Discover a covetable range of design-led gifts at firstsite's shop, located at the front of the building. We stock a huge range of merchandise, from branded goods at pocket-money prices to designer jewellery and textiles. To order any of our products, contact our shop on 01206 577067 or email email@example.com
Published on the occasion of Anthea Hamilton's solo exhibition at firstsite, Sorry I'm Late is the first monographic book on the work of the British artist. This new 96-page publication has been designed by Hamilton in close collaboration with Firstsite and Kellenberger–White. It features over fifty colour illustrations, and includes an extended interview between the artist and firstsite's Senior Curator, Michelle Cotton and a commissioned essay by Catherine Wood, Curator of Contemporary Art & Performance at Tate Modern.
Published on the occasion of Steven Claydon’s solo exhibition, Culpable Earth is a 136-page book on the work of the British artist. The publication has been designed by Claydon in close collaboration with Secondary Modern. It features 260 colour and 45 black-and-white illustrations that track the artist’s work and source material. These include photography of his exhibition at firstsite along with documentation of previous exhibitions. In addition to previously unpublished transcripts and texts by Claydon, it includes an extended interview between the artist and Martin Clark, Artistic Director at Tate St Ives.
Camulodunum celebrated the opening of firstsite's new contemporary art space in Colchester. Taking its title from the town's original name when it was established as a Roman legionary fortress, the exhibition looked back to its rich heritage as the first city of Britain. The 88-page exhibition catalogue has been designed by A Practice of Everyday Life and features 58 colour and black-and-white illustrations. It includes new essays by art critic Louisa Buck. firstsite's Senior Curator, Michelle Cotton and Charlotte Higgins, chief arts writer of the Guardian.
A new publication documenting Bombyx Mori, a commission by Simon Periton, permanently installed in the trees of firstsite's D-shaped lawn, is available to buy at firstsite's shop, £10.
Former exhibiting artist Anthea Hamilton & artist Julie Verhoeven have created a limited-edition Fruity Apron, signed and numbered by the artists, that accompanied her show Sorry I'm Late, available for £49.
Limited-edition Moyen Áge prints, signed and numbered by Anthea Hamilton, £200 (£175 for members)
Limited-edition Steven Claydon prints, signed and numbered by the artist, edition of 40, £200 (£175 for members)
Limited-edition 12" Vinyl by Steven Claydon, signed and numbered by the artist, edition of 250. 1 in 2 & 8 (A Side) The trembling and the growing pale (B Side), £20
Artist Sarah Sabin has also been commissioned to create a special limited-edition artwork to commemorate the process of building firstsite’s new home. The artwork is exclusively available to buy in firstsite's shop now, £50.
firstsite exclusive tea towels:
Colchester Pageant tea towel, £4.95
Mark Titchner tea towel, £4.95
Moyen Âge tea towel, £7
To order any of our products, contact our shop on 01206 577 067 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Hammer Print Pin Badge, £2
Hammer Print Mugs, £11.70
Hammer Print Notebooks, £7.50 each
Hammer Print Toys Greeting Card Pack of 5, £4.95
Portobello Tea Towel, £7
Cowcumber Tea Towel, £7
Moyen Âge by Anthea Hamilton
Fruity Apron by Anthea Hamilton & Julie Verhoeven, £49
Mark Titchner Tea Towel, £4.95
Carl Andre Tea Towel, £4.95
Steven Claydon print, £200
Steven Claydon vinyl, £20
Colchester Pageant Tea Towel, £4.95
Sarah Sabin Artwork, £50