‘Journey of the Mind’ is a publication and travelling exhibition by Without Shape Without Form (WSWF), the UK’s first, and currently only, permanent Sikh art gallery. The publication and exhibition have been created to share the teachings of Sikhism through artworks and stories, and features text by Koi and artwork by Kanwar Singh. The cloth-bound hardback publication is co-published by Without Shape Without Form and Anomie Special Projects, and is being launched to coincide with the start of the exhibition tour at Library of Birmingham in November 2021. Read more
Anomie Publishing’s Autumn 2021 brochure is now available to view online and to download, featuring recent and forthcoming titles along with information about our backlist publications. On the cover this season is ‘Untitled (Seated Man)’, a painting in oil by the late Antiguan artist Frank Walter, whose exhibition at Ingleby Gallery has been staged for the Edinburgh Art Festival 2021. Read more and download brochure
Following the success of ‘The Anomie Review of Contemporary British Painting’, this new, second volume documents solo exhibitions staged since 2018 by sixty artists born or living in Britain. Featured artists and exhibitions include Hurvin Anderson at Rat Hole Gallery, Tokyo; Frank Bowling at Tate Britain; Lisa Brice at Stephen Friedman Gallery, London; Gareth Cadwallader at Josh Lilley, London; Denzil Forrester at Nottingham Contemporary; Sophie von Hellermann at Pilar Corrias, London; Matthew Krishanu at Midlands Arts Centre, Birmingham; Joy Labinjo at BALTIC, Gateshead; France-Lise McGurn at Simon Lee, London; Jenny Saville at Gagosian, New York; Anj Smith at MOSTYN, Llandudno; Tim Stoner at Modern Art, London; Phoebe Unwin at Towner Eastbourne, and many more. Read more
Mariele Neudecker is a German-born, Bristol-based artist working at the crossover of art and science. Her multimedia practice, which incorporates sculpture, video, painting and sound, explores topics including perception, the environment and visual politics. The nineteenth-century German romantic sublime is a source of inspiration, as is Neudecker’s work with scientists, both as a guest artist on the Arts at CERN programme and on her trips to the Arctic and elsewhere.
This major monograph, published following the first ‘SEDIMENT’ exhibition at Limerick City Gallery of Art and coinciding with a new iteration at Hestercombe, Somerset, presents more than 200 works from a 35-year-long career and features contributions from Greer Crawley, Professor Klaus Dodds, Dominic Gray, Ariane Koek, Pontus Kyander, Úna McCarthy, Professor Kerstin Mey, James Peto and Alice Sharp. Read more
Bill Woodrow (b.1948) and Richard Deacon (b.1949) have been making sculpture together since 1990. This book presents their shared sculptures and drawings, showcasing the work they have made together over the last thirty years, exhibition by exhibition. The introductory text, by Dr Jon Wood, explores the ways in which their shared sculptures and drawings have led them both into new artistic terrain, outside their individual practices. The publication has been released to coincide with an exhibition at Ikon gallery, Birmingham, UK, in autumn 2021. Read more
His work was unknown during his lifetime, but in the decade since his death Frank Walter (1926–2009) has emerged as one of the most distinctive and intriguing Caribbean voices of the last fifty years. Painted on whatever material came most readily to hand, his works describe a visionary artist rooted in the landscape of Antigua, the island of his birth.
The publication, co-published by Ingleby, Edinburgh, and Anomie, London, features contributions by Barbara Paca, Professor Paget Henry, Kenneth M. Milton and Mary-Elisabeth Moore. Edited and produced by Ingleby, the publication has been designed by Joanna Deans / Identity and printed by Graphius, Ghent. Read more
Anomie Publishing’s Spring 2021 brochure is now available to view online and to download, featuring recent and forthcoming titles along with information about our backlist publications. On the cover this season is ‘Evacuate’ (2010), a mixed-media installation with game feathers by British artist Kate MccGwire from her forthcoming major monograph. Also new this season is the first monograph on the work of the winner of the 2018 John Moores Painting Prize, Jacqui Hallum, co-published by Anomie and Kingsgate Project Space, London. Read more and download brochure
Anomie Publishing, in partnership with Kingsgate Project Space, London, is delighted to present the first monograph on the work of London-born, Devon-based artist Jacqui Hallum. The publication documents Hallum’s solo exhibition at The Walker Art Gallery, Liverpool (10 October 2019 – 1 March 2020), along with a series of solo, two-person and group exhibitions held between 2014 and 2020. Hallum’s solo exhibition at The Walker Art Gallery followed a three-month fellowship at Liverpool John Moores University, which resulted from winning the prestigious John Moores Painting Prize in 2018. Read more
Kate MccGwire is an internationally renowned British sculptor whose practice revolves around the uncanny. Employing natural materials and in particular, feathers, MccGwire creates arresting, otherworldly sculptures and site-specific works, often rendering the familiar strange and disturbing. This major monograph, featuring essays by Dr Catriona McAra and Jane Neal, presents works spanning MccGwire’s career, from the unsettling textile works of the turn of the millennium through to the fantastical site-specific installation and interventions of her solo exhibition in 2020 at Harewood House, Leeds. Read more
Anomie is proud to announce that it is celebrating the release of its thirtieth title. Launched in autumn 2013, Anomie now has three imprints: Anomie Publishing, Anomie Academic and Anomie Special Projects, through which it publishes or co-publishes titles in partnership with art galleries, arts organisations and artist studios across the public, commercial, independent and charitable sectors. We’d like to say a big thank you to all the many amazing artists, galleries, writers, photographers, designers, editors, reprographers, printers, binders, distributors, shippers, sales reps, bookshops and booksellers who work so hard to make our books special and get them out into the world. We’d also like to thank everyone who purchases our titles and supports our activities – independent arts publishing can be a challenging industry and there is little more satisfying than knowing that a reader has enjoyed a publication on our lists. Read more