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In the Beginning: Anselm Kiefer & Photography

Jean de Loisy, Sebastien Delot, Heiner Bastian, Christian Weikop
£35.00

System Process Form

Type as Algorithm Paul McNeil, Hamish Muir
£75.00

Sheer: Yves Saint Laurent

The Diaphanous Creations of Yves Saint Laurent Émilile Hammen, Shazia Boucher, Domitille Éble, Judith Lamas, Alice Coulon-Saillard, Sophie Henwood, Anne-Claire Laronde
£35.00

Virginia Woolf

Alexandra Harris
£12.99
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Marking 75 years of Thames & Hudson

Announcing a celebratory publishing programme, international promotions and events, and a new Book Design Prize.
Podcasts

Podcast: Collaboration: A Potential History of Photography

This unmissable episode takes on the vast history of photography, unpacking the myth of single creatorship, and exploring the many complex relationships at play in image-making.
Author Interviews

'Hope is best expressed in colour': Joel Meyerowitz on the power of colour photography

We sit down with legendary photographer Joel Meyerowitz to explore his foundational work with colour.
Features

A book unlike any other: The making of An Atlas of Es Devlin

'An Atlas of Es Devlin' has sold out in record time and is currently reprinting. Here, Thames & Hudson Production Controller Julie Bosser takes us behind the scenes, showing what it takes to pull off this ‘tour de force of bookmaking’ – and why it's worth every second.
Podcasts

Podcast: Splendour, water, and light: The immense art history of Venice

In this episode, art critic Martin Gayford takes us on a breathtaking journey through five centuries of art history in Venice, exploring masterpieces of the Italian Renaissance, Peggy Guggenheim’s palazzo, the kaleidoscopic Venice Biennale and more.
Features

‘Renaissance eyes are fixed on this life’: The defining truths of Renaissance art

In this extract from ‘Earthly Delights’, Jonathan Jones delves into the worlds of Da Vinci, Michelangelo, Botticelli and more, exploring how the Renaissance created ‘a new way of experiencing the world.’

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