter explores ideas of shared memory, matrilineal inheritance and feminine power in her striking indigo-skinned figures.
A tale of the White Hart Inn, which became home to the brave fighter pilots of WWII.
In this special edition, writer, novelist and cultural commentator Michael Bracewell explores the paradise behind THE PARADISICAL PICTURES.
A retrospective on the work and lives of the relentlessly controversial artists Gilbert & George.
A meditation on emergent technologies, nature and architecture amidst the climate crisis with contributions from celebrated writers, academics and thinkers.
A riot of colour, texture and literal rubbish, Joe Lycett’s first artist’s book reassesses bins.
Made in collaboration with Chisenhale Gallery, IN A DREAM YOU CLIMB THE STAIRS delves into Nikita Gale’s visionary art and myriad references.
David Kynaston tells the fascinating story of Anthony de Rothschild (1887–1961), the man who influenced modern history.
Say Cheeeeese is the first book by British painter Rachel Jones featuring her explosive new works and an original, collectable insert.
Danie Ferreira’s extraordinary photographs and stories from his expeditions in the Arctic and Antarctic over 30 years are collected for the first time in Out in the Cold.
Dear Ana is a lyrical manifestation, expressed through photography and poetic text, of Leticia Valverdes’ award-winning project documenting the artist’s journey back to her grandmother’s motherland, Portugal.
You Are a Fish by brand strategist Nick Liddell teaches you everything you need to know about how to make a brand great.
A beautiful book of drawings by Julia Peyton-Jones depicting her life with her three-year-old daughter at a time when the world was in turmoil.
An exclusive print by Yulia Iosilzon produced in partnership with Sapling Gallery.
A single collective artwork featuring the work of 100 Royal Academicians documenting the artists’ experiences of Varnishing Day in 2020.
Three new posters designed and signed by Gilbert & George made to accompany the 2021 NEW NORMAL PICTURES exhibition at Lehmann Maupin, New York City.
Fully-illustrated and signed 60 page catalogue made to accompany the 2021 NEW NORMAL PICTURES exhibition at Lehmann Maupin, New York City.
A limited Collector’s Edition featuring 100 definitions of design by leading designers, artists and cultural innovators, with an introduction by the book’s curator John Sorrell.
Fully-illustrated catalogue for Gilbert & George’s THIRTEEN EARTHLY PICTURES exhibition at Baronian Xippas, Knokke, 2021.
Four new posters designed and signed by Gilbert & George made to accompany the 2021 NEW NORMAL PICTURES exhibition at White Cube, Mason’s Yard, London.
Fully-illustrated and signed 76 page catalogue made to accompany the 2021 NEW NORMAL PICTURES exhibition at White Cube Mason’s Yard, London.