Prunella Clough was one of the best and most original artists to emerge in the second half of the twentieth century.
320 pages. This remarkable book, a masterpiece of photojournalism was launched at Osborne Samuel on Janaury 15th.
For the first time, a camera goes deep inside the sacred space of the All Black camp. Best-selling photojournalist Nick Danziger and writer James Kerr have been granted unprecedented access to the All Black environment as the team builds towards the 2011 Rugby World Cup. 256pp.
Catalogue to accompany the Centenary Exhibition at Osborne Samuel Gallery from 2 – 19 September 2015.
Catalogue for the exhibition at Osborne Samuel Gallery, 1 – 20 September 2014. 64pp.
No animal has captured the human imagination quite like the horse, depicted in media from cave drawings thousands of years ago through countless renderings in paint, clay, ink, even film. Award-winning photographer Tim Flach’s quest to document the horse has resulted in Equus, an intensely moving look at an animal - as solitary subject and en masse, from the air and from underwater - whose history is so powerfully linked to our own. 300pp.
Since the wolf first snuck into the caves of our ancestors to take warmth from the fire, dogs have been man's constant companion. Dogs delves deep into the psyche of this enduring bond to create an exquisite study of man's best friend. 215pp.
Award-winning photographer Tim Flach has spent years enquiring into the essential bond we have with animals. Now, he presents the culmination of years of tireless, expert endeavour, an extraordinary body of work in which each image is more striking and powerful than the last. 300pp.
Catalogue for the exhibition at Osborne Samuel Gallery, 30 November – 22 December 2017.
This book is the first to focus on Eileen Gray’s important but essentially private work as a painter. Includes 60 colour illustrations. 104pp.
Published to accompany Sean Henry’s 2016 solo show ‘Time Being’ at Osborne Samuel in London.
A new catalogue covering the exhibition Sean Henry: The Way It Is at Osborne Samuel Gallery in May 2012. Printed in softback with 45 colour pages, containing an essay by Art Critic Ann Elliott.