Summer Sale

We’re having a big sale on the majority of our printed publications. From catalogues to our non-fiction work we have an excellent selection of reduced items.

All publications below are now reduced to just £1 each + p.p.

Respective Perspective – Patrick Hughes and Paul Critchley

At the heart of Patrick Hughes and Paul Critchley practice is a child like curiosity
and delight in the magical illusion of space that can be explored and created through visual language.

Size Matters – Exploring scale in the Arts Council Collection

Size Matters was conceived and selected by Natalie Rudd, sculpture curator of the Arts Council collection. A book of this kind is a unique opportunity to delver deeper into the issues surrounding size and form.

Urban Traces: Ceramics and the city

U.T.C.T.C explores the significance of architecture and the city in studio ceramics. It aims to show that urban aesthetics and urban narratives are powerfully present in the work of past, present and emerging ceramic artists.

A lasting Impression – Catalogue

An exhibition of Yorkshire landscapes and beyond by INKERS contemporary printmakers and guest artist Katherine Holmes.

Defining spaces by Sally Freshwater

Defining spaces brings together a major collection of work by artist Sally Freshwater.

Sine Language by Hetain Patel

From patterned inscriptions to experiments with movement and rhythm, much of Hetain Patel’s practice is focussed on the body, specifically his own body where his explorations are geared not so much towards finding new forms of representation, but rather to investigate the corporeal as a performative arena for knowing and making himself known to the world.

Tampered Surface – Six artists from Pakistan

An exhibition of sculpture, painting, printmaking, photography and mixed media.

Refuge: Testimonies of a lost home

Refuge is a timely, powerful and challenging exhibition that explores and contests the notion of home, identity, migration and exile.

Out of the ordinary/extraordinary: Japanese contemporary photography