The first in a new series of books cataloguing a year of production at Julian Opie Studio, covering documentation of works, projects and exhibitions as well as studio and reference materials and texts by the artist.
252 pages, full colour images and texts by Julian Opie.
Hardback, 21.5 x 30.5 x 2 cm
Published by Julian Opie Studio
Catalogue raisonné of the artist's editioned works.
Volumes 1 and 2 published in 2011 and 2015 respectively.
Published by Alan Cristea Gallery, 2011
Produced in 2014 to accompany the exhibition Julian Opie: Sculptures, Paintings, Films, which took place at the Museum of Contemporary Art in Krakow between October 2014 and January 2015.
The exhibition was Opie's first solo presentation in Poland, and this comprehensive catalogue features many old and new works, covering the artist's very unique approach to traditional genres of portraiture and landscape.
140 pages of colour illustrations, photography and texts by John Slyce and Delfina Jalowik.
Published by Museum of Contemporary Art Krakow
Published in conjunction with the solo exhibition held at Kukje Gallery, Seoul in Spring 2014.
The exhibition showcases works from the period, including paintings, LEDs and 3D sculptures based on subjects observed in Seoul and London.
Includes an introductory essay by the artist in English and Korean.
Hardcover, 79 pages with full page colour images.
Published by Kukje Gallery, 2014.
Julian Opie: Collected works
Published in conjunction with the exhibition held at the Holburne Museum in Bath and the Bowes Museum in County Durham during 2014/15. The exhibition showcases Opie's own work dating from 1998 alongside works from his private collection, including Roman and Egyptian sculpture, as well as 17th and 18th century portraits. Introduction written by Sandy Nairn with an accompanying essay by the artist.
A4 Hardcover, 108 pages with 68 colour illustrations.
Published by The Holburne Museum and The Bowes Museum, 2014.
The fully illustrated catalogue for the Utagawa Hiroshige exhibition selected and curated by Julian Opie for the Ikon gallery in Birmingham and the British Museum, London. Contains extensive interview between Julian Opie and Timothy Clark of the Japanese Section, The British Museum, an essay by Henry Smith of Columbia University, full page colour reproductions of all the works featured in the exhibition with details and a list of works.
Paperback, full colour images, 100 pages.
48 pages, illustrated in colour throughout.
Published in Japan to coincide with Julian Opie's one-man exhibition at the MITO Tower in the summer of 2008, this huge book covers every aspect of the artist's work since the 1990s.
800 pages with 767 colour illustrations
Soft back with bilingual essay by Takahashi Mizuki
Width 21 cm / Length 29.5 cm / Depth 6 cm
Published by AKAAKA ART PUBLISHING, 2008
Definitive volume with artwork by Julian Opie and text by Daniel Kurjakovic, organized by Bob van Orsouw.
Large format paperback, 220 pages with 120 colour illustrations.
Published by Hatje Cantz Publishers in conjunction with Codax Publisher, 2003
Catalogue for Julian Opie's exhibition at CAC Malaga in 2007.
Hardback volume with essays by Fernando Frances and Juan Manuel Bonet, translated into both English and Spanish.
87 pages with full colour illustrations throughout.
Published by CAC Malaga, 2007
Hardback volume, 160 pages, illustrated in colour throughout.
Published by MAK Vienna / Hatje Cantz, Ostfildern, 2008
20 page ‘tabloid’ newspaper designed by Julian Opie for his exhibition at Alan Cristea Gallery in 2003, containing reviews and illustrations from his projects around the world. Signed by the artist.
Published by Alan Cristea Gallery, 2003