We have an exclusive range of art-related publications and locally published books.
The official catalogue for 'Boundless: Printmaking (further) beyond the frame'
An anthology to celebrate Campbell Smith's honorary doctorate from the University of Waikato.
Dame Rangimarie Hetet and Diggeress Te Kanawa
This limited-edition book features 152 pages of beautiful images from the exhibition of the same name.
The ideal coffee table book including over one hundred historic photos, key facts and local memories.
Hamilton East Rotary Club
The story of Hamiltons across five continents.
Ron Sang Publishing
The definitive book on Ralph Hotere with essays by Kriselle Baker and Vincent O'Sullivan.
Showcasing Raglan through pictures.
A beautiful collection of artist Peter Gossage's beloved Maori myths, in one stunning volume.
Melis Van der Sluis
Explore the life and works of this Dutch ceramic artist.
An introduction to stringed keyboard instruments for performance students and music makers.
Theatre of the Impossible Trust (TOTI)
This book tells so much more than the story of one remarkable man. Horace Moore-Jones led a dramatic life, as this new book from Margaret Evans and the TOTI Charitable Trust reveals.
A landmark publication, Tangata Whenua portrays the sweep of Maori history from Pacific origins to the twenty-first century.
This special publication, released to celebrate Waikato Museum's 30th Anniversary in 2017, looks back at the genesis of the modern museum and the people and conditions that have shaped its journey.
Exhibition catalogue for Cold Islanders: Art on the Pacific Spectrum.
A monumental new account of the defining conflict in New Zealand history by Vincent O'Malley.
Artisans of Florence
This official catalogue of the Archimedes exhibition takes you closer to the ‘Father of Modern Science’, his legacy and inventions.
'Vivid' is a rare, career-spanning survey of New Zealand artist Paul Hartigan
This book explores the history of one of Hamilton's oldest and biggest institutions - Waikato Hospital.
'Waikato Troopers' records the history of cavalry and mounted rifles in the Waikato from 1860 through to the present day.