This exhibition catalogue accompanied the fourth biennial social justice exhibition – sh[OUT] – at Glasgow's Gallery of Modern Art, looking at lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and intersex art and culture. It features an introduction from the curator, full-colour images of the works in the exhibition, and text from each artist.
2009; paperback; 210 x 210mm; 52pp; ISBN 978 0 902752 900; £10
Internationally renowned artist Roderick Buchanan’s exhibition Histrionics was the centrepiece of the Gallery of Modern Art’s Blind Faith: Contemporary art and human rights programme, which looked at sectarianism and related issues of identity, territorialism, and nation.
2007; paperback; 210 x 148mm; 32pp; ISBN 978 0 902752 856; £3.50
An introduction to the influential contemporary artist Barbara Kruger who employs the techniques of mass advertising in her work, the booklet includes images of her 2005 exhibitions at the Gallery of Modern Art and Tramway.
2005; paperback; 228 x 148mm; 16pp; ISBN 978 0 902752 771; £3.50
Art Treasures of Kelvingrove
Alison Brown, Patricia Collins, Hugh Stevenson, Jean Walsh
Highlights from Glasgow’s British, Italian, Dutch and Flemish and Decorative Art collections.
2004; paperback; 210 x 250mm; 88pp; ISBN 978 1 857593 181; £7.95
Co-published with Scala Publishers – www.scalapublishers.com
Millet to Matisse: 19th- and 20th-century French painting from Kelvingrove Art Gallery, Glasgow
Featuring 64 of the finest Impressionist and Post-Impressionist paintings in Kelvingrove’s world-famous collection, this catalogue includes important works by Corot, Monet, Renoir, Cézanne, Van Gogh, Picasso and Matisse, with detailed entries on each, as well as four essays setting the collection in context.
2002; paperback; 245 x 285mm; 228pp; ISBN 978 0 902752 658; £20.00
Co-published with Yale University Press – www.yalebooks.co.uk