SELECTED PUBLICATIONS & EDITIONS

The list that follows below is of gallery editions arranged chronolgically and below that is a list arranged alphabetically by artist, which includes a selection of publications, artist's books, editioned multiples, selected luxuries, badges, bags, posters, beermats and other essential sundries. Items with no price given are either sold out or very low in stock are available for viewing in the gallery. All priced items may be purchased directly from the gallery and are carried in stock. We aim to post all orders within 3 working days of payment confirmation. During holidays this time may be extended, all placed orders will advised or confirmed accordingly.

Artists include: Ailbhe Ní Bhriain, Ansel Krut, Arthur Brick, Chris Hanlon, Daniel Gustav Cramer, David Gates, Emma Talbot, Haris Epaminonda, Jeffrey TY Lee, John Strutton, Lara Viana, Lothar Götz, Lucy Pawlak, Marcel Dinahet, Miho Sato, Neil Gall, Nicky Hirst, Rachel Adams, Stuart Brisley, Ron Haselden, Sharon Kivland, Siân Pile and Walter Swennen.

 

Neil Gall – The Studio: Cover Versions – domobaal editions 2018
Neil Gall – The Studio: Cover Versions
An archive of one hundred and forty seven collaged covers reproduced one to one. Bound as an assembly of manilla board together with two typewritten texts presented as a foolscap folio written by Ruth Lough and Dr. Jon Wood, 34.2×27.2×1cm.
Designed by Alex Rich
Texts by Jon Wood and Ruth Lough
DOMOBAAL editions – 2018
ISBN 9781905957 590
Buy: £30.00 plus p&p (click on thumbnail)

 

Lothar Götz – Staircases – domobaal editions 2017
Lothar Götz – Staircases
A monographic book celebrating fifteen staircase murals by Lothar Götz, published for the opening of 'Xanadu' which was commissioned for the reopening of Leeds Art Gallery in November 2017 and supported by the Art Fund, Art Happens. The book is perfect bound, with 120 pages in luscious colour and pays tribute in form and size to *Reclam books (Reclam Verlag or just Reclam is a German publishing house, established in Leipzig in 1828 by Anton Philipp Reclam (1807–1896). It is particularly well–known for the 'little yellow books' of its Universal–Bibliothek (Universal library), simple paperback editions of literary classics for school and education).
Designed by Alex Rich
Introduction by Sarah Brown, Principal Keeper, Leeds Art Gallery
Text by Bazon Brock in German and in English
Printed by Die Keure, Brugge, Belgium
DOMOBAAL editions – 2017
ISBN 9781905957 583
Buy: £15.00 plus p&p (click on thumbnail)

 

Ron Haselden – Papillon de la Nuit – domobaal editions 2014
Ron Haselden – Papillon de la Nuit
An annotated diary written by Matthew Reeves, working alongside Ron Haselden, of the construction of Ron Haselden's most ambitious and largest cord sculpture to date built in the grounds of Manoir des Guèrandes, Plouër–sur–Rance in Brittany, France, in April 2013.
28 pages, 16 colour photographs, one of which is included as a full–bleed scored and folded A4 loose insert.
DOMOBAAL editions – 2014
ISBN 9781905957 538
Buy: £10.00 plus p&p (click on thumbnail)

 

Stuart Brisley – domobaal editions 2013
Stuart Brisley
A series of monographic publications by domobaal and Mummery+Schnelle. Each are: soft cover, offset printed, 26.6×20.6cm, fully illustrated and focus on a single body of work as follows: Jerusalem (2011–12), The Missing Text (2012–13), Homage to the Commune (1976), 12 Days (1975), Hille Fellowship Poly Wheel (1970), Photography (1988–91), Before the Mast (2013). Titles may be purchased either as single booksor as a set, the series is published in an edition of 300 sets, and is also available presented in a clothbound slipcase made by the Book Works Studio.
DOMOBAAL editions – 2013
ISBN 9781905957 453 Stuart Brisley – Photography (1988–91) 16 pp
ISBN 9781905957 484 Stuart Brisley – Homage to the Commune (1976) 16 pp
ISBN 9781905957 453 Stuart Brisley – Jerusalem (2011–12) 16 pp
ISBN 9781905957 460 Stuart Brisley – The Missing Text (2012–13) 12 pp
ISBN 9781905957 477 Stuart Brisley – 12 Days (1975) 14 pp
ISBN 9781905957 491 Stuart Brisley – Hille Fellowship Poly Wheel (1970) 20 pp
ISBN 9781905957 507 Stuart Brisley – Before the Mast (2013) 12 pp
ISBN 9781905957 521 Stuart Brisley – Complete set in a slipcase (2013)
Buy: £8 each or £45 for the full set of 7 titles plus p&p (click on thumbnail)

 

Sharon Kivland – Jeux de Lignes – domobaal editions 2013
Sharon Kivland – Jeux de Lignes
The notes on corsets, girdles, and brassieres from a French lingerie journal of the 1950s are translated in a rather literal fashion. There are no illustrations save for a drawing at the beginning – – a short girdle with a waistband under a tweed dress – – and one at the end – – a supple corset allows a décolleté for a cocktail dress – – for I am sure my reader has a playful imagination and will embellish the words with ease.
Edition of 50, 20×13cm, stapled, black and white with two hand–coloured tipped in photographic illustrations
DOMOBAAL editions – 2013
ISBN 9871905957 385
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Reproductions III: Sharon Kivland – 12 Part Subscription Package – domobaal editions 2013
Sharon Kivland – Reproductions III Du Monde/Of the World
Domo Baal and Sharon Kivland are delighted to present a subscription series, following the success of Reproductions I in 2012 (with many satisfied customers). It is subtitled Du Monde/Of the World, and if you will forgive a perhaps grandiose notion, the artist has been thinking about Maurice Merleau–Ponty's account of vision and visibility (that we are looked at, in the spectacle of the world), and Jacques Lacan's commentary thereon (that the world is not exhibitionistic, it does not provoke our gaze, but when it does, the feeling of strangeness begins). But enough of that!
There are thirteen books in the series limited to an edition of 50 each. Each book, of between 16 and 36 pages, draws on the artist's collections of postcards, magazines, cuttings, and other printed ephemera, in another attempt to organise, catalogue, and archive. There is little text, apart from the title and usual colophon material. The books are black and white, printed on an ivory 120gsm Munken paper, stapled with a square spine, each: 19cm by 15cm.

Laura Gonzalez writes: "I wanted to tell you how much of a satisfied customer of your subscription I am. 'Amants du Monde' is extraordinary, moving, and rather uncanny in the fixity of the images. I cannot help but wonder what happened to them. The book becomes a kind of verb, rather than a noun, if you see what I mean."

Stephen Cornell writes: "Just a quick email to let you now how much I am enjoying the new series of books. I'm not sure what it is about the format but the size is really bringing something, it reminds me of books from my childhood but I can't recall the details yet. The warning about the last image in the most recent book was much appreciated but still didn't prepare me for what I saw. Truly disturbing. The giving of eggs appeared to be fairly niche as a subject for cards, however, I am now left with the impression that you have hardly scratched the surface. Perhaps there is a whole category devoted solely to that sinister man from the last page? Keep them coming. Thank you."

Jamie Crewe writes: "The new books are delightful – I love the blue covers, and the size, and the binding, and the quality of the printing. Strangely enough, I think my favourite images in the new one are those of smart young men holding the giant papier maché eggs – I know it's probably related to Easter, but my brain won't allow me to understand why they are posing with them, or why they're giant, so it's romantic and baffling."

Rachel Garfield writes: "I'm enjoying the books more and more. I thought the egg one was great but the men with flowers is even funnier – and sad. I haven't quite put my finger on what it is about them yet, but somehow bound up with this – the nostalgia is subverted through humour and the ridiculousness is subverted through the everyday norm."

Vivien Ashley writes: "There is much to savour in the recent offerings, in particular two legless urbanites dressed for a rural walk. I also love the dancers – the man reminds me of Francois Hollande and his partner clearly had a walk on part in an early Bond film."

Nina Papaconstantinou writes: "Thank you so much for Rosiéristes du Monde and Arrangements Floraux du Monde – I love this series! And it is very interesting how as it develops it gives a more complete picture of what the world is to the author."

Vivien Ashley writes: "Arrangements du Floraux du Monde has given me much delight – I particularly liked the one in the silver teapot. I used to have an annual entry in the novelty section of the Spratton Womens' Institute Flower Show with an artful arrangement in a yellow tea pot. I always received First Prize. But as for fluffy Moggies du Monde – now we're talking. An anxious lot of pussies though, except for a couple of cheery ones towards the end. Why do we like them looking as if they fear being taken off to the nearest rain butt?"

Stephen Cornell writes: "These floral arrangements have had a rather different effect. It's the first time in the series that I have felt that they were all French. You have mentioned that your collection is principally French but I have never been so keenly aware of it. That said, it has made the 'of the world' come into sharper focus as I imagine these collections for every nation."

Laura Gonzales writes: "Chats du Monde was creepy in the best possible way. Anthropomorphic and full of projective desire. It read to me like a sci–fi book and I loved it."

Maria White writes: "I am enjoying the series. I particularly like Femmes du Monde. And who could not enjoy Chats du Monde – terrifying in their cuteness or positively demonic (second to last) – and what is that cat going to do the puppy in the final image?!"

James Hellings writes: "A charming series of mini–archives made up of found images of lost moments. I will miss these moments, and the regularity of their arrival – how often in life may one expect a surprise? My personal favourite, and this to give everything away, is Amants du Monde. The men wear more make–up than the women. There is one image, in particular, that holds my eye. A heavily made–up man sits or lays entirely passively as a woman holds his throat (tenderly?), perhaps she is about to kiss his heavily rouged lips. It is an image which speaks a thousand words I do not know, in a foreign tongue, which I would like translated. Perhaps, Enfants du Monde and Arbres du Monde and Chats du Monde come out of it best; with the most humanity, the most élan, spirit or life. The rest seem like shop dummies, their gaze is fixed, still, expectant yet dead. They unsettle me, these images and archives of the past. The subjects are staged. It is as if they have actually become props for the photographer or become the costumes they wear. They have become objects, wooden and artificial. I am happiest when mistaking philosophers for barmen, and will happily confirm that 'they too address the question of existence'."

The complete series is now offered neatly and attractively housed in a handsome bespoke slipcase, made by Book Works Studio in London. Titles are as set out below.

DOMOBAAL editions – 2013

Reproductions III Vol.I Femmes du Monde ISBN 9781905957 309
(For a woman of the world is sophisticated, experienced in the ways and manners of society)

Reproductions III Vol.II Amants du Monde ISBN 9781905957 323
(Si nous parlions un peu de l'amour – sujet à la mode toujours)

Reproductions III Vol.III Œufs du Monde ISBN 9781905957 330
(On ne fait pas d'omelette sans casser des œufs)

Reproductions III Vol.IV Hommes du Monde ISBN 9781905957 347
(L'homme du monde se distingue du commun des mortels par sa parfaite éducation, son élégance et ses talents de société – ou, tout au contraire, par son ambition, son extravagance et son charisme naturel)

Reproductions III Vol.V Enfants du Monde ISBN 9781905957 347
(L'enfance a des manières de voir, de penser, de sentir qui lui sont propres; rien n'est moins sensé que d'y vouloir substituer les nôtres)

Reproductions III Vol.VI Arbres du Monde ISBN 9781905957 361
(Quand un arbre tombe, on l'entend, quand la forêt pousse, pas un bruit)

Reproductions III Vol.VII Danseurs du Monde ISBN 9781905957 378
(Quand tu veux danser, vois à qui tu donnes la main)

Reproductions III Vol.VIII Rosiéristes du Monde ISBN 9781905957 392
(De mémoire de rose, il n'y a qu'un jardinier au monde)

Reproductions III Vol.IX Arrangements Floraux du Monde ISBN 9781905957 408
(Le cœur le plus sensible à la beauté des fleurs est toujours le premier blessé par les épines)

Reproductions III Vol.X Chats du Monde ISBN 9781905957 415
(Il faut appeler un chat un chat)

Reproductions III Vol.XI Philosophes du Monde ISBN 9781905957 422
(Se moquer de la philosophie, c'est vraiment philosopher)

Reproductions III Vol.XII Poissons du Monde ISBN 9781905957 439
(Il n'y a pas de poisson sans arête)

Reproductions III Vol.XIII Femmes du Monde (encore) ISBN 9781905957 446
(La femme n'existe pas)
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Sharon Kivland – Le Style Louis XVI – domobaal editions 2013
Sharon Kivland – Le Style Louis XVI
A small catalogue of Louis XVI furniture, which makes a rapport between style and revolution, furniture and its naming, femininity and the neo–classical. The ambience is welcoming, despite its sobriety and a whiff of the Terror. The book is published in a edition of 50 copies at the kind invitation of AM Bruno on the occasion of the 16th International Contemporary Artists' Book Fair, Leeds.
17×10.5cm, stapled, this sixteen–page book contains six duo–tone photographic plates, tipped–in by hand
DOMOBAAL editions – 2013
ISBN 9871905957 316
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Sharon Kivland – Reproductions II – domobaal editions 2013'
Sharon Kivland – Reproductions II
A publication in two volumes, bound together to accompany Sharon Kivland's eponymous exhibition, by Jan Campbell and Steve Pile. Dr Jan Campbell is a Reader in English Literature and Psychoanalysis in the Department of English at the University of Birmingham. Jan Campbell has also worked clinically for thirteen years as a psychoanalyst, as well as writing widely on psychoanalysis in relation to feminism, queer theory, autobiography, social and cultural theory, literature, and film. Her most recent book is on the telepathic movement of a maternal form, which she argues is the necessary transferential sublimation of the repressed 'Freudian Passions: Psychoanalysis, Form and Literature' published by Karnac in the Spring of 2013. Professor Steve Pile teaches Geography in the Faculty of Social Sciences at The Open University. He has published on issues concerning place and the politics of identity. He is author of 'Real Cities: modernity, space and the phantasmagorias of city life' (2005) and 'The Body and The City: psychoanalysis, subjectivity and space' (1996). His many collaborative projects include the forthcoming collection, 'Psychoanalytic Geographies' (edited with Paul Kingsbury). He is currently working on early Freudian psychoanalysis and geographies of the body.
Edition of 100
DOMOBAAL editions – 2013
ISBN 9871905957 293
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Sharon Kivland – Mes Mouches – domobaal editions 2011
Sharon Kivland – Mes Mouches
A beauty spot is usually a lesion caused by a 'melanocycotic nevus', but at certain times it was considered to be such an attractive feature that it was appiled as makeup or as a 'mouche' in velvet or silk
Edition of 100, published at the kind invitation of AM Bruno to their project Black Circle on the occasion of the London Art Book Fair 2012
14 pages, stapled, 22.5×15.5cm, with 21 b&w photographic illustrations
DOMOBAAL editions – 2011
ISBN 9871905957 279
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Reproductions I – Sharon Kivland – domobaal editions 2012
Sharon Kivland – Reproductions I
Following the surprising success (the artist was surprised anyway), of her book 'La mer est si bleue' Domo Baal and Sharon Kivland launched a book project that was offered on subscription throughout 2012. It may be described as a speciality package and is certainly most attractive.
Reproductions I consists of a series of twelve books (plus an extra bonus thirteenth book) each in an edition of 100, in a stapled 26×20cm format, with between twelve and twenty–four pages each which draws on Kivland's extensive and particular collection of printed ephemera and postcards, classed thematically according to the whim of the artist (see below). The full set can be purchased for the modest price of £300. The set now includes an extra bonus book Certains messages de loin and is presented in a handsome specially designed bookcloth slipcase made by hand at Bookworks Studio.
(Although the titles are in French, as the books are (largely) made of images only, language should be no barrier to comprehension.)

DOMOBAAL editions – 2012

ISBN 9781905957 156 Frères et Sœurs
ISBN 9781905957 163 Communiants et Communiantes
ISBN 9781905957 170 Pierrots et Pierrettes
ISBN 9781905957 187 Nus exotiques
ISBN 9781905957 194 Les Chiens des Pyrenées
ISBN 9781905957 200 Les Chalets Suisses
ISBN 9781905957 217 Les Amants Modernes
ISBN 9781905957 224 La Neige sur les montagnes
ISBN 9781905957 231 Les Reflets
ISBN 9781905957 248 Femmes et roses
ISBN 9781905957 255 Les Cascades
ISBN 9781905957 262 Les Fontaines
ISBN 9781905957 286 Messages de lointain
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Sharon Kivland – La mer est si bleue – domobaal editions 2011
Sharon Kivland – La mer est si bleue
'Hello from Stella beach where I am spending a nice holiday, despite the bad weather. Best wishes, Marie–Claire'
Edition of 100, published at the kind invitation of AM Bruno on the occasion of the London Art Book Fair 2011
28 pages, stapled, 26×20cm, 12 black and white photographic illustrations
DOMOBAAL editions – 2011
ISBN 9871905957 118
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Rachel Adams – drawnthread
Rachel Adams – drawnthread
A magazine (B5 and in full colour) hand–sewn binding with soft fabric cover with binding needle anchored in the cover, edition 100, each numbered and signed by the artist, September 2011.
DOMOBAAL editions – 2011
ISBN 9781905957 132
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Ailbhe Ní Bhriain – Great Good Places – a four–volume chapbook, presented as as set, in a signed and numbered edition of 100 published to accompany the exhibition
Ailbhe Ní Bhriain – Great Good Places
A set of four A5 chapbooks, each with a bible–cloth soft–cover, of which three are black cloth and one from each set is a different dark hue, with a total of 34 video stills, presented in a glassine bag each copy being signed and numbered by the artist 34 video stills, in a signed and numbered edition of 100. Published to accompany Ailbhe Ní Bhriain's eponymous solo exhibition in 2011.
DOMOBAAL editions – 2011
ISBN 9781905957 101
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Jeffrey TY Lee and Terue Yamauchi – The Builder – domobaal editions 2011
Jeffrey TY Lee and Terue Yamauchi – The Builder
A B5 blueprint publication of eight single folded blueprints 50×35cm, stapled; the cover is a single bluprint image, folded in four, unbound and finished with a dust jacket of tracing paper; blueprint plates printed in Japan by Fukuoka Blueprint Co Ltd, edition 100, September 2011, each copy is numbered and signed by the artists.
DOMOBAAL editions – 2011
ISBN 9781905957 125
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Lee Edwards – How to disappear completely – a domobaal editions pocket book 2011
Lee Edwards – How to disappear completely
A domobaal editions pocket book, unbleached Kraft board front cover, gatefold, A6, 14 folded pages with ten tipped–in colour plates of miniature portraits reproduced life–size, by Lee Edwards on found pieces of wood, text by Iphgenia Baal, published for Lee Edwards' eponymous exhibition in May 2011, edition: 100 copies, each signed and numbered by the artist.
DOMOBAAL editions – 2011
ISBN 9781905957 088
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Sharon Kivland – Le rouge baiser – domobaal editions 2011
Sharon Kivland – Le rouge baiser
A numbered edition of 100, each with an attractive photograph, on which the artist has more or less carefully painted the lipsticked mouth of the image with watercolours, while considering that while 'le rouge baiser permet le baiser' (the red kiss allows kissing), it also permits caressing, screwing around, adultery and fucking.
Chapbook with 20 folded pages, stapled, 15×10.5cm, 16 black and white photographs
DOMOBAAL editions – 2011
ISBN 9781905957 149
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Sharon Kivland – Le cri de la soie (Volume II) – domobaal editions 2011
Sharon Kivland – Le cri de la soie (Volume II)
The speech of kleptomaniac women interviewed by Dr Gaëtan de Clérambault in 1902 is entangled with a medical analysis; the resulting text is an insistent and extended cry of fetishism for silk – an erotic passion, tactile and jouissant. V.B. says that the contact with silk is superior to its sight and that while she would like to sleep in silk, it's not her style; that's for women who are seen in bed.
Edition of 100, 15cm×11cm, 24 pages, published to accompany Sharon Kivland's 'Le cri de la soie (Volume I)'
DOMOBAAL editions – 2011
ISBN 9781905957 095
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Sharon Kivland – Le cri de la soie (Volume I) – domobaal editions 2011
Sharon Kivland – Le cri de la soie (Volume I)
'To the cropped and enlarged photograph, extracted from an underwear trade journal of the 1950s, a strip of colour, that of the packaging of the scent 'Allure' by Chanel is added, cropping or extending the image further. Each woman is ecstatic; the touch of silk against her skin is enough to make her faint, to send into an enclosed jouissance, like those kleptomaniac patients of Gaëtan de Clérambault, for whom the squeaky sound of silk as it was rubbed provided the most intense sensation.'
Edition of 100, 15cm×11cm, 24 pages, 15 duo–tone photographs, published to accompany Sharon Kivland's exhibition 'I am sick of my thoughts'.
DOMOBAAL editions – 2011
ISBN 9781905957 088
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Broadsheet newsprint poster for Walter Swennen's exhibition – domobaal editions 2010
Walter Swennen
Broadsheet newsprint poster published to accompany Walter Swennen's exhibition, printed at Newsfax International
DOMOBAAL editions – 2010
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Lara Viana by Rebecca Geldard, a domobaal editions pocket book 2010
Lara Viana
Pocket Book with an essay by Rebecca Geldard for Lara Viana's solo exhibition in January 2010.
DOMOBAAL editions – 2010
ISBN 9781905957 071
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Time is a Sausage (A Show of Shows) bespoke cotton tote bag
Time is a Sausage (A Show of Shows)
A bespoke cotton tote produced for the exhibition 'Time is a Sausage (A Show of Shows)' sonnet by Iphgenia Baal
DOMOBAAL editions – 2009
edition 150
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Felicity Powell, a domobaal editions pocket book 2009
Felicity Powell
a pocket book with images of 18 wax reliefs, for Felicity Powell's solo exhibition in June 2009.
DOMOBAAL editions – 2009
ISBN 9781905957 064
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'Because You Stood Still' Paul Feigelfeld on Christopher Hanlon, a domobaal editions pocket book 2009
Christopher Hanlon – Because You Stood Still
a pocket book by by Paul Feigelfeld published for Christopher Hanlon's first solo exhibition 'Because You Stood Still' in February 2009.
DOMOBAAL editions – 2009
ISBN 9781905957 057
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Dr. Timothy Martin on Ron Haselden 'In the Asking'
Ron Haselden – In the Asking
an extended essay by Dr Timothy Martin (4 pages A4 with image sheet insert) written for Ron Haselden's second solo exhibition at domobaal and his exhibition at the Camden Arts Centre.
DOMOBAAL editions – 2008
ISBN 9781905957 033
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(traffic scarcely audible)
published for the exhibition of film and video, with text by Robert Dennis, Gil Leung and Lucy Pawlak (4 page A4).
DOMOBAAL editions – 2008

 

Ailbhe Ní Bhriain: 'The Trembing Image' – domobaal editions 2008
Ailbhe Ní Bhriain – The Trembling Image
an essay written by Jonathan Miles for Ailbhe Ní Bhriain's solo exhibition at domobaal (4 page A4).
DOMOBAAL editions – 2008

 

Oyster Grit – an extended essay by Rebecca Geldard – domobaal editions 2007
Oyster Grit
published for a group exhibition at domobaal in September 2007 with an extended essay by Rebecca Geldard on Ailbhe Ní Bhriain, Daniel Gustav Cramer, Haris Epaminonda, Ansel Krut, Jeffrey TY Lee, Lucy Pawlak, Miho Sato and Mhairi Vari
A4, 8 pages with 6 colour images
DOMOBAAL editions – 2007

 

'Daniel Gustav Cramer' an essay by Charles Darwent with six photographs from Trilogy – domobaal editions 2007
Daniel Gustav Cramer – Trilogy
published in association with the Goethe Institut, London
essay by Charles Darwent
A4, 12 pages with 6 colour images from Trilogy
DOMOBAAL editions – 2007
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'Miho Sato' mini leporello with 8 colour plates and an essay by Rebecca Geldard 2007
Miho Sato
mini leporello
essay by Rebecca Geldard
8 colour plates, published for Miho Sato's second solo exhibition in March 2007
DOMOBAAL editions – 2007
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The Blossoming of Perspective, a study by Penelope Haralambidou – domobaal editions 2007
Penelope Haralambidou – The Blossoming of Perspective
a response to Duchamp's call for the interpretation of 'Etants Donnés: 1.la chute d'eau, 2.le gaz d'éclairage…'
essays by Penelope Haralambidou, T.J. Demos, Jonathan Hill, Lorens Holm, Brigid McCleer
published to accompany the eponymous exhibition at domobaal in January 2007
DOMOBAAL editions – 2007
ISBN 1905957017/9781905957 019
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Ansel Krut 'Hotel Vinegar' – domobaal editions 2006
Ansel Krut – Hotel Vinegar
A Pocket Book for Ansel Krut's solo exhibition 'Hotel Vinegar' at domobaal in 2006 with an essay by Martin Herbert and a story by Miles Johnson
full colour with dust jacket
DOMOBAAL editions – 2006
ISBN 1905957009/9781905957 002
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Jeffrey TY Lee 'Broadsheet Newsprint Poster'
Jeffrey TY Lee
broadsheet newsprint poster
DOMOBAAL editions – 2006
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Daniel Gustav Cramer: 'Fickers of a Half World' – domobaal editions 2006
Daniel Gustav Cramer – Flickers of a Half World
published by domobaal editions for Daniel Gustav Cramer's exhibition Underwater, Trilogy, Part 2.
by Jonathan Miles
DOMOBAAL editions – 2006
ISBN 0954459075

 

Haris Epaminonda – Gesture Between Worlds by Jonathan Miles – domobaal editions 2006
Haris Epaminonda – Gesture Between Worlds
published by domobaal editions for Haris Epaminonda's first solo exhibition
by Jonathan Miles
DOMOBAAL editions – 2006
ISBN 0954459091

 

Sharon Kivland 'La Forme–Valeur/The Value–Form' – domobaal editions 2006
Sharon Kivland – La Forme–Valeur/The Value–Form
La Forme–Valeur/The Value–Form is a sixteen–page book, following the exhibition of the same title at Galerie de Cloître, Rennes in 2005. The commodity from Chapter 3 of Capital by Karl Marx, in both French and English translations, finds a voice as a woman, on a Chanel–pink ground. The edge of the cover is gilded, recalling the packaging of 'Allure'.
DOMOBAAL editions – 2006
ISBN 0954459067
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Sharon Kivland – Mes Fils – domobaal editions 2005
Sharon Kivland – Mes Fils
an artists book by Sharon Kivland published for her solo exhibition 'Mes Fils' at domobaal in 2005
Designed by Sarah Backhouse
DOMOBAAL editions – 2005
ISBN 0954459059
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Daniel Gustav Cramer: 'Woodland' – domobaal editions 2005
Daniel Gustav Cramer – Woodland
supported by Kunststiftung NRW
full colour with 17 images
DOMOBAAL editions – 2005
ISBN 0954459040
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Miho Sato – Amnesia – domobaal editions 2005
Miho Sato – Amnesia
mini leporello with an essay 'Ruination' by Jonathan Miles
full colour with 8 images, published for Miho Sato's solo exhibition in June 2005
DOMOBAAL editions – 2004
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Vapour – The Art of Daniel Gustav Cramer – by Jonathan Miles – domobaal editions 2004
Daniel Gustav Cramer – Vapour
published for Daniel Gustav Cramer's first solo exhibition: 'Woodland' Part I of Trilogy
by Jonathan Miles
DOMOBAAL editions – 2004
ISBN 0954459083

 

Ansel Krut – It could be suicide… – domobaal editions 2004
Ansel Krut – It could be suicide …
A tabloid newspaper published to accompany Ansel Krut's solo show at domobaal in 2004. 32 pages with 14 full–page, life–size colour images and a story 'The Two Bills' by Ansel Krut, designed by Haris Epaminonda, set and printed at Newsfax International, London.
DOMOBAAL editions – 2004
ISBN 0 954459024
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Sharon Kivland – flair – domobaal editions 2004
Sharon Kivland – flair
published on the occasion of the project of the same title at The Bartlett School of Architecture, University College, London. Twelve phrases run in a continuous line through the book. The phrases are in a pale rose/flesh pink – actually the colour of Chanel's packaging for their scent 'Allure' – and are descriptions of scents taken from the in–flight magazines distributed on airlines. Each has been altered every slightly so rather than describing a scent, they appear to be a woman describing herself – a vain, crazy woman, 'folle de son corps'. The title has two meaning: in English, it means the possession of a certain style or aplomb, while in French, it more usually means the faculty of discerning an odour or an aptitude for intuition or perspicacity.
DOMOBAAL editions – 2004
ISBN 0954459032
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Jan Peters, Silke Schatz, Martina Schmid – Ausland – domobaal editions 2003
Ausland
Jan Peters, Martina Schmid, Silke Schatz, with essays by Jane Rendell and Thomas Wulffen supported by Goethe Institut, London
DOMOBAAL editions – 2003
ISBN 0954459016
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Lucy Harrison,  Nina Papconstantinou & Sharon Kivland – A Reader – domobaal editions 2003
A Reader
Lucy Harrison, Nina Papaconstantinou & Sharon Kivland, published for the exhibition 'A Reader' at domobaalgallery in 2003.
A5, soft binding, 18 pages with 6 b&w images.
DOMOBAAL editions – 2003
ISBN 0954459008
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DOMOBAAL PUBLICATIONS LIST/BY ARTIST/AND OTHER STOCK LISTED ALPHABETICALLY BY FIRST NAME

 

AILBHE NÍ BHRIAIN

Ailbhe Ní Bhriain – Reports to an Academy – a hardback monograph publication
Ailbhe Ní Bhriain – Reports to an Academy
Monograph publication with an essay by Caoimhin Mac Giolla Léith published by the Royal Hibernian Academy on the occasion of Ailbhe Ní Bhriain's solo exhibition in Dublin, Ireland, in 2015.
Design: Oonagh Young, Design HQ, Dublin
Hardback,35 pages
ISBN 1903875773
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Ailbhe Ní Bhriain – Great Good Places a four–volume chapbook, presented as as set, in a signed and numbered edition of 100 – domobaal editions 2011
Ailbhe Ní Bhriain – Great Good Places
A set of four A5 chapbooks, each with a bible–cloth soft–cover, of which three are black cloth and one from each set is a different dark hue, with a total of 34 video stills, presented in a glassine bag each copy being signed and numbered by the artist 34 video stills, in a signed and numbered edition of 100. Published to accompany Ailbhe Ní Bhriain's solo exhibition 'Great Good Places' in 2011.
DOMOBAAL editions – 2011
ISBN 9781905957 101
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Darkness Visible
Darkness Visible
exhibition catalogue, curated and edited by Ann Mulrooney for the Galway Arts Festival 2008
Galway Arts Centre – 2008
ISBN 9780955912610

 

AICA No Borders (Just News) *North, East, West, South
No Borders (Just News) *North, East, West, South
catalogue for the exhibition curated and organised by the International Association of Art Critics (AICA) February 2008
AICA press – 2008
ISBN 2950676863/9782950676863

 

Ailbhe Ní Bhriain – The Trembing Image – domobaal editions 2008
The Trembling Image
An essay written by Jonathan Miles for Ailbhe Ní Bhriain's solo exhibition at domobaal in 2007
DOMOBAAL editions – 2008

 

ANSEL KRUT

Ansel Krut – Hotel Vinegar – domobaal editions 2006
Ansel Krut – Hotel Vinegar
A Pocket Book for Ansel Krut's solo exhibition 'Hotel Vinegar' at domobaal in 2006 with an essay by Martin Herbert and a story by Miles Johnson
full colour with dust jacket
DOMOBAAL editions – 2006
ISBN 1905957009/9781905957 002
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Ansel Krut – It could be suicide… – domobaal editions 2004
Ansel Krut – It could be suicide …
A tabloid newspaper published to accompany Ansel Krut's solo show at domobaal in 2004. 32 pages with 14 full–page, life–size colour images and a story 'The Two Bills' by Ansel Krut, designed by Haris Epaminonda, set and printed at Newsfax International, London.
DOMOBAAL editions – 2004
ISBN 0 954459024
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Jemima Burrill, Ansel Krut, Walter Swennen – Maybe a Duck … Maybe a Rabbit …
Maybe a Duck … Maybe a Rabbit …
Published for the exhibition 'Maybe a Duck … Maybe a Rabbit …' a drawing exhibition at The Drawing Centre, Wimbledon College of Art from 9–14 September 2006. Jemima Burrill, Ansel Krut, Walter Swennen with an essay 'In Wittgenstein's Game' by Peter Suchin designed by Sarah Backhouse; 6 colour illustrations, 16 pages, softcover; printed by the Aldgate Press, London.
The Centre for Drawing, Wimbledon School of Art – 2006
ISBN 0948327235
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Just World Order – Artsway exhibition catalogue
Just world order
exhibition catalogue
exhibition curated and essay by Peter Bonnell
published by Artsway – 2008
ISBN 9780955840623

 

Shadows (Transmission: The Rules of Engagement 11)
Shadows (Transmission: The Rules of Engagement 11)
What did the chained men in Plato's allegory of the cave see when they looked at the shadows on the wall? Did they see pictures of the world or rather, reflections of their own imagination? What is the difference? Shadows examines the relation between image and mind from the point of view of the scientific image–archive and from the image–repertoire of a number of artists. Each of these perspectives shows a bond between perception and production, while simultaneously revealing an element that appears to be inexplicable, an enigmatic gap that may provide a key to the way we view the world and its images, the cave and its shadows. includes essays by Haris Epaminonda, Ansel Krut, Antonia Low and others, edited by Sharon Kivland and Jaspar Joseph–Lester
Designed by Sarah Backhouse, softcover, 54 pages b&w reproductions, 13.5×21cm
Artwords Press – 2007
ISBN 9781906441029

 

Voo–Doo
Voo–Doo and the Creative Spirit
Riflemaker – 2009
ISBN 9780955372872

 

Precious Things
Precious Things
exhibition catalogue
exhibition curated by Graham Crowley
Highlanes Gallery, Drogheda, Ireland – 2008
ISBN 0955431166/9780955431166

 

Project Space Notes – Ghost of a Flea – by Ansel Krut
Ansel Krut – Ghost of A Flea
Project Space – Notes, essay by Ed Krcma
Designed by Sarah Backhouse
The Drawing Centre, Wimbledon School of Art – 2006
ISBN 9780955664618

 

1001 Paintings You Must See Before You Die
1001 Paintings You Must See Before You Die
edited by Stephen Farthing
Cassell Illustrated – 2006
ISBN 9781844035632

 

Art on Paper 2006
Art on Paper 2006
catalogue, text by Xandra Eden
Weatherspoon Art Museum, North Carolina, USA

 

World Gone Mad – Surrealist Returns in Recent British Art
World Gone Mad – Surrealist Returns in Recent British Art
Catalogue for the exhibition curated by Bob Matthews, essays by JJ Charlesworth, Sally O'Reilly, Dr Johanna Malt
Castlefield Gallery Publications – 2006
ISBN 0952178052

 

The Drawing Book
The Drawing Book
A survey of drawing: the primary means of expression
Black Dog Publishing – 2006, hardback
Edited by Tania Kovats
Authors: Charles Darwent, Kate Macfarlane and Katharine Stout
ISBN 1904772331

 

CHRIS HANLON

'Because You Stood Still' Paul Feigelfeld on Christopher Hanlon, a domobaal editions pocket book 2009
Christopher Hanlon – Because You Stood Still
a pocket book by by Paul Feigelfeld published for Christopher Hanlon's first solo exhibition 'Because You Stood Still' in February 2009.
DOMOBAAL editions – 2009
ISBN 9781905957 057
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CLAUDIA SARNTHEIN

Claudia Sarnthein – Mutter Seelen Allein – 2005
Claudia Sarnthein – Mutter Seelen Allein
Artist's book with 26 drawings, clothbound/hardback A3, presented in a cloth–covered slip–case, edition 6 – 2005.
The sense of the partial, and its complexity, also suffuses the exquisite drawings of Mutter Seelen Allein, a large–format publication of 26 images, very finely executed, and influenced by the likes of Eva Hesse (…). At once anti–realist, deeply felt and emotionally resonant, they are, in the artist's own words, 'in search of a pictorial incident, where something is just appearing or about to disappear: something which is coming into being against the void or leaving a void behind. I am asking how much is necessary to be nascent or to remain'. An urgent question in these difficult times, and one that is profoundly elaborated in Sarnthein's beautiful realised work. Gareth Evans, Time Out, London 2005.
Buy: £800 plus p&p (click on thumbnail)

 

Claudia Sarnthein – On Fragments – 2005
Claudia Sarnthein – On Fragments
Artist's book, text, with 1 signed print, soft cover, edition 8, 24×18cm, 2004, London.
In On Fragments Sarnthein assembles an often revelatory series of quotations from European artists, philosophers and poets into an argument around the multi–faceted nature of the fragmentary that moves far beyond purely aesthetic investigation into something of much wider application. The question she asks is how an engaged understanding of the 'incomplete', an accurate incarnation of the passage of life, might help us to survive, endure and thrive. While the form might suggest the aphoristic compendia of fellow continentals Cioran and Canetti, this collage is humanised by its inclusivity and anchored by a richly personal threaded narrative that suggests Sarnthein has learnt such lessons very much at first hand. Gareth Evans, Time Out, London 2005.
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DANIEL GUSTAV CRAMER

Shadows (Transmission: The Rules of Engagement 11)
Shadows (Transmission: The Rules of Engagement 11)
What did the chained men in Plato's allegory of the cave see when they looked at the shadows on the wall? Did they see pictures of the world or rather, reflections of their own imagination? What is the difference? Shadows examines the relation between image and mind from the point of view of the scientific image–archive and from the image–repertoire of a number of artists. Each of these perspectives shows a bond between perception and production, while simultaneously revealing an element that appears to be inexplicable, an enigmatic gap that may provide a key to the way we view the world and its images, the cave and its shadows. includes essays by Haris Epaminonda, Ansel Krut, Antonia Low and others, edited by Sharon Kivland and Jaspar Joseph–Lester
Designed by Sarah Backhouse, softcover, 54 pages b&w reproductions, 13.5×21cm
Artwords Press – 2007
ISBN 9781906441029

 

'Daniel Gustav Cramer – an essay by Charles Darwent with 6 photographs from Trilogy – domobaal editions 2007
Daniel Gustav Cramer – Trilogy
published in association with the Goethe Institut, London
essay by Charles Darwent
A4, 12 pages with 6 colour images from Trilogy
DOMOBAAL editions – 2007
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New Light, The Jerwood Photography Awards
New Light: Jerwood Photography Awards
Hardback catalogue, 140 pages.
Published by Portfolio Magazine, celebrating 5 years of the Jerwood Photography Awards, 2003 – 2008.
ISBN 9780914060840 – 2009

 

Daniel Gustav Cramer – Untitled (Mother) 2003
Daniel Gustav Cramer – Untitled (Mother)
A handmade, clothbound artist's book of blank pages – with the exception of a single line placed towards the centre of the book; dimensions: 12.5×18×1.8cm Letterpress.
Edition 7 – 2003 (signed by the artist)

 

Garten Eden (catalogue) Der Garten in der Kunst seit 1900
Garten Eden – Der Garten in der Kunst seit 1900
Hardback catalogue, published by Kunsthalle Emden, Germany. 306 pages, 220 colour images, 6 essays.
Kunsthalle Emden – 2007
Daniel Gustav Cramer – Naturalis 1 – 2006
Daniel Gustav Cramer – Naturalis 1
A3 30 pages, full colour
Commissioned by GF Smith, designed by SEA 2006

 

Daniel Gustav Cramer: 'Fickers of a Half World' – domobaal editions 2006
Daniel Gustav Cramer – Flickers of a Half World
published by domobaal editions for Daniel Gustav Cramer's exhibition Underwater, Trilogy, Part 2.
by Jonathan Miles
DOMOBAAL editions – 2006
ISBN 0954459075

 

Daniel Gustav Cramer – Woodland – domobaal editions 2005
Daniel Gustav Cramer – Woodland
supported by Kunststiftung NRW
full colour with 17 images
DOMOBAAL editions – 2005
ISBN 0954459040
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Vapour – The Art of Daniel Gustav Cramer – by Jonathan Miles – domobaal editions 2004
Daniel Gustav Cramer – Vapour
published for Daniel Gustav Cramer's first solo exhibition: 'Woodland' Part I of Trilogy
by Jonathan Miles
DOMOBAAL editions – 2004
ISBN 0954459083

 

EMMA TALBOT

Emma Talbot – Sex Fantasy
Emma Talbot – Sex Fantasy
A folded lithograph printed on Japanese Paper from Talbots's ongoing 'Sex Fantasy' series of unique folded drawings on Japanese Paper, available either as print on its own, framed or unframed, or folded and presented in a bespoke slipcase.
95×62cm/37.4×24.4in on Atsu Unryu 50gsm
Edition 90 – 2015
Signed and numbered by the artist on the front margin
Published by Domo Baal and Petra Rinck, produced at the Coriander Studio, March 2015
Buy: £400 plus p&p (click on thumbnail)
Emma Talbot – Vanishing Point
Emma Talbot – Vanishing Point
A two colour lithograph with silkscreen metallic ink
29×37cm
Edition 50 – 2016
Signed and numbered by the artist on the front margin
Published and produced by The Curwen Studio at Worton Hall Studios, London
Buy: £295 unframed plus p&p (click on thumbnail)
Emma Talbot – Dream
Emma Talbot – Dream
A five colour lithograph on Somerset Velvet 300gsm
Image size: 48×56.5cm
Paper size: 56×64cm
Edition 30 – 2016
Signed and numbered by the artist on the front margin
Published and produced by The Curwen Studio at Worton Hall Studios, London for Emma Talbot's exhibition 'Unravel These Knots' at the Freud Museum, London in February 2016.
Buy: £750 unframed / £870 unframed plus p&p (click on thumbnail)
Emma Talbot – A Walled Garden (bronze)
Emma Talbot – A Walled Garden (bronze)
A seven colour screenprint, available in an edition of 50 in each of three different colourways.
Paper size and image size: 113×68cm
Edition 50 – 2015
Signed and numbered by the artist on the front margin
Produced and published by the Coriander Studio at Worton Hall Studios, London, July 2015 (Please contact the gallery directly for framing and delivery options)
Buy: £700 plus p&p (click on thumbnail)
Emma Talbot – A Walled Garden (orange)
Emma Talbot – A Walled Garden (orange)
A seven colour screenprint, available in an edition of 50 in each of three different colourways.
Paper size and image size: 113×68cm
Edition 50 – 2015
Signed and numbered by the artist on the front margin
Produced and published by the Coriander Studio at Worton Hall Studios, London, July 2015 (Please contact the gallery directly for framing and delivery options)
Buy: £700 plus p&p (click on thumbnail)
Emma Talbot – A Walled Garden (red)
Emma Talbot – A Walled Garden (red)
A seven colour screenprint, available in an edition of 50 in each of three different colourways.
Paper size and image size: 113×68cm
Edition 50 – 2015
Signed and numbered by the artist on the front margin
Produced and published by the Coriander Studio at Worton Hall Studios, London, July 2015 (Please contact the gallery directly for framing and delivery options)
Buy: £700 plus p&p (click on thumbnail)

 

HARIS EPAMINONDA

Old Earth, No More Lies, I've Seen You… (Cyprus Pavilion at the 52nd Venice Biennale catalogue)
Haris Epamininda – Old Earth, No More Lies, I've Seen You…
Haris Epaminonda, Mustafa Hulusi
Cyprus at The 52nd Venice Biennal exhibition catalogue, essays by Brian Dillon, Sotiris Kyriacou, Denise Robinson, Jalal Toufic, Cyprus Ministry of Education and Culture – 2007
ISBN 9781874044659

 

Shadows (Transmission: The Rules of Engagement 11)
Shadows (Transmission: The Rules of Engagement 11)
What did the chained men in Plato's allegory of the cave see when they looked at the shadows on the wall? Did they see pictures of the world or rather, reflections of their own imagination? What is the difference? Shadows examines the relation between image and mind from the point of view of the scientific image–archive and from the image–repertoire of a number of artists. Each of these perspectives shows a bond between perception and production, while simultaneously revealing an element that appears to be inexplicable, an enigmatic gap that may provide a key to the way we view the world and its images, the cave and its shadows. includes essays by Haris Epaminonda, Ansel Krut, Antonia Low and others, edited by Sharon Kivland and Jaspar Joseph–Lester
Designed by Sarah Backhouse, softcover, 54 pages b&w reproductions, 13.5×21cm
Artwords Press – 2007
ISBN 9781906441029

 

The Kaleidoscopic Eye
The Kaleidoscopic Eye: Thyssen–Bornemisza Art Contemporary Collection
Exhibition Catalogue from the exhibition at the Mori Art Museum, Tokyo
Harback, 140 pages, published by Mori Art Museum.
ISBN 9784902819236

 

Fare Una Scenata by Jörg Heiser
Fare Una Scenata/Making A Scene
Exhibition Catalogue from the exhibition at Fondazione Morra Greco, Naples, Italy, curated by Jörg Heiser.
Soft cover, 100 pages, published by Sternberg Press, Berlin, June 2009.
ISBN 9781933128757

 

Past–Forward by Vincent Honoré
Past–Forward
Publication for the exhibition Past–Forward at 176 Projects, London, curated by Vincent Honoré; with contributions from Andrew Hunt, Michael Ned Holte, Ilsa Colsell, Raimundas Malasauskas and Ben Borthwick. Numbered edition of 1,000. Designed by äbäke.

 

When Things cast No Shadow: 5th Berlin Biennale, catalogue
When things cast no shadow: 5th Berlin Biennale, catalogue
Soft cover, 592 pages, published by KW Institute for Contemporary Art, Berlin, and JRP Ringier.
ISBN 9783905829587

 

Undo Nr. 1/2007 Journal
Undo Nr.1/2007 Journal
Alexander García Düttmann, Christos Hadjiyannis, Jonathan Miles, Hala Auji, Demetris Taliotis, Haris Epaminonda, Alessandra Swiny, Daniel Gustav Cramer, Haris Pelapaisiotis, Ian Kiaer.
Published by the Undo Foundation, Nicosia, Cyprus, Greece.

 

Fractured Figure, Works from the Dakis Joannou Collection
Fractured Figure, Works from the Dakis Joannou Collection
Works from the Dakis Joannou Collection Athens, September 5, 2007 – July 31, 2008
Text by Jeffrey Deitch, Book Edited & designed by Urs Fischer with Cassandra MacLeod, Book Design by Scipio Schneider, 216 pages.
Published by the Deste Foundation Centre for Contemporary Art, Athens, Greece.
ISBN 9780977868674

 

Haris Epaminonda – Gesture Between Worlds by Jonathan Miles – domobaal editions 2006
Haris Epaminonda – Gesture Between Worlds
published by domobaal editions for Haris Epaminonda's first solo exhibition
by Jonathan Miles
DOMOBAAL editions – 2006
ISBN 0954459091

 

JEFFREY TY LEE

Jeffrey TY Lee and Terue Yamauchi – The Builder
Jeffrey TY Lee and Terue Yamauchi – The Builder
A B5 blueprint publication of eight single folded blueprints 50×35cm, stapled; the cover is a single bluprint image, folded in four, unbound and finished with a dust jacket of tracing paper; blueprint plates printed in Japan by Fukuoka Blueprint Co Ltd, edition 100, September 2011, each copy is numbered and signed by the artists.
DOMOBAAL editions – 2011
ISBN 9781905957 125
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Jeffrey TY Lee – Broadsheet Newsprint Poster – 2006
Jeffrey TY Lee
broadsheet newsprint poster
DOMOBAAL editions – 2006
Buy: £3 plus p&p (click on thumbnail)

 

JOHN STRUTTON

Arthur Brick – Songs Vol.1 – Special Edition with Original Drawings
Arthur Brick – Songs Vol 1 – Special Edition with Original Drawings
Lyrics to 11 Arthur Brick songs printed on watercolour paper with 11 hand–painted colour watercolours by John Strutton, EP/CD of songs included.
September 2009
Buy: £180 (click on thumbnail)

 

John Strutton – Fylthye Fome Vol.1 – Your Void or Mine 2009
John Strutton – Fylthye Fome Vol.1 – Your Void or Mine
18 pages of words and images in black & white, including a selection of Morning Drawings by John Strutton.
September 2009
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Arthur Brick 'Original Swiss Wedding' with a unique painting on each sleeve by John Strutton (shuttlecock)
Arthur Brick – Original Swiss Wedding
EP/CD – 2009 with a unique watercolour painting on each sleeve
(please email for a further selection of images)
2009
Buy: £20 plus p&p (click on thumbnail)

 

Arthur Brick 'Original Swiss Wedding' with a unique painting on each sleeve by John Strutton
Arthur Brick – Original Swiss Wedding
EP/CD – 2009 with a unique watercolour painting on each sleeve
(please email for a further selection of images)
2009
Buy: £20 plus p&p (click on thumbnail)

 

Arthur Brick – 'Original Swiss Wedding' with a unique painting on each sleeve by John Strutton
Arthur Brick – Original Swiss Wedding
EP/CD – 2009 with a unique watercolour painting on each sleeve
(please email for a further selection of images)
2009
Buy: £20 plus p&p (click on thumbnail)

 

Arthur Brick – 'Original Swiss Wedding' with a unique painting on each sleeve by John Strutton
Arthur Brick – Original Swiss Wedding
EP/CD – 2009 with a unique watercolour painting on each sleeve
(please email for a further selection of images)
2009
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LARA VIANA

Lara Viana by Rebecca Geldard, a domobaal editions pocket book 2010
Lara Viana
Pocket Book with an essay by Rebecca Geldard for Lara Viana's solo exhibition in January 2010.
DOMOBAAL editions – 2010
ISBN 9781905957 071
Buy: £8 plus p&p (click on thumbnail)

 

Ruins, published for Lara Viana's solo exhibtion at The Regency Town House, Brighton, text by Laura McLean–Ferris 2011
Lara Viana – Ruins
Published for Lara Viana's solo exhibtion at The Regency Town House, Brighton, text by Laura McLean–Ferris2011
6 colour plates, tipped–in, edition: 50
6Designed by Alex Rich
Permanent Gallery, Brighton – 2011

 

LEE EDWARDS

Lee Edwards 'How to disappear completely' a domobaal editions pocket book 2011
Lee Edwards – How to disappear completely
A domobaal editions pocket book, unbleached Kraft board front cover, gatefold, A6, 14 folded pages with ten tipped–in colour plates of miniature portraits reproduced life–size, by Lee Edwards on found pieces of wood, text by Iphgenia Baal, published for Lee Edwards' eponymous exhibition in May 2011, edition: 100 copies, each signed and numbered by the artist.
DOMOBAAL editions – 2011
ISBN 9781905957 088
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LIZI SÁNCHEZ

Lizi Sánchez – Will You Keep Laughing With Me Forever? – domobaal editions 2015
Lizi Sánchez – Will You Keep Laughing With Me Forever?
Acrylic on aluminium foil, 20×14cm, 2015, in an edition of 10 unique multiples.
Presented within Sarah Kelleher's published text 'In a Hall of Mirrors' for Lizi Sánchez's solo show 'In a world that laughs'.
DOMOBAAL editions – 2015
ISBN 9781905957 545
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LOTHAR GÖTZ

Lothar Götz – Staircases – domobaal editions 2017
Lothar Götz – Staircases
A monographic book celebrating fifteen staircase murals by Lothar Götz, published for the opening of 'Xanadu' which was commissioned for the reopening of Leeds Art Gallery in November 2017 and supported by the Art Fund, Art Happens. The book is perfect bound, with 120 pages in luscious colour and pays tribute in form and size to *Reclam books (Reclam Verlag or just Reclam is a German publishing house, established in Leipzig in 1828 by Anton Philipp Reclam (1807–1896). It is particularly well-known for the 'little yellow books' of its Universal–Bibliothek (Universal library), simple paperback editions of literary classics for school and education).
Designed by Alex Rich
Introduction by Sarah Brown, Principal Keeper, Leeds Art Gallery
Text by Bazon Brock in German and in English
Printed by Die Keure, Brugge, Belgium
DOMOBAAL editions – 2017
ISBN 9781905957 583
Buy: £15.00 plus p&p (click on thumbnail)

 

Lothar Götz – Extinction
Lothar Götz – Extinction
A twelve colour lithograph on Fabriano Tiepolo paper
Paper size: 30.5×22.8cm
Edition 25 – 2014
Published and printed by Hole Editions, Newcastle upon Tyne
Signed and numbered by the artist on the reverse.
Buy: £360 unframed plus p&p (click on thumbnail)
Also available floated in a hand-painted light grey frame, glazed with Tru–Vue museum glass, £552 (please contact the gallery for further details)

 

Lothar Götz – Correction
Lothar Götz – Correction
A four colour lithograph is built up through a myriad of juxtaposing colours to engage with ideas of space and abstraction. This signed volume brings together over 30 drawings by the artist alongside an essay by Charles Darwent. Brought together in dense compositions on painted card and board, Götz's drawings explore the impact of using varying colours and intensities on the work's surface.
The edition includes the four colour lithograph Correction (2015), which layers silver, green, pink and black on white Somerset Satin. Each edition is hand–finished by the artist and contained within a custom–made slipcase. The lithograph was completed in close collaboration between Götz and Hole Editions.
Ridinghouse – 2015
Print and paper size: 26×19.4cm
Case size: 30.7×23.9×1.9cm
Signed book, four–colour lithographic print, envelope and slipcase, 80 pages, 46 colour illustrations Edition of 40 plus 6 APs
Buy: £350 plus p&p (click on thumbnail)

 

Lothar Götz – Line Drawings
Lothar Götz – Line Drawings
Engaging with ideas of space and abstraction, Lothar Götz's line drawings are built up through layers of juxtaposing colours. Perhaps best known for his large–scale wall paintings and installations, Götz's drawings lie at the centre of his practice. Brought together in dense compositions on painted card and board, Götz's thin pencil lines explore the impact of using varying colours and intensities on the work's surface. Referencing and expanding upon the abstract language of Suprematism and the Bauhaus, the colours appear to oscillate in front of the viewer to immerse them in the surrounding space.
30×23.5cm, softback, 80 pages, 46 colour illustrations, bilingual in English and German.
Ridinghouse – 2015
ISBN 9781909932036
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Lothar Götz – Durchgangzimmer Orange
Lothar Götz – Durchgangzimmer Orange
A silkscreen print on paper with glazes
Paper size: 101×74cm
Image size: 84.5×59cm
Edition 75 – 2014
Published and printed by the Coriander Studio at Worton Hall Studios
Signed and numbered by the artist on the front margin
Buy: £775 unframed plus p&p (click on thumbnail)
Also available floated on white museum mount in a polished aluminium frame with UV retardant acrylic (please contact the gallery for further details)

 

Lothar Götz – Untitled
Lothar Götz – Untitled
An eight colour lithograph on Grey Magnani Pescia paper
Paper size: 30.5×22.8cm
Edition 25 – 2014
Published and printed by Hole Editions, Newcastle upon Tyne
Signed and numbered by the artist on the reverse
Buy: £360 unframed plus p&p (click on thumbnail)
Also available floated in a hand painted matte black frame, mounted on black museum backboard, glazed with Tru-Vue museum glass: £552 (please contact the gallery for further details)

 

Lothar Götz – House for Karl–Heinz Adler
Lothar Götz – House for Karl–Heinz Adler
A two colour lithograph on Grey Magnani Pescia paper
Paper size: 45.8×30.5cm
Edition 25 – 2014
Published and printed by Hole Editions, Newcastle upon Tyne
Signed and numbered by the artist on the reverse.
Buy: £480 unframed plus p&p (click on thumbnail)
Also available floated in a hand–made polished American Black Walnut frame with A.B. Walnut inset section. glazed with Tru–Vue museum glass: £780 (please contact the gallery for further details)

 

Lothar Götz – The Line of Beauty – Indigo
Lothar Götz – The Line of Beauty – Indigo
A nine colour lithograph on Grey Magnani Pescia paper
Paper size: 45.8×30.5cm
Edition 25 – 2014
Published and printed by Hole Editions, Newcastle upon Tyne
Signed and numbered by the artist on the reverse.
Buy: £480 unframed plus p&p (click on thumbnail)
Also available floated in a hand–painted matte black wood frame, glazed with Tru–Vue museum glass: £552 (please contact the gallery for further details)

 

Lothar Götz – The Line of Beauty – Brown
Lothar Götz – The Line of Beauty – Brown
A ten colour lithograph on Grey Magnani Pescia paper
Paper size: 30.5×22.8cm
Edition 25 – 2014
Published and printed by Hole Editions, Newcastle upon Tyne
Signed and numbered by the artist on the reverse.
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Also available floated in a natural polished oak frame, glazed with Tru–Vue museum glass: £552 (please contact the gallery for further details)

 

Lothar Götz – Figurine in Pink and Black
Lothar Götz – Figurine in Pink and Black
Inkjet print with silkscreen glaze
Paper size: 35.7×26cm
Image size: 29.7×21cm
Edition 30 – 2016
Published and printed by the Coriander Studio at Worton Hall Studios, London, signed and numbered on the front margin by the artist.
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Ridinghouse – Abstract Drawing
Abstract Drawing
Published to ccompany an exhibition at the Drawing Room, London (20 February–19 April 2014), curated by Richard Deacon, this volume features works that employ various strands of abstract drawing. This well–illustrated catalogue includes works by internationally renowned artists – from David Batchelor and Eva Hesse to Jackson Pollock and Alison Wilding. Texts by Dawn Ades, Richard Deacon and Anna Lovatt interrogate the convergences and divergences inherent within abstract drawing. Published by Ridinghouse in association with Drawing Room, London, bringing together artists from different generations and parts of the world, this volume explores the complexities of 'abstraction' in contemporary drawing.
27×22.5cm, softback, 128 pages, 75 colour illustrations.
Ridinghouse – 2014
ISBN 9781905464838
(sold out)

 

Lothar Götz, Works – 2011
Lothar Götz – Works – 2011
Published by Hatje Cantz, edited by Oliver Zybok with texts by Christoph Asendorf, Hans Günter Golinski, Rob Wilson and Oliver Zybok, graphic design by Frank Mueller, German/English, 232 pages, 220 colour illustrations, 17.20×24.00cm hardcover
Hatje Cantz – 2011
ISBN 9783775730020
(sold out)

 

MARCEL DINAHET

Marcel Dinahet 1990–2010
Marcel Dinahet 1990–2010
Monograph on the work of Marcel Dinahet, 303 pages in full colour with essays by Jean–Marc Huitorel, Gilles A. Tiberghien, Dominique Abensour, Larys Frogier, Louise O'Hare
Editions Lienart – 2011
ISBN 9782359060393

 

Marcel Dinahet 'Ouessant'
Marcel Dinahet – Ouessant
Publication to mark Marcel Dinahet's residency on the island of Ouessant in 2008.
Essay in French and English by Celia Crétien.
Association Finis Terrae – 2008

 

'Marcel Dinahet: Les Flottaisons'
Marcel Dinahet – Les Flottaisons
Catalogue for the exhibition 'Les Flottaisons' at Centre d'art Le grand café à Saint–Nazaire, France.
Essay in French and English by Sophie Legrandjacques.
published by Centre d'art Le grand café à Saint–Nazaire, France, supported by FRAC Bretagne – 2000
ISBN 291361700

 

Périples/Travelling – Marcel Dinahet
Marcel Dinahet – Périples/Travelling
Catalogue with essays in English and French by Dominique Abensour, Jean–Marc Huitorel, Pascale Risterucci.
Centre d'art Le Quartier à Quimper – 2001
ISBN 2908939339

 

MARTINA SCHMID

Martina Schmid 'Landed' 2002
Martina Schmid – Landed
artist's book – 2002
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Martina Schmid 'Thirteen collected lands'
Martina Schmid – Thirteen collected lands
artist's book – 2001 published for Martina Schmid's solo exhibition 'Land or Reason' at domobaal gallery in February 2001.
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Jan Peters, Silke Schatz, Martina Schmid 'Ausland' – domobaal editions 2003
Ausland
Jan Peters, Martina Schmid, Silke Schatz, with essays by Jane Rendell and Thomas Wulffen supported by Goethe Institut, London
DOMOBAAL editions – 2003
ISBN 0954459016
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MIHO SATO

'Miho Sato' mini leporello with 8 colour plates and an essay by Rebecca Geldard
Miho Sato
mini leporello
essay by Rebecca Geldard
8 colour plates, published for Miho Sato's second solo exhibition in March 2007
DOMOBAAL editions – 2007
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Miho Sato – Amnesia – domobaal editions 2004
Miho Sato – Amnesia
mini leporello with an essay 'Ruination' by Jonathan Miles
full colour with 8 images, published for Miho Sato's solo exhibition in June 2005
DOMOBAAL editions – 2004
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NEIL GALL

Neil Gall – The Studio: Cover Versions – domobaal editions 2018
Neil Gall – The Studio: Cover Versions
An archive of one hundred and forty seven collaged covers reproduced one to one. Bound as an assembly of manilla board together with two typewritten texts presented as a foolscap folio written by Ruth Lough and Dr. Jon Wood, 34.2×27.2×1cm.
Designed by Alex Rich
Texts by Jon Wood and Ruth Lough
DOMOBAAL editions – 2018
ISBN 9781905957 590
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NICKY HIRST

Nicky Hirst 'The world and all that is in it'
Nicky Hirst – The world and all that is in it
'In 1897, Alexander Graham Bell was elected president of the National Geographic Society and wanted to produce a magazine that appealed to a wide range of people, not just the scientific elite – and he insisted on 'pictures, and plenty of them – the world and all that is in it, is our theme, and if we can't find anything to interest ordinary people in that subject, we better shut up shop and become a strict, technical, scientific journal for the high class geographers and geological experts.'
Hirst's installation 'the world and all that is in it' echoes and applauds this ambition by looking at the relationships between language, image and happenstance.'
Unique multiples of 100 individual pieces, black pins, each 25.5×17cm, 2017
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PENELOPE HARALAMBIDOU

The Blossoming of Perspective, a study by Penelope Haralambidou – domobaal editions 2007
Penelope Haralambidou – The Blossoming of Perspective
a response to Duchamp's call for the interpretation of 'Etants Donnés: 1.la chute d'eau, 2.le gaz d'éclairage…'
essays by Penelope Haralambidou, T.J. Demos, Jonathan Hill, Lorens Holm, Brigid McCleer
published to accompany the eponymous exhibition at domobaal in January 2007
DOMOBAAL editions – 2007
ISBN 1905957017/9781905957 019
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RACHEL ADAMS

Rachel Adams – drawnthread
Rachel Adams – drawnthread
A magazine (B5 and in full colour) hand–sewn binding with soft fabric cover with binding needle anchored in the cover, edition 100, each numbered and signed by the artist, September 2011.
DOMOBAAL editions – 2011
ISBN 9781905957 132
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RON HASELDEN

Ron Haselden 'Papillon de la Nuit' – domobaal editions 2014
Ron Haselden – Papillon de la Nuit
An annotated diary written by Matthew Reeves, working alongside Ron Haselden, of the construction of Ron Haselden's most ambitious and largest cord sculpture to date built in the grounds of Manoir des Guèrandes, Plouër–sur–Rance in Brittany, France, in April 2013.
28 pages, 16 colour photographs, one of which is included as a full–bleed scored and folded A4 loose insert.
DOMOBAAL editions – 2014
ISBN 9781905957 538
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Dr. Timothy Martin on Ron Haselden 'In the Asking'
Ron Haselden – In the Asking
an extended essay by Dr Timothy Martin (4 pages A4 with image sheet insert) written for Ron Haselden's second solo exhibition at domobaal and his exhibition at the Camden Arts Centre.
DOMOBAAL editions – 2008
ISBN 9781905957 033
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ROXY WALSH

Roxy Walsh – Felix Culpa – domobaal editions 2006
Roxy Walsh – Felix Culpa
Exhibition catalogue, published for Roxy Walsh's solo exhibition at domobaal gallery in June 2006, includes essays by Dale McFarland, Adrian Rifkin, Sharon Kivland and Simon O'Sullivan.
ARTicle Press – 2006
ISBN 1873352549
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SHARON KIVLAND

Sharon Kivland 'Jeux de Lignes' – domobaal editions 2013
Sharon Kivland – Jeux de Lignes
The notes on corsets, girdles, and brassieres from a French lingerie journal of the 1950s are translated in a rather literal fashion. There are no illustrations save for a drawing at the beginning – – a short girdle with a waistband under a tweed dress – – and one at the end – – a supple corset allows a décolleté for a cocktail dress – – for I am sure my reader has a playful imagination and will embellish the words with ease.
Edition of 50, 20×13cm, stapled, black and white with two hand–coloured tipped in photographic illustrations
DOMOBAAL editions – 2013
ISBN 9871905957 385
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'Reproductions III: Sharon Kivland – 12 Part Subscription Package' – domobaal editions 2013
Sharon Kivland – Reproductions III Du Monde/Of the World
Domo Baal and Sharon Kivland are delighted to present a subscription series, following the success of Reproductions I in 2012 (with many satisfied customers). It is subtitled Du Monde/Of the World, and if you will forgive a perhaps grandiose notion, the artist has been thinking about Maurice Merleau–Ponty's account of vision and visibility (that we are looked at, in the spectacle of the world), and Jacques Lacan's commentary thereon (that the world is not exhibitionistic, it does not provoke our gaze, but when it does, the feeling of strangeness begins). But enough of that!

There are thirteen books in the series limited to an edition of 50 each. Each book of between 16 and 36 pages, draws on the artist's collections of postcards, magazines, cuttings, and other printed ephemera, in another attempt to organise, catalogue, and archive. There is little text, apart from the title and usual colophon material. The books are black and white, printed on an ivory 120gsm Munken paper, stapled with a square spine, each: 19cm by 15cm.

Laura Gonzalez writes: "I wanted to tell you how much of a satisfied customer of your subscription I am. 'Amants du Monde' is extraordinary, moving, and rather uncanny in the fixity of the images. I cannot help but wonder what happened to them. The book becomes a kind of verb, rather than a noun, if you see what I mean."

Stephen Cornell writes: "Just a quick email to let you now how much I am enjoying the new series of books. I'm not sure what it is about the format but the size is really bringing something, it reminds me of books from my childhood but I can't recall the details yet. The warning about the last image in the most recent book was much appreciated but still didn't prepare me for what I saw. Truly disturbing. The giving of eggs appeared to be fairly niche as a subject for cards, however, I am now left with the impression that you have hardly scratched the surface. Perhaps there is a whole category devoted solely to that sinister man from the last page? Keep them coming. Thank you."

Jamie Crewe writes: "The new books are delightful – I love the blue covers, and the size, and the binding, and the quality of the printing. Strangely enough, I think my favourite images in the new one are those of smart young men holding the giant papier maché eggs – I know it's probably related to Easter, but my brain won't allow me to understand why they are posing with them, or why they're giant, so it's romantic and baffling."

Rachel Garfield writes: "I'm enjoying the books more and more. I thought the egg one was great but the men with flowers is even funnier – and sad. I haven't quite put my finger on what it is about them yet, but somehow bound up with this – the nostalgia is subverted through humour and the ridiculousness is subverted through the everyday norm."

Vivien Ashley writes: "There is much to savour in the recent offerings, in particular two legless urbanites dressed for a rural walk. I also love the dancers – the man reminds me of Francois Hollande and his partner clearly had a walk on part in an early Bond film."

Nina Papaconstantinou writes: "Thank you so much for Rosiéristes du Monde and Arrangements Floraux du Monde – I love this series! And it is very interesting how as it develops it gives a more complete picture of what the world is to the author."

Vivien Ashley writes: "Arrangements du Floraux du Monde has given me much delight – I particularly liked the one in the silver teapot. I used to have an annual entry in the novelty section of the Spratton Womens' Institute Flower Show with an artful arrangement in a yellow tea pot. I always received First Prize. But as for fluffy Moggies du Monde – now we're talking. An anxious lot of pussies though, except for a couple of cheery ones towards the end. Why do we like them looking as if they fear being taken off to the nearest rain butt?"

Stephen Cornell writes: "These floral arrangements have had a rather different effect. It's the first time in the series that I have felt that they were all French. You have mentioned that your collection is principally French but I have never been so keenly aware of it. That said, it has made the 'of the world' come into sharper focus as I imagine these collections for every nation."

Laura Gonzales writes: "Chats du Monde was creepy in the best possible way. Anthropomorphic and full of projective desire. It read to me like a sci–fi book and I loved it."

Maria White writes: "I am enjoying the series. I particularly like Femmes du Monde. And who could not enjoy Chats du Monde – terrifying in their cuteness or positively demonic (second to last) – and what is that cat going to do the puppy in the final image?!"

James Hellings writes: "A charming series of mini–archives made up of found images of lost moments. I will miss these moments, and the regularity of their arrival – how often in life may one expect a surprise? My personal favourite, and this to give everything away, is Amants du Monde. The men wear more make–up than the women. There is one image, in particular, that holds my eye. A heavily made–up man sits or lays entirely passively as a woman holds his throat (tenderly?), perhaps she is about to kiss his heavily rouged lips. It is an image which speaks a thousand words I do not know, in a foreign tongue, which I would like translated. Perhaps, Enfants du Monde and Arbres du Monde and Chats du Monde come out of it best; with the most humanity, the most élan, spirit or life. The rest seem like shop dummies, their gaze is fixed, still, expectant yet dead. They unsettle me, these images and archives of the past. The subjects are staged. It is as if they have actually become props for the photographer or become the costumes they wear. They have become objects, wooden and artificial. I am happiest when mistaking philosophers for barmen, and will happily confirm that 'they too address the question of existence'."

The complete series is now offered neatly and attractively housed in a handsome bespoke slipcase, made by Book Works Studio in London. Titles are as set out below.

DOMOBAAL editions – 2013

Reproductions III Vol.I Femmes du Monde ISBN 9781905957 309
(For a woman of the world is sophisticated, experienced in the ways and manners of society)

Reproductions III Vol.II Amants du Monde ISBN 9781905957 323
(Si nous parlions un peu de l'amour – sujet à la mode toujours)

Reproductions III Vol.III Œufs du Monde ISBN 9781905957 330
(On ne fait pas d'omelette sans casser des œufs)

Reproductions III Vol.IV Hommes du Monde ISBN 9781905957 347
(L'homme du monde se distingue du commun des mortels par sa parfaite éducation, son élégance et ses talents de société – ou, tout au contraire, par son ambition, son extravagance et son charisme naturel)

Reproductions III Vol.V Enfants du Monde ISBN 9781905957 347
(L'enfance a des manières de voir, de penser, de sentir qui lui sont propres; rien n'est moins sensé que d'y vouloir substituer les nôtres)

Reproductions III Vol.VI Arbres du Monde ISBN 9781905957 361
(Quand un arbre tombe, on l'entend, quand la forêt pousse, pas un bruit)

Reproductions III Vol.VII Danseurs du Monde ISBN 9781905957 378
(Quand tu veux danser, vois à qui tu donnes la main)

Reproductions III Vol.VIII Rosiéristes du Monde ISBN 9781905957 392
(De mémoire de rose, il n'y a qu'un jardinier au monde)

Reproductions III Vol.IX Arrangements Floraux du Monde ISBN 9781905957 408
(Le cœur le plus sensible à la beauté des fleurs est toujours le premier blessé par les épines)

Reproductions III Vol.X Chats du Monde ISBN 9781905957 415
(Il faut appeler un chat un chat)

Reproductions III Vol.XI Philosophes du Monde ISBN 9781905957 422
(Se moquer de la philosophie, c'est vraiment philosopher)

Reproductions III Vol.XII Poissons du Monde ISBN 9781905957 439
(Il n'y a pas de poisson sans arête)

Reproductions III Vol.XIII Femmes du Monde (encore) ISBN 9781905957 446
(La femme n'existe pas)

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Sharon Kivland – Le Style Louis XVI – domobaal editions 2013
Sharon Kivland – Le Style Louis XVI
A small catalogue of Louis XVI furniture, which makes a rapport between style and revolution, furniture and its naming, femininity and the neo–classical. The ambience is welcoming, despite its sobriety and a whiff of the Terror. The book is published in a edition of 50 copies at the kind invitation of AM Bruno on the occasion of the 16th International Contemporary Artists' Book Fair, Leeds.
17×10.5cm, stapled, this sixteen-page book contains six duo–tone photographic plates, tipped–in by hand
DOMOBAAL editions – 2013
ISBN 9871905957 316
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Sharon Kivland 'Reproductions II' – domobaal editions 2013
Sharon Kivland – Reproductions II
A publication in two volumes, bound together to accompany Sharon Kivland's eponymous exhibition, by Jan Campbell and Steve Pile. Dr Jan Campbell is a Reader in English Literature and Psychoanalysis in the Department of English at the University of Birmingham. Jan Campbell has also worked clinically for thirteen years as a psychoanalyst, as well as writing widely on psychoanalysis in relation to feminism, queer theory, autobiography, social and cultural theory, literature, and film. Her most recent book is on the telepathic movement of a maternal form, which she argues is the necessary transferential sublimation of the repressed 'Freudian Passions: Psychoanalysis, Form and Literature' published by Karnac in the Spring of 2013. Professor Steve Pile teaches Geography in the Faculty of Social Sciences at The Open University. He has published on issues concerning place and the politics of identity. He is author of 'Real Cities: modernity, space and the phantasmagorias of city life' (2005) and 'The Body and The City: psychoanalysis, subjectivity and space' (1996). His many collaborative projects include the forthcoming collection, 'Psychoanalytic Geographies' (edited with Paul Kingsbury). He is currently working on early Freudian psychoanalysis and geographies of the body.
Edition of 100
DOMOBAAL editions – 2013
ISBN 9871905957 293
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Sharon Kivland 'Mes Mouches' – domobaal editions 2011
Sharon Kivland – Mes Mouches
A beauty spot is usually a lesion caused by a 'melanocycotic nevus', but at certain times it was considered to be such an attractive feature that it was appiled as makeup or as a 'mouche' in velvet or silk
Edition of 100, published at the kind invitation of AM Bruno to their project Black Circle on the occasion of the London Art Book Fair 2012
14 pages, stapled, 22.5×15.5cm, with 21 b&w photographic illustrations
DOMOBAAL editions – 2011
ISBN 9871905957 279
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Reproductions I: Sharon Kivland – domobaal editions 2012
Sharon Kivland – Reproductions I
Following the surprising success (the artist was surprised anyway), of her book 'La mer est si bleue' Domo Baal and Sharon Kivland launched a book project that was offered on subscription throughout 2012. It may be described as a speciality package and is certainly most attractive.

Reproductions I consists of a series of twelve books (plus an extra bonus thirteenth book) each in an edition of 100, in a stapled 26×20cm format, with between twelve and twenty–four pages each which draws on Kivland's extensive and particular collection of printed ephemera and postcards, classed thematically according to the whim of the artist (see below). The full set can be purchased for the modest price of £300. The set now includes an extra bonus book Certains messages de loin and is presented in a handsome specially designed bookcloth slipcase made by hand at Bookworks Studio.

(Although the titles are in French, as the books are (largely) made of images only, language should be no barrier to comprehension.)

DOMOBAAL editions – 2012

ISBN 9781905957 156 Frères et Sœurs
ISBN 9781905957 163 Communiants et Communiantes
ISBN 9781905957 170 Pierrots et Pierrettes
ISBN 9781905957 187 Nus exotiques
ISBN 9781905957 194 Les Chiens des Pyrenées
ISBN 9781905957 200 Les Chalets Suisses
ISBN 9781905957 217 Les Amants Modernes
ISBN 9781905957 224 La Neige sur les montagnes
ISBN 9781905957 231 Les Reflets
ISBN 9781905957 248 Femmes et roses
ISBN 9781905957 255 Les Cascades
ISBN 9781905957 262 Les Fontaines
ISBN 9781905957 286 Messages de lointain
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Sharon Kivland 'La mer est si bleue' – domobaal editions 2011
Sharon Kivland – La mer est si bleue
'Hello from Stella beach where I am spending a nice holiday, despite the bad weather. Best wishes, Marie–Claire'
Edition of 100, published at the kind invitation of AM Bruno on the occasion of the London Art Book Fair 2011
28 pages, stapled, 26×20cm, 12 black and white photographic illustrations
DOMOBAAL editions – 2011
ISBN 9871905957 118
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Sharon Kivland 'Le rouge baiser' – domobaal editions 2011
Sharon Kivland – Le rouge baiser
A numbered edition of 100, each with an attractive photograph, on which the artist has more or less carefully painted the lipsticked mouth of the image with watercolours, while considering that while 'le rouge baiser permet le baiser' (the red kiss allows kissing), it also permits caressing, screwing around, adultery and fucking.
Chapbook with 20 folded pages, stapled, 15×10.5cm, 16 black and white photographs
DOMOBAAL editions – 2011
ISBN 9781905957 149
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Sharon Kivland 'Le cri de la soie (Volume II)' – domobaal editions 2011
Sharon Kivland – Le cri de la soie (Volume II)
The speech of kleptomaniac women interviewed by Dr Gaëtan de Clérambault in 1902 is entangled with a medical analysis; the resulting text is an insistent and extended cry of fetishism for silk – an erotic passion, tactile and jouissant. V.B. says that the contact with silk is superior to its sight and that while she would like to sleep in silk, it's not her style; that's for women who are seen in bed.
Edition of 100, 15cm×11cm, 24 pages, published to accompany Sharon Kivland's 'Le cri de la soie (Volume I)'
DOMOBAAL editions – 2011
ISBN 9781905957 095
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Sharon Kivland 'Le cri de la soie (Volume I)' – domobaal editions 2011
Sharon Kivland – Le cri de la soie (Volume I)
'To the cropped and enlarged photograph, extracted from an underwear trade journal of the 1950s, a strip of colour, that of the packaging of the scent 'Allure' by Chanel is added, cropping or extending the image further. Each woman is ecstatic; the touch of silk against her skin is enough to make her faint, to send into an enclosed jouissance, like those kleptomaniac patients of Gaëtan de Clérambault, for whom the squeaky sound of silk as it was rubbed provided the most intense sensation.'
Edition of 100, 15cm×11cm, 24 pages, 15 duo–tone photographs, published to accompany Sharon Kivland's exhibition 'I am sick of my thoughts'.
DOMOBAAL editions – 2011
ISBN 9781905957 088
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'Freud and the Gift of Flowers' by Sharon Kivland and Forbes Morlock
Sharon Kivland – Freud and the Gift of Flowers
Sharon Kivland with Forbes Morlock
A revised version of a seminar given by Forbes Morlock at the Institute of Germanic and Romance Studies, University of London in June 2007. There are gardenias, there are letters and postcards, there are presents, and there are lavish illustrations of the flowers Freud did not receive.
32 pages, softback binding, gatefold cover, 12 b&w photographs, 17×10cm, edition 500
information as material, York – 2010
ISBN 9781907468001
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Shadows (Transmission: The Rules of Engagement 11)
Shadows (Transmission: The Rules of Engagement 11)
What did the chained men in Plato's allegory of the cave see when they looked at the shadows on the wall? Did they see pictures of the world or rather, reflections of their own imagination? What is the difference? Shadows examines the relation between image and mind from the point of view of the scientific image–archive and from the image–repertoire of a number of artists. Each of these perspectives shows a bond between perception and production, while simultaneously revealing an element that appears to be inexplicable, an enigmatic gap that may provide a key to the way we view the world and its images, the cave and its shadows. includes essays by Haris Epaminonda, Ansel Krut, Antonia Low and others, edited by Sharon Kivland and Jaspar Joseph–Lester
Designed by Sarah Backhouse, softcover, 54 pages b&w reproductions, 13.5×21cm
Artwords Press – 2007
ISBN 9781906441029

 

Sharon Kivland – La Forme–Valeur/The Value–Form – domobaal editions 2006
Sharon Kivland – La Forme–Valeur/The Value–Form
La Forme–Valeur/The Value–Form is a sixteen–page book, following the exhibition of the same title at Galerie de Cloître, Rennes in 2005. The commodity from Chapter 3 of Capital by Karl Marx, in both French and English translations, finds a voice as a woman, on a Chanel–pink ground. The edge of the cover is gilded, recalling the packaging of 'Allure'.
DOMOBAAL editions – 2006
ISBN 0954459067
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Sharon Kivland – Mes Fils – domobaal editions 2005
Sharon Kivland – Mes Fils
an artists book by Sharon Kivland published for her solo exhibition 'Mes Fils' at domobaal in 2005
Designed by Sarah Backhouse
DOMOBAAL editions – 2005
ISBN 0954459059
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Sharon Kivland – flair – domobaal editions 2004
Sharon Kivland – flair
published on the occasion of the project of the same title at The Bartlett School of Architecture, University College, London. Twelve phrases run in a continuous line through the book. The phrases are in a pale rose/flesh pink – actually the colour of Chanel's packaging for their scent 'Allure' – and are descriptions of scents taken from the in–flight magazines distributed on airlines. Each has been altered every slightly so rather than describing a scent, they appear to be a woman describing herself – a vain, crazy woman, 'folle de son corps'. The title has two meaning: in English, it means the possession of a certain style or aplomb, while in French, it more usually means the faculty of discerning an odour or an aptitude for intuition or perspicacity.
DOMOBAAL editions – 2004
ISBN 0954459032
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Lucy Harrison, Sharon Kivland and Nina Papconstantinou – A Reader – domobaal editions 2003
A Reader
Lucy Harrison, Nina Papaconstantinou & Sharon Kivland, published for the exhibition 'A Reader' at domobaal gallery in 2003.
A5, soft binding, 18 pages with 6 b&w images.
DOMOBAAL editions – 2003
ISBN 0954459008
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STEPHEN DUNNE

Stephen Dunne – The Phantom Limb
Stephen Dunne – The Phantom Limb
A4 hand screen printed as a limited edition of 45 copies signed and numbered by the artist, 28 pages, stapled. The first 10 copies include one orignal and unique painting on a single page.
RISE editions, Berlin – 2011
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STUART BRISLEY

Stuart Brisley – domobaal editions 2013
Stuart Brisley
A series of monographic publications by domobaal and Mummery+Schnelle. Each are: soft cover, offset printed, 26.6×20.6cm, fully illustrated and focus on a single body of work as follows: Jerusalem (2011–12), The Missing Text (2012–13), Homage to the Commune (1976), 12 Days (1975), Hille Fellowship Poly Wheel (1970), Photography (1988–91), Before the Mast (2013). Titles may be purchased either as single booksor as a set, the series is published in an edition of 300 sets, and is also available presented in a clothbound slipcase made by the Book Works Studio.
DOMOBAAL editions – 2013
ISBN 9781905957 453 Stuart Brisley – Photography (1988–91) 16 pp
ISBN 9781905957 484 Stuart Brisley – Homage to the Commune (1976) 16 pp
ISBN 9781905957 453 Stuart Brisley – Jerusalem (2011–12) 16 pp
ISBN 9781905957 460 Stuart Brisley – The Missing Text (2012–13) 12 pp
ISBN 9781905957 477 Stuart Brisley – 12 Days (1975) 14 pp
ISBN 9781905957 491 Stuart Brisley – Hille Fellowship Poly Wheel (1970) 20 pp
ISBN 9781905957 507 Stuart Brisley – Before the Mast (2013) 12 pp
ISBN 9781905957 521 Stuart Brisley – Complete set in a slipcase (2013)
Buy: £8 each or £45 for the full set of 7 titles plus p&p (click on thumbnail)

 

WALTER SWENNEN

Walter Swennen 'I am afraid I told a lie (on pages 12–13)'
Walter Swennen – I am afraid I told a lie (on pages 12–13)
Folded map, offset printing, 100×152cm (open) 25×10.8cm (folded) edition 100 copies signed and numbered by the artist, 30AP
Gevaert editions, Brussels – 2011
Buy: £250 (only 2 available)

 

Broadsheet newsprint poster for Walter Swennen's exhibition – domobaal editions 2010
Walter Swennen
Broadsheet newsprint poster published to accompany Walter Swennen's exhibition, printed at Newsfax International
DOMOBAAL editions – 2010
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Jemima Burrill, Ansel Krut, Walter Swennen – Maybe a Duck … Maybe a Rabbit …
Maybe a Duck … Maybe a Rabbit …
Published for the exhibition Maybe a Duck … Maybe a Rabbit … a drawing exhibition at The Drawing Centre, Wimbledon College of Art from 9–14 September 2006. Jemima Burrill, Ansel Krut, Walter Swennen with an essay 'In Wittgenstein's Game' by Peter Suchin designed by Sarah Backhouse; 6 colour illustrations, 16 pages, softcover; printed by the Aldgate Press, London.
The Centre for Drawing, Wimbledon School of Art – 2006
ISBN 0948327235
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Walter Swennen: How To Paint A Horse'
Walter Swennen – How To Paint A Horse
A catalogue for Walter Swennen's solo exhibition at De Garage, Mechelen, Belgium. Devoted entirely to the paintings of Belgian painter Walter Swennen. The publication is conceived as a sort of reference book featuring all Swennen's paintings up to date in a thumbnail format.
soft cover, 96 pages, 28.6×22.3cm
bkSM (beeldende kunst Strombeek/Mechelen) – 2008
ISBN 9789077193204
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