Entangled: Threads & Making is on show at Turner Contemporary from 28 January 2017 to 7 May 2017. The exhibition brings together over 40 international, women artists from several generations who explore a diverse range of materials and techniques.

Each artist has a story to tell and an extensive body of work to explore. This reading list with books suggested by curator, Karen Wright and Turner Contemporary’s Exhibition’s team is designed to equip you with extra knowledge, material and ideas to extend your curiosity beyond the exhibition.

Anni Albers; Caroline Achaintre; Ghada Amer; Paola Anziché; Hrafnhildur Arnardóttir / Shoplifter; Phyllida Barlow; Marion Baruch; Karla Black; Margrét H Blöndal; Regina Bogat; Louise Bourgeois; Geta Br?tescu; Sonia Delaunay; Sonia Gomes; Ximena Garrido-Lecca; Eva Hesse; Ann Cathrin November Høibo; Laura Ford; Mona Hatoum; Marianne Heske; Sheila Hicks; Susan Hiller; Maureen Hodge; Christiane Löhr; Kate MccGwire; Annette Messager; Rivane Neuenschwander; Lucy + Jorge Orta; Arna Óttarsdottir; Sidsel Paaske; Maria Papadimitriou; Anna Ray; Maria Roosen; Ursula von Rydingsvard; Hannah Ryggen; Betye Saar; Judith Scott; Samara Scott; Kiki Smith; Aiko Tezuka; Rosemarie Trockel; Tatiana Trouvé; Frances Upritchard and Joana Vasconcelos

Entangled: Threads & Making exhibition catalogue

The new publication accompanying Entangled: Threads & Making includes a bold selection of essays and interviews that explore many different themes and areas of research in relation to works, artists and ideas in the exhibition. The book includes words from Ann Coxon, Stina Högkvist, Siri Hustvedt, Kathryn Lloyd, Rosa Martínez, Marit Paasche, Frances Morris and Karen Wright. Beautifully designed, with over 100 colour images including photographs of artists working in their studios and key artworks, this is a must-have publication for anyone enthralled by or curious about the exhibition.