Patricia Macdonald with Angus Macdonald, Talbot Rice Gallery, University of Edinburgh / BCA Boukamel Gallery, London, 2001
Exhibition catalogue for ‘Airworks’ exhibition of new and recent aerial fine-art photography, Talbot Rice Gallery, University of Edinburgh (during Edinburgh International Festival), & BCA Boukamel Gallery, London, 2001; Patricia Macdonald in collaboration with Professor Angus Macdonald; Essay by Professor Duncan Macmillan, Curator, Talbot Rice Gallery.
|Once in Europa
John Berger & Patricia Macdonald with Angus Macdonald, Bloomsbury, London, 1999
A beautifully produced hardback edition of John Berger’s story, ‘Once in Europa’, with text by John Berger and specially commissioned photographs by Patricia Macdonald (aerial images made in collaboration with Angus Macdonald); choreographed / designed collaboratively by Patricia Macdonald, John Berger & Will Webb, Chief Designer, Bloomsbury; a related exhibition also exists, shown with Airworks.
|Views of Gaia: Images from exhibition to mark the UK Presidency of the European Council of Ministers
Patricia Macdonald with Angus Macdonald, British Council, London, 1992
The exhibition Views of Gaia was commissioned by the British Council, London, and the Arbeitsgemeinschaft deutscher Kunstvereine (AdKV) for the major European art event Kunst Europa (which produced its own large group catalogues where some of the work was reproduced); toured to the Charlemagne Building, European Parliament, Brussels, and to Beijing and elsewhere in China. Small portfolio publication.
|Order & Chaos: Views of Gaia: Photographs by Patricia Macdonald
Patricia Macdonald with Angus Macdonald, Stills Gallery, Edinburgh, 1990
Exhibition catalogue for eponymous solo show, with Introduction by Rebecca Coggins (Director of Stills Gallery), and Essays by Dr James Lawson of the University of Edinburgh and independent scientist James Lovelock, co-originator of the Gaia hypothesis.
|Shadow of Heaven
Patricia Macdonald with Angus Macdonald, Aurum, London / Rizzoli, New York
Monograph from eponymous solo show, which presents the landscape of Scotland as a microcosm of sequentially intensifying human influences on land; aerial imagery in collaboration with Professor Angus Macdonald; with keynote quotations dealing with land and culture by major poets; Endnotes and poetry selection by Patricia Macdonald; Introductory Essay by novelist & poet Dominic Cooper.
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