The Fruitmarket Gallery produces a range of resources supporting the exhibition that are available in the Gallery and online.
For all audiences
A variety of relevant publications is available for reference in the Gallery’s resource room. Currently, we have the following selection for
Emma Hart: Banger:
- L. Austin, How To Do Things With Words, Oxford University Press, Oxford, New York, 1975 (second edition).
- Iwona Blazwick, Emma Hart: Mamma Mia!, Whitechapel Gallery, London, 2017.
- Fiona Bradley (ed.), Emma Hart: A Long Hard Look, The Fruitmarket Gallery, Edinburgh, 2018.
- Emma Hart, How To Do Things With Cameras, PhD Thesis, Kingston University, London, 2013.
- Clare Lilley (ed.), Vitamin C: Clay and Ceramic in Contemporary Art, Phaidon, London, 2017.
- Kathy Noble, Emma Hart: Dirty Looks, File Note #80, Camden Arts Centre, London, 2013.
- Mara Selvini Palazzoli, Family Games: General Models of Psychotic Processes in the Family, Karnac Books, London, 1989.
- Timothy Wilson, Maiolica: Italian Renaissance Ceramics in the Ashmolean Museum, Ashmolean Handbooks, Oxford, 2003.ARTICLES
- Emilio Montevideo,, ‘Emma Hart: Mamma Mia!’, Mousse magazine, December 2017.
- ‘A Q&A with… Emma Hart, artist with an eye on the domestic’, a-n, July 2017.
- Hettie Judah, ‘Freudian slips: the secrets hidden inside Emma Hart’s ceramic art’, The Guardian, July 2017. https://www.theguardian.com/artanddesign/2017/jul/06/mamma-mia-emma-hart-ceramic-art
- Gabrielle Schwarz,, ‘Out of the kitchen and into the gallery’, Apollo Magazine, 21 Jul 2017.
- Emma Hart: Press, The Sunday Painter, 2017.
- Sally O’Reilly, text for TO DO, Matt’s Gallery, London, 2012.
An interview with the artist or curator of the current exhibition. Available to view in the Gallery’s resource room, or on our YouTube Channel. The film is available to buy on DVD in the Gallery bookshop.
For each exhibition, we produce a new publication, with especially commissioned texts from artists, curators and art historians. The catalogue is available in the Gallery bookshop, or via our online shop.
We have a full programme of events to accompany each exhibition, including tours, talks, panel discussions, workshops, music events, book groups, poetry events and film screenings.
For Teachers and Community leaders
All previous exhibition resources are in the Exhibition Archive