Here is a list of Arnolfini's publications & merchandise available online. We are currently unable to ship this online stock internationally. A fee for UK postage has been added to each listing. UK delivery only.
Purchase the exhibition catalogue from our current exhibition Art From Elsewhere.
Buy the Sarah Records poster AND zine printed for the Sarah Records event/exhibition 2 – 5 May 2014.
With essays by Julienne Lorz, Catherine Mayeur, Dirk Snauwaert, Tom Trevor and Joëlle Tuerlinckx. Online price includes UK postage. Available from the Bookshop at £25 (pre & during exhibition).
A bookwork accompanying Jonathan Monk’s first major solo exhibition in England
This publication accompanies the re-opening exhibition at Arnolfini following a two-year closure for a major redevelopment project, 2003 – 2005.
This publication accompanies the tour of Sophie Rickett’s video and sound installation, To The River.
A compact, illustrated history of Arnolfini published to coincide with its major refurbishment 2003 – 2005
This publication accompanies Deimantas Narkevičius’s first solo show in the UK and features an interview with the artists by Martin Clark.
This publication sets out to explore and question notions of experiment that informed the extraordinary range if arts practice at Black Mountain College, North Carolina, USA.
With 32 pages, more than six and a half thousand words and many colourful illustrations, the book represents remarkably good value for its handy pocket size.
Published to coincide with the group exhibition Pale Carnage addressing ideas of cruelty, desire, beauty, decadence, voyeurism and violence in relation to the culture and history of the late 19th and ...
This monograph on Ursula Biemann’s practice provides an opportunity to engage with over a decade of her video art production and writings.
This publication, which includes texts by Juli Carson, Anne Ellgood, Nav Haq and Martin Herbert accompanies Kerry Tribe’s first major exhibition in Europe.
This catalogue accompanies the first major solo exhibition in the UK of the internationally renowned Austrian artist duo Lois & Franziska Weinberger.
Art, Consumerism and the Experience Economy
Encounters is an extensive collection of Manuel Vason’s photographic collaborations with Artiists working in performance.
A series of self-portraits of Arnolfini developed across its 50th Anniversary year by artist Neil Cummings
Art, Activism and Recuperation
Salad Dressing is a cover of Ed Ruscha and Mason Williams’ 1969 photo novel Crackers
The first English language publication about the work of the influential French artist Gina Pane including specially commissioned essays.
Book produced for Clare Thornton investigating dance in the Arnolfini archive.
The book is the result of two exhibitions by Susanne Kriemann at Arnolfini in Bristol and the Kunstverein Braunschweig and presents an extensive overview of the work of the German-born photographer.
Possible, Probable and Preferable Futures