Anomie Publishing's Winter 2022-23 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 the oil on canvas Rider (2018) by Matthew Krishanu, a work which explores postcolonialism and relates to his time spent as a child in Bangladesh. The subjects of his paintings – frequently Brown people, especially children – are realised with a shallow pictorial depth, delicate washes of colour, and with a sense of ambiguity or detachment. Through this, Krishanu questions the positions of his painterly subjects and depictions of landscapes in relation to the legacy of European colonialism and the art historical canon.
Nick Hornby, also featured this season, is one of the leading sculptors of his generation working in Britain today, creating works on both intimate and monumental scales, and at the intersection of art history and contemporary technology. Nick Hornby, his first major monograph, features approximately 175 images, many of which are reproduced here for the first time. Alongside documentation of works presented in galleries and outdoor spaces are production images taken in the studio and fabrication workshops. The monograph brings together works spanning Hornby’s career for the first time. It follows Hornby’s first institutional solo exhibition at MOSTYN, Wales, and his first permanent outdoor sculptural commission for Harlow Science Park in Essex.
Anomie's recent titles Lorna Robertson – thoughts, meals, days, and Anna Freeman Bentley – make believe are now available and shipping from both the UK and USA distribution warehouses.
To view or to download a copy of the Anomie Winter 2022-23 brochure, please click on the link above.