Special exhibition price £20, usual price £25
The Home Front examines the relationship between leisure and the military in the UK, in particular the air shows that take place at Royal Air Force bases and in the skies above our seaside resorts.
Published by Dewi Lewis Publishing in association with Impressions Gallery. This full colour hardback publication accompanies the exhibition The Home Front at Impressions Gallery 14 September to 23 November 2013.
Publication price £15
Over a period of five years, award-winning photographer Paul Floyd Blake regularly photographed sixteen young athletes in the build up to the London 2012 Olympic and Paralympic Games.
Published by Dewi Lewis Publishing in association with Impressions Gallery. This full colour hardback publication accompanies the exhibition Personal Best at Impressions Gallery 24 June to 15 September 2012.
Publication price £10.00
This full colour publication published by Impressions Gallery to coincide with Ways of Looking the UK'S newest photography festival staged in Bradford city centre in October 2011.
The search for evidence is a creative, interrogative and constructive pursuit. Featuring new work published for the first time, this book offers a valuable insight into the question 'can photography be a carrier of facts?'
Publication price £7.50
This full colour publication published by Impressions Gallery is a poignant, and at times, moving body of work that translates Joy Gregory’s intense experience of place.
The book includes some of the photographs shown in the exhibition Lost Languages and other voices showing at Impressions in 2011.
Publication price £6.99
This new full colour publication accompanied the exhibition, Bringing the War Home showing at Impressions in 2010.
Challenging the conventions of traditional war photography, Bringing the War Home draws together powerful photographic responses that connect both directly and in directly with the recent conflicts in Iraq and Afghanistan.
Publication price £19.99
This full colour publication published by Impressions Gallery in association with The Photographers Gallery explores the domestic life of Anna Fox at 41 Hewitt Road, a large rambling house in North London.
Anna Fox is one of the most significant photographers to emerge from the new wave of British colour documentary of the 1980s, and in 2008 Impressions initiated a major survey show of Fox's work, Cockroach Diary and other stories. The exhibition was subsequently nominated for the Deutsche Börse Photography Prize 2010.
Publication price £7.99
This new full colour publication accompanied the exhibition Front at Impressions Gallery in 2009.
Front is a series twelve photographs that uses the family group and the beach as metaphors for borders and boundaries; both physical and psychological. It is a multi-layered body of work in which the artist, Trish Morrissey, appears to shape shift into different female personas, usually the mother figure, as she poses with different groups.
Publication price £24.99
This new Photoworks publication, published in association with Impressions Gallery, offers the first comprehensive survey of the work to date of British photographer Anna Fox. This publication accompanies Anna Fox's solo exhibition shown at Impressions Gallery in Summer 2008.
Publication price £12.00
Once more, with feeling' brings together the work of six contemporary artists from Colombia: Milena Bonilla, Juan Manuel Echavarria, Juan Pablo Echeverri, Maria Elvira Escallon, Oscar Munoz and Maria Isabel Rueda.
This publication accompanies our exhibition Once more, with feeling: Recent photography from Colombia, currently on tour throughout the UK.
Publication priced £7.50
Over a period of four years, Tessa Bunney travelled to the Carpathian Mountains in Romania to meet village dwellers and nomadic shepherds, exploring the inter-dependency between the landscape and it's local inhabitants.
This full colour publication accompanied the exhibition Hand to Mouth at Impressions Gallery in 2007.
Publication price £3.50
This 36 page full colour publication features Ruiz’s large scale colour photographs; capturing the stars, sets and melodrama of ‘telenovelas’ – Latin American soap operas.
This is the second publication in the imPRESS series of fully illustrated pocket size books, published to accompany key work shown at the Gallery.
Publication price £3.50
This full colour publication accompanying the exhibition Undercover, features work by California based artist Laurie Long, along with a selection of illustrations from editions of the Nancy Drew Mysteries.
This is the first publication in the imPRESS series of fully illustrated pocket size books, published to accompany key work shown at the Gallery.
Publication price £7.99
This full colour publication published by Impressions Gallery accompanied Trish Morrissey’s New Works, an exhibition commissioned by the gallery in 2004.
In a series of elaborately staged portraits, Morrissey worked closely with her elder sister to impersonate family members (both real and imagined) and re-enact memories familiar to all of us. The resulting series of colour photographs is titled Seven Years, referring to the age gap between Morrissey and her sister. In contrast to most family photos, the people in her images rarely smile, allowing the viewer to concentrate on the gestures and body language, which reveal hidden tensions between family members. They are at once nostalgic and unsettling.