New & Recommended

By Tate

By Tate

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

Chromorama: How Colour Changed Our Way of Seeing

Riccardo Falcinelli

£22.00 £20.90

Get Your Shit Together

David Shrigley

£26.00 £24.70

What is Black Art?

Alice Correia

£10.99 £10.44

Home Is Not A Place

Johny Pitts and Roger Robinson

£25.00 £23.75

Becoming an Artwork

B Groys

£9.99

England on Fire: A Visual Journey through Albion's Psychic Landscape

Stephen Ellcock and Mat Osman

£25.00 £23.75

Visions of the Occult: An Untold Story of Art & Magic

Victoria Jenkins

£25.00 £23.75

Louise Bourgeois: Paintings

Clare Davies and Briony Fer

£35.00

Ithell Colquhoun: Bonsoir

£15.00 £14.25

a: A Novel

Andy Warhol

£12.99 £12.34

Guston in Time: Remembering Philip Guston

Ross Feld

£16.99 £16.14

Frida Kahlo: The Masterworks

Roxana Velasquez

£35.00 £33.25

Cooking: Simply and Well, for One or Many

Jeremy Lee

£30.00 £28.50

Afro-Atlantic Histories

£51.50 £48.92

A colossal, panoramic, much-needed appraisal of the visual cultures of Afro-Atlantic territories across six centuries.

Empire

Afua Hirsch

£10.00 £9.50

Class

Nathalie Olah

£10.00 £9.50

Gender

Travis Alabanza

£10.00 £9.50

Feminism

Bernardine Evaristo

£10.00 £9.50

The Kitchen Studio: Culinary Creations by Artists

Phaidon Editors

£29.95 £28.45

Haunted Air

Ossian Brown

£30.00 £28.50

William Blake vs the World

John Higgs

£20.00 £19.00

The Extreme Self: Age of You

Hans Ulrich Obrist, Shumon Basar, et al.

£14.95 £14.20

A Little Feminist History of Art

Charlotte Mullins

£9.99 £9.49

Women in the Picture: Women, Art and the Power of Looking

Catherine McCormack

£12.99 £12.34

What Artists Wear

Charlie Porter

£14.99 £14.24

Culture Strike: Art and Museums in an Age of Protest

Laura Raicovich

£16.99 £16.14

The Art Museum in Modern Times

Charles Saumarez Smith

£30.00 £28.50

Why Have There Been No Great Women Artists?

Linda Nochlin

£9.99 £9.49

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!

Vitamin D3: Today's Best in Contemporary Drawing

Phaidon Editors

£49.95 £47.45

The Future of Serious Art

Bidisha

£5.99 £5.69

Wasting Time on the Internet

Kenneth Goldsmith

£9.99 £9.49

You Are An Artist

Bob and Roberta Smith

£14.99 £14.24

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.

Tate: Brief Lessons in Seeing Differently

Frances Ambler

£9.99 £9.49

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