In Other Words is a collection of urgent reflections, created by 49 artists over 4 months in 2020 exploring their hopes and fears for the future at a time of global crisis. Through prose, poetry, drawing, collage and photography it is a clarion call for change from a diverse group rich in wisdom, shared experience, and what it means to be marginalised in the UK.
Documentation of exhibition by Katja Schenker.
Kindly donated for the Swiss Live Art Study Room Guide.
A publication on the work of Claudia Bucher with texts by Eva Kramis, Heige Meyer, Max Huwyler, Guy André Mayor, Ruedi Schill, Permin Bossart and Adrian Hossli.
In German and English.
Kindly donated for the Swiss Live Art Study Room Guide.
A selection of poems and illustrations.
Kindly donated as part of the Swiss Live Art Study Room Guide.
Text in German.
Video documentation of the book launch, as part of LADA Screens. Includes 4 videos.
An occasional publication that aims to collate and investigate ideas around place, or more specifically: “indeterminate geographies”. In the third issue, the topic is ‘refuge’.
Part of the Library of Performing Rights (P3041)
All appointment negatives and notes from the first year of the Vorticist project (Oct 2007 – Dec 2008) printed in a cloth bound and embossed book.
Signed and numbered edition of 100 (77/100).
Exhibition catalogue; Summerhall, 2/8 – 24/9 2017.
Publication that emerged from, and was inspired by, an exhibition held across Southampton’s John Hansard Gallery and SeaCity Museum in 2014.
Featuring rarely seen multimedia works, this book shows how Lynch applies his powerful imagination and visual language across genres. Exhibition publication: November 30, 2018–April 28, 2019, Bonnefantenmuseum.
A definitive selection of new and classic images of Jimmy, which includes the backstory of how the two became such great collaborators.
Marks the finissage of Abboud’s solo exhibition The Horse, the Bird, the Tree and the Stone at Bildmuseet (Sweden, 21 May – 17 September 2017) and the inauguration of her solo show The pomegranate and the sleeping ghoul at Darat al Funun-The Khalid Shoman Foundation (Jordan, 10 October 2017 – 11 January 2018).
A curated collection of 37 amazing full-page coloring designs that will take you on an inspiring adventure through nature. Each whimsical design, illustrated in vibrant detail, offers a fun and easy way to unleash your inner artist and to exercise your creativity.
Cataloguing Pfahler's recent projects for the 2008 Whitney Biennial, the volume also features her most notorious body-art performances and pieces. Numerous full-bleed photographs capture the making of the Biennial artworks, the preparation for her live show, the performance itself and the aftermath.
Four books published as part of STRONG LANGUAGE, published by Tim Etchells:
M John Harrison: Real Dreams
Courttia Newland: That Small Death
Joolz Denby: Dandelion
Selina Thompson: 12 Race Card Answers
A dual catalogue and archival exposé that explores the pivotal exhibition, Coming to Power: 25 Years of Sexually X-Plicit Art By Women, originally curated by the late artist, Ellen Cantor, in 1993, along with its re-staging in 2016 by curator Pati Hertling and artist Julie Tolentino.
Part of the Library of Performing Rights (LPR) (P3041).
Contains Courts drawings, notes, sketches and ideas for performance from his notebooks over a period of five years.
Exhibition catalogue; comprises essays and a section containing documents, hitherto unpublished interviews and a gallery discussion. Exhibition: 27 January – 1 May 2017, Museum Tinguely, Basel.
Published as part of the eponymous exhibition at the Barbican 14 July – 4 September. Surveys the Icelandic artist's practice from his student work to today.
This item can be found in the locked glass cabinet.
Transcript from a performance; Live Art and Performance Art sessions, School of Arts, Oxford Brookes University
Publication accompanying the eponymous exhibition at the Transition Gallery, 16 June-15 July 2007; with texts by a number of writers including Iain Sinclair, Charlie Porter and Ruth Jarvis.
Published for the eponymous exhibition; Arts Santa Monica, Barcelona, February-April 2014.
Artist’s book, with fourteen of Lapschina’s works, and two essays. Signed and numbered limited edition of 500.
This is the first book on Mexican artist’s broad range of production, bringing together two- and three-dimensional works, records of actions, sound and film recordings and archival materials, enabling a reading of Mayer’s place in the construction of feminist practice in Mexico. In Spanish and English.
Quarterly publication on art and parenting in the age of austerity. Issue 1, Spring 2016. Issue 2, Summer 2016. Issue 3, High Summer 2016. Issue 4, Autumn 2016. Issue 5, Summer 2017.
This volume collects four tales interspersed with ink drawings by the artist which illustrate his memoirs on gay love, memory and desire in contemporary America.
Monograph. Includes artworks and writings by Pepe Espaliu, introductory essay by Juan V. Aliaga, with additional essays by Adrian Searle and Marie-Laure Bernadac.
This exhibition catalogue documents and illuminates the poetic explorations of materiality and time that pervade Smykla’s work, connecting objects he made in the 1990s with recent work that is the outcome of his ephemeral performative practice.
On the occasion of a major exhibition, performance, and film premiere, this book considers Matthew Barney's epic seven-year project, an odyssey of death and its mythologies. The book also includes contributions by Jonathan Bepler, Homi K. Bhabha, Hilton Als, as well as facsimiles of the playbills produced for the related live performances.
Exhibition catalogue presenting an assessment of Rodney's work employing a wide range of art forms in which self-portraiture and the body are often conduits for wider social and political narratives.
Collection including previously unpublished essays by Smithson and gathers hard-to-find articles, interviews, and photographs, as well as a full picture of his wide-ranging views on art and culture. This item is part of the Study Room Guide to Remoteness (P2600).
Exploring the life and works of Guy de Cointet who explored language through performance and visual art.
David Wojnarowicz explores memory, the longing for love and sexuality in the specter of AIDS. Cartoons, paintings and writings.
Spanning over 15 years, Occupations is the most comprehensive survey of Jordan McKenzie's work to date. Beginning in the 1990s, through an engagement with body based and queer performance practices, his work has gone on to explore drawing as a live activity as well as questions of class and identity.
The Days of the Child Prodigy are Over is a project that began in 2011. It started with a dialogue between Rakel McMahon and Bergpora Snaebjornsdottir, a.k.a Wunderkind Collective, where one used drawings and the other texts to communicate. The aim being to explore the idea of the genius from the point of view of individual experience and its implicit absurdity – the conflict that arises when a person tries to search for meaning in a universe he or she can never understand the inherent meaning of.
In a series of twenty-four candid interviews with influential women artists, author Zora von Burden gives some of the most influential cultural innovators of this generation a voice, and probes the depths of how and why they broke through society’s limitations to create works of outstanding measure.
To accompany an exhibition of Leigh Bowery’s costumes in Vienna called Xstravaganza: Staging Leigh Bowery, Donald Urquhart has created what he calls a Leigh-zine. Donald Urquhart, who lives and works in Paris, was a close friend of Leigh Bowery’s. The artist’s book comprises reminiscences of Leigh Bowery and numerous descriptions of his costumes.
A collection of materials – posters, notes, drawings, programmes – mainly on two performances by the Japanese Artist – “Carrying a Baby Pig on my Back”; “Gaikotsu (Skull) Parade”. Miscellaneous printed material in large box.
A selection of drawings made between 1997 and 2009.
A fully illustrated colour catalogue documenting the 2009 retrospective exhibition of the artist Stuart Sherman.