New & Recommended

By Tate

By Tate

New arrivals in modern & contemporary international art, British art, visual culture and fresh ideas.

Why Have There Been No Great Women Artists?

Linda Nochlin

£9.99 £9.29

A 50th anniversary edition of Nochlin's ground-breaking and feminist art defining 1971 essay. Also included is her "Thirty Years After" follow up, and a new 2021 introduction by Catherine Grant, Senior Lecturer in Art and Visual Cultures at Goldsmiths. Nochlin exposed the acceptance of a Western white male viewpoint in art history as both a moral and intellectual failing. There is still a long way to go, but the hope now is that this time around is so widely read that there will be no need for a future edition!

The Boiled in Between

Helen Marten

£12.00 £11.16

The Boiled in Between is the debut novel by Turner Prize-winning artist Helen Marten, a bold and daring work of fiction which transposes the poetic sensibility of Martens visual work to the page. It is a challenging, playful, enigmatic, tactile and deliberately ambiguous work of great inventiveness, which will establish Marten as an exceptional talent and unique voice in contemporary fiction.

The Future of Serious Art


£5.99 £5.57

Wasting Time on the Internet

Kenneth Goldsmith

£9.99 £9.29

You Are An Artist

Bob and Roberta Smith

£14.99 £13.94

A fast-track art school in book form: an explanation of what art is and does alongside practical exercises and provocations to get you on the art-making path.

Portrait Of Britain Volume 3

Hoxton Mini Press and British Journal of Photography

£22.95 £21.34

More Than Just a House: At Home with Collectors and Creators

Kate Martin and Alex Eagle

£39.95 £37.15


Keith Haring

£10.99 £10.22

Marylou Faure

£30.00 £27.90

Against Amazon

Jorge Carrion

£12.99 £12.08

David King: Designer, Activist, Visual Historian

Rick Poynor


this is the first book to fully explore the unique accomplishments of the extraordinary visual historian and journalist David King. His personal collection of graphic art and photographs, with a keen focus on revolutionary Russia, extends to more than 250,000 images. King designed books, political posters and album artwork in a truly remarkable career that blended activism with graphic design. An inspirational marriage of the personal and the professional, turning passion into both art-making and making a living.

Avant-Garde as Method: Vkhutemas and the Pedagogy of Space, 1920-1930

Anna Bokov

£50.00 £46.50

We've been waiting and at long last it is printed! Anna Bokov’s groundbreaking study on the early Soviet Union's Higher Art and Technical Studios, known as Vkhutemas, and their pioneering curriculum that has been a source of inspiration for generations of architects, designers, and artists until the present day Marking the 2020 centenary of Vkhutemas, its outstanding design makes this tremendous book a most fitting tribute to Bauhaus’s Russian sibling.

Africa State of Mind: Contemporary Photography Reimagines a Continent

Ekow Eshun and Lina Iris Viktor

£39.95 £37.15

Francis Bacon or the Measure of Excess

Yves Peyre

£45.00 £41.85

Leonard Freed: Black In White America 1963-1965

Leonard Freed

£49.95 £46.45

Stanley Whitney

Matthew Jeffrey Abrams

£39.95 £37.15

Pottering: A Cure for Modern Life

Anna McGovern and Charlotte Ager

£12.99 £12.08

Guerrilla Girls

Guerrilla Girls

£22.99 £21.38

The Journey of Things

Magdalene Odundo

£30.00 £27.90

Frida Kahlo

Hettie Judah

£12.99 £12.08

The Saddest Thing Is That I Have Had to Use Words: A Madeline Gins Reader

Madeline Gins

£25.00 £23.25

Experimental literature and poetry from artist, philosopher and architect Madeline Gins. An anthology of her extraordinary conceptual wordplay and prose all either long out of print or previously unpublished. Gins worked for years alongside her architect partner Arakawa creating buildings intended to prevent death, or at the very least make the occupants live life more fully, in schemes known as "Reversible Destiny" architecture. Don’t miss!

Kusama: The Graphic Novel

Elisa Macellari

£14.99 £13.94

Art at Home: 200 activities for kids

Lorna Scobie

£10.00 £9.30

A Year in the Art World

Matthew Israel

£19.95 £18.55

Gregory Halpern: Let the Sun Beheaded Be

Copublished by Aperture and Fondation d'entreprise Hermes

£35.00 £32.55


Yasmil Raymond, Wouter Davidts, et al.

£60.00 £55.80

Zanele Muholi

Sarah Allen and Yasufumi Nakori

£25.00 £23.25


Liam Wong

£24.95 £23.20

M to M of M/M (Paris) Vol. 2

M/M (Paris)

£50.00 £46.50

Photography and Belief

David Levi Strauss

£8.94 £8.31

A key issue for contemporary photography: seeing is not believing. Photography in the digital age of image and message manipulation leaves us uncertain we can trust our own eyes. With Deep Fake technology and the exponential success of hyper-normalisation in politics, photography has gained an inordinate power to influence public opinion, manufacture desire, and appeal to our base emotions. A book of the present moment, exploring our past and future relationship with truth.

Orhan Pamuk: Orange

Gerhard Steidl, Holger Feroudj, et al.

£28.00 £26.04

The Honest Art Dictionary: A Jovial Trip through Art Jargon

The Art History Babes and Carmen Casado

£14.99 £13.94

Napoli Super Modern

LAN - Local Architecture Newtwork

£42.00 £39.06

A unique comprehensive survey of modern architecture in Naples of the 1930s to 1960s Offers topical essays and an atlas of eighteen significant buildings with concise descriptions and illustrated with site and floor plans, elevations, and sections Features some fifty new photos by celebrated French photographer Cyrille Weiner.

Tate: Brief Lessons in Seeing Differently

Frances Ambler

£9.99 £9.29

And The People Stayed Home

Kitty O'Meara, Stefano Di Cristofaro, et al.

£15.99 £14.87

Adam Pendleton

Adrienne Edwards, Andrea Picard, et al.

£35.00 £32.55

The Pragmatism in the History of Art

Molly Nesbit

£27.00 £25.11

Paul Klee: 1939

Paul Klee, Dawn Ades, et al.

£40.00 £37.20

The year before he died, Paul Klee created his most inventive works, using adhesive, grease, oil, chalk, watercolour to create a series of striking drawings that acted as meditative reflections on the pains and pleasures of life. A key moment in modernism is captured brilliantly here in this stunning book.

Bernd and Hilla Becher: Basic Forms

£24.99 £23.24

The Becher’s unique approach to photography, essentially cataloguing building ‘types’ in a formalised style, brought an order and majesty to seemingly random and mundane structures such as cooling towers, gas tanks, mine shafts and silos. Their method and passion brought a solemn beauty to the images, to the extent that their 40-year documentary efforts can be enjoyed as exceptional conceptual art. A classic.

Ernst Haas: New York in Color, 1952-1962

Phillip Prodger

£35.00 £32.55

For the talented Haas, the new medium of colour photography was the only way to capture mid-century New York’s energy and humanity. His genius handling of Kodachrome film while wrestling with the technical constraints of colour printing resulted in a series of dramatic and intense images, not to be missed.

Kwame Brathwaite: Black Is Beautiful

£32.95 £30.64

Reprinted by popular demand and back in stock. Superb photography collection.

Kim Gordon: No Icon

Kim Gordon and Carrie Brownstein

£35.00 £32.55


Cesar Aira and Katherine Silver

£8.99 £8.36

Bruce Nauman

£25.00 £23.25

Funny Weather: Art in an Emergency

Olivia Laing

£20.00 £18.60

Chanel: Her Life

Justine Picardie

£55.00 £51.15

Joel Meyerowitz: How I Make Photographs

Joel Meyerowitz

£14.99 £13.94

For Now

Eileen Myles

£12.99 £12.08

Feminisms: A Global History

Lucy Delap

£20.00 £18.60

Do Photo: Observe. Compose. Capture. Stand Out.

Andrew Paynter

£8.99 £8.36

The Story of Scottish Art

Lachlan Goudie

£30.00 £27.90

Look of the Book

David J. Alworth and Mendelsund

£40.00 £37.20

Whites: On Race and Other Falsehoods

Otegha Uwagba

£6.99 £6.50

Sapiens Graphic Novel: Volume 1

David Vandermeulen, Yuval Noah Harari, et al.

£18.98 £17.65