Part travel diary and part love letter to the cities of Tokyo and Osaka, In Bloom is a searing, hyper-visual journey into the heart of Japanese underground culture and an ode to the overwhelming experience of seeing a place with the eyes of a stranger for the first time.
A new publication illustrating all works in the forthcoming John Golding retrospective at Museum of Modern Art, Mexico and featuring key essays by authors and curators.
A detailed discussion of Munro’s spectacular large-scale immersive art installations, including the Field of Light series, in striking locations in the USA, Australia, Japan, the UK and Scandinavia.
80+ page book, featuring interviews, articles, studio and artwork images of all Makoto’s best work. Including never seen before new pieces and photos from his new exhibition in September 2023 at Messums London.
This catalogue was published to coincide with the Tate Gallery’s major retrospective exhibition of Kossoff’s work. Leon Kossoff is one of the most distinctive British artists of the post-war period.
This in-depth book details Elisabeth Frink’s career from 1984 to her death in 1993, including a catalogue raisonné of her sculpture since 1984. Hardback book with 310 illustrations, 111 in colour.
The first comprehensive overview of the life and work of pioneering British sculptor Frank Dobson (1886-1963). In the 1920s and 1930s Dobson was an important member of the British avant garde.
Author Tom Flynn considers the full range of Sean Henry’s work from four different viewpoints, in successive chapters: Technique and Scale; Colour and Realism; Theatricality; and Location and Environment.
Published to accompany Sean Henry’s 2020 solo show ‘Waiting For The Sun’ at Osborne Samuel in London. The figures echo some of the artist’s earliest works.
Elisabeth Frink: Sculpture is a catalogue raisonné and a celebration of the work of this most popular English artist, documenting and illustrating all her sculpture from the late 1940s until 1984.
A 100+ page, fully illustrated book published to accompany the exhibition features essays by Julia Blackburn, Isabel de Vasconcellos and Steve Hurst illuminating aspects of Laurence Edwards’s practice.
A 185 page book celebrating the first five years of programming at Messums Wiltshire. Writing by art historian and broadcaster Andrew Graham-Dixon, former BBC Arts editor Will Gompertz and authors Tanya Harrod and Robert McCrum.

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