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Hollywood Costume Catalogue
This landmark book celebrates, for the very first time, the costume designer's contribution to the telling of the cinematic story across a century of Hollywood.
Candice Breitz Catalogue
This catalogue includes essays from Trevor Smith and Emma McRae, a colourful collection of images and notes about the artworks included in the exhibition.
Game Masters Catalogue and eBook
Star Voyager: Exploring Space on Screen
A vibrant catalogue featuring profiles on game designers and essays on the history of videogames from the arcade era to indie game development. The eBook offers additional exclusive video interviews with key gaming artists.
With an introduction from the exhibition's curators, this catalogue contains essays from artists, poets and speakers commissioned by ACMI for the exhibition.
Julian Rosefeldt: American Night
A lavish exhibition catalogue including essays from the three original curators, reflecting on the artist Julian Rosefeldt and his 5-channel film installation American Night.
Shaun Gladwell: Stereo Sequence
Including poetry from Emily Ballou and essays by Adrian Martin and Rex Butler, the exhibition catalogue contains imagery of Gladwell's work and production notes for the suite of multi-screen works commissiond by ACMI.
Dreams Come True: The Art of Disney's Classic Fairy Tales
Featuring essays and extraordinary images from the Walt Disney Animation Research Library, the exhibition catalogue traces the classic fairy tales from their traditional roots onto the silver screen. Sold Out
Featuring over 70 pages of informative essays, glorious full-colour images and a chronology of Burton's career, this publication is the perfect complement to your exhibition experience. Sold Out
Dennis Hopper & the New Hollywood
Bringing to light the relationship between Hopper's artwork and his cinematographic career, this full colour publication features over 180 pages of images, informative essays, and a chronology of Dennis Hopper's life.
Featuring essays, full colour photos, illustrations and many works never before exhibited, this special publication examines the technical processes and conceptual threads that run through Len Lye's work.Sold Out
Setting the Scene
With essays, full colour photos and rare diagrams and illustrations from film production, the Setting the Scene catalogue provides a fascinating insight into how film designers shape cinematic worlds. Sold Out
Featuring the original essay by exhibition co-curator Alain Bergala, full-colour images and biographies of both artists, a valuable companion to any study of the works of Abbas Kiarostami and Víctor Erice.
Lavishly illustrated and featuring over a dozen essays, the Game On catalogue is a must-have for any videogames enthusiast. Sold Out
Five important essays and an interview by Michael Snow bring new light to Marclay's work as a performer, musician, visual artist, and filmmaker.
Pixar: 20 Years of Animation
Pixar: 20 Years of Animationis a window into the remarkable process through which Pixar's talented artists create their stories. Sold Out
Collection New Media Installations: La Collection du Centre Pompidou
Details the multimedia installations acquired by the Centre Pompidou, featuring over 300 illustrations and essays that examine new media.
Eyes, Lies & Illusions
This landmark catalogue features over 200 pages of colour images and essays by the novelist and cultural historian Marina Warner and leading writer of the 'pre-history' of cinema, Laurent Mannoni.
TV50 Exhibition Catalogue
Lavishly illustrated and brashly designed, the TV50 exhibition catalogue is a fascinating A-Z guide to fifty years of television in Australia.
2006 Contemporary Commonwealth Exhibition Catalogue
This full colour catalogue provides a comprehensive survey of the art, artists and nations featured in the 2006 Contemporary Commonwealth exhibition at ACMI and the NGV. Sold Out
The moving image and abstraction are two of the most revolutionary creative achievments of the modern age. White Noise explores their history and their ongoing dialogue through works by leading digital media artists.
Proof: the Act of Seeing with One's Own Eyes
Proof questioned how the moving image constructs and deconstructs truth and the way we negotiate reality and form consensus. Features critical essays and detailed information about all the exhibitions featured works.
2004 Australian Culture Now Exhibition Catalogue
ACMI and the NGV joined forces to present a landmark national survey of the work at the edge of current artistic practice. This exhibition catalogue showcases new work by leading and emerging Australian artists.
Remembrance + the Moving Image
The first in the ACMI Collections series of publications, this is more than a traditional catalogue - it is a tribute to the treasures of the ACMI Collection.
Other ACMI Titles
Short Site: Recent Australian Short Film
A compilation of ten published screenplays of exemplary Australian short films alongside interviews with the filmmakers and a personal and passionate essay by contributing authors. Sold Out
Pandora's Box: Essays in Film Theory
Barbara Creed examines the nature and impact of leading film theories from the 1970s to the present in an essential reader for teachers, students and academics in film, media, cultural studies and gender studies.
'So am I sparkling? Am I gorgeous? Am I too hot to handle? I feel like 12,000 people are flirting with me' (Leslie Cheung, 1997). A tribute to Hong Kong movie star and pop icon, the late Leslie Cheung.
Lounge Critic: the Couch Theorist's Companion
This collection of illustrated essays contains incisive couch potato commentaries by leading academics, arts writers and emerging cultural critics, and is an essential companion to your couch experience.
Impossible Nature: the Art of Jon McCormack
Featuring essays by Jon McCormack, Annemarie Jonson, Jon Bird and Alan Dorin, illustrated with documentation of the artist's works and accompanied by a DVD, this publication is sure to become a collector's item.
I Thought I Knew But I Was Wrong
An exploration of the impact of Australian video art. Disparate in subject matter and style, it is a snapshot of Australian visual culture - from slick to lo-fi, luxurious to raw, and the comic to the confessional. Sold Out
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