Hope in Hell: A History of Darlinghurst Gaol and the National Art School | Author: Deborah Beck
Hope in Hell is a rich visual account of one of the oldest and best-preserved examples of colonial Sydney architecture, the Darlinghurst Gaol. A place steeped in Australia's early, brutal history and reputedly haunted by convict ghosts, it has been the centre of Sydney's art scene for 83 years and continues to be a place of creative and artistic endeavour the National Art School.
24.8 x 22.7cm
Minerva Cueva | Author: Minerva Cueva
Minerva Cueva's aesthetic practice can be situated at the interface between political action and exercises of social self-determination. Among the central themes she has addressed through her work are the...
Grayson Perry: Smash Hits | Author: Grayson Perry
Grayson Perry is one of Britain's most celebrated contemporary artists and cultural figures. This book, which includes first sight of new and previously unpublished works, is published to accompany the...
Tina Modotti | Author: Isabel Tejeda Martin
Embracing every aspect of Modotti's brief but stellar career and filled with archival images and insightful essays, this is certain to be the definitive reference work on a photographer whose...