Our published titles
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A Book of Liverpool Football
Published June 2016
Football off the pitch: This is as far removed from Blatter and all that as you will get.
The grittiness of what football means in Liverpool, brilliantly observed
over two decades by Ken Grant.
Memento Mori (Facsimile)
Published April 2016
A long overdue facsimile reprint of a title that has been out of print for many years.
Memento Mori, Peter Mitchell's first publication, was published in 1990 and documents the dramatic impact of the Quarry Hill redevelopment project in Leeds.
Some Thing means Everything to Somebody
Published June 2015
This much anticipated work follows Mitchell’s sell-out monograph Strangely Familiar, one of the fastest selling photobooks of 2013. Now he tackles his own experience of time passing in inimitable surreal style, pairing significant images of personal ephemera with images of scarecrows taken over the last 40 years.
Published 15th May 2016. O/P
This book uses the aesthetics of Shenasnameh, an official Birth Certificate of a person, to discuss the representation of women in Iran. The official document shows the full name, a photograph and other information to do with the identity of a person during her lifetime.
This extensive body of work, made over the last 4 years, compiles a series of 39 portraits of women, finger prints and rejected photographs transforming the nature of the document.