Tag Archives: Hockney

From Hockney to Perry to Rego . . . and more . . . new books:

Paula Rego – dancing ostriches : from Disney’s ‘Fantasia’ 1995

You say you want a revolution? : records and rebels 1966-1970

Crossing the circle : Philippe Vandenberg

Grayson Perry by Jacky Klein

Paula Rego: paintings & etchings from the 1980s

Suzanne Treister – HFT the gardener

A history of pictures : from the cave to the computer screen. David Hockney

Currently on display – these books can be borrowed now.


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New Books

odds and endsThérèse Oulton – elsewhere: 5-27 September 2014

How are you Creative?

The Return of the Repressed Louise Bourgeois

Collaboration Through Craft

Foreign Bodies Christoph Wellweger

The Arrival of Spring David Hockney

James Lee Byars 1/2 an autobiography

1982 Simon Fujiwara

Sarah Lucas: situation, absolute, beach, man, rubble

On display until 1oth June. Follow the links to the library catalogue to read more or to place a reservation.












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New books

These are on display until Wednesday 21st  for you to browse, enjoy and reserve if you wish. Follow the links to the catalogue to see more information about each item.

Textiles . . . . .








 Fashion Illustration School                     Stitch, Cloth, Shimmer & Shine


Printmaking . . . .









Hockney Printmaker                            Edvard Munch: A Genious of Printmaking

and also . . . . .


Edvard Munch: The Modern Eye


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Publics and Counterpublics

The Art & Craft of Richard Woods

The Politics of Aesthetics

Troika®, 63-83

How Architecture Works: A Humanist’s Toolkit

Christopher Wood

Art Inc: The Essential Guide for Building your Career as an Artist

Marking Language

The Global Art Compass

Canan Tolon, sidesteps

100 Works of art that will define our age

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