Members of Leeds Surrealist Group are participating in the exhibition ‘Little Shop of Magic 2’, organised by Wedgwood Steventon, at Centre Space Gallery, Spode Works, Stoke-on-Trent
The Archaeology of Hope was launched on the winter solstice of 2016, with an invitation to a game that culminated on the summer solstice of 2017, which included the participation of three members of Leeds Surrealist Group.
The book is a catalogue of the results of the game, and a record of the exhibition and performance ritual that sprang from it.
After some lengthy problems with the website set up for our publications, we are happy to announce that it has now been restored:
Waterloo & Elsewhere by Peter Overton
A collection of photographs with accompanying captions that build into a verbal-visual poem. With 34 full-colour and 2 black-and-white plates printed on Chorus Lux Silk paper, and an introduction by Krzysztof Fijalkowski.
‘Peter Overton’s images of abandoned objects belong in a tradition of the documentation of detritus and material affray running from Atget’s pictures of early twentieth-century rag pickers in the zone on the outskirts of Paris, through the work of Czech photographers such as Emila Medková and Alois Nožička exploring waste grounds and marginal sites.’ – from the introduction, Down Is Up, by Krzysztof Fijalkowski.
In a limited edition of 100 numbered copies only.
42 pages – 17cm x 17cm square format – November 2015 – ISBN 978-1-906238-03-2
Price including postage & packing:
USA & Rest of the World £11.00
Buy online at www.surrealisteditions.co.uk