Visual Arts & Culture: Hi and Lo

Booth-Clibborn Editions
Consultant Senior Editor
1994-2011

Other books
1982-2011

Just Above the Mantelpiece

Booth-Clibborn Editions
London, 2001 (As consultant senior editor)
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Designer Wayne Hemingway on mass-market 'art' prints. "Value deserves to be restored to a genre derided by certain members of the art elite," according to Hemingway.

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Mrs. Newton

Booth-Clibborn/Taschen
London, 2004 (As consultant senior editor)
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Photographer June Newton, known as Alice Springs, takes the reader on an autobiographical journey from Australia to Europe and LA with her husband Helmut Newton. In parallel runs a gallery of their professional and home shots. Designed by Graphic Thought Facility.

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Oneness

Booth-Clibborn Editions/Hatje Cantz
London, 2007 (As consultant senior editor)
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Mariko Mori, a monograph and overview. Mariko Mori was born in Tokyo in 1967 and lives and works in New York and Tokyo.  "The concept of oneness," says Mori, "... is an unanswered question I carry ... through the journey of making work." 

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Ray Gun. Out of Control

Booth-Clibborn Editions/Simon & Schuster
London, 1997 (As consultant senior editor)
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Ray Gun experimented with its journalism and typography - art directed by David Carson - but above all immersed itself in the culture it covered. This is the book of the magazine, edited by Dean Kuipers and assembled in London.

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Shootback

Booth-Clibborn Editions
London, 1999 (As consultant senior editor)
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With support from the Ford Foundation, Lana Wong put basic point-and-shoot cameras into the hands of 32 teenage boys and girls from Mathare, Nairobi, one of Africa's largest slums.

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Staging A Revolution

Booth-Clibborn Editions/New York University Press
London/New York, 1999 (As consultant senior editor)
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Subtitled, 'The Art of Persuasion in the Islamic Republic of Iran'. Written by Professors Peter Chelkovski and Hamid Dabashi, the book examines the orchestration of public myths and collective symbols prior to 1978-79. Designed by Jonathan Barnbrook.

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