George Rouy: Selected Works 2017 – 2023

Published by Tarmac Press 2023
Linen bound hardback with tip-in and foil block cover
Litho print on Magno Volume & Munken Lynx paper
215.5 x 269cm
108 pages
Text by Charlie Mills
Studio photography by Kingsley Ifill
Designed by Jamie Reid Studio

Published on the occasion of the artists solo exhibition BODY SUIT at Hannah Barry Gallery.

£48.00 + P&P.

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“Comprising forty seven paintings created between 2017 – 2022, this inaugural monograph of Rouy’s work, published by Tarmac Press, brings together selected paintings from over ten bodies of work to survey his dynamic and signature use of the human figure, which, constrained and liberated, speaks to the extremities of our time. In the following pages Rouy’s approach shape-shifts from unified, ambient subjects made strange and alluring to us through their sparse yet enduring symbolism.” – Charlie Mills.

Oliver Griffin

As direction of time through purpose, perfection and practice
Catalogue 2021 – 2022

by Oliver Griffin

Edition of 42 signed and numbered by the artist

£24 + P&P

Marie Jacotey and Lola Halifa-Legrand

Filles Bleues, Peur Blanche, 2021
Limited edition film posters
100 x 70 cm

£18 + P&P each

Jeremy Deller

Putin’s Happy, 2019
Signed exhibition poster
118 x 84 cm

£42 + P&P




Jolene is a collaborative project by artist Guy Gormley and poet Rachael Allen.
The book presents a series of photographs and poems that explore the
experience of isolation and claustrophobia in a rural, disenfranchised part of
Cornwall, while also engaging with the social impact of shifting economic
geographies. Much of the preparatory work for Jolene was done during a visit to
Rachael’s family home in the Cornish village of Dobwalls. Though this time was
crucial to the composition of the book, many of Guy’s photographs date from
before or after the trip. Image and text work together but are not illustrative, their
juxtaposition producing moments of consonance and dissonance. And while
Jolene is in a certain sense specific to Cornwall, its intimate and sometimes
humorous dealings with the everyday push the book outside of its particular
context, allowing the reader to weave together his or her own narrative.

Published by the independent imprint Matchstick Books.

£15+ P&P

James Capper

James Capper



Edited by Ben Eastham

Designed by Studio Hato

Published by Hato Press and Hannah Barry in 2014

£10 + P&P

George Rouy

Squeeze Hard Enough it Might Just Pop!, 2018
Limited edition exhibition poster
100 x 70 cm

£18 + P&P

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