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 (1926–2009), whose exhibition at Ingleby Gallery has been staged for the Edinburgh Art Festival 2021. Walter’s work was unknown during his lifetime, but in the decade since his death he has emerged as one of the most distinctive Caribbean voices of the last fifty years.
Also featured is information about The Anomie Review of Contemporary British Painting 2, the new anthology documenting solo exhibitions by sixty contemporary painters born or living in Britain. Artists and venues featured include Hurvin Anderson at Rat Hole Gallery, Tokyo; Frank Bowling at Tate Britain; Lisa Brice at Stephen Friedman Gallery, London; Denzil Forrester at Nottingham Contemporary; Claudette Johnson at Modern Art Oxford; Matthew Krishanu at Midlands Arts Centre, Birmingham; Joy Labinjo at BALTIC, Gateshead; Jenny Saville at Gagosian, New York; Anj Smith at MOSTYN, Llandudno; and Phoebe Unwin at Towner Eastbourne. The complete list of featured artists is included in the brochure.
The next title released this season is Bill Woodrow & Richard Deacon: A Democratic Process – Shared Sculptures and Drawings, which is the first publication to showcase the work they have made together over the past thirty years. The publication has been released to coincide with an exhibition of their shared drawings at IKON gallery, Birmingham, UK, in autumn 2021.
Also released this autumn is Mariele Neudecker – SEDIMENT. This major monograph, published following the first ‘SEDIMENT’ exhibition at Limerick City Gallery of Art and coinciding with a new iteration at Hestercombe, Somerset, in autumn 2021, presents more than 200 works at the interface of art, science and the environment from the 35-year-long career of the German-born, Bristol-based multimedia artist.
Coming soon is the second release under the Anomie Special Projects imprint – a publication entitled Journey of the Mind, co-published by Without Shape Without Form – the first, and currently only – permanent Sikh gallery space in Britain. The publication has been created as an introduction to the history, stories and teachings of Sikhism, illustrated here by means of digital paintings by world-renowned Amritsar-born, Canada-based Sikh artist Kanwar Singh. The publication accompanies a touring exhibition and will be launched in November 2021.
To view and to download a copy of the Anomie Autumn 2021 brochure, please click on the image above.