Anomie Publishing's Summer 2023 brochure is now available to view online and to download, featuring recent and forthcoming titles along with information about our backlist publications.
In this, Anomie’s tenth-anniversary year, we are delighted to be publishing our fiftieth title. We would like to take this opportunity to thank all of the amazing artists, galleries, arts organisations, supporters, writers, editors, photographers, designers, reprographers, production managers, printers, binders, handlers, distributors, sales reps, shippers, wholesalers and retailers who have helped to make, publish, distribute and sell our books.
On the cover this summer is Alastair Gordon's oil and acrylic painting I Could Be the Walrus (2018). Works by Gordon (b. 1978, Edinburgh) speak to some of the most enduring questions art proposes: illusion, lamentation and the power of images to shape perceptions of reality. Gordon’s paintings bring the historic languages of genre painting and the quodlibet into a contemporary discourse that pushes boundaries of realism, figuration and illusionism to celebrate everyday moments. This first monograph of the artist’s career includes around 180 paintings, drawings and documentational photographs, introducing this accomplished and engaging new voice in British painting.
Also new this season is a monograph on Honor Titus. Titus (b. 1989, Brooklyn) is an American artist who lives and works in Los Angeles. A self-taught painter, Titus is deeply influenced by his creative past as a musician and poet. Titus’s paintings, often suffused with a sense of romance, are embedded with nostalgic references to a simpler time and feature dark, luminous jewel tones. This, the artist’s first trade monograph, presents new and recent works, including a body of work presented in his 2022–3 solo exhibition at Timothy Taylor, London, Bourgeoisie in Bloom.
To view or to download a copy of the Anomie Summer 2023 brochure, please click on the link above.