Publications

ipad-thumbnailDOC006 – ‘The Ties That Bind’ Digital magazine. Released to coincide with our exhibition of the same name at the Scottish National Portrait Gallery, Edinburgh, from 26th Sept- 24th April 2016. Published September 2015.

Formatted for Android and Apple devices.

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DOC005 – ‘Common Ground’ Our 84-page colour publication, including work from our new show ‘The Ties That Bind‘, with two photo essays each from Sophie Gerrard, Jeremy Sutton-Hibbert, Stephen McLaren and Colin McPherson. We introduce work by Welsh photography collective A Fine Beginning, along with essays by Malcolm Dickson, director at Glasgow’s Street Level Photoworks, and Anne McNeill, director of Impressions Gallery, Bradford. Published August 2014.

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Unsullied And Untarnished, by Jeremy Sutton-Hibbert.
Portraits of the participants of the Common Ridings and Festivals of the Scottish Borders.
Foreword by Harry Benson CBE, essay by Alex Massie.
A5, 96-pages, 58 photographs.

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Tunnock’s by Sophie Gerrard, published by Café Royal Books

28 pages, 14cm x 20cm, B/w digital
Edition of 150 including 50 as part of a boxed set.

Available from Café Royal Books, in September 2015.

Published on the occasion of Document Scotland: The Ties That Bind at the Scottish National Portrait Gallery, September 2015 — April 2016.

***NOW SOLD OUT ***

 

JeremyFishing North Sea Fishing, by Jeremy Sutton-Hibbert, published by Café Royal Books.

36 pages, 14cm x 20cm, B/w digital
Edition of 150 including 50 as part of a boxed set.

Available from Café Royal Books, in September 2015.

Published on the occasion of Document Scotland: The Ties That Bind at the Scottish National Portrait Gallery, September 2015 — April 2016.

 

 

Dookits by Stephen McLaren, published by Café Royal Books.

28 pages, 14cm x 20cm, Col. digital
Edition of 150 including 50 as part of a boxed set.

Available from Café Royal Books, in September 2015.

Published on the occasion of Document Scotland: The Ties That Bind at the Scottish National Portrait Gallery, September 2015 — April 2016.

 

 

Sancta Maria Abbey, Nunraw, by Colin McPherson, published by Café Royal Books.

36 pages, 14cm x 20cm, b/w digital
Edition of 150 including 50 as part of a boxed set, available early September 2015.

Published on the occasion of Document Scotland: The Ties That Bind at the Scottish National Portrait Gallery, September 2015 — April 2016.

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DOC003 – Document Scotland’s third publication is now available as a FREE DOWNLOAD digital magazine for viewing on iPads. The magazine, consisting of four photo essays, single images and an essay, can be downloaded from the Apple iTunes App store. The photo essays take a look at the insides of the iconic Tunnocks teacake factory, a walk along the Antonine Wall, a look at the Dookits of Glasgow and the salmon fishermen of Scotland’s East coast. Published August 2013.

 

The Common Ridings, by Jeremy Sutton-Hibbert, published by Cafe Royal Books. A 24 page ‘zine book, with 14 images of the Common Riding festivals of the Scottish Borders, all shot in black and white, in 2000. Printed in an edition of 150.

SOLD OUT via Cafe Royal Books, but possibly a few copies left at Impressions Gallery, Bradford, or Street Level Photoworks, Glasgow.

 

DOC002 – ‘Seeing Ourselves’ Document Scotland’s second newspaper, published to coinicide with the ‘Seeing Ourselves’ exhibition of contemporary Scottish documentary photography at FOTOSPACE gallery in Fife, in summmer 2013. The 24pages newspaper contains work by 10 photographers currently working in Scotland, as well as an editorial essay. Published June 2013.

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DOC001 – Document Scotland‘s 1st newspaper, 16 pages featuring four photo essays by Document Scotland, and one written essay by journalist and author Allan Brown. Photo-essays featured are Sophie Gerrard’s ‘Dunes’, Stephen McLaren’s ‘Snaw’, Colin McPherson’s ‘Catching The Tide’, and Jeremy Sutton-Hibbert’s ‘Life in The 3rd.’ Published January 2013.

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***PRINT EDITION IS NOW SOLD OUT VIA THIS ONLINE PAGE***  Whilst we have run out of print copies to sell, there are still possibly copies held and on sale at White Cloth Gallery, Leeds; Street Level Gallery, Glasgow; Good Press Gallery, Glasgow; Impressions Gallery, Bradford; Fruitmarket Gallery, Edinburgh.

 

‘The A41 Project’ by Colin McPherson. Visualising inequality along the A41 road, from the rich streets of London to the poorest areas of Birkenhead, these images were exhibited in The Public, in West Bromwich in early 2013. The 20 page newspaper also features an essay by Professor Richard Wilkinson, author of The Spirit Level, which looks at inequality within society.

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‘The Roma Portraits’ by Jeremy Sutton-Hibbert. A small 94 page ‘zine book consisting of 77 black and white portraits of Roma, and 3 spreads of contact sheets, photographed in Romania, in 1993-94. The images were shot as part of Jeremy’s long term multi-year project within one Roma camp, and the book is released to mark International Roma Day on April 8th 2013.

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‘E-Wasteland’ by Sophie Gerrard. A 68-page book documenting the growing problem of e-waste in India. 20 – 50 million tons of electronic waste, known as “e-waste” is generated annually worldwide. In Europe and the US, an old computer is thrown away, on average, every 2 years. India has become one of the world’s largest dumping grounds for e–waste.

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‘Protectors of Sight’ by Sophie Gerrard. A 24-page small format, perfect bound magazine, with photographs documenting the remarkable story of an eye hospital in rural Bihar, India, curing the sight of over 100 people per day. 80% of global blindness can be avoided or cured. In India, cataract blindness directly affects more than 5 million people.

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