Anomie Publishing’s Spring 2022 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 Cabeza de Cristal III, 2021, one of the remarkable glass sculptural busts featured in the latest title from Manolo Valdés, one of the most significant post-war Spanish artists. A key member of the Equipo Crónica until 1981, in 1989 he moved to New York. Major solo exhibitions include at the Guggenheim Bilbao, the Reina Sofía, Madrid, the New York Botanical Garden, and the Château Royale de Chambord, France.
Also featured is London-based painter Sarah Medway’s second publication from Anomie Publishing, which is devoted to the subject of the River Thames. The publication presents a series of twenty-eight oil paintings created in Medway’s canal-side studio in central London during the Covid-19 lockdowns of 2020-21. As well as group exhibitions at institutions such as Tate Britain, the Whitechapel, the Royal Academy, the World Trade Center and Austin Museum of Art, Medway’s solo shows include Flowers East, London, Chelsea Hotel, New York, Kienbaum Gallery, Frankfurt, The Mandalai, Thailand, and Atelier Gallery, Spain.
Anomie is delighted to announce that following the sell-out success of Jadé Fadojutimi’s first trade release, Jesture, co-published by Pippy Houldsworth Gallery and Anomie Publishing in January 2021, the publication is being reprinted and will be available again in spring 2022. Fadojutimi has been selected for inclusion in the International Pavilion at this year’s edition of the Venice Biennale.
Also reprinted this season is Daphne Oram – An Individual Note, co-published by the Daphne Oram Trust and Anomie Academic. Supported by a Kickstarter campaign and the Daphne Oram Trust, this new edition of Oram’s seminal 1971 publication was published in 2016 and is now in its third reprint.
To view and to download a copy of the Anomie Spring 2022 brochure, please click on the image above.