SAATCHI GALLERY, LONDON
I worked at the Saatchi Gallery for 6 years. During that time I was the Editorial Director, managing the editorial output of the gallery from books to accompany gallery exhibitions to Charles Saatchi’s own personal books. Below is a selection of projects I worked on.
Researched, edited and project-managed
L: My Name is Charles Saatchi And I Am An Artoholic | R: Questions, by Charles Saatchi
Both originally published by Phaidon
L-R Be The Worst You Can Be, Charles Saatchi | Babble, Charles Saatchi
| The Naked Eye, Charles Saatchi
All published by Booth-Clibborn Editions
L-R: The History of the Saatchi Gallery, published by Booth-Clibborn Editions | Out of Focus: Photography at the Saatchi Gallery, published by the Saatchi Gallery | Newspeak: New British Art at the Saatchi Gallery, published by the Saatchi Gallery | Gaiety is the Most Outstanding Feature of the Soviet Union, published by the Saatchi Gallery
L-R: Shape of Things to Come: New Sculpture at the Saatchi Gallery, published by Random House | The Empire Strikes Back: New Art from India at the Saatchi Gallery, published by Random House |Gesamtkunstwerk: New Art from Germany, published by the Saatchi Gallery
HELLY NAHMAD GALLERY, LONDON
Picasso: La Californie, by Marilyn McCully, published by Helly Nahmad Gallery in 2006
This beautifully constructed book features paintings made by Picasso between 1955 and 1961, during the time he lived at ‘La Californie’, a late Art Nouveau villa situated in the city of Cannes. Published to accompany the gallery show of the same name.
Max Ernest, published in 2006 by Helly Nahmad Gallery
A critical treatment that traces Ernst’s life and career within the context of his time and assesses his involvement with, and influence on, the Surrealist movement. Published to accompany the gallery show of the same name.