imprint is an initiative at the gallery to present our research and the work of our artists to a wider audience, in a multitude of formats – a series of publications, artist books, museum projects and podcasts.
Garry Fabian Miller in conversation with philosopher Nigel Warburton
Artist Garry Fabian Miller is interviewed in his studio by British philosopher and author Nigel Warburton.
imprint #1 is dedicated to the early works of Ian McKeever and provides a rare opportunity to be fully immersed in the dynamic first two decades of a long and distinguished career, and a fascinating prism through which to view the years that followed; the continuous evolution of structure, scale, and intent, with an unwavering engagement and purpose.
The second in our new series of publications launched officially in January 2015:
imprint #2 - William Klein: Black and Light, coincides with a gallery exhibition opening in March 2015 featuring these seminal early works created in Paris in 1952.
imprint special project
BLISS - Garry Fabian Miller
imprint also publishes and produces special projects, the first of which was Bliss by Garry Fabian Miller, launched in 2015.
imprint special project #2
Seeing Believing - Garry Fabian Miller
The Seeing Believing publication marks and celebrates a new chapter in Garry Fabian Miller’s work and life as an artist. It is released as his traditional darkroom activity comes to an end, and preparations begin for a series of projects that will radiate out from Fabian Miller’s home and studio on Dartmoor.