Publications

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Jul 28
Pre-Order: Kirsty MacKay ‘The Fish That Never Swam’

The causes of Glasgow’s excess mortality lie in government policy – not with the individual and their lifestyle choices. During the 1970s and 80’s Glasgow was in a ‘managed decline’.…

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Jun 27
Studies in Photography Spring 2021

Our latest edition of Studies in Photography is now available. Featuring Craig Easton’s Fisherwomen series as our cover article. Craig won ‘Photographer of the Year’ in the 2021 Sony…

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May 16
Art North Magazine | No.9

The main focus of Art North magazine is on the visual arts being made or shown in Scotland today, as well as the work of artists located elsewhere who demonstrate a clear connection with…

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May 06
Passage – Margaret Mitchell

PASSAGE brings together two connected bodies of work – Family and In This Place – spanning more than 20 years in the lives of Margaret Mitchell’s extended family. Three generations lay…

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May 06
Drift Book – Adam Geary

Surrounded by everyday mysteries/Drifting each day in the light/ For as long as the sun lasts – This book of days takes us to the edge of loss or perhaps the cusp of epiphany. Geary’s…

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Apr 21
Café Royal Books | Jos Treen Glasgow 1978

A new title by Jos Treen is available now. Glasgow 1978 ‘I was that kid in the early 1960’s who always took charge of the family camera. What seemed like a revolutionary move at…

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Feb 26
NOTES Journal Issue 8: Care and Recovery

Pre-orders of NOTES Issue 8 »Care and Recovery« have started. The journal will be shipped in April/May. NOTES are back with an issue about Care and Recovery which has been long in the…

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Feb 03
Margaret Watkins – Black Light

Margaret Watkins´ work has been forgotten for too long. Like many women photographers, her art has been, unfairly, set aside in the History of Photography. This book and the related…

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Jan 27
Boketto Photo Zine – Shaun Murawski

Shaun Murawski is a longtime collaborator with Struggletown. His work is on the cover of The Sinking Feeling – Ugly/Old Friends 12″ and the flinch. – Enough is Enough…

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Jan 27
Margaret Mitchell – Passage (Bluecoat Press)

Bluecoat Press is publishing Margaret Mitchell’s Passage which incorporates her key projects Family and In This Place for the first time. With a foreword by Alasdair Foster. SPECIAL…

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Dec 10
Café Royal Books | Douglas Corrance Glasgow (1970s – 1980s)

Douglas Corrance’s photographs have been the main images in numerous books, including guides to Japan, Paris, France, India and New York, and he has also produced portraits of…

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Dec 03
Robert Blomfield: Edinburgh 1957 -1966

The term ‘amateur photographer’ is usually used dismissively, reducing that person’s work to no more than a hobby. History shows that this is often a false categorisation, as illustrated…

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Dec 03
Pentimento – Roddy McKenzie

‘Pentimento’ in a term that I have borrowed from art where it is used in reference to paintings, meaning “the presence or emergence of earlier images, forms, or strokes…

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Dec 03
Gingers – Kieran Dodds

Gingers is the first book from non-fiction photographer Kieran Dodds. Dodds is known for his research-driven photo stories and portraiture. His personal work considers the interplay of…

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Dec 01
Inner Sound by Iain Stewart (Another Place Press)

Iain Stewart – Inner Sound *** Available to pre-order *** Due for release Dec 2020 The timeless, deep pull of the ocean is strong; nature is powerful, it will prevail. Dark tides…

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Dec 01
Island Tides by Paul Glazier (Bluecoat Press)

In 1978, Paul Glazier first visited and started photographing the remote island of Vatersay in the Outer Hebrides. Glazier started to capture the changing faces of the community as time…

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Nov 19
Studies in Photography | Leaves – A New Journal

Studies in Photography is delighted to announce the new journal Leaves, produced in collaboration with the Astley Ainslie Community Trust. ‘By leaves we live’ – Patrick Geddes…

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Nov 19
Coming Into View: Eric Watt’s Photographs of Glasgow

  Glasgow has changed beyond recognition since the late 1950’s, as skillfully captured in more than 3,500 photographs taken by the late, amateur photographer Eric Watt. A new book…

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Oct 02
New Publication: Far Beyond by Adam Geary

Far Beyond “The beauty of the day was only a memory.” In times of crisis and fear, the boundaries between the real and imagined; what we see, what we know and what we sense are often…

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Aug 13
Isle of Rust – Alex Boyd

“The unsurpassable strangeness of the island resides in the chasmic gulf between the naturally evolved and the negligently created, between Scarp and scrap, between the sublime and…

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Mar 10
Slow Gaze by Adam Geary

New photobook by Adam Geary; Adam Geary | Slow Gaze The Slow Gaze photobook takes a look beneath the cracks of our increasingly fractured lives. Lives in which the ‘home’; itself a…

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May 08
Adam Geary: Pure Nature

Adam Geary's new photobook Pure Nature offers us a glimpse of the city seen through the eyes of a traveller searching for inspiration and discovery but instead finding division and barriers.

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Oct 30
Adam Geary: About Time

About Time is the latest photobook by photographer Adam Geary. About Time asks us to step back and reflect on our lives and simply look and connect with the everyday stuff that surrounds us.