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.


Masquerade – Women’s Contemporary Portrait Photography

Masquerade includes ten photographic portfolios and seven newly commissioned writings, consciously using and re-evaluating the codes and traditions surrounding photographic portraiture. More 

Reception – Peter Bobby

Reception is the first major monograph by artist emerging Peter Bobby who studied MA Fine Art at University of Wales Institute Cardiff. More 

Hidden – Paul Seawright

The Imperial War Museum commissioned two contemporary artists to respond to the terrorist attacks of September 11th and the war in Afghanistan. Paul Seawright was the first to go to Afghanistan, in June 2002. More 

haha: margam revisited

Margam Park was the ancestral home of the Talbots, of whom Henry Fox Talbot was a pioneering photographer. Some of the earliest photographic images were made there. More 

Operation Ferrule – Bedwyr Williams

In his adopted guise as roving detective, Williams eloquently weaves a complex, and at times surreal picture of the arts in Wales. More 

Prefabrications – Gary Robins

On December 11th 1947, a Pontypool man was arrested after being caught peering through the window of a prefabricated bungalow and terrifying the female occupants. More 

Altared Vision – Phil Cope

Altars are a universal religious phenomenon. They are one of our most focused points of connection with the divine or spirit world; interfaces between ‘heaven’ and earth, between the living and the dead. More 

Gimlet Eye – Donigan Cumming

Opposing reactions and interpretations have cut a singular path for the controversial work of leading North American artist, Donigan Cumming. More 

Karen Ingham – Death’s Witness

Karen Ingham’s latest series of lens-based work, brought together in this timely monograph, is a critical re-examination of the relationship between death, icons, the body, and photography More 

West – Ffotobiennial Wales

Reflecting the independent spirit of some of Wales’ emerging photographers, West embraces landscape photography, portraiture, documentary realism and more experimental uses of the medium. More