22.02.2016
Artist Boss: Anthony Caro’s studio assistants and issues of legacy in British sculpture

A publication by Jenny Dunseath co-editor Dr M. Wilsher  

Featuring Anthony Caro, Tim Marlow, Karen Wilkin, Dr M Petry, Prof K Cross, Sam Cornish.

Interviews with: Anthony Caro, Patrick Cunningham, Guy Martin, James Wolfe, Willard Boepple, Andre Fauteux, John Gibbons, Jon Isherwood, Shaun Cassidy, Ian Dawson, Beth Cullen-Kerridge, Gavin Morris, Tim Peacock, Hywel Livingstone, Jonathan Gildersleeves, William Fausset, Olivia Bax, Neil Ayling, John Wallbank.  

Release July/August 2016

 

 

22.02.2016
Artist Boss: Pool

The Cut Halesworth
3 Sept 2016 - 4 Oct 2016

An exhibition featuring the work of Caro’s studio assistants and invited guests; Olivia Bax, Neil Ayling, Claire Baily, Hywel Livingstone, John Wallbank, Jenny Dunseath, Rafael Blasco Ciscar, Jean-Philippe Dordolo, Charles Hewlings, Sophie Hoyle. Catalogue by B. Prendeville

 

 

22.02.2016
Anthony Caro: Artist Boss

New Arts Centre Roche Court 19 Nov 2016 – 29 Jan 2017  

An exhibition curated by Jenny Dunseath and Mark Wilsher. Featuring works by Anthony Caro and former studio assistants; Ian Dawson, John Gibbons, Guy Martin and John Wallbank.

 

 

22.02.2016
Artist Boss at Bath Spa

Late 2016 - 2017

Featuring images and documentation from the previous exhibitions, bringing together generations of Caro’s assistants.

 

 

31.03.2013
Interpreting Ceramics, Selected Essays - Is available

Title: Interpreting Ceramics, Selected Essays

Editors: Jo Dahn and Jeffrey Jones

If you would like to purchase your copy please either contact us through our contacts page or visit Amazon.co.uk

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25.02.2013
Interpreting Ceramics, Selected Essays - Goes to print.

Title: Interpreting Ceramics, Selected Essays

Editors: Jo Dahn and Jeffrey Jones

It's going to print! Do contact us via our contacts page if you wish to review.

Publishing Date: 31st March 2013

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19.11.2012
Interpreting Ceramics... Twitter Updates

Title: Interpreting Ceramics, Selected Essays

Editors: Jo Dahn and Jeffrey Jones

Keep up to date with us by keeping your eyes on Twitter.
The Crafts Council are keeping their eyes on us and even retweeted our tweet to their 29,829 followers!

Publishing Date: 25th March 2013

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29.10.2012
Interpreting Ceramics... Coming Soon

Title: Interpreting Ceramics, Selected Essays

Editors: Jo Dahn and Jeffrey Jones

Interpreting Ceramics, Selected Essays dem- onstrates the diverse interests expored by a range of international writers on ceramics since the year 2000. The essays were originally published on-line in the journal Interpreting Ceramics (www.interpretingceramics.com) and have been selected to represent the first ten years of the journal content. Written by practitioners as well as leading academics, they vary in length, tone and approach. Some were accepted for publication through the journal’s normal peer-review process, others began life as conference papers and others were submitted in response to special initiatives such as the ‘Speak for Yourself’ project. Collectively they reflect the vibrant and scholarly debate that has characterised the web pages of Interpreting Ceramics and underline its contribution to the field.

Publishing Date: 25th March 2013.

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04.10.2012
Painting with Architecture in Mind Book Launch...

Title: Painting with Architecture in Mind
Editors: Ed Whittaker & Alex Landrum

Painting with Architecture in Mind enjoyed a fantastic book launch at the wonderful St Martin-in-the-Fields, Trafalgar Square, London on Wednesday 3rd October 2012.

The event was also celebrating the installation of Brad Lochore's triptych curated by Modus Operandi for St Martin-in-the-Fields Arts Programme.

 

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16.09.2012
Dominion A Whale Symposium, Editors Launch the Moby Dick Big Read...

Title: Dominion, A Whale Symposium
Editors: Angela Cockayne & Philip Hoare

Editors Angela Cockayne and Philip Hoare have launched their new amazing project today in conjunction with Plymouth International Book Festival 2012.  It shall be an groundbreaking event - a 21st Century audio and visual rendition of Herman Melville's 19th Century classic novel.

Chapter readers will include: Sir David Attenborough, Stephen Fry, Tilda Swinton, Simon Callow, Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall, Christopher Frayling and many more.  Each chapter streamed online will be accompanied by work from visual artists such as Richard Long, Michael Landy, Susan Hiller and Gavin Turk.

http://www.mobydickbigread.com/

 

 

21.08.2012
Dominion A Whale Symposium, Editors grounbreaking project the Moby Dick Big Read...

Title: Dominion, A Whale Symposium
Editors: Angela Cockayne & Philip Hoare

Editors Angela Cockayne and Philip Hoare have been working on this project for over two years and shall soon be launching The Big Read at Plymouth International Book Festival 2012.  It shall be an groundbreaking event - a 21st Century audio and visual rendition of Herman Melville's 19th Century classic novel.

Chapter readers will include: Sir David Attenborough, Stephen Fry, Tilda Swinton and many more.  Each chapter streamed online will be accompanied by work from visual artists such as Richard Long, Susan Hiller and Gavin Turk.

 

 

30.05.2012
Painting with Architecture in Mind is now available...

Title: Painting with Architecture in Mind
Editors: Ed Whittaker & Alex Landrum

It's 30th May. Painting with Architecture in Mind is now available to purchase.

You can get your copy by placing an order with us at Wunderkammer by emailing: This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it or visit Amazon.co.uk

Remember if you are a student or trade you get a discount.  Email us for details.

 

 

28.03.2012
Wunderkammer Press are now on Twitter

Keep yourself up to date with us here at Wunderkammer Press by following us on Twitter.  Watch out for our special offers and news about our current releases.

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26.03.2012
Painting with Architecture in Mind... Goes to print...

Title: Painting with Architecture in Mind
Editors: Ed Whittaker & Alex Landrum

The long awaited publication is nearly ready, public release 30th May 2012!

 

 

26.03.2012
Painting with Architecture in Mind... Goes to print...

Title: Painting with Architecture in Mind
Editors: Ed Whittaker & Alex Landrum

The long awaited publication is nearly ready, public release 30th May 2012!

 

 

06.02.2012
Dominion A Whale Symposium, Editor Philip Hoare writes for the Mail Online

Title: Dominion, A Whale Symposium
Editors: Angela Cockayne & Philip Hoare

Editor Philip Hoare writes How plastic bags are poisoning the planet's greatest predators: 65ft long sperm whales are being killed by human pollution.

Read more

 

 

30.01.2011
Dominion A Whale Symposium goes to print

Title: Dominion, A Whale Symposium
Editors: Angela Cockayne & Philip Hoare

Dominion, A Whale Symposium is now available at the price of £16.99.

You can purchase either through amazon.co.uk or by contacting us via our contacts page... Enjoy!

 

 

12.12.2011
Dominion goes to print

Title: Dominion, A Whale Symposium
Editors: Angela Cockayne & Philip Hoare

Dominion, A Whale Symposium will be available in January 2012, at the price of £16.99.
We will post the release date on our news section so please keep your eyes open!

The DOMINION exhibition and Whale Festival, held at Plymouth University in February 2011, was the first in of its kind in the UK.  It explored the iconography of the whale in art, science and history, through film, music, poetry and gallery talks.  In the process it became a unique celebration of the cultural links between art and science, as seen through the abiding, mysterious shape of these extraordinary animals.

DOMINION contains new essays by artists, writers, curators and scientists as well as images of Angela Cockayne’s work and evocative photographs of whales themselves.


Contributors include: Hal Whitehead, Nick Atkinson, Sarah Chapman, Sam Richards, Anthony Caleshu, Richard Sabin, Ruth Leeny, Andrew Sutton, Alexis Kirke, Michael Hall.

 

25.08.2011
Images in Time is available

Title: Images in Time
Sub Title: Flashing forward, backward, in front and behind photography in fashion, advertising and the press.
Editors: Æsa Sigurjónsdóttir, Jo Turney and Michael A. Langkjær

Even more exciting news here at Wunderkammer Press as the publication 'Images in Time' is now available to buy form us.

Contact us at This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it

The publication will be available to purchase from us at the RRP of £19.99 + p&p

 

 

10.08.2011
Images in Time goes to print

Title: Images in Time
Sub Title: Flashing forward, backward, in front and behind photography in fashion, advertising and the press.
Editors: Æsa Sigurjónsdóttir, Jo Turney and Michael A. Langkjær

We are very excited here at Wunderkammer Press as the publication 'Images in Time' has gone to print today. 
The launch of the title will be happening during the 1st Trans/National Clothing Conference taking place at Bath School of Art & Design 1st-4th September.

The publication will be available to purchase from us at the RRP of £19.99 and also available on Amazon.

 

 

11.05.2011
Coming Soon from Wunderkammer

Title: Dominion

Editors: Angela Cockayne & Philip Hoare

Throughout history, the whale has fascinated artists, scientists, writers, musicians, storytellers.  From the ancient civilisations to aboriginal peoples, from 19th century literature, in the shape of Herman Melville’s Moby-Dick, to 21st century cinema such as Free Willy and Whale Rider.

The Dominion exhibition and Whale Festival at Plymouth, February 2011, the first to be held in the UK, celebrated the iconographic image of the whale and explored its place in literature, biology and history.  The festival featured eminent scientists from the field of cetacean studies and explored the cultural significance of the whale through film, music, poetry readings and gallery talks, and sought to explore and celebrate the links between science and the arts.

At its centre was the unique collaboration between the artist, Angela Cockayne, Senior Lecturer at Bath Spa University, and the acclaimed writer Philip Hoare.

Drawing inspiration from Herman Melville’s 19th century classic, Moby-Dick, and the overarching symbol of the whale, DOMINION is a multilayered and allusive attempt to address a shared history - between human and whale. Incorporating Angela Cockayne’s chimerical objects and Philip Hoare’s text, the result is an aesthetic sermon on the state of the whale and the world.

Contributors include: Hal Whitehead, Nick Atkinson, Sarah Chapman, Sam Richards, Anthony Caleshu, Richard Sabin, Ruth Leeny, Andrew Sutton, Alexis Kirke, Michael Hall.

 

28.03.2011

wunderkammer.com
goes live

We're pleased to announce the arrival of this, our brand new website which will serve as our online catalogue enabling you to buy our books over the internet.

It's also the place to come to keep up-to-date with all our latest news, or if you're an author with a project you'd like to propose you can find our proposal form on the Authors page.

Happy browsing!

 

 

21.03.11
COMING SOON FROM WUNDERKAMMER

Painting with Architecture in Mind, brings together leading and up and coming authors who address the question of painting in relation to its architectural frame or spaces of display. They consider ways in which thinking about painting (its modes of expression and forms of expansion) challenges the architecturalised environment. Essays include writing on Henri Matisse, Michael Majerus, Gerwald Rockenshaub, Fred Sandback, Lawrence Weiner, Thomas Scheibitz, Remy Zaugg and others.

Contributors include:
Eric Alliez
Jean-Claude Bonne
John Chilver
Bernice Donszelman
Catherine Ferguson
Linda Khatir
Mark Pimlott. 


The volume is edited by Ed Whittaker and Alex Landrum and includes an insert especially designed for the book by Brad Lochore.



 

14.03.11
COMING SOON FROM WUNDERKAMMER

Title: Images in Time
Sub Title: Flashing forward, backward, in front and behind photography in fashion, advertising and the press.
Editor/s:
Dr Jo Turney, Course Leader MA Investigating Fashion Design, Bath School of Art and Design, BSU, Bath, UK
Æsa Sigurjónsdóttir, Assistant Professor University Iceland, Dr. Kristján
Eldjárn Research Fellow.
Michael Langkjær, Ph.D., Assistant Professor, Saxo Institute, University
of Copenhagen/Denmark.

When looking at a photograph what does one see? What stories do images elicit and how can photography be used as a means of validating or questioning notions of the clothed body as an indicator of lived culture/s? Can such imagery illicit discussion of both clothing production and consumption, of industry, professionalism and the impact and use of technology?

Images in Time offers an interdisciplinary approach to the study of photography and dress and emerges in response to research undertaken under the umbrella term ‘Wardrobe’. The book draws together international critical writings from scholars in

anthropology, history, social sciences, the humanities and fashion studies, as well as photographic practitioners and museum curators and archivists, in an attempt to critique and valorise photography as a significant medium in the creation of wider socio-cultural discourse.

Contributors include all three editors and:
Henning Bender
Ingeborg Carlsen
Anna Dahlgren - Nordiska Museet, Stockholm, Sweden
Lidia Marte
Per Neilsen, University of Copenhagen, Copenhage, Denmark
Tone Rasch, Teknisk Museum, Oslo, Norway
Stephanie Sadre-Orafi - Assistant Professor, department of Anthropology, University of Cincinatti, Ohio, USA
Merja Salo - Professor of Visual Communication and Photography
Department of Media, Photography, Aalto University School of Art and Design
Haemeentie 135 C, 00560 Helsinki
Eugenie Shinkle, Acting Course Leader, BA Photographic Arts and Senior Lecturer in Photographic Theory and Criticism, University of Westminster, UK
Charlotte Bik Bandlien - Researcher, SIFO/National Institute for Consumer Research, Oslo, Norway