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Between States
Paperback, 23.0 x 17.0 cm, 176 pages

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Between States addresses relationships between aesthetics and politics through the exploration of different locations and political conditions. The book focuses on the complex geography of Israel/ Palestine, where borders and the nature of political statehood remain unresolved. The title Between States refers to the unfinished political nature of this area, while also describing the condition of in-between-ness defined by the book itself as it shifts from artistic concerns to more explicitly political subjects. This in-between-ness also relates to the complex spatial relationships between the UK, Israel, and the West Bank that were involved in the development of the dialogue between the two authors.

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Beaconsfield
Chronic Epoch
Paperback, 21.0 x 15.0 cm, 144 pages

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This is the first major book on the more than 20-year history of Beaconsfield, an important artists association in London founded by two trained painters David Crawforth and Naomi Siderfin. Their story of curatorial innovation and experimentation over the years will inspire any burgeoning artist or curator.

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If You Could Read My Mind
Jason McLean
Paperback, 24.0 x 22.0 cm, 96 pages

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If You Could Read My Mind features drawings, paintings and illustrations of colorful sculptures, all of which form an idiosyncratic visual record of McLean’s experiences and perceptions.

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Reflections & Refractions
Paperback, 28.0 x 23.0 cm, 96 pages

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Reflections & Refractions brings together a diverse group of artists who share in making visible that which is typically unseen—a history, a process, a narrative, and so on.

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Residue
The Persistence of the Real
Paperback, 144 pages

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Realism has been criticised for its perceived attachment to transparency—the sense that an image can reveal the full truth of the situation or object it depicts. This skepticism was extended in the late twentieth century with the rise of conceptual art and the development of critiques which proposed that, in a world pervaded with spectacular images, the task of the artist should be to deconstruct the systems through which images flow and provide critical considerations of the ways images act upon us.

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