Eva Rothschild’s large-scale sculptural compositions explore relationships between surface and structure whilst testing the boundaries between the abstract and figurative.
As part of the London Art Book Fair and NY Art Book Fair, Ridinghouse will be hosting events with artists Shezad Dawood and Zoe Leonard on Sunday, 28 September 2014.
Focusing on John Hilliard’s fascination with the monochrome and visual obstruction, this career-spanning volume draws together the artist’s diverse engagement with photography.
Using repetition or varying spatial gaps and pauses to convey emotion, atmosphere and a sense of time, the poems of painter and poet Fabian Peake are surprising and disquieting.
Renowned for his evocative and highly-charged imagery, British artist Christopher Le Brun’s new work builds upon a wide cultural literacy, from Virgil and Tennyson to William Walton.
Ridinghouse will be exhibiting at the sixth London Art Book Fair at Whitechapel Gallery from 25–28 September 2014.
Reframing image fragments from postcards, John Stezaker’s series Crossing Over (2012–13) focuses on the incidental micro-narratives of life that are often overlooked in these everyday objects.
Ridinghouse will be exhibiting at the ninth NY Art Book Fair at MoMA PS1 from 25–28 September 2014.
Robert Holyhead’s paintings engage with the tensions between colour and form through additions and erasures on the painted surface.
Rose English emerged from the Conceptual art, dance and feminist scenes of 1970s Britain to become one of the most influential performance artists working today.
Since meeting Bridget Riley in 1967 art historian and critic Robert Kudielka has proved her keenest observer. This newly revised and expanded edition collates a substantial body of his essays on and interviews with the artist.
Special artist editions by John Stezaker, Richard Patterson, John Hilliard and Paul Winstanley are now available online.
Published on the occasion of the 40 year anniversary of Galerie Max Hetzler, this volume documents the breadth of exhibitions held at the gallery since 1974.
American artist Glenn Ligon’s latest monumental screen-printed paintings draw upon Minimalist composer Steve Reich’s taped-speech work Come Out (1966).
For over 30 years, Paraguayan art critic and curator Ticio Escobar has been an incisive commentator on the unexpected connections between the art of indigenous peoples and contemporary art.
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.