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The Drill Hall Gallery has established a nation-wide reputation for landmark exhibitions: retrospectives, mid-career surveys and thematic exhibitions by leading contemporary artists. Because of the rapport the gallery has developed with artists, curators, critics, academics and collectors, the publications relating to these exhibitions often acquire a unique significance. They proudly promote a finer appreciation of contemporary art in its most diverse forms.

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April 2022 Update: 30% off selected soft-cover catalogues for a limited time. See details below.

Catherine Rogers: Evidence and the Visible

Paperback, 98 pages, 19 x 23 cm.
Published 2022 by DHG publishing
Publication designed by Small Tasks. Essays by Helen Grace and interview with Catherine Rogers.

$40 + $10 postage / Buy Now

Heart of Country: Jack Green

Four-fold concertina, 84 x 21 cm.
Published 2022 by DHG Publishing

$2 + $5 postage / Buy Now

Heart of Country: Arnhem Land Barks

Paperback, 96 pages.
Published 2022 by DHG publishing
Publication designed by Small Tasks. Texts by Brenda Croft, Ace Bourke, Susan Jenkins, Apolline Kohen, Gloria Morales, Will Stubbs and Lara Nicholls.

$35+$10 postage / Buy Now

Idris Murphy: The Abundance

Paperback, 40 pages.
Published 2021 by King Street Studios P/L
Publication designed by Ella Burrett. Texts by Anna Johnson. Photographs by Adam Crews.

$25 + $10 postage / Buy Now

Emma Beer: Zooper Dooper

Paperback, 76 pages with insert, 16 x 23 cm.
Published 2022 by DHG publishing
Publication design: Small tasks. Texts by Anja Loughhead.

$25 + $10 postage / Buy Now

Where Lakes Once Had Water: Sonia Leber and David Chesworth

Softcover, 134 pages
Published by Bundanon with the Australian Research Council Centre of Excellence for Australian Biodiversity and Heritage (CABAH). Supported by the Gordon Darling Foundation and designed by Public Office.
Texts by Sophie Knezic, Fiona Gruber, Tim Flanner, Sonia Leber, David Chesworth and Michael-Shawn Fletcher

$33 + $10 postage / Buy Now

The Drill Hall Gallery acknowledges the Ngunnawal and Ngambri peoples, the traditional custodians of the Canberra region, and recognises their continuous connection to culture, community and Country.