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  • Secundino Hernández: Grapado a la piel

    Secundino Hernández: Grapado a la piel
    £ 23.00

    Published on the occasion of the exhibition Secundino Hernández: Grapado a la piel, at Victoria Miro Venice (13 September–19 October), this fully illustrated book includes new text by the author, screenwriter and director Ray Lorgia.

    Victoria Miro, 2019
  • Milton Avery: The Late Portraits

    Milton Avery: The Late Portraits
    £ 40.00

    Milton Avery: The Late Portraits accompanies an exhibition at Victoria Miro Venice of portraits drawn from the last four years of Milton Avery’s life. This book has been lavishly designed by Atelier Dyakova in London and features text by Waqas Wajahat, with detailed reproductions of the exhibition's paintings, and drawings.

    Victoria Miro, 2019
  • Elmgreen & Dragset

    Elmgreen & Dragset
    £ 35.00

    The first comprehensive presentation of the duo's work, from their early performative pieces in the late 1990s to their most recent public projects. 

    Phaidon, 2019
  • Stephen Willats: Attracting the Attractor

    Stephen Willats: Attracting the Attractor
    £ 25.00

    Attracting the Attractor presents photographs made in Yeading (Hayes, Greater London) in 2018, along with text and graphic elements. 

    Claire de Rouen, 2019
  • Njideka Akunyili Crosby: “The Beautyful Ones”

    Njideka Akunyili Crosby: “The Beautyful Ones”
    £ 35.00

    ‘In her work, Akunyili Crosby sets herself constraints, then slips them… The rules and the slippage operate in tandem; together they queer both the family and the national archive. She creates a new memory-script that floats across spaces and the fields of signs.’ – Siddhartha Mitter

    Victoria Miro, 2019
  • Chantal Joffe: The Front of My Face

    Chantal Joffe: The Front of My Face
    £ 15.00

    Published on the occasion of a new exhibition at Victoria Miro Mayfair, this new book follows a new series of Self-Portraits by the artist Chantal Joffe – accompanied by a new text by Olivia Laing.

    Victoria Miro, 2019
  • JOHN KØRNER

    JOHN KØRNER
    £ 50.00

    JOHN KØRNER is most comprehensive publication on the artist to date, featuring conversations with Marie Nipper, curator of Kørner's retrospective exhibition Forever Problems at Kunsthal Charlottenborg in 2017, in addition to essays by Max Andrews (frieze) and art critic Oliver Basciano (ArtReview). 

    Roulette Russe, 2018
  • Njideka Akunyili Crosby: I Refuse to be Invisible

    Njideka Akunyili Crosby: I Refuse to be Invisible
    £ 30.00

    This is the first publication on Njideka Akunyili Crosby’s work featuring essays by Cheryl Brutvan and Taiye Selasi, and an interview with the artist.

    Norton Museum of Art and Victoria Miro, 2018
  • Ilse D’Hollander

    Ilse D’Hollander
    £ 40.00

    Published on the occasion of the first exhibition of the late Belgian artist in the UK, this book focuses on the rich dialogue between abstraction and representation in D’Hollander’s paintings, with an illuminating essay by David Anfam, writer, critic and Senior Consulting Curator at the Clyfford Still Museum, Denver.

    Victoria Miro, 2018
  • Conrad Shawcross: Psychogeometries

    Conrad Shawcross: Psychogeometries
    £ 35.00

    Psychogeometries is the first substantial book to consider the conceptual, thematic and material development of Conrad Shawcross’s art. It follows his career, from the extraordinary machines that marked his emergence in the early 2000s to his most recent projects, which extend the possibilities of art in the public realm, examining the geometries and topologies with which he has experimented, and exploring his ongoing interest in the tension between the rational and the irrational.

    Elephant and Victoria Miro, 2018
  • Chantal Joffe: Personal Feeling Is the Main Thing

    Chantal Joffe: Personal Feeling Is the Main Thing
    £ 35.00

    A new book on the acclaimed British painter Chantal Joffe. Features paintings from across Joffe’s career, as well as a number of works by the pioneering German artist Paula Modersohn-Becker, and includes new texts by art historian Dorothy Price, Professor of Art History at the University of Plymouth, Gemma Blackshaw, and writer and critic Olivia Laing.

    Elephant Publishing, 2018
  • Milton Avery: Home and Studio/A Sketchbook

    Milton Avery: Home and Studio/A Sketchbook
    £ 55.00

    A window into the working life of one of the foremost artists of the twentieth century, this special-edition, two-volume book includes a facsimile of an unpublished sketchbook completed in the South of France during Milton Avery’s only visit to Europe in 1952, and a unique picture essay of the artist’s New York home and studio by photographer Gautier Deblonde.

    Victoria Miro, 2017
  • Vitamin C: Clay and Ceramic in Contemporary Art

    Vitamin C: Clay and Ceramic in Contemporary Art
    £ 39.95

    A global survey of 100 of today's most important artists working with ceramics and clay, including Tal R, Grayson Perry, John Kørner and Christian Holstad, chosen by leading art world professionals.

     

    Phaidon, 2017
  • Yayoi Kusama (Revised and Expanded Edition)

    Yayoi Kusama (Revised and Expanded Edition)
    £ 39.95

    Currently unavailable 

     

    An updated edition of the acclaimed monograph, celebrating one of the most iconic and revolutionary artists of our time.

    Phaidon, 2017
  • Yayoi Kusama: From Here to Infinity

    Yayoi Kusama: From Here to Infinity
    £ 14.95

    This colourful book gives children the opportunity to learn about Yayoi Kusama's remarkable story.

    Museum of Modern Art, 2017
  • Milton Avery

    Milton Avery
    £ 40.00

    Extensively illustrated, a new 116-page hardback publication includes an essay by Edith Devaney, Contemporary Curator at the Royal Academy of Arts and co-curator of the recent Abstract Expressionism exhibition, examining the development of Milton Avery’s career and his influence within the canon of American art. Additional commentary examines Avery’s only visit to Europe, in 1952, and pairings of Avery’s oils and related works on paper.

    Victoria Miro, 2017
  • Isaac Julien: Looking for Langston (signed)

    Isaac Julien: Looking for Langston (signed)
    £ 75.00

    Isaac Julien: Looking for Langston, is a lavishly illustrated, signed, limited edition book by the internationally acclaimed artist and filmmaker, featuring newly-conceived photographic works in addition to storyboards from Julien’s seminal 1989 film, Looking for Langston, never before published contemporary Polaroids and rare archival material. 100 signed copies available.

     

    Designed by Olu Odukoya

    Victoria Miro, 2017
  • Isaac Julien: Looking for Langston

    Isaac Julien: Looking for Langston
    Not currently available

    SOLD OUT

     

    Isaac Julien: Looking for Langston is a lavishly illustrated, limited edition book by the internationally acclaimed artist and filmmaker, featuring newly-conceived photographic works in addition to storyboards from Julien’s seminal 1989 film, Looking for Langston, never before published contemporary Polaroids and rare archival material. 

     

    Designed by Olu Odukoya

    Victoria Miro , 2017
  • Alice Neel, Uptown

    Alice Neel, Uptown
    £ 40.00

    Published on the occasion of the exhibition Alice Neel, Uptown at David Zwirner, New York (23 February - 22 April 2017), and Victoria Miro, London (18 May - 29 July 2017).


    Including essays by Hilton Als on individual portraits and their sitters, in addition to new scholarship by Jeremy Lewison.

    David Zwirner Books / Victoria Miro, 2017
  • Stephen Willats: HUMAN RIGHT

    Stephen Willats: HUMAN RIGHT
    £ 15.00

    Texts by Stephen Willats, Alistair Hudson and Miguel Amado. Interview with Hannah Redler Hawes. Published to accompany the solo exhibition at Middlesborough Institute of Modern Art (4 March - 4 June 2017).

    Victoria Miro, 2017
  • Secundino Hernández: Paso

    Secundino Hernández: Paso
    £ 30.00

    A publication to accompany an exhibition of new work by the artist at Victoria Miro and Victoria Miro Mayfair (1 April - 6 May 2017)

    Victoria Miro, 2017
  • Celia Paul: Desdemona for Celia by Hilton

    Celia Paul: Desdemona for Celia by Hilton
    £ 35.00

    An artists’ book conceived by British painter Celia Paul and the acclaimed US writer and critic Hilton Als

    Victoria Miro, 2016
  • Yayoi Kusama

    Yayoi Kusama
    £ 55.00

     

    Victoria Miro, 2016
  • Forces in Nature

    Forces in Nature
    £ 25.00
    Victoria Miro, 2015
  • David Harrison: Flowers of Evil

    David Harrison: Flowers of Evil
    £ 20.00
    Victoria Miro, 2015
  • Kara Walker: Norma

    Kara Walker: Norma
    £ 20.00
    Victoria Miro, 2015
  • Elmgreen & Dragset: Self-Portraits

    Elmgreen & Dragset: Self-Portraits
    £ 24.00
    Victoria Miro, 2015
  • Kara Walker: Go to Hell or Atlanta, Whichever Comes First

    Kara Walker: Go to Hell or Atlanta, Whichever Comes First
    £ 14.50
    Victoria Miro, 2015
  • Ian Hamilton Finlay: 1789-1794 | Air Letters

    Ian Hamilton Finlay: 1789-1794 | Air Letters
    £ 25.00
    Victoria Miro and Wild Hawthorne Press, Little Sparta, 2015
  • Idris Khan: Conflicting Lines

    Idris Khan: Conflicting Lines
    £ 20.00
    Victoria Miro, 2015
  • Tal R: Chimney school of sculpture

    Tal R: Chimney school of sculpture
    £ 20.00
    Victoria Miro, 2015
  • NS Harsha: Upward Movement

    NS Harsha: Upward Movement
    £ 20.00
    Victoria Miro, 2015
  • Alice Neel: My Animals and Other Family

    Alice Neel: My Animals and Other Family
    £ 20.00
    Victoria Miro, 2014
  • Eric Fischl: Art Fair paintings

    Eric Fischl: Art Fair paintings
    £ 30.00
    Victoria Miro, 2014
  • Wangechi Mutu: Nguva Na Nyoka

    Wangechi Mutu: Nguva Na Nyoka
    £ 30.00
    Victoria Miro, 2014
  • Stephen Willats: REPRESENTING THE POSSIBLE

    Stephen Willats: REPRESENTING THE POSSIBLE
    £ 10.00
    Victoria Miro, 2014
  • Adriana Varejão: Polvo

    Adriana Varejão: Polvo
    £ 20.00
  • John Kørner: Fallen Fruit From Frisland

    John Kørner: Fallen Fruit From Frisland
    £ 20.00
    Victoria Miro, 2013
  • Yayoi Kusama

    Yayoi Kusama
    £ 35.00
    Victoria Miro, 2012
  • Alice Neel: Men Only

    Alice Neel: Men Only
    £ 15.00
    Victoria miro, 2011
  • Ian Hamilton Finlay: Dictionary for An Exhibition

    Ian Hamilton Finlay: Dictionary for An Exhibition
    £ 50.00
  • Chantal Joffe

    Chantal Joffe
    Not currently available

    SOLD OUT

    Victoria Miro, 2011
  • David Harrison

    David Harrison
    £ 25.00
    Philip Wilson Publishers, 2009
  • John Kørner: War Problems

    John Kørner: War Problems
    £ 20.00
    Victoria Miro, 2008
  • Wangechi Mutu: Y.on.I

    Wangechi Mutu: Y.on.I
    £ 15.00
    Victoria Miro, 2007
  • John Kørner: 2006 Problems

    John Kørner: 2006 Problems
    £ 10.00
    Victoria Miro, 2006
  • Conrad Shawcross: No Such Thing As One

    Conrad Shawcross: No Such Thing As One
    £ 5.00
    Victoria Miro, 2006
  • Tal R: Minus

    Tal R: Minus
    £ 15.00
    Victoria Miro, 2006
  • Tal R: The Lords of Kolbojnik

    Tal R: The Lords of Kolbojnik
    £ 20.00
    Victoria Miro, 2003
  • Chris Ofili: Within Reach

    Chris Ofili: Within Reach
    £ 35.00
    Victoria Miro, 2003
  • Chris Ofili: The Upper Room

    Chris Ofili: The Upper Room
    £ 20.00
    Victoria Miro, 2002
  • Inka Essenhigh

    Inka Essenhigh
    £ 10.00
    Victoria Miro, 2002

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