• 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.