- All Books
- Grosvenor School
- Lynn Chadwick
- Henry Moore
- Modern British Art
This illustrated catalogue raisonné of his sculpture is published in a revised and expanded edition which incorporates Chadwick’s complete sculptural oeuvre up to his death in 2003
This volume is dedicated to three distinguished personalities in the world of arts and letters, Nikos Hadjikyriakos-Ghika, John Craxton and Patrick Leigh Fermor. It is a celebration of how their art, literary writings and lives lived in close friendship coalesced, influenced by the exploration of a land native to but one of the three. 250pp
Prunella Clough was one of the best and most original artists to emerge in the second half of the twentieth century.
Catalogue for the exhibition Prunella Clough: Unconsidered Wastelands at Osborne Samuel Gallery 16 April – 16 May 2015.
Contemporary Art in the Middle East showcases the most engaging, cutting-edge contemporary art coming out of the region today. 240pp
This new book which accompanied the exhibition at Dulwich Picture Gallery illustrates over 120 linocuts, drawings and posters by Grosvenor School artists and its thematic layout focuses on the key components which made up their dynamic and rhythmic visual imagery. 192pp.
64pp colour illustrated exhibition catalogue published in 2013
This catalogue was published to accompany an exhibition which commemorates the 80th Anniversary of The First Exhibition of British Linocuts which was held in London in June 1929. 48pp
Catalogue to accompany the Centenary Exhibition at Osborne Samuel Gallery from 2 – 19 September 2015.
320 pages. This remarkable book, a masterpiece of photojournalism was launched at Osborne Samuel in January 2020.
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 for With a Conscious Eye an exhibition showcasing images by three photographers working in a reflective documentary tradition, David Constantine, Nick Danziger and Justin Partyka. 56pp