Balanchine Then and Now Edited by Anne Hogan
Mountain/What is the Way up? Naveen Kishore
A Typographic Abecedarium Ornan Rotem
Breathing Underwater Lisa Davidson and Ralph Petty
Electric Trees: Reflections of Angola Jenny Gal-Or and Eran Gal-Or
Our medium box is packed full of an eclectic selection of books. In Mountain/What is the Way Up? the magnitude of Anish Kapoor's aluminium sculpture is explored in Naveen Kishore's text and probed in detailed photographs. Electric Trees: Images of Angola witnesses the country's post-civil war awakening through candid pictures and the testimony of people working towards a change. Balanchine Then and Now analyses the impact of the iconic classical ballet choreographer through testimonies by artists and academics alike. In Breathing Underwater, immerse yourself in a world where dream and nightmare live side by side, brought to life by Ralph Petty's drawings and Lisa Davidson's poetry. Finally, in A Typographic Abecedarium, see the world under a different light as it presents itself in the form of letters in the pictures and writing of Ornan Rotem.