publications

Ffotogallery publishes a range of artist monographs, exhibition catalogues and artist bookworks featuring original artist work and critical discussion about contemporary international photographic art. Our publishing output complements our programme of temporary photography and lens-based media exhibitions, as well as our diverse education programme. You can find information below on all of Ffotogallery’s publications, including the option to purchase them through Cornerhouse online bookstore. A range of Ffotogallery publications are also available for purchase from the gallery at Turner House. Ffotogallery Members are entitled to 25% discount.

 


Believing is Seeing

Believing is Seeing focuses on the work of seven Korean artists who each adopt different approaches to contemporary photography or photography-based work. More 

No Place Like Home – Faye Chamberlain / Chris Young

No Place Like Home was a unique arts project culminating in a publication, exhibition and sound installation at Cardiff’s city centre homeless hostels, Tresillian House and The Huggard. More 

Condition Report – New Photographic Art from the Czech Republic

This publication features five emerging Czech artists who share an interest in the mutability of the photograph as an object – its potential to be overwritten, degraded or otherwise modified, more often than not through analogue processes rather than digital means. More 

Lost for Words – Peter Fraser

The outcome of visits to many diverse sites of interest across Wales, Lost for Words captures in Peter Fraser’s unique way the spirit of the country. More 

Silent Village – Peter Finnemore, Paolo Ventura, Rachel Trezise, Humphrey Jennings

On June 10th 1942, the Czechoslovakian village of Lidice, near Prague, was obliterated by the Nazis following the assassination of Reinhard Heydrich by the Czech resistance. More 

The Skater – Wendy McMurdo

The artist’s new body of work, The Skater, draws inspiration from Sir Henry Raeburn’s painting Reverend Walker Skating on Duddingston Loch, widely regarded as an image characteristic of the Scottish enlightenment. More 

Humming Paradise – Joe Magee

In this new body of work a landscape of winter trees, infected with human messages in the form of braille, breaks down in a natural process of corruption. More 

Make Light Work – Ffotogallery Education

Make Light Work is a collection of ten projects taken from the ongoing learning programme developed by Ffotogallery Education. More 

Richard Page – What We Already Know

What We Already Know is the first major monograph by Richard Page, whose luminous and distorting photographic images depict an unsettling and unsettled landscape. More 

Invisible Cities – Paul Seawright

Photographic representation of Africa in a Western context – characterised by largely pejorative imagery – has always held a fascination for the artist Paul Seawright. More