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[sliders_pack id="6618"] In 2014 Alan Ward purchased a substantial collection of ‘quarter plate’ glass negatives on a whim, from an eBay seller in Brighton, that had no provenance. With a few clues offered up in the images and the original boxes they came in, he pieced...

[sliders_pack id="6615"] This new 'director's cut' of Two Blue Buckets, originally designed in 1988 by Axis, contains new text by Gerry Badger, a discussion between David Campany and Fraser, and 19 missing images from the original. Quoting from Gerry Badger’s essay in the book:‘It is clear that...

[sliders_pack id="6610"] Neville Gabie was invited to make a new work which responds to the history of the former Young’s Brewery and to the sites future prospects as a residential and commercial development in the heart of London. The work he proposed was to re-staged Dinner...

[sliders_pack id="6620"] A catalogue to accompany the exhibition will be available from 15 November. Including black and white images of Prestwich Mental Hospital in 1972, Yates’s Wine Lodges 1982-3, colour Point of Sale photographs from 1986 and the Guardian Cities Project in 2008 as well as...

[sliders_pack id="6622"] "The title of this collaboration between poet and photographer comes from the poem ‘Confessional’. A mother tells her sleeping child how the perfect, single love of pregnancy has given way in ‘the dyad dark’ to something profound and volatile, the recognition of separateness. Supplementing...

[sliders_pack id="6624"] Shakespeare by McBean collects 300 images, many never before published, taken by the renowned photographer Angus McBean. Incorporating images from every one of Shakespeare's plays performed at the RSC, with some from the Old Vic, between the years 1945-62, it is a veritable who's...

[sliders_pack id="6630"] Live the Life that You Dream commissioned and published by InSite Arts, documents the contemporary installations by artist Mark Titchner, installed in One St Peters Square, Manchester. The artworks were commissioned by Argent, Glenn Howell Architects and on-site art consultants InSite Arts, the works employ...

[sliders_pack id="6627"] The definitive guide to the Lord Leverhulme Collection at the Lady Lever Art Gallery in Port Sunlight. This publication was 2 years in the making in terms of design and proofing. It has a complex hierarchy of typography, which entailed extensive style sheet development...

[sliders_pack id="6633"] Recalling the short-lived Bureau de Recherches Surréalistes of 1924−1925 − part information centre and ‘public relations’ office, and part surrealist archive − Mark Dion trawled through the Manchester Museum’s own collections and found the raw material for this book and a new installation for...

[sliders_pack id="6636"] Days before he died Akinori Hosaka said to Richard Goulding, “I am not a wealthy man but, because of judo in my heart, I am a millionaire”. This statement led to a five year project and the resulting photographs are now published as a monograph...