Rembrandt, Vermeer and the Dutch Golden Age

Edited by Blaise Ducos & Lara Yeager-Crasselt

March 2019 | £35.00 | $50.00 | 192pp

Rembrandt, Vermeer and the Dutch Golden Age presents the finest pieces from one of the most important private collections in the field, The Leiden Collection, New York, alongside a selection from the Louvre’s own holdings. This exhibition catalogue […]

Khatt

Basma Hamdy

Noha Zayed

September 2018 | £25.00 | 160pp

Egyptian cities and villages abound with an enormous wealth of khatt, or calligraphic script, ranging from casual scrawls and scribbles to elaborately-painted colourful murals. These historical and contemporary versions of urban lettering, varying in surface, medium and technique, […]

Nabil Anani

Edited by Sulieman Mleahat and Martin Mulloy

August 2018 | £25.00 | 172pp

Nabil Anani is one of the most prominent Palestinian artists working today. A painter, ceramicist and sculptor, he has built an impressive catalogue of outstanding, innovative and unique art over the past five decades, pioneering the use of […]

Palestine in Black and White

February 2018 | £10.99 | 128pp

Palestine in Black and White is an intimate and powerful portrayal of life under occupation from one of the most talented cartoonists working today. Mohammad Sabaaneh has gained worldwide renown for his black and white sketches. His stark […]

Don’t Panic, I’m Islamic

Edited by Lynn Gaspard

July 2017 | £12.99 | $18.95 | 192

A Sunday Times Best Humour Book of the Year 2017 ‘Bursting with creativity, wit and intelligence’ Brian Eno How can you tell if your neighbour is speaking Muslim? Is a mosque a kind of hedgehog? Can I get […]

I Can Only Tell You What My Eyes See

Giles Duley

June 2017 | £25 | $35 | 192

With texts by Filippo Grandi, UN High Commissioner for Refugees and Robert Del Naja, Massive Attack   In October 2015, Giles Duley was commissioned by the UNHCR to document the refugee crisis. Over the next seven months, he […]

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