From Bauhaus jewellery and West African textiles to contemporary portraiture and sculpture, this unique volume explores the rituals of making that underpin an artist’s work.
Investigating material and form, Nicholas Pope’s vivid and energetic drawing has informed the artist’s sculpture throughout his career.
Spanning over 50 years of Bridget Riley’s career, this volume explores the dialogue between black-and-white and colour in the artist’s work.
Considering the dynamics of form, pattern and colour, Tess Jaray’s public art transforms its architectural surroundings with sequences of interlocking geometric shapes.
Playing with scale and the polarities of dark and light, Imran Qureshi’s latest commission is a series of exquisite miniature paintings that demand an altogether different kind of looking.
Analysing a key period in Piet Mondrian’s career, this volume illustrates Cubism’s impact on the artist’s pioneering path towards total abstraction.