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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.

imprint podcast: Ian McKeever and Nigel Warburton

Artist Ian McKeever is interviewed in his studio by British philosopher and writer Nigel Warburton.

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imprint publication: Garry Fabian Miller Voyage

This 2018 imprint publication Voyage is printed in conjunction with the collaborative exhibition between Garry Fabian Miller and Dovecot Studios, held at Dovecot Studios, Edinburgh, 2 February – 7 May 2018.

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imprint podcast: Garry Fabian Miller and Nigel Warburton

Artist Garry Fabian Miller is interviewed in his studio by British philosopher and writer Nigel Warburton.

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Garry Fabian Miller in his studio with Nigel Warburton

imprint publication: Ian McKeever Against Photography

This imprint publication 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.

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imprint publication: William Klein Black and Light

William Klein: Black and Light, an imprint publication, coincided with a gallery exhibition opening in March 2015 featuring these seminal early works created in Paris in 1952.

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imprint publication: Garry Fabian Miller Bliss

imprint also publishes and produces special projects, the first of which was Bliss by Garry Fabian Miller, launched in 2015.

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imprint publication: Garry Fabian Miller Seeing Believing

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.

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