• Linder’s photomontages violate, liberate and celebrate the human body to question the mechanics of gender and its ties to consumer culture and media.

  • Exploring scale and perception, José Damasceno’s imaginative and surreal approach to sculpture is catalogued in this comprehensive monograph.

  • In this artist project, Glenn Ligon traces the representation of black people in the United States on book covers, highlighting the deliberate use of typography, photography and graphics.

  • Renowned for his sculptural installations and video works that push everyday objects and situations to absurd ends, Roman Signer’s latest commission uses the kayak – a longstanding symbol and form in his work for three decades.

  • Art historian and curator Dawn Ades is a leading voice on Dada, Surrealist, Abstract and Latin American art. This volume collects her important essays for the first time, highlighting her passionate voice across time periods and art movements.

  • Engaging with ideas of space and abstraction, Lothar Götz’s line drawings are built up through layers of juxtaposing colours.

  • Offering a unique perspective on the intersection of art and science, the historic curiosities in this collection reveal their creators’ remarkable capacity for artistic expression.

  • David Batchelor’s latest series of drawings (2012–13) disrupts art journal October’s orderly monochromatic universe with circles, triangles and rectangles of brilliant transparent colour and planes of opaque black.

  • Marking the first major survey of Bridget Riley’s use of the curve motif, this volume explores how the artist has often returned to this theme over a fifty-year time span.

  • As one of the leading critical voices on art of the post-war years, Lawrence Gowing (1918-1991) combined a passion for close visual involvement with formidable literary skills.