Books

Stuart Hall: Conversations, Projects and Legacies examines the career of the cultural studies pioneer, interrogating his influence and revealing lesser-known facets of his work.
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Following the huge success of exhibitions in Coventry, Mumbai and New York, 95-year-old Coventry photographer Masterji is releasing a new photographic book of highlights from his archive.
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Sunil Gupta, Joy Gregory and Ingrid Pollard are three of the most important black photographers of the past 30 years. Buy all three of these monographs in our special offer for £20 and save £28 over the normal retail price
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This book was produced in conjunction with the exhibition of the same name, curated by Gaëtane Verna and Mark Sealy organised by The Power Plant Contemporary Art Gallery in partnership with Autograph ABP.
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This book charts Bruno Boudjelal’s 11-year inquiry into his origins, his identity and his unknown family, set against the background of an Algerian state in the process of turning its citizens against each other and abandoning them to their own resources.
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A comprehensive survey of the artistic output of Donald Rodney who, at the time of his death in 1998 aged 36, had produced some of the most engaging, provocative and innovative work of his generation.
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As many as 20,000 people ‘disappeared’ in Algeria in the 1990s. Omar D’s photographs seek to prevent a repressive state from obliterating the memory of so many of its citizens.
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A limited edition catalogue for the exhibition Even This Will Pass comprising 10 portraits which tell of the journeys of Eritrean refugees to find stability and hope in Britain.
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James Barnor is a pioneer of Ghanaian photography. This monograph surveys a career spanning continents and photographic genres to create a transatlantic narrative marked by his passionate interest in people and cultures.
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Growing Up Black is a beautifully designed, thought-provoking monograph which documents Black domestic life in Hackney, East London during the 1960s and 70s.
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Growing Up Black is a beautifully designed, thought-provoking monograph which documents domestic life in Hackney in the 1960s and 70s. It is available as a limited edition hardback book with 10" x 12" silver gelatin signed print.
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Lovers’ Rock is a series of portraits created in 1977 at the youth centre where photographer John Goto taught evening classes. The images remained unseen in his archive for more than 35 years until brought to the attention of Autograph ABP.
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The photographs Rotimi Fani-Kayode made in collaboration with his partner Alex Hirst constitute a profound narrative of sexual and cultural difference.
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An ethnographic and photographic investigation into the complex meanings of living in Congo's urban worlds today.
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The photographs in this first monograph of Franklyn Rodgers’ work include many Black artists, writers and cultural commentators. It shows his desire to redefine portrait photography by making the encounter a space of risk that inspires possibilities.
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French photographer Bruno Boudjelal explores the intricate links between personal and national identity and cultural memory in this evocative photo essay about Algeria which won the 2015 Prix Nadar photography book prize.
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Vanley Burke’s photographs represent an important and sensitive portrayal of black people and their history in post-war Birmingham.
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A unique cross-curricular teaching aid for use in Art & Design, History and Citizenship at Key Stages 2, 3, 4 and 5.
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