Jolene

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

 

PARTS MANUAL 2014
EARTH-MARKING AND OFFSHORE
JAMES CAPPER

Edited by Ben Eastham

Designed by Studio Hato

Published by Hato Press and Hannah Barry in 2014

£10 + P&P

James Capper

Poster from the show WAYS TO MAKE A SHIP WALK

2018

Limited Edition

£15 + P&P

George Rouy

Poster from the show Squeeze Hard Enough it Might Just Pop!

2018

Limited Edition

£15 + P&P

Available in 2020

George Rouy

Poster from the show Squeeze Hard Enough it Might Just Pop!

2018

Limited Edition

£15 + P&P

Marie Jacotey

Me dog, 2013

Digital print on Japanese paper

17 x 17 cm

Edition of 20

£70 + P&P

 

Marie Jacotey

At night, 2013

Digital print on Japanese paper

17.3 x 16.8 cm

Edition of 20

£70 + P&P

 

Marie Jacotey

Chillaxing on couch, 2013

Digital print on Japanese paper

22 x 12.8 cm

Edition of 20

£70 + P&P

Marie Jacotey

Karl Lagerfeld, 2013

Digital print on Japanese paper

22.5 x 15.7 cm

Edition of 20

£70 + P&P

 

Marie Jacotey

The Weirdest, 2013

Digital print on Japanese paper

22.5 x 14.5 cm

Edition of 20

£70 + P&P

Marie Jacotey

Face it baby, 2013

Digital print on Japanese paper

20.5 x 15.5 cm

Edition of 20 

£70 + P&P

 

Marie Jacotey

Rodéo fun, 2013

Digital print on Japanese paper

20.5 x 17.8 cm

Edition of 20 

£70 + P&P

Marie Jacotey

The one, 2013

Digital print on Japanese paper

21 x 17.6 cm

Edition of 20 

£70 + P&P

Marie Jacotey

Like death, 2013

Digital print on Japanese paper

22.30 x 12.5 cm

Edition of 20

£70 + P&P

Merry Art

Merry Art is a manifesto for remembrance, in the present, towards the future. The request we sent to all contributors was to describe their most intense experience with art in 200 words. 

Edited by Hannah Barry & Donatien Grau

Designed by Victoria Bridal

Published by Hannah Barry Gallery in 2015

Printed by Ex Why Zed

152 pp

Softcover

£15 + p&p

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