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Dorothy Cross/Crossing

Cross, Dorothy
Crossing by artist Dorothy Cross is a visual retrospective spanning over 35 years of her work as one of Ireland’s leading artists. The book includes a foreword by Edna O’Brien, essays by Philip Hoare, Doireann Ní Ghríofa and Declan Long.

Mark Francis

Francis, Mark
Mark Francis’s new monograph collects over a decade of work by the internationally acclaimed artist. The publication includes texts by Marco Tonelli, Barry Phipps, and Colm Tóibín, and is beautifully illustrated with the artist’s work. Published in hardback with 192 pages, the monograph has an initial print run of 1000 copies.

Isabel Nolan - Curling up with reality

Nolan, Isabel
First publsihed in 2020. Isabel Nolan’s expansive practice incorporates paintings, sculpture, photographs, textile work, work on paper and writing.

David Fernández Pérez - Hoping one might land

Pérez, David Fernández
David Fernández Pérez is a photographer based between London and Galicia in the north of Spain, where he was born. His photographs are often studies of historical places and the erratic relationship between past and present.

Sean Scully - Different Places

Scully, Sean
First published in 2015. Different Places features 76 images of Sean Scully's painting, sculpture and drawing. The publication is also prefaced with an introductory text by Kelly Grovier, poet and critic, and curator of Different Places.

Kissing a Stranger

Sternbach, Joni
First publihsed in 2021. The work of Brooklyn-based photographer Joni Sternbach is held by many international collections, including the National Portrait Gallery, London, the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston and LA County Museum of Art.

Afternoon at Palazzo Altemps: 2022

Watson, Simon
In his lastest book 'Afternoon at Palazzo Altemps', Watson explores the sublime fifteenth-century palazzo in Rome.

Simon Watson - Portrait of a House

Watson, Simon
In Portrait of a House, Watson explores an eighteenth-century Georgian house on Dublin’s storied Henrietta Street.