22 September 2014
Black lines advance, bristle and meander in the white spaces of the gallery so that a photograph of an Eva Rothschild show can resemble a drawing of sorts, the exhibition space flattened to the stays of a page.

Brian Dillon on the work of Eva Rothschild in our new title, which features a number of recent sculptures by the Irish-born artist alongside a series of photographic portraits of gallery visitors holding snakes.

Rothschild’s large-scale sculptural compositions explore relationships between surface and structure whilst testing the boundaries between the abstract and figurative.

For more on Eva Rothschild, see the Ridinghouse website.

18 September 2014
From the backlist: Bob Law: A Retrospective
Through both painting and sculpture, British artist Bob Law explored the legitimacy of abstraction. This beautifully produced monograph introduces the legendary Conceptual artist’s history and work.
Above, the artist is photographed in 1967 whilst dressed in a suit of red canvas made from the cut-off from the ‘Twentieth Century Icon’ series.
For more on the title, see the Ridinghouse website.

From the backlist: Bob Law: A Retrospective

Through both painting and sculpture, British artist Bob Law explored the legitimacy of abstraction. This beautifully produced monograph introduces the legendary Conceptual artist’s history and work.

Above, the artist is photographed in 1967 whilst dressed in a suit of red canvas made from the cut-off from the ‘Twentieth Century Icon’ series.

For more on the title, see the Ridinghouse website.

15 September 2014
Preview: Glenn Ligon: Come Out
We are looking at proofs for our forthcoming title Glenn Ligon: Come Out. The volume features American artist Glenn Ligon’s latest monumental screen-printed paintings which draw upon Minimalist composer Steve Reich’s taped-speech work Come Out (1966).
For more on the title, see the Ridinghouse website.
 

Preview: Glenn Ligon: Come Out

We are looking at proofs for our forthcoming title Glenn Ligon: Come Out. The volume features American artist Glenn Ligon’s latest monumental screen-printed paintings which draw upon Minimalist composer Steve Reich’s taped-speech work Come Out (1966).

For more on the title, see the Ridinghouse website.

 

11 September 2014
Press for Christopher Le Brun: New Paintings
Our latest title, Christopher Le Brun: New Paintings, is featured in the Autumn 2014 issue of the RA Magazine. This title brings together new works by the British artist, who is renowned for his evocative and highly-charged imagery.
This publication includes texts by Edmund de Waal and David Anfam, and accompanies a solo exhibition at Friedman Benda, New York. The exhibition opens tonight (11 September) and runs until 15 October.
For further information on the title, see the Ridinghouse website.

Press for Christopher Le Brun: New Paintings

Our latest title, Christopher Le Brun: New Paintings, is featured in the Autumn 2014 issue of the RA Magazine. This title brings together new works by the British artist, who is renowned for his evocative and highly-charged imagery.

This publication includes texts by Edmund de Waal and David Anfam, and accompanies a solo exhibition at Friedman Benda, New York. The exhibition opens tonight (11 September) and runs until 15 October.

For further information on the title, see the Ridinghouse website.

10 September 2014

Preview: Abstract Vaudeville: The Work of Rose English

A first look at forthcoming title Abstract Vaudeville on press in The Netherlands. Rose English emerged from the Conceptual art, dance and feminist scenes of 1970s Britain to become one of the most influential performance artists working today.

This comprehensive monograph documents the artist’s 40-year career to date, and coincides with the exhibition Rose English: The Eros of Understanding at Kunsthal Charlottenborg, Copenhagen (opening 18 September).

For further information, see the Ridinghouse website.

8 September 2014
From the backlist: Fred Wilson: A Critical Reader
Focusing on Fred Wilson’s site-specific installations that question social and historical narratives, this anthology of critical texts and interviews charts his critical reception. Accompanying the texts are full-colour illustrations of key installations, such as Primitivism: High and Low (1991, seen above).
For more on this title, see the Ridinghouse website.
A solo exhibition of Fred Wilson’s work, Sculptures, Paintings, and Installations: 2004–2014, will open at Pace Gallery in New York on 12 September.

From the backlist: Fred Wilson: A Critical Reader

Focusing on Fred Wilson’s site-specific installations that question social and historical narratives, this anthology of critical texts and interviews charts his critical reception. Accompanying the texts are full-colour illustrations of key installations, such as Primitivism: High and Low (1991, seen above).

For more on this title, see the Ridinghouse website.

A solo exhibition of Fred Wilson’s work, Sculptures, Paintings, and Installations: 2004–2014, will open at Pace Gallery in New York on 12 September.

4 September 2014
I want to achieve something more simple and elementary than a full-scale interpretation: guidance that could be relinquished once the reader felt confident and curious enough to look at the work itself.

Robert Kudielka on his body of work on British artist Bridget Riley, taken from Robert Kudielka on Bridget Riley: Essays and interviews since 1972

Since meeting Bridget Riley in 1967 art historian and critic Robert Kudielka has proved her keenest observer. This newly revised and expanded edition collates a substantial selection of his essays on and interviews with the artist.

3 September 2014
Preview: Christopher Le Brun: New Paintings
A first look at our forthcoming title, Christopher Le Brun: New Paintings, on press in Belgium! Renowned for his evocative and highly-charged imagery, Le Brun’s new work builds upon a wide cultural literacy, from Virgil and Tennyson to William Walton.
This publication includes texts by Edmund de Waal and David Anfam, and accompanies a solo exhibition at Friedman Benda, New York (opening 11 September). 
For further information on the title, see the Ridinghouse website.

Preview: Christopher Le Brun: New Paintings

A first look at our forthcoming title, Christopher Le Brun: New Paintings, on press in Belgium! Renowned for his evocative and highly-charged imagery, Le Brun’s new work builds upon a wide cultural literacy, from Virgil and Tennyson to William Walton.

This publication includes texts by Edmund de Waal and David Anfam, and accompanies a solo exhibition at Friedman Benda, New York (opening 11 September). 

For further information on the title, see the Ridinghouse website.

29 August 2014
Gillian Wearing in I Love You
Gillian Wearing is interviewed in the latest issue of I Love You, discussing the use of masks in her body of work.
Gillian Wearing’s work explores the connections between public and private, fiction and reality, and the relationship between artist and viewer. For further information on the artist, see her comprehensive monograph.

Gillian Wearing in I Love You

Gillian Wearing is interviewed in the latest issue of I Love You, discussing the use of masks in her body of work.

Gillian Wearing’s work explores the connections between public and private, fiction and reality, and the relationship between artist and viewer. For further information on the artist, see her comprehensive monograph.

28 August 2014
Preview: John Hilliard: Not Black and White
Our forthcoming title, John Hilliard: Not Black and White, is on press ahead of release in September. Focusing on John Hilliard’s fascination with the monochrome and visual obstruction, this career-spanning volume draws together the artist’s diverse engagement with photography.
The publication coincides with the artist’s solo exhibition at Richard Saltoun, London, which opens on 4 September, 6–8pm.
For further information on the title, see the Ridinghouse website.

Preview: John Hilliard: Not Black and White

Our forthcoming title, John Hilliard: Not Black and White, is on press ahead of release in September. Focusing on John Hilliard’s fascination with the monochrome and visual obstruction, this career-spanning volume draws together the artist’s diverse engagement with photography.

The publication coincides with the artist’s solo exhibition at Richard Saltoun, London, which opens on 4 September, 6–8pm.

For further information on the title, see the Ridinghouse website.

 
 
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