Philippe Halsman: Astonish Me!

Halsman’s relentless creativity kept his magnificent imagery alive and allowed him to construct a vivid picture of prosperous American society.

Illustration Now! Fashion

It’s easy to forget that every dress, coat and shoe begins as an illustration. Julius Wiedemann draws attention to the industry’s reliance on this skill.

Liberty: British Colour Pattern

Referred to by Oscar Wilde as “the chosen resort of the artistic shopper”, Liberty has maintained its creative relevance for more than a century.

A Brush with the Real: Figurative Painting Today

Marc Valli’s introduction reminds the reader of the value inherent in painting and its place in the digital world.

Marcel Broodthaers

In this incredibly authoritative volume, Marie-Puck brings back to life her father’s photographs and exhibition chronology.

The Style of Coworking

The Style of Coworking showcases a staggering array of working spaces, including places long-abandoned and reclaimed by enterprising visionaries who infused them with personality and style.

Peter Beard: Into the Wild

Embodying the titles of photographer, collector, diarist and writer, Beard journeyed the path less travelled.

William Kentridge: Fortuna

“Fortuna” is a concept employed by the acclaimed South African artist William Kentridge to describe his creative process. It implies more than simple chance but less than a fully conceived plan: a kind of engineered luck.


It’s an outstanding feat for any British film company to reach its first birthday – Warp has hit 10 consecutive anniversaries, adding yet more titles to its body of work.

New Graphic Design

With over 500 pages of superb colour images, the canvases for the work range from book covers, magazines and posters to scarves, apps and music videos.

100 Works of Art That Will Define Our Age

Recognising pieces from 1989 to the present day, Grovier has created a compelling list of works that have had the greatest impact in recent times.

Art Cities of the Future: 21st Century Avant-Gardes

Art Cities of the Future examines the relationship between place and experimental creativity, picking out avant-gardes from 12 specific locations.

Eyemazing: The New Collectible Art Photography

Eyemazing: The New Collectible Art Photography presents a phenomenal range of works, all assembled from the best of the magazine of the same name.

Bright Nights: Photographs of Another New York

Street photographer Tod Seelie’s version of the city in Bright Nights completely redefines the concept of classic New York and is adamantly devoid of clichés.

The Modern Magazine

Jeremy Leslie takes the magazine and questions how it is defined and how it has evolved over the past 10 years.

Comics Art

Paul Gravett’s painstakingly researched volume offers an eloquent polemic on the art of comics, populated with a wide and diverse selection of the art it examines.

Olafur Eliasson

Referring to his role as an artist as one that is “to create a situation in which the viewer is at the centre”, Eliasson’s main preoccupation is the audience.

WeeGee: Murder is My Business

Weegee’s unique documentary portraits of New York crime scenes coincided with the end of the Depression, the repeal of Prohibition, and a governmental crackdown on organised crime.

Lee Miller in Fashion

Described by Life photographer David E. Scherman as a “renaissance woman”, Lee Miller balanced a career as a model and an incredibly talented photographer.

The Complete Zaha Hadid

Zaha Hadid is a phenomenon. The first woman to win the Pritzker Prize for Architecture in its 26 years, she defined a radical new approach to the field.