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.

 


Ron McCormick – Yellow

This elegant bookwork by British photographer, Ron McCormick explores the colour yellow, through a series of photographic images drawn from the signs, found marks and detritus of the city. More 

Gwendraeth House – Peter Finnemore

Gwendraeth House brings together two series of formally very different, but complimentary, photographic works by Peter Finnemore, one of Wales’ most original and inventive artists. More 

Journeys in the Dreamland – Del Favero · Rhodes · Zahalka

Journeys in the Dreamland is an exhibition catalogue featuring three major contemporary Australian photographic artists whose work alludes to the differences between urban and rural experiences in Australia. More 

Alicon Marchant – Relicta

Relicta draws its inspiration from a multi-media artwork by the British artist, Alison Marchant, and retraces the extraordinary life story of Victorian servant, Hannah Cullwick. More 

Elisa Sighicelli – Elisa Sighicelli

Elisa Sighicelli was born 1968 in Turin and studied at Chelsea College of Art, Kingston University and the Slade School of Fine Art. She has exhibited extensively throughout Italy, and in a number of major group shows in London. More 

Ian Breakwell – Death’s Dance Floor

Middle Ages. Living dignitaries were in turn serenaded, tormented, then taken as partners by Death, the skeletal multi-instrumentalist Musician, the anarchic Trickster, the cavorting Dancer. More 

Reconnaissance – Josef Koudelka

n alien landing on earth for the first time wouldn’t have any difficulty deciphering Josef Koudelka’s epic panoramic photographs. More 

Narben – Detlef Henrichs

Narben features a series of compelling self-portraits alongside images of friends and acquaintances who have been touched, in different degrees, by extraordinary physical and emotional suffering. More 

Deep Blue – Peter Fraser

Deep Blue features an iconic series of colour ‘portraits’ of a newly emerging social class – the machine. More 

Portrait Of A Man – Michael Mauracher

Portrait of a Man is the product of a fifteen year long project by Austrian artist, Michael Mauracher. Fascinated by the nature of portraiture, Mauracher has produced a series of over 30 intriguing life studies, all of one anonymous individual. More