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  • Ai Weiwei - Spatial Matters

    Company:   Tate Publishing

    Stand: 
    • 2E59

    Widely considered to be one of the most significant cultural figures of his generation, Ai weiwei successfully occupies multiple roles as a...

  • I Used to be in PIctures

    Company:   Antique Collectors' Club

    Stand: 
    • 6G41

    I Used to be in Pictures, a fascinating never-before-told story about the Golden Age of Hollywood. The story is told through the eyes of English-born...

  • Lucienne Day: In The Spirit of the Age

    Company:   Antique Collectors' Club

    Stand: 
    • 6G41

    Lucienne Day: In the Spirit of the Age is a fascinating study of British textile designer, Lucienne Day. Featuring a foreword by the designer's...

  • Matisse (Tate Introductions Series)

    Company:   Tate Publishing

    Stand: 
    • 2E59

    Henri Matisse is a leading figure in early twentieth century modern art and one of the most significant colourists of all time. In a career spanning over half...

  • Matisse - Cut outs

    Company:   Tate Publishing

    Stand: 
    • 2E59

    With a focus on Matisse's studio, and a chronological structure of his work, this book re-examines the cut-outs in terms of the methods and materials that Matisse...

  • Meet Matisse

    Company:   Tate Publishing

    Stand: 
    • 2E59

    Meet Henri Matisse, the famous modern artist who created cut-out artworks by ‘drawing with scissors’. Matisse has some personal tips to share with you so you...

  • Tate Watercolour Manual

    Company:   Tate Publishing

    Stand: 
    • 2E59

    The Tate Watercolour Manual: Lessons from the Great Masters provides a complete introduction to watercolour, as wellas step-by-step lessons based on the...

  • Terry O'Neill

    Company:   Antique Collectors' Club

    Stand: 
    • 6G41

    Terry O'Neill is one of the world's most celebrated and collected photographers. No one has captured the frontline of fame so broadly - and for so...

  • The Commissar Vanishes

    Company:   Tate Publishing

    Stand: 
    • 2E59

    A chilling look at how Joseph Stalin manipulated the science of photography to advance his own political career and to erase the memory of his victims....

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