Carolina Wren Press is a non-profit organization based in North Carolina, USA, whose mission is to publish high-quality writing, especially by writers historically neglected by mainstream publishing, and to develop diverse and vital audiences through publishing, outreach, and educational programs. Grey Mare Press collaborated with Caroline Wren Press to publish The Book of Ystwyth on both sides of the Atlantic.
Lund Humphries has been a leading publisher of illustrated art books for over 60 years, with a particular reputation in the field of Modern British Art. The Lund Humphries list today encompasses books for art specialists, professionals and enthusiasts across the fine and applied arts and covering all periods. They publish a range of different types of art book, including artist monographs, illustrated surveys, art reference books and catalogues. Lund Humphries was lead publisher of our monograph Clive Hicks-Jenkins.
The National Library co-published our two books in collaboration with their 60th birthday retrospective exhibition of Clive Hicks-Jenkins in 2011. Established in 1907 and based in Aberystwyth, it is one of the major libraries in the world.
The Museum of Modern Art Machynlleth was established in 1986 and since then has made a major contribution to the appreciation of art in mid and north Wales. It now has a substantial collection and extensive gallery spaces and is an accredited museum. It originated the exhibition Romanticism in the Welsh Landscape in 2016.
Art Works of Abergavenny
Art Works is a leading provider of exhibitions and logistics services for museums and art galleries across the UK. It published Ffiniau: Four Painters in Raymond William’s Border Country in association with the National Eisteddfod of Wales in 2016.