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Artists in the City
SPACE in '68 and beyond

Explores the early history of an artist-led organisation which broke new ground by taking on large properties for artist studios in London, which it has continued doing for over 50 years, creating space for artists in a changing city. Contributors include Bridget Riley, Peter Sedgley, Andrew Wilson, Courtney J Martin, Naomi Pearce, Ana Torok, Larne Abse Gogarty, Mel Dodd, Rebecca Gordon-Nesbitt, David Morris. Edited by Anna Harding

Published by SPACE 2018

ISBN 978-1-9999278-0-6

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Potential: Ongoing Archive

How do artists embed archival processes in their art practice? "Potential" considers the role of the archive in current artistic practice through the work of 11 international artists who engage with archival and documentation processes. Each artist regards archiving as an ongoing research process in their work. Contributors Inke Arns, Jacqueline Cooke, Chris Dorley-Brown, Barnaby Drabble, Jonathan Faiers, Ella Gibbs, Jakob Jakobsen, Helmut Candle, Reeta Keegan, Ruth Maclennan, Nils Norman, Nasrin Tabatabai, Andrew Renton + Kitty Scott, Naomi Salaman, Barbara Steveni, Andrew Wilson.

Published by Artimo Amsterdam in association with Anna Harding and John Hansard Gallery

ISBN 90 75380 48 8

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Re-Writing History

David Hammons  Alfredo Jaar  Sarkis  Francesc Torres, curated by Anna Harding for Kettle's Yard, tour to Anthony Reynolds Gallery, Ikon Gallery Birmingham and Cornerhouse Manchester. Published by Kettle's Yard 1990.

2021 Frieze essay The lasting aftertaste of David Hammons’s sugar by Deborah Levy 

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Magic Moments
Collaborations between artists and young people

A collection of text and images reflecting insights of artists working on creative projects with young people. When artists and young people come together, something really special can happen. Sparks can fly, a 'Magic Moment' can occur. The book spans projects from the late 1960s to the 2000s and demonstrates how work with young people has often been central for many artists. Edited by Anna Harding 

Black Dog Publishing 2006

ISBN 1 904772 28 5

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CURATING: The Contemporary Art Museum and Beyond

An examination of what comprises contemporary curating, covering topics such as: the process of making contemporary art exhibitions in the late 1990s; the changing role of the art institution and the curator; the artist as curator; and the recent explosion of alternative art spaces and projects. Contributors include Jeanne van Heeswijk, Bruce W Ferguson / Reesa Greenberg / Sandy Nairne, Lois Keidan, Declan McGonagle, Julian Stallabrass, Ute Meta Bauer + Fareed Army, Hans Ulrich Obrist. Edited by Anna Harding 1997

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Bodies of experience: stories about living with HIV

Photographers present the experiences and realities of HIV with portraits, constructed images and stories. 'A chance for us to plot a personal relationship with the issues of HIV infection, whatever our previous experience of antibody status' - Adam Mars-Jones

Published 1989 to coincide with the exhibition at Camerawork, touring to Untitled, Sheffield and Stills, Edinburgh. Exhibition Poster

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