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Since its inception in 2009, HENI Publishing has worked closely with artists and authors of the highest calibre across a wide range of titles, from major trade publications to artists’ books and limited editions. Among our new titles for 2019 we are delighted to be publishing the collected conversations of two titans of the contemporary art world in Hans Ulrich Obrist’s The Richter Interviews; a new monograph on New York- based British artist Shantell Martin, the first critical book to showcase her multi-faceted practice; a beautiful and intimate survey of nude photography by Mary McCartney, complete with an artist’s special edition; the first two titles in Damien Hirst: The Complete Works, focusing on two of his latest series of paintings; an artist’s book by Cathy Wilkes to accompany her exhibition at the British Pavilion at this year’s Venice Biennale; and the first of two volumes of the collected writings on art by one of the world’s leading critics and curators, Robert Storr. To find out more about our books – as well as HENI’s work across editions, film, photography and more – visit our website: www.heni.com

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  • Since its inception in 2009, HENI Publishing has worked closely with artists and authors of the highest calibre across a wide range of titles, from major trade publications to artists’ books and limited editions. Among our new titles for 2019 we are delighted to be publishing the collected conversations of two titans of the contemporary art world in Hans Ulrich Obrist’s The Richter Interviews; a new monograph on New York-based British artist Shantell Martin, the first critical book to showcase her multi-faceted practice; a beautiful and intimate survey of nude photography by Mary McCartney, complete with an artist’s special edition; the first two titles in Damien Hirst: The Complete Works, focusing on two of his latest series of paintings; an artist’s book by Cathy Wilkes to accompany her exhibition at the British Pavilion at this year’s Venice Biennale; and the first of two volumes of the collected writings on art by one of the world’s leading critics and curators, Robert Storr. To find out more about our books – as well as HENI’s work across editions, film, photography and more – visit our website: www.heni.com

  • Contents

    New Titles 2019

    Recent Titles & Backlist

    List of Illustrations

    Index

    Sales & Distribution

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  • New Titles

    2019

  • 76

    Mary McCartney: Paris NudeEssay by Charlotte Jansen

    Paris Nude presents for the first time a new body of work by the celebrated British photographer Mary McCartney. Over the course of two days in summer 2016, McCartney stayed with her subject Phyllis Wang at her St Germain apartment in Paris, photographing Wang in the nude to produce an extraordinary and intimate series of images. A mixture of black-and-white and colour, the delicate photo-graphs collected here showcase the trust required from both subject and photographer. During their time together, we see the model start to relax in front of the camera as an unspoken bond gradually develops between the two women. With short texts by McCartney and Wang reflecting on their experiences, the book also features an essay by Charlotte Jansen, framing the series within a historical study of the nude in art and giving context to the distinct, fresh perspective of the female gaze.

    A special slipcased edition with an exclusive handmade darkroom print, signed and numbered, is available in a limited run of 143 copies plus 7 artist’s proofs.

    Mary McCartney (b. 1969) focuses on discovering those rare moments

    of unguarded intimacy that offer new insights into her photographic

    subjects. Her work in portraiture and candid reportage photography is

    suffused with a deep personal investment that captures the creative

    chemistry between photographer and subject. Her book Twelfth Night

    was published by HENI in 2016.

    Phyllis Wang is an American-born Taiwanese writer, stand-up comic

    and fashion collaborator, who lives and works in Paris.

    Charlotte Jansen is an arts and culture journalist and editor-at-large at

    Elephant magazine.

    7 February 2019

    978-1-9121222-3-3

    £24.95 / $35.00 / €30.00

    212 × 157 mm (8¼ × 6¼ in)

    Hardback, 144 pp

    150 colour + b/w

    Limited Edition

    978-1-9121222-5-7

    £125.00 / $175.00 / €150.00

    212 × 257 mm (8¼ × 6¼ in)

    Hardback in slipcase, 144 pp

    With signed and numbered

    darkroom print

    150 colour + b/w

    Edition of 143 + 7 artist’s proofs

  • 98

    Philippe Parreno: Fireflies Interview by Hans Ulrich Obrist Essay by Vinciane Despret Philippe Parreno: Fireflies presents a series of pen-and-ink drawings by the seminal French artist Philippe Parreno, best known for his film and installation work and for radically transforming the contemporary exhibition experience.  Parreno has frequently returned to the motif of the firefly, since reading ‘L’articolo delle Lucciole’ (‘The Article of the Fireflies’) by  Pier Paolo Pasolini, published in 1975. In 2011 he began drawing  fireflies and sent the resulting works as gifts to friends and collaborators across the globe. All 283 drawings are collected here for the first time, alongside an interview with Parreno by Hans Ulrich Obrist, Artistic Director of the Serpentine Galleries, London, and an essay by philosopher Vinciane Despret on time and mortality. Parreno’s Fireflies are among the most intimate and personal works from his widely celebrated practice.

    Philippe Parreno (b. 1964) lives and works in Paris, France. He studied at

    the École des Beaux-Arts, Grenoble and the Institut des Hautes Études

    en Arts Plastiques at the Palais de Tokyo, Paris. He works in a diverse

    range of media including film, sculpture, drawing and text, through

    which ideas relating to time and duration permeate.

    Hans Ulrich Obrist is Artistic Director of the Serpentine Galleries in London.

    Vinciane Despret is a writer and philosopher of science, teaching at the

    University of Liège, Belgium.

    25 March 2019

    978-1-9121221-1-0

    £40.00 / $55.00 / €50.00

    280 × 214 mm (11 × 8½ in)

    Paperback, 312 pp

    284 colour + b/w

  • 1110

    The Richter InterviewsHans Ulrich Obrist

    The Richter Interviews gathers, for the first time, the extended conversations between curator Hans Ulrich Obrist and leading contemporary artist Gerhard Richter. Subjects range from Richter’s place within art history to artists’ books, architecture, religion, unrealised projects and his advice for young artists. The collection also includes a previously unpublished interview focused on Richter’s much-lauded window for Cologne Cathedral. Obrist’s vast knowledge and interrogating mind, coupled with his long-standing relationship with Richter, make him a unique interlocutor for an artist whose work spans more than 60 years and ranges from painting to photography, glass to printmaking, watercolours to books. Illustrations of artworks feature throughout the texts for visual reference. Prompted by the questions of a much-respected friend and collaborator, Richter here reveals rare insights into his thinking and his art – making this an essential book on one of the most influential artists of our time.

    Hans Ulrich Obrist is a world-renowned curator and Artistic Director of

    the Serpentine Galleries in London. Alongside his curatorial practice, he

    has written extensively on contemporary art, with a particular interest in

    the interview format.

    Gerhard Richter (b. 1932) is widely regarded as one of the most prolific

    and pre-eminent artists at work today. His work has been the subject

    of exhibitions internationally, including touring retrospectives at the

    Kunsthalle Düsseldorf; Tate, London; the Museum of Contemporary

    Art Chicago; and the Museum of Modern Art, New York.

    18 April 2019

    978-1-9121222-4-0

    £19.95 / $29.95 / €24.95

    210 × 150 mm (8¼ × 6 in)

    Paperback, 176 pp

    83 colour + b/w

  • 1312

    Damien Hirst: The Complete Works Colour SpaceEssay by Ann Gallagher

    The first in a new series of books covering the entire oeuvre of Damien Hirst, Colour Space surveys the paintings created in response to the artist’s iconic Spot Painting series started in 1986, during Hirst’s first year at Goldsmiths College in London. Where the Spot Paintings were painstakingly rigorous in their formulaic grid structure, intended to look as if they had been made ‘by a person trying to paint like a machine’, the Colour Space series, produced in 2016, is looser and more painterly, featuring drips and splashes of paint. In both series, however, no two colours repeat within a single canvas. Comprising over 270 paintings, the Colour Space works are all made in household gloss paint on canvas. Each painting is fully illustrated in the book, alongside detail images, while an intro-ductory essay by Ann Gallagher, Director of Collections at Tate, places this recent body of work in context, exploring the balance Hirst achieves between the elements of colour and space in each picture, the process of their making, and the belief that they signal in the endless possibilities of painting.

    Damien Hirst (b. 1965) is internationally recognised as one of the most

    important living artists. Through a varied practice of installation, sculpture,

    painting and drawing he explores the complex relationships between art,

    beauty, religion, science, life and death. Since 1987, Hirst has had over

    90 solo exhibitions around the world, and has been included in over 300

    group shows. He lives and works between London and Gloucestershire.

    Ann Gallagher is a curator and writer. She is Director of Collections, British

    Art at Tate, where she curated a major retrospective of Hirst’s work in 2012.

    June 2019

    978-1-9121220-6-6

    £75.00 / $100.00 / €85.00

    328 × 265 mm (13 × 10½ in)

    Hardback, 418 pp

    328 colour

  • 1514

    Cathy WilkesEssay by Dr Zoé Whitley

    For the 58th International Art Exhibition – La Biennale di Venezia, the British Council has commissioned artist Cathy Wilkes to represent Great Britain. Presenting new works, created especially for the historic, neo-classical former tea house of the British Pavilion, Wilkes will trigger new meanings and atmospherics within the Pavilion’s grand domestic architecture. This publication, one of the few books on the artist in print, features a new set of drawings relating to the highly anticipated work for the Biennale, and provides rare insights into Wilkes’ creative process. An essay by curator Zoé Whitley explores Wilkes’ art in the context of the artist’s acceptance of ambiguity as a key element in her intense and mysterious work. Designed by Berlin-based book designer Yvonne Quirmbach in close collaboration with the artist herself, this unique publication is as much an artist’s book as a record of this major international exhibition.

    Cathy Wilkes (b. 1966, Belfast) was nominated for the Turner Prize in

    2008, and was awarded the inaugural Maria Lassnig Prize in 2016, a

    biennial award to honour the achievements of mid-career artists. She

    has had solo exhibitions at MoMA PS1, New York; The Modern Institute,

    Glasgow; Tate Liverpool; Kunstverein, Munich and Studio Voltaire,

    London. Wilkes lives and works in Glasgow.

    Dr Zoé Whitley is Senior Curator at the Hayward Gallery, London. Prior

    to her role at the Hayward, she was Curator, International Art, at Tate

    Modern, where she co-curated the exhibition Soul of a Nation. Whitley

    has curated works by Jenny Holzer, Lubaina Himid and Isaac Julien,

    among others. She is the first mid-career curator attached to the British

    Pavilion for the International Art Exhibition at the Venice Biennale.

    11 May 2019

    978-1-9121222-6-4

    £12.00 / $19.95 / €15.00

    210 × 250 mm (8¼ × 9¾ in)

    Paperback, 52 pp

    13 colour + b/w

  • 1716

    Robert Storr: Writings on Art 1980-2005Edited by Francesca Pietropaolo

    Following on from the much-lauded Interviews on Art, HENI presents the first in a two-volume publication featuring the collected writings on art by Robert Storr, one of the world’s leading art critics and curators. Featuring the best of Storr’s criticism, reviews, essays and other writings from the 1980s to the mid 2000s, the book includes his essays on artists such as Eva Hesse, Martin Puryear, Eric Fischl, Brice Marden, Arshile Gorky, Ilya and Emilia Kabakov, Bruce Nauman and Adrian Piper, all written with his signature intellect and wit. Expertly curated from his prolific output by Francesca Pietropaolo, and illustrated with 175 images to accompany the texts, Robert Storr: Writings on Art is the definitive collection of Storr’s multi- faceted writing – a must-read for curators and students, artists, exhibition-goers and all those interested in the art and culture of today.

    Robert Storr is an art critic, curator and artist. He has written widely

    on art and has interviewed some of the world’s leading artists. Storr’s

    writing has appeared in countless books and exhibition catalogues,

    as well as in Art in America, Artforum, Parkett and ARTnews. He has

    curated exhibitions internationally and was the first North American

    curator of the Venice Biennale in 2007. His bestselling Interviews on

    Art was published by HENI in 2017.

    Francesca Pietropaolo is an Italian art historian of modern and

    contemporary art, and an independent curator. She has worked at the

    Walker Art Center, Minneapolis, the Museum of Modern Art, New York,

    and the Fondation Louis Vuitton, Paris. As an art critic, she has written

    widely, including for Flash Art International, ARTnews, Art in America

    and Arte e Critica.

    8 November 2019

    978-1-9121222-8-8

    £35.00 / $45.00 / €40.00

    240 × 150 mm (9¾ × 6 in)

    Hardback, c. 700 pp

    c. 175 colour + b/w

    Featuring essays on:

    Jean-Michel Basquiat

    Louise Bourgeois

    Vija Celmins

    Carroll Dunham

    Eric Fischl

    Leon Golub

    Arshile Gorky

    Eva Hesse

    Jörg Immendorff

    Willem de Kooning

    Louise Lawler

    Elizabeth Murray

    Bruce Nauman

    Jackson Pollock

    Martin Puryear

    Yvonne Rainer

    Meyer Schapiro

    Richard Serra

    Nancy Spero

    Art Spiegelman

    Frank Stella

    Franz West

    Rachel Whiteread

    ...lamong many others

  • 1918

    Shantell Martin: LinesEssay by Katharine Stout Interview by Hans Ulrich Obrist

    Shantell Martin’s work has, for more than a decade, entranced audiences around the world with its intuitive energy, skill and bravura. Through her highly personalised language of characters, faces and messages, Martin invites viewers to actively engage in the creative process. Bridging the fine art and commercial worlds, she uses drawing as a physical stream-of-consciousness, her work characterised by a unique freedom, expressed through the possibilities of her chosen ‘canvas’ – whether a piece of paper or textile, a sculptural surface, wall or screen. The first monograph on Martin – designed in close collaboration with the artist herself – this book charts her complete career, including early pieces such as X Dot Martin (a collaboration with Martin’s grandmother on over 70 pieces of embroidery), large-scale murals and commissions, and collaborations with museums, technical institutes, musicians and fashion brands (including Nike, Tiffany’s, New York City Ballet and Google Creative Lab). Featuring the first critical essay on Martin’s work by Katharine Stout, Deputy Director of the Institute of Contemporary Arts, London, Martin’s work is accompanied by an insightful interview with Hans Ulrich Obrist, Artistic Director at the Serpentine Galleries, London.

    Shantell Martin (b. 1980) is a British visual artist best known for her signature

    black-and-white drawings. She has had solo shows at Albright-Knox Art

    Gallery, Buffalo, and Museum of Contemporary African Diasporan Arts,

    New York. Martin has collaborated with iconic brands as well as with New

    York City Ballet and Kendrick Lamar for Miami Art Basel. Martin is adjunct

    professor at NYU Tisch ITP and a visiting scholar at MIT Media Lab. She

    lives and works in New York.

    Katharine Stout is Deputy Director of the Institute of Contemporary Arts, London.

    She is the Co-Founder and Associate Director of Drawing Room, London.

    Hans Ulrich Obrist is Artistic Director of the Serpentine Galleries in London.

    21 November 2019

    978-1-9121222-7-1

    £29.95 / $39.95 / €35.00

    203 × 254 mm (8 × 10 in)

    Hardback, 240 pp

    c. 175 colour + b/w

  • 2120

    Damien Hirst: The Complete WorksVeil PaintingsEssay by John-Paul Stonard

    A veil is a barrier, a curtain between two things, something that you can look at and pass through. It’s solid yet invisible and reveals and yet obscures the truth, the thing that we are searching for. —Damien Hirst

    The second publication in The Complete Works, Veil Paintings collects all the works from Damien Hirst’s 2018 series alongside an essay by art historian and writer John-Paul Stonard. Following on from the ambitious sculpture exhibition Treasures from the Wreck of the Unbelievable in Venice in 2017, Hirst returns to the immediacy of painting with the Veil series. Referencing the pointillism of Georges Seurat and the post-Impressionist work of Pierre Bonnard, as well as his own Visual Candy paintings from the 1990s, Hirst presents his Veils on large canvases, featuring vibrant colours, the impasto technique prominently displaying the hand of the artist.

    Damien Hirst (b. 1965) is internationally recognised as one of the

    most important living artists. Through a varied practice of installation,

    sculpture, painting and drawing he explores the complex relationships

    between art, beauty, religion, science, life and death. Since 1987,

    Hirst has had over 90 solo exhibitions around the world, and has

    been included in over 300 group shows. He lives and works between

    London and Gloucestershire.

    John-Paul Stonard is an art historian, curator and writer. His work has

    appeared in The Guardian, Tate Etc., the London Review of Books, the

    Times Literary Supplement and Apollo Magazine.

    7 November 2019

    978-1-9121222-9-5

    £75.00 / $100.00 / €85.00

    328 × 265 mm (13 × 10½ in)

    Hardback, 244 pp

    104 colour

  • Recent Titles& Backlist

  • 24 25

    Robert Storr: Interviews on Art Edited by Francesca Pietropaolo

    Collating, in a single volume, the major body of interviews conducted by the revered American critic and curator Robert Storr, Interviews on Art includes more than 60 illustrated discussions with some of the most renowned names in the art world over the last half-century. Interviewees include Gerhard Richter, Louise Bourgeois, Jeff Koons, Alex Katz, Chuck Close, Richard Serra, Gabriel Orozco, Elizabeth Murray, Harald Szeemann and Mike Kelley. A conversa-tion between curator and art historian Francesca Pietropaolo and Storr introduces the texts, in which they dissect the interview as a medium: discussing the ethics involved, the notion of technique and approach, as well as the limitations and difficulties of the process. This is an essential collection of voices and conversations, providing an invaluable and accessible way into the world of contemporary art.

    Robert Storr is an art critic, curator and artist. He has written widely

    on art and has interviewed some of the world’s leading artists. Storr’s

    writing has appeared in countless books and exhibition catalogues

    as well as in Art in America, Artforum, Parkett and ARTnews. He has

    curated exhibitions internationally and was the first North American

    curator of the Venice Biennale in 2007.

    Francesca Pietropaolo is an Italian art historian of modern and

    contemporary art, and an independent curator. She has worked at

    the Walker Art Center, Minneapolis, the Museum of Modern Art, New

    York, and the Fondation Louis Vuitton, Paris. As an art critic, she has

    written widely, including for Flash Art International, ARTnews, Art in

    America and Arte e Critica.

    Iggy Pop Life Class Jeremy Deller

    Published in collaboration with the Brooklyn Museum, where the class was organised, Iggy Pop Life Class documents this extraordinary event conceived by artist Jeremy Deller. In stark contrast to his kinetic stage persona, Pop methodically posed nude on a different kind of stage, while the participating artists – representing New York’s diverse community and ranging from 19 to 70 years of age – depicted his body in the wide-ranging styles expected from a mix of students, practicing artists, and retirees. Iggy Pop Life Class includes drawings by all the participating artists, ranging from five-minute sketches to studies and presentation drawings. Also included are candid photographs of the process, alongside comparative works from the Brooklyn Museum’s collections. The book features an introduction by Deller, an interview with Pop about his participation in the project, and essays on the practice of life drawing in art history and the physicality of Iggy Pop’s performances.

    Jeremy Deller (b. 1966) is a London-based artist known for his

    orchestration of large-scale collaborative projects. Winner of the

    2004 Turner Prize, Deller represented Great Britain at the 55th

    Venice Biennale in 2013. In 2017 his event What Is The City But The

    People? opened the Manchester International Festival.

    Iggy Pop (b. 1947) is a pionerring rock musician, singer-songwriter

    and actor. As frontman of The Stooges, Pop significantly influenced

    the trajectory of rock music.

    20 October 2016

    978-0-9933161-3-5

    £19.99 / $24.95 / €21.99

    300 × 215 mm (11¾ × 8½ in)

    Paperback, 144 pp

    235 colour

    21 November 2017

    978-0-9930103-5-4

    £35.00 / $45.00 / €40.00

    240 × 150 mm (9½ × 5⅞ in)

    Hardback, 928 pp

    300 colour + b/w

  • 26 27

    Bailey’s PeruTexts by David Bailey, Grace Coddington, Jackie Higgins

    Originating from two fashion shoots on location in Peru – the first in 1971 for Vogue, the latter in 1984 for Tatler, the photographs collected here are a mixture of landscape, fashion and portrait photography, showcasing David Bailey’s immense and multi-faceted talents. In both colour and black-and-white, Bailey captures and celebrates the beauty of the land and its people. Featuring an introduction by Grace Coddington, Creative Director for US Vogue, who accompanied Bailey on his first trip to Peru, an engaging essay by Jackie Higgins and text from Bailey himself.

    David Bailey (b. 1938) worked as fashion photographer John

    French’s assistant, before publishing his first portrait for Today

    magazine in 1960. He went on to photograph extensively for

    Vogue, and has worked with some of the greatest names in fashion

    and music. Bailey has exhibited worldwide, with the first of his

    landmark exhibitions in 1971 at the National Portrait Gallery, London.

    Internationally renowned, Bailey has produced some of the most

    famous photographic portraits of the last five decades.

    Self-Exposure Ralph Gibson

    Part memoir, part photography book, Self-Exposure is the illustrated autobiography of celebrated American photographer Ralph Gibson. Written in candid prose, Gibson takes the reader through his life and across a career that has spanned more than 50 years. Gibson’s story is a fascinating one, from his earliest memories growing up in California to his time in the U.S. Navy and his continuous love affair with photography. Gibson’s memories are time-capsules, filled with rich characters and period details. Often moving, the narratives of his at times troublesome childhood provide a rich background to the charismatic artist Gibson has become. His ruminations on life display a deep, thoughtful understanding and self-awareness that make this book a fascinating read, as well as an illuminating companion to his work.

    Ralph Gibson (b. 1939) was born in Los Angeles, California. In 1956 he

    enlisted in the Navy, where he began studying photography. He has

    been exhibited and published internationally and his work is held in

    public collections around the world, including the Stedelijk Museum,

    Amsterdam and the Museum of Modern Art, New York. He lives and

    works in New York.

    12 November 2018

    978-1-9121221-0-3

    £35.00 / $49.95 / €45.00

    278 × 193 mm (11 × 7½ in)

    Paperback, 372 pp

    251 colour + b/w

    22 November 2018

    978-1-9121221-4-1

    £40.00 / $55.00 / €50.00

    330 × 260 mm (13 × 10¼ in)

    Hardback, 152 pp

    100 colour + b/w

  • 28 29

    Koo Jeong A: Nomos Alpha

    Presenting 20 pen drawings in Koo Jeong A’s signature style, Nomos Alpha was designed and produced in close collaboration with the artist. Signed and numbered on a bespoke embossed cover, the book is published in a limited edition run of 500 copies. Beautifully produced on extra thick paper with a semi-translucent jacket, this unique book is a work of art in itself. Underlying the simplicity of Koo Jeong A’s wonderful, often humorous drawings is a thoughtful, deliberate precision.

    Koo Jeong A (b. 1964) was born in Seoul, South Korea. Her work

    spans various media including drawing, sculpture, installation,

    audio and architecture. She has had a number of solo exhibitions

    including at the Moderna Museet, Stockholm and the Centre

    Georges Pompidou, Paris. Her work is featured in the public

    collections of Tate, London and the Guggenheim Museum,

    New York.

    Zarina Bhimji: Lead WhiteTexts by M. Neelika Jayawardane and Ann Gallagher

    Lead White is the culmination of a ten-year-long investigation by renowned British artist Zarina Bhimji, conducted over multiple continents, delving into national archives to source objects and ephemera that together document and interrogate ‘the legacies of the powerful and the monumental’. Carefully researched, photographed and curated, and combining digital technology with traditional craft, Lead White explores the idea of the archive – how photographs and maps, official stamps and white cotton ribbons, lists and handwritten letters in coloured ink create narratives and enforce institutional ideologies. Accompanied by a series of evocative texts by the artist herself, and essays by curator Ann Gallagher and Professor M. Neelika Jayawardane, giving invaluable insights into Bhimji’s project and working methods, Lead White is a profound and poetic meditation on ‘legality, power and beauty’.

    Zarina Bhimji (b. 1963) is an artist specialising in photography and

    video installation. Her work is in collections around the world, including

    Tate, London, and the Museum of Contemporary Art, Chicago. In 2007

    she was shortlisted for the Turner Prize. She lives and works in London.

    M. Neelika Jayawardane is Associate Professor of English at the State

    University of New York, Oswego, and a Research Associate at the

    Visual Identities in Art and Design (VIAD), University of Johannesburg.

    Ann Gallagher is a curator and writer. She is Director of Collections,

    British Art at Tate.

    19 November 2018

    978-1-9121221-8-9

    £24.99 / $35.00 / €30.00

    240 × 165 mm (9½ × 6½ in)

    Paperback, 192 pp

    130 colour

    17 May 2018

    978-1-9121220-3-5

    £85.00 / $115.00 / €95.00

    240 × 190 mm (9½ × 7½ in)

    Hardback, 40 pp

    Signed and numbered

    20 colour

  • 30 31

    Gilbert & George: The Great ExhibitionEdited by Hans Ulrich Obrist and Daniel Birnbaum

    The Great Exhibition celebrates 50 years of the creative artistic partnership of Gilbert & George. Published in collaboration with the LUMA Foundation in Arles, France, the book features five interviews with Gilbert & George by Hans Ulrich Obrist and Daniel Birnbaum, one for each decade of their practice. Heavily illustrated with examples of Gilbert & George’s artworks, from their early years to their most recent series, and designed by the artists themselves, with their trademark style and panache, this expansive survey is introduced by a text co-authored by Obrist and Birnbaum.

    Gilbert & George (b. 1943 and 1942) are known around the world for

    their relentlessly controversial art. They met in 1967 at Saint Martins’

    School of Art.

    Hans Ulrich Obrist is Artistic Director of the Serpentine

    Galleries, London.

    Daniel Birnbaum co-curated the 50th Venice Biennale. He is the

    director of Moderna Museet, Stockholm.

    What is Gilbert & George?Michael Bracewell

    In answering the question posed by its title, and drawing on his twenty-year relationship with the artists, Michael Bracewell is the first writer to engage directly with Gilbert & George to understand why they have devoted their lives – exclusively and continuously – to the vision of art they conceived within months of first meeting. What emerges piece by piece is a portrait of Gilbert & George as two men who are infinitely more intense, strange, determined and alone than their longstanding public image suggests. Accompanied by illustrations selected by the artists, the book provides candid insights into their working practice, East London, sex, Victorian art, nationalism and maleness, among many other subjects.

    Michael Bracewell is a writer and novelist. His recent publications

    have included catalogue essays on the art of Bridget Riley and

    Richard Hamilton for The National Gallery, London.

    Gilbert & George (b. 1943 and 1942) are known around the world for

    their relentlessly controversial art. They met in 1967 at Saint Martins’

    School of Art.

    2 November 2017

    978-1-9121220-2-8

    £9.95 / $15.00 / €12.50

    234 × 156 mm (9¼ × 6⅛ in)

    Hardback, 180 pp

    80 colour + b/w

    2 July 2018

    978-1-9121221-6-5

    £40.00 / $55.00 / €50.00

    244 × 300 mm (9½ × 11¾ in)

    Hardback, 472 pp

    200 colour + b/w

  • 32 33

    Francis Bacon: France and MonacoEdited by Martin Harrison

    This is the first in-depth publication to uncover the long relationship Francis Bacon enjoyed with France, Monaco and French culture. Martin Harrison, the foremost expert on Bacon, sheds new light on this somewhat unexpected, less studied, yet fascinating aspect of the artist’s life and work. Sumptuously illustrated with works by Bacon and other artists including Courbet, Bonnard, Rodin, Picasso and Giacometti alongside candid photographs of Bacon and his peers, this bilingual publication – co-published by Albin Michel – includes a foreword by Majid Boustany, founder of The Francis Bacon MB Art Foundation, and further contributions from Dr Carol Jacobi, curator British Art, Tate Britain, and art historian and close friend of Bacon’s Eddy Batache, among others.

    Martin Harrison is the foremost authority on Francis Bacon.

    He has curated numerous exhibitions around the world. Most

    notable among his many publications is the Francis Bacon:

    Catalogue Raisonné, edited in close collaboration with The

    Estate of Francis Bacon.

    Francis Bacon: Catalogue RaisonnéEdited by Martin Harrison

    Francis Bacon: Catalogue Raisonné is a landmark publishing event that presents the entire oeuvre of Bacon’s paintings for the first time and includes over 100 previously unpublished works. The impeccably produced five-volume, slipcased publication, containing each of Bacon’s 584 paintings, has been edited by Martin Harrison, the pre-eminent expert on Bacon’s work, alongside research assistant Dr Rebecca Daniels. An ambitious and painstaking project that has been ten years in the making, this seminal catalogue raisonné eclipses in scope any previous publication on the artist.

    Martin Harrison is the foremost authority on Francis Bacon. He has

    curated numerous exhibitions around the world, and written widely

    on art and photography.

    Rebecca Daniels is an art historian and a Trustee for the Sidney

    Nolan Trust.

    30 June 2016

    978-0-9569273-1-6

    £1,000 / $1,500 / €1,400

    310 × 245 mm (12¼ × 9⅝ in)

    Hardback, 1538 pp

    Five volumes slipcased

    800 colour

    23 June 2016

    978-0-9568738-8-0

    £35.00 / $50.00 / €40.00

    260 × 215 mm (10¾ × 8½ in)

    Hardback, 240 pp

    100 colour + b/w

  • 34 35

    Kai Schäfer: WORLDRECORDSForeword by Peter Hook Interview by Michael Bracewell

    WORLDRECORDS collects highlights from Kai Schäfer’s photo series in which the great albums of music history are photographed on classic turntables, presented on oversized prints. Schäfer’s work is a tribute to the art of the analogue and a celebration of some of pop’s finest music. Albums include David Bowie’s The Rise and Fall of Ziggy Stardust and the Spiders from Mars, Joy Division’s Unknown Pleasures and The Clash’s London Calling. An interview with the artist by Michael Bracewell accompanies the book.

    Kai Schäfer (b. 1971) is an artist from Germany with a passion for

    photography and music. His work has been exhibited in New York

    and Los Angeles. He lives and works in Düsseldorf, Germany.

    Peter Hook is a musician and the co-founder of Joy Division and

    New Order.

    Michael Bracewell is a writer and novelist. His recent publications

    include What is Gilbert and George? and catalogue essays on

    the art of Bridget Riley and Richard Hamilton for The National

    Gallery, London.

    Will Scott: Seaside SheltersEssay by Edwin Heathcote

    In Seaside Shelters, Will Scott documents and celebrates the wide variety of these unassuming architectural structures adorning the British seasides. A testament to the heyday of British summer holidays and the country’s notoriously fickle weather, the shelters now often stand deserted. Most were built in the late 19th and early 20th century and cover a wealth of architectural styles, from Victorian to Art Deco. Locations range from iconic seaside resorts to lesser-known gems along the coast, and include Blackpool, Great Yarmouth, the Isle of Wight, Clacton-on-Sea, Portsmouth, Aberystwyth, Swanage and Cromer.

    Will Scott is a photographer and filmmaker specialising in

    architectural subjects. Ongoing photographic projects include

    Seaside Shelters and The Architecture of the Underground. Scott’s

    photography has been featured in the Financial Times and on the

    BBC. He is based between London and Edinburgh.

    Edwin Heathcote is architecture and design critic at the

    Financial Times.

    2 July 2018

    978-1-9121220-4-2

    £14.99 / $19.95 / €16.99

    190 × 235 mm (7½ × 9¼ in)

    Hardback, 116 pp

    50 colour

    31 May 2018

    978-1-9121221-3-4

    £25.00 / $35.00 / €30.00

    297 × 297 mm (11¾ × 11¾ in)

    Hardback, 108 pp

    45 colour

  • 36 37

    Blondey McCoy: ‘Us and Chem.’Poem by Olly Todd

    A bespoke mirrored publication, ‘Us and Chem.’ features works from Blondey McCoy’s fifth solo exhibition from 2017 at HENI Gallery, Soho. In this series of work Blondey openly addresses and confronts issues relating to mental health, in particular the country’s treatment of depression and anxiety in young people and the over-reliance on prescribed antidepressants. ‘Us and Chem.’ includes a work created in collaboration with Damien Hirst, Beautiful, Chemically Imbalanced Painting, an amalgamation of Hirst’s Spin Paintings and Blondey’s collage techniques. The book features the poem “Us and Them” by Olly Todd, inspired by the exhibition. Produced in a special limited edition of 1,000, each book is signed by Blondey and presented in a custom-made, cellophane prescription bag.

    Blondey McCoy (b. 1997) is a British artist, skateboarder, clothing

    designer and model living in London. He is creative director of

    fashion brand Thames and is represented by the Kate Moss Agency.

    He has collaborated with brands such as Arena Homme+, Adidas,

    Palace, and Burberry, among others. His work has been featured in

    numerous exhibitions internationally.

    Conor Harrington: Watch Your Palace FallEssay by Jane NealInterview by JJ O’Donoghue

    This monograph is the first to chart the entire career of Irish artist Conor Harrington, from the nascent graffiti of his teenage years to his status as an internationally recognised artist. Striking photography captures the visual evolution of a unique practice that has united the opulence of the baroque with the stark immediacy of graffiti. Equally celebrated for his large-scale gallery work and vast outdoor pieces, Harrington’s artistic journey takes in Ireland, the UK, the US, Norway, Spain, Poland and Brazil, and is supplemented by fascinating documentary photography alongside the artist’s personal narrative. The book includes a newly commissioned essay by Jane Neal, and an informal Q&A between Harrington and journalist JJ O’Donoghue, alongside an exclusive zine charting the early work of the artist.

    Conor Harrington (b. 1980) painted his first wall on the streets of his

    hometown in his mid-teens, and after completing a BA in Fine Art

    at Limerick School of Art and Design he relocated to London, where

    he now lives and works. His provocative, dreamlike work draws a

    fascinating line between the street and the canvas.

    Jane Neal is an independent author and curator.

    JJ O’Donoghue is an Irish journalist living in Japan.

    30 March 2017

    978-0-9933161-8-0

    £40.00 / $50.00 / €45.00

    304 × 228 mm (12 × 9 in)

    Hardback, 336 pp

    310 colour

    27 September 2018

    978-1-9121221-2-7

    £40.00 / $55.00 / €50.00

    400 × 290 mm (15¾ × 11⅜ in)

    Paperback, 52 pp

    Signed and numbered

    25 colour

  • 38 39

    Street Art Fine ArtIngrid Beazley

    In this book, curator Ingrid Beazley draws parallels between classic and contemporary styles, showcasing how works from the Dulwich Picture Gallery’s permanent collection by painters such as Rembrandt, Gainsborough and Murillo have influenced work by street artists in the local area, such as Stik, ROA, REKA, RUN, Phlegm, Pablo Delgado, Conor Harrington and Mad C. Featuring works by 21 internationally renowned street artists, the book is illustrated with colour photography throughout.

    Ingrid Beazley (1950 – 2017) worked in the education department

    of Dulwich Picture Gallery for over 15 years. She won nine national

    and international awards for her work including the Third Sector

    Excellence ‘Volunteer of the Year’ Award in 2006. In 2010 she was

    made a Fellow of the Royal Society of Arts in recognition of her

    contributions to promoting the arts.

    Street Art Book ArtIngrid Beazley

    Following the success of Street Art Fine Art, author Ingrid Beazley commissioned 15 artists to produce a series of unique designs on blank covers of the original book. Some artists subverted the medium as a space to experiment with the conventions of book design, some utilised the uniform shape to create a series of parallel works, while others approached the book as any other blank canvas or wall presented to them on the street. Street Art Book Art catalogues these works in full and serves as a unique document of a diverse and fascinating series of commissions, fusing the art of the street with that of the printed page. The book can be purchased with different covers, each featuring one of the 15 artists’ designs.

    Ingrid Beazley (1950 – 2017) worked in the education department

    of Dulwich Picture Gallery for over 15 years. She won nine national

    and international awards for her work including the Third Sector

    Excellence ‘Volunteer of the Year’ Award in 2006. In 2010 she was

    made a Fellow of the Royal Society of Arts in recognition of her

    contributions to promoting the arts.

    31 January 2016

    978-0-9568738-6-6

    £10.00 / $16.00 / €14.00

    297 × 272 mm (11¾ × 10¾ in)

    Paperback, 156 pp

    203 colour

    17 April 2014

    978-0-9564041-9-0

    £25.00 / $64.95 / €55.00

    289 × 265 mm (11⅜ × 10½ in)

    Hardback, 352 pp

    398 colour + b/w

  • 40 41

    Simone Fattal: WatercoloursInterview by Hans Ulrich Obrist

    Watercolours presents over 100 works made between 1972 and 2016, combining painting, collage and sculpture, by Paris-based Lebanese artist Simone Fattal. The book is introduced by a conversation between Fattal and Hans Ulrich Obrist in which the artist ruminates on her childhood in Damascus, her publishing company Post-Apollo Press and the recurring themes that continue to inspire her long-standing affinity with the watercolour medium.

    Simone Fattal (b. 1942) was born in Damascus and grew up in

    Lebanon. She studied philosophy at the Ecole des Lettres, Beirut,

    and then at the Sorbonne, Paris. In 1969, she returned to Beirut and

    started painting, eventually fleeing in 1980 with the outbreak of the

    civil war. Having moved to California, Fattal founded the Post-Apollo

    Press, a publishing house dedicated to innovative and experimental

    literary work. In 1988, she returned to artistic practice after enrolling

    at the Art Institute of San Francisco. Fattal’s oeuvre encompasses

    sculpture, ceramics, collage and painting. She lives and works in

    Paris with her partner, the artist Etel Adnan.

    Hans Ulrich Obrist is Artistic Director of the Serpentine

    Galleries, London.

    Eugénie Paultre: OutlineEssay by Emmanuel Daydé

    The first monograph of celebrated French poet and philosopher Eugénie Paultre, Outline presents 80 of Paultre’s paintings and drawings, created in 2016 and 2017. A master of colour, Paultre’s abstract works feature carefully selected lines of colour that create beautifully balanced and evocative visual fields. Paultre applies the same philosophical insight and poetic prowess used in her academic and creative writing to her painting, resulting in powerful, meditative works. The book features an introductory text by Emmanuel Daydé and notes by Eugénie Paultre in both English and French.

    Eugénie Paultre (b. 1979) is an artist, poet and philosopher based in

    France. She has taught at the University of Paris, Sorbonne. Paultre

    has previously published a number of poetry collections.

    Emmanuel Daydé is an art historian, dramatic critic and essayist.

    12 April 2018

    978-1-9121220-9-7

    £50.00 / $70.00 / €60.00

    280 × 250 mm (11 × 10 in)

    Hardback, 190 pp

    81 colour

    29 November 2017

    978-1-9121220-0-4

    £40.00 / $55.00 / €50.00

    315 × 240 mm (12½ × 9½ in)

    Paperback, 244 pp

    114 colour

  • 42 43

    Gerhard Richter: September

    IT 978-0-9564041-3-8

    ES 978-0-9564041-4-5

    £15.00 / $27.50 / €20.00

    220 × 180 mm (8¾ × 7⅛ in)

    Paperback, 96 pp

    Gerhard Richter: November

    EN 978-0-9930103-1-6

    DE 978-0-9930103-2-3

    £25.00 / $40.00 / €35.00

    218 × 315 mm (8⅝ × 12⅜ in)

    Paperback, 72 pp

    Gerhard Richter: Night Sketches

    978-0-9564041-5-2

    £25.00 / $40.00 / €30.00

    173 × 110 mm (7 × 4½ in)

    Paperback, 176 pp

    Cage: Six Tableaux de Gerhard Richter

    Robert Storr

    FR 978-0-9564041-7-6

    £25.00 / $37.50 / €30.00

    248 × 248 mm (9¾ × 9¾ in)

    Hardback, 200 pp

    Gerhard Richter: 40 Tage

    978-0-9933161-6-6

    £125.00 / $175.00 / €150.00

    218 × 310 mm (13 × 10¼ in)

    Hardback, 88 pp

    Gerhard Richter

    Gerhard Richter (b. 1932) was born in Dresden, Germany. He studied at the Dresden Academy of Fine Arts and then the Düsseldorf Art Academy. His work has been the subject of exhibitions internationally, including touring ret-rospectives at the Kunsthalle Düsseldorf, Tate, London, the Museum of Contemporary Art,

    Chicago and the Museum of Modern Art, New York, among many others. Richter has exper-imented with sculpture, photography, drawing and, notably, painting. Aided by the diversity of his media, the artist has continuously exam-ined the nature of imagery, highlighting in particular the contingency of representation.

    The Richter Interviews

    Hans Ulrich Obrist

    978-1-9121222-4-0

    £19.95 / $29.95 / €24.95

    210 × 150 mm (8¼ × 6 in)

    Paperback, 176 pp

  • 44 45

    Sabine Moritz: Lilies and Objects

    978-0-9564041-6-9

    £38.00 / $47.50 / €40.00

    320 × 240 mm (12⅝ × 9½ in)

    Paperback, 92 pp

    Sabine Moritz: Helicopter

    978-0-9930103-0-9

    £25.00 / $40.00 / €35.00

    210 × 280 (8¼ × 11 in)

    Hardback, 152 pp

    Sabine Moritz: Sea King

    978-0-9930103-8-5

    £20.00 / $30.00 / €25.00

    210 × 280 mm (8¼ × 11 in)

    Paperback, 88 pp

    Brian Clarke: Night Orchids

    Robert Storr

    978-0-9933161-0-4

    £100.00 / $135.00 / €120.00

    370 × 280 mm (14½ × 11 in)

    Hardback, 304 pp

    Brian Clarke: Spitfires

    978-1-9121220-1-1

    £24.95 / $35.00 / €30.00

    240 × 240 mm (9½ × 9½ in)

    Hardback, 228 pp

    Publishing in July 2019

    Brian Clarke: The Art of Light

    Paul Greenhalgh

    978-1-9121221-7-2

    £40.00 / $55.00 / €50.00

    235 × 300 (9¼ × 11¾)

    Hardback, 286 pp

    Sabine Moritz

    Sabine Moritz (b. 1969) is a German painter and designer. She has been widely exhibited in group and solo exhibitions in Düsseldorf, Brussels, Paris and London. Moritz lives and works in Cologne, Germany.

    Brian Clarke

    Brian Clarke (b. 1953) was born in Oldham. He is an architectural artist and painter, best known for radically updating and innovating the medium of stained glass. Clarke is also widely celebrated for his painting, sculpture, mosaic and tapestry.

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    David Bailey: NW1

    978-0-9933161-4-2

    £125.00 / $175.00 / €150.00

    330 × 260 mm (13 × 10¼ in)

    Hardback, 42 pp

    David Bailey: King’s X

    978-0-9933161-9-7

    £225.00 / $315.00 / €275.00

    330 × 260 mm (13 × 10¼ in)

    Two HB slipcased, 100 pp

    Tommy Kane: All My Photographs

    are Made with Pens

    978-0-9933161-7-3

    £25.00 / $34.95 / €30.00

    280 × 203 mm (11 × 7⅞ in)

    Hardback, 228 pp

    Tommy Kane: An Excuse to Draw

    978-0-9568738-3-5

    £25.00 / $34.95 / €30.00

    280 × 203 mm (11 × 7⅞ in)

    Hardback, 216 pp

    Groovy Bob

    Harriet Vyner

    978-0-9930103-9-2

    £10.00 / $16.00 / €14.00

    208 × 130 mm (8 × 5 in)

    Paperback, 368 pp

    Mary McCartney: Twelfth Night

    978-0-9933161-1-1

    £24.99 / $29.95 / €26.99

    260 × 220 mm (10¼ × 8⅝ in)

    Hardback, 128 pp

    Long Live Southbank

    978-0-992928-0-9

    £30.00 / $45.00 / €40.00

    290 × 245 mm (11⅜ × 9⅝ in)

    Hardback, 408 pp

    Stephen Webster: GoldstruckSTANDARD 978-0-9568738-4-2

    £50.00 / $75.00 / €65.00

    LIMITED 978-0-9568738-9-7

    £150.00 / $225.00 / €195.00

    310 × 250 mm (12¼ × 9¾ in)

    Hardback, 352 pp

    Lucy Liu: Seventy Two

    STANDARD 978-0-9568738-0-4

    £200.00 / $325.00 / €250.00

    LIMITED 978-0-9568738-1-1

    £600.00 / $995.00 / €750.00

    300 × 390 mm (11¾ × 15⅜ in)

    Hardback, 192 pp

  • List of Illustrations

    p. 6 Image © Mary McCartney

    p. 8 Philippe Parreno, Firefly, 2014, ink on paper, 29.7 × 21 cm

    © Philippe Parreno

    p. 11 Gerhard Richter, Betty [CR 663-5], 1988, oil on canvas,

    102 × 72 cm © Gerhard Richter

    p. 13 Damien Hirst, Milk Jug (2016). Photo by Prudence

    Cuming Associates Ltd © Damien Hirst and Science Ltd.

    pp. 14–15 Cathy Wilkes, Element from Untitled, 2019. Mixed

    Media. Photo: Patrick Jameson. Courtesy of The Artist and

    The Modern Institute/Toby Webster Ltd, Glasgow © Cathy

    Wilkes

    Cathy Wilkes, Polymer Gravure with Chine-collé.

    20 × 30 cm. Photo: Patrick Jameson. Courtesy of The Artist

    and The Modern Institute/Toby Webster Ltd, Glasgow

    © Cathy Wilkes

    pp. 18–19 All images © Shantell Martin

    pp. 20–21 Damien Hirst, Vei l of Creation (2018). Photo by

    Prudence Cuming Associates Ltd © Damien Hirst and

    Science Ltd.

    Damien Hirst, Veil of Joy (2018). Photo by Prudence Cuming

    Associates Ltd © Damien Hirst and Science Ltd.

    Damien Hirst, Veil of Love Fulfilled (2018). Photo by Prudence

    Cuming Associates Ltd © Damien Hirst and Science Ltd.

    Damien Hirst, Veil of Fleeting Glances (2018). Photo by

    Prudence Cuming Associates Ltd © Damien Hirst and

    Science Ltd.

    p. 24 Chuck Close, Self-Portrait, 1997, Oil on canvas;

    259.1 × 213.4 cm (102 × 84 in.), The Museum of Modern Art,

    New York. Gift of Agnes Gund, Jo Carole and Ronald S.

    Lauder, Donald L. Bryant, Jr., Leon Black, Michael and Judy

    Ovitz, Anna Marie and Robert F. Shapiro, Leila and Melville

    Straus, Doris and Donald Fisher, and purchase. © Chuck

    Close. Courtesy Pace Gallery. Photo: Ellen Page Wilson

    Peter Saul, Brush Your Teeth, 2003, Acrylic on canvas,

    170.18 × 160.02 cm (67 × 63 in.) Private Collection.

    © Peter Saul. Courtesy the artist.

    p. 25 Photograph Elena Olivo.

    Image © Guno Park

    p. 26 All images © David Bailey

    p. 27 Ralph Gibson, Sheila, Chelsea Hotel, 1969 © Ralph Gibson

    Ralph Gibson, From Deja-Vu, 1972 © Ralph Gibson

    p. 28 All images © Koo Jeong A

    p. 29 All images © Zarina Bhimji

    pp. 30–31 All images © Gilbert & George

    p. 32 Francis Bacon, ‘Study for Portrait of John Edwards’,

    1984, Oiloncanvas – 198 × 147.5cm – Private Collection. Photo:

    Kent Pell, Courtesy Acquavella Galleries © The Estate of

    Francis Bacon. All rights reserved, ADAGP, Paris 2016.

    Francis Bacon, Study from the Human Body, 1949. 147.5 × 131

    cm. National Gallery of Victoria, Melbourne. © The Estate of

    Francis Bacon. All rights reserved, ADAGP, Paris 2016.

    p. 33 Francis Bacon, Jet of Water, 1979, Oil on canvas –

    198 × 147.5 cm – Private collection, Photo: Prudence Cuming

    Associates Ltd, © The Estate of Francis Bacon.

    Francis Bacon, Portrait of George Dyer in a Mirror, 1968, Oil

    on canvas – 198 × 147 cm – Fundacíon Thyssen-Bornemisza,

    Madrid. Photo: Hugo Maertens, © The Estate of Francis Bacon.

    p. 34 Will Scott, Paignton, Devon © Will Scott

    p. 35 All images © Kai Schäfer

    p. 36 Photograph Mike O’Meally

    Blondey McCoy, A vegan abroad (2017) © Blondey McCoy

    p. 37 Conor Harrington, Untitled, 2016, oil and spray paint on

    linen, 200 × 150 cm © Conor Harrington

    Conor Harrington, Where The Giants Roam, 2016, oil and

    spray paint on linen, 200 × 250 cm © Conor Harrington

    p. 38 Marcantonio Franceschini, The Guardian Angel, 1716.

    Image by Permission of the Trustees of Dulwich Picture

    Gallery © Dulwich Picture Gallery

    Stik, The Guardian Angel, 2012. Photograph Peter Falkner

    © Stik

    p. 40 Simone Fattal, Coloured glass (4), 2015, watercolour,

    33.2 × 25 cm © Simone Fattal

    Simone Fattal, My house, 2015, watercolour, 24.5 × 32 cm

    © Simone Fattal

    p. 41 All images © Eugénie Paultre

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    Index

    Available through trade distribution: 9781912122141 Bailey’s Peru David Bailey p. 26

    9780956404190 Street Art Fine Art Ingrid Beazley p. 38

    9780956873866 Street Art Book Art Ingrid Beazley p. 39

    9781912122189 Lead White Zarina Bhimji p. 29

    9781912122028 What is Gilbert & George? Michael Bracewell p. 31

    9780993316104 Night Orchids Brian Clarke p. 45

    9780993316135 Iggy Pop Life Class Jeremy Deller p. 25

    9781912122103 Self-Exposure Ralph Gibson p. 27

    9780993316180 Watch Your Palace Fall Conor Harrington p. 37

    9780956873880 Francis Bacon: France and Monaco Martin Harrison p. 32

    9780956927316 Francis Bacon Catalogue Raisonné Martin Harrison (Ed.) p. 33

    9781912122066 Colour Space Damien Hirst p. 12

    9781912122295 Veil Paintings Damien Hirst p. 21

    9780956873835 An Excuse to Draw Tommy Kane p. 46

    9780993316173 All My Photographs are Made with Pens Tommy Kane p. 46

    9780956873804 Seventy Two Lucy Liu p. 46

    9780992926809 Long Live Southbank Long Live Southbank p. 46

    9780993316111 Twelfth Night Mary McCartney p. 46

    9781912122233 Paris Nude Mary McCartney p. 7

    9780956404169 Lillies and Objects Sabine Moritz p. 44

    9780993010309 Helicopter Sabine Moritz p. 44

    9780993010385 Sea King Sabine Moritz p. 44

    9781912122240 The Richter Interviews Hans Ulrich Obrist p. 10

    9781912122165 Gilbert & George: The Great Exhibition Hans Ulricht Obrist, p. 30 Daniel Birnbaum (Eds.)

    9781912122110 Fireflies Philippe Parreno p. 9

    9780993010323 November (DE) Gerhard Richter p. 42

    5150

    9780993010316 November (EN) Gerhard Richter p. 42

    9780956404138 September (IT) Gerhard Richter p. 42

    9780956404145 September (ES) Gerhard Richter p. 42

    9780956404152 Night Sketches Gerhard Richter p. 42

    9781912122134 WORLDRECORDS Kai Schäfer p. 35

    9781912122042 Seaside Shelters Will Scott p. 34

    9780993010354 Interviews on Art Robert Storr p. 24

    9781912122288 Writings on Art 1980-2005 Robert Storr p. 17

    9780956404176 Cage: Six Tableaux de Gerhard Richter (FR) Robert Storr p. 43

    9781912122271 Shantell Martin: Lines Katherine Stout, Hans Ulrich Obrist p. 18

    9780993010392 Groovy Bob Harriet Vyner p. 46

    9780956873842 Goldstruck (Standard) Stephen Webster p. 46

    9780956873897 Goldstruck (Limited) Stephen Webster p. 46

    9781912122264 Cathy Wilkes Zoe Whitley p. 15

    Titles exclusively distributed by HENI:

    9780993316197 King’s X David Bailey p. 46

    9780993316142 NW1 David Bailey p. 46

    9781912122172 The Art of Light Brian Clarke p. 45

    9781912122011 Spitfires Brian Clarke p. 45

    9781912122004 Watercolours Simone Fattal p. 40

    9781912122035 Nomos Alpha Koo Jeong A p. 28

    9780956873811 Seventy Two (Limited) Lucy Liu p. 46

    9781912122257 Paris Nude (Limited Edition) Mary McCartney p. 7

    9781912122127 ‘Us & Chem.’ Blondey McCoy p. 36

    9781912122097 Outline Eugénie Paultre p. 41

    9780993316166 40 Tage Gerhard Richter p. 42

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