Back list highlights – art theory titles

This week we thought we’d give you a bit of a blast from the past and highlight some of our best-selling art theory and criticism titles. This part of our list is continually growing in popularity, and we have many interesting titles for you to choose from.

Included here are those books that you may have forgotten about, or thought had gone out of print, or you might just not be aware of them.

We are lucky in that our inventory is full of lots of many theoretical delights. It is also our mission to highlight books that can sometimes lay hidden in the midst of our ever-growing list of amazing titles

We have coincided this posting with the hosting of the ‘No Boundaries’ conference (the arts industry’s annual conference) that is being part-hosted by our own HOME – based here in Manchester. Click on the link to find out more.

We’re having a small book stand in the HOME foyer during the conference, on the 28th and 29th of March 2017. If you happen to be in Manchester then do come and see us, and you’ll be able to explore and buy books on our display (exact times tbc).

Pirates and Farmers: Dave Hickey

See This Sound. Audiovisuology (Double Volume)

The Creative Stance

Cinema in the Expanded Field

Brief History of Curating

Reading the Contemporary

Image Matter 


Essays on Sculpture 67: Books and Sculpture

Curator’s Egg

How to Do Things With Art

Dawn Ades: Writings on Art and Anti-art

Great Expectations

The Space Between: Michael Bracewell

Sculpting Practice

Our Faces, Our Spaces

Setting the Fell on Fire

Planning Unplanned

Scott King: Public Art


Exhibition As Social Intervention

History Is Now

Posted on 21st March 2017
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