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Christmas deals on Impressions Gallery publications

Fri, 4th Dec, 2015

This Christmas we have lots of fabulous gift ideas and unique stocking fillers to suit all budgets. As well as this, we're offering fantastic discounts on our exclusive range of Impressions publications with many books now £5 or under. 

Buy our Impressions Publications online by Friday 18 December and have them sent straight to your door in time for Christmas. For orders outside the UK please phone the Gallery on +44 (0)1274 737843.

Stocking fillers

imPRESS series of pocket size books buy for £2.00

The Factory of Dreams Stefan Ruiz Now £2.00 usual price £3.50



Full colour publication features Ruiz’s photographs; capturing the over the top stars, lavish sets and melodrama and fantasy of ‘telenovelas’- Latin American soap operas. 


Includes 'Cinderella grows up' Pippa Oldfield's tale of telenovelas. 



Published in 2005

Soft back: 30 pages, dimensions: 16 x 10 cm





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Becoming Nancy Drew Laurie Long Now £2.00 usual price £3.50



Full colour publication features work by Californian artist Laurie Long in her quest to relive the adventures of her childhood heroine Nancy Drew. 
Includes a selection of illustrations from original Nancy Drew Mysteries books and essay by Helen Little (curator, Tate Britain) 

 



Published in 2005

Soft back: 30 pages, dimensions: 16 x 10 cm





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Other Impressions Publications


Trish Morrissey

Front Trish Morrissey Now £5.00 usual price £7.99



Following a successful tour in Europe this year to the Centre for Contemporary Culture at Palazzo Strozzi, Florence, as well as showing as part of the Visiona Festival in Spain, here is your chance to own all twelve photographs from the series, where fact and fiction blur, in one publication. 




Includes essay by Pippa Oldfield ìPassing Strange: Familial Impostersî 
and a short story by Anne McNeill. 



Published in 2009

Soft back: 44 pages, dimensions: 20 x 16 cm




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Seven Years Trish Morrissey Now £5.00 usual price £7.99



The now highly acclaimed Seven Years is considered to be Morrissey’s seminal work, focussing on childhood and adolescence through a series of elaborately staged and meticulously constructed portraits. 




Essay by Anne McNeill examining ìsecrets and liesî within the family album.




Published in 2004

Soft back: 30 pages, dimensions: 20 x 16 cm





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World Photography


Bringing the War Home Now £5.00 usual price £6.99




Featuring the work of 9 photographers, including 2013 Deutsche Börse award winners Boomberg & Chanarin, as well as Edmund Clark’s Letters to Omar, this book challenges the conventions of traditional war photography. 



Foreword by Hilary Roberts (Imperial War Museum). Essay by Pippa Oldfield, (Impressions Gallery) this publication offers a valuable insight into new approaches to conflict photography



Published in 2010

Soft back: 45 pages, dimensions: 21 x 15 cm




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Once More with Feeling Recent Photography from Columbia Now £10.00 usual price £12.00

Features work by six contemporary artists from Colombia. Includes Oscar Muñoz’s incredible archive of 1950s photographs and Juan Pablo Echeverri’s acclaimed photobooth self-portraits.





Essays by Camilla Brown (formally curator at The Photographer’s Gallery) and Pippa Oldfield (Impressions Gallery) exploring the wider context of photography in Colombia.



Published in 2007

Soft back: 104 pages, dimensions: 23 x 17 cm




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Documentary Lovers


Translating Place Now £5.00 usual price £7.50



Joy Gregory is considered to be one of the most significant artists to emerge from the Black British photography movement of the 1980s. This book provides a 'case study' of her three month artist residency in Sri Lanka. It is a poignant body of work that translates Gregory's intense experience of the place. 




Essay by Rohini Malik Okon. Edited by Anne McNeill



Published in 2010

Soft back: 79 pages, dimensions: 20 x 17 cm



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Hand to Mouth Tessa Bunney Now £5.00 usual price £7.50

Shot in Bunney’s trademark documentary style, with over 150 colour photographs, this book takes you on a four year journey through the seasons, witnessing the changing landscapes and rhythms of rural activities of villagers in Romania’s Carpathian mountains.
Tessa Bunney was announced this year as the Pink Lady Food Photographer of The Year 2014.

Published in 2007

Soft back: 141 pages, dimensions: 24 x 24 cm




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Focus on Bradford


Evidence Ways of Looking Now £5.00 usual price £10.00



Find out how Jeremy Deller produced an exhibition using Bradford Museums’ photographic archive, read National Media Museum curator Greg Hobson’s account of Daniel Meadows early photographic works and Gerry Badger’s (author of The Genius of Photography and editor of The Photobooks with Martin Parr) take on Magnum photographer Donovan Wylie. Features work by Turner Prize winner Douglas Gordon and many others.




Edited by Anne McNeill (Impressions Gallery)




Published in 2011

Soft back: 11 pages, dimensions: 23 x 18 cm





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Reconstruction Gavin Parry Now £5.00 usual price £9.50



Own a piece of Impressions Gallery's history. Gavin Parry’s witty photographs go behind the scenes of building our gallery. Forward by influential designer Wayne Hemmingway.



Essay by Professor John Kippin and his views on photography. 




Published in 2007

Soft back: 83 pages, dimensions: 23 x 18 cm




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Don't forget, every purchase directly supports our exhibition and events programme.


Hand to Mouth // Tessa Bunney

Hand to Mouth // Tessa Bunney

Hand to Mouth // Tessa Bunney Seven Year Trish Morrissey The Factory of Dreams // Stefan Ruiz Becoming Nancy Drew // Laurie Long Joy Gregory // Translating Place Ways of Looking // Evidence Reconstruction // Gavin Parry Bringing the War Home Once more, with feeling: Recent photography from Colombia

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