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Philip Jones Griffiths exhibition opens at the National Library of Wales


19 Jun - 2015

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A retrospective exhibition of Philip Jones Griffiths will open at the National Library of Wales on 27th June in Aberystwyth. ‘A Welsh Focus on War and Peace’ will present images of the Magnum photographer’s original works and personal archive material, exploring his early work in Britain, his world renowned photographs documenting various wars and their effects, as well as lesser known works in the period leading up to his death in 2008. Trolley Books is the proud publisher of three of Philip’s last books, Agent Orange – Collateral Damage in Viet Nam, Viet Nam at Peace and Recollections.


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Mariomandala Colouring Book by Mario Tauchi – now available in Foyles!


19 Mar - 2015

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Colouring is not just for kids, as Rachel Moss points out in The Huffington Post (click to read the article).
Our extremely popular own ‘Mariomandala Colouring Book’ is no exception, where Japanese artist Mario Tauchi invites you to join a transcendental trip through the deepest parts of the artist’s brain with his incredible Mario-mandalas, 108 free-floating cosmic forms in white space, that the reader brings the final dimension to by colouring them in. With perforated pages to pull out at the end!



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Dominic Hawgood tonight at the opening of The Red Mansion Art Prize Exhibition 2015


19 Mar - 2015

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Tonight at The Red Mansion Foundation, Dominic Hawgood, one of the winners of The Red Mansion Art Prize 2014 alongside Emily Motto, Tristan Barlow, Julie Born Schwartz, Adam Tylicki and Cadi Froehlich , will be at the opening show of ‘The Red Mansion Art Prize Exhibition 2015′ that features one of his work.


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The Artist Gavin Turk in conversation with Rachel Newsome about ‘This Is Not A Book About Gavin Turk’ on Sunday at The Viktor Wynd Museum of Curiosities, Fine Art & Natural History


19 Mar - 2015

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On Sunday 22nd March at 4pm, Gavin Turk and Rachel Newsome will be talking about ‘This Is Not A Book About Gavin Turk’ published by Trolley Books, at The Viktor Wynd Museum of Curiosities, Fine Art & Natural History (11 Mare St, London, E8 4RP).

Gavin Turk is, perhaps, the most interesting of the infamous YBA’s who found fame in the 1990s, a veteran of Saatchi’s Sensation exhibition with a global following his installations and sculptures deal with issues of authorship, authenticity and identity. Concerned with the ‘myth’ of the artist and the ‘authorship’ of a work, Turk’s engagement with this modernist, avant-garde debate stretches back to the ready-mades of Marcel Duchamp. He will be in conversation with Rachel Newsome, editor of ‘This Is not a Book about Gavin Turk’.


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