• The multiple notions embedded within the 'black sun' – relating to eclipse, transfiguration and alchemy – are explored in this beautifully produced publication conceived by the artist Shezad Dawood.

  • In the two related bodies of work that form the centerpiece of this volume, Zoe Leonard poses fundamental questions about the medium of photography and the nature of sight.

  • Following the news of his self-imposed exile from art criticism, Dave Hickey’s newest body of essays questions and challenges the cultural status quo in his trademark witty style.

  • Bringing together artists from different generations and parts of the world, this volume accompanies an exhibition at Drawing Room and explores the complexities of ‘abstraction’ in contemporary drawing.

  • British artist Alison Wilding’s innovative sculptures combine various forms and techniques to defuse and challenge the viewer’s expectations.

  • Examining the geometry of pattern, repetition and colour within her surroundings, British artist Tess Jaray has explored painterly perspective for more than five decades. This comprehensive monograph situates the artist within the tradition of abstract painting and the history of art.

  • Eight never-before-seen gouache studies are at the centre of this volume, illustrating Bridget Riley’s dynamic approach to colour.

  • Filled with photographs of unpopulated studios, Paul Winstanley’s exploration of British art schools highlights their importance at a time when the art school system’s existence is more fraught than ever.

  • Nicholas Pope’s multivalent sculpture explores the inherent physical qualities of his materials. This landmark monograph presents the first substantial overview of his work.