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12/10/2010 02:19 pm ET Updated Dec 06, 2017

Give Good Art: Picks From the Serpentine Gallery

Just in time for the holiday season, ForYourArt is asking some of our favorite places to give us a few suggestions for great gifts. Below are selections from the Serpentine Gallery, £25.99-£700:

Anish Kapoor: Turning the World Upside Down


Serpentine Gallery exhibition catalogue
The first monograph focusing on the mirrored or reflective stainless-steel sculptures within Kapoor's oeuvre, this catalogue includes stunning installation images of the sculptures presented in Kensington Gardens (28 September 2010-13 March 2011). An interview with the artist by Julia Peyton-Jones and Hans Ulrich Obrist accompanies essays by Darian Leader and Marcus du Sautoy. Published by Koenig Books.
£29.95

Philippe Parreno: Films 1987-2010


This fully illustrated monograph focuses on Parreno's extensive work in film from his emergence as a major artist in the 1990s to the present day, and features essays by Michael Fried, Nicolas Bourriaud and Dorothea von Hantelmann touching on themes including cinema, authenticity and the everyday. The book is produced in conjunction with a major exhibition at the Serpentine Gallery (25 November - 13 February) presenting a sequence of Parreno's most recent films, including the premiere of InvisibleBoy, 2010.
£25.99

Limited Edition Print Portfolio: Collection II


This portfolio includes prints created exclusively for the Gallery by Marina Abramovic, Luke Fowler and Cerith Wyn Evans.
£400

Nairy Baghramian: Türstopper (Door Stopper)


Spaces such as corners, doorways and backstage areas have always interested Artist Nairy Baghramian and they have been both the location and theme of her work. Baghramian has made a series of 30 unique works based on door stoppers exclusively for the Serpentine.
£700

Kazuyo Sejima and Ryue Nishizawa, SANAA: Limited Edition Print


This special Limited Edition set of four prints are based on the stylised computer drawings of Sejima and Nishizawa's design for the Serpentine Gallery Pavilion 2009. The playful images reveal the distinctive shape of the structure, which the architects describe as 'floating aluminium, drifting freely between the trees like smoke'.
£65.22 per print, or £173.91 for set of 4 prints