2009 Klaus Friedeberger: Recent Paintings, (with preface by Stephen Coppel), Gomer Press, 2009. ISBN 978 1 899095 28 5
2005 Kangchenjunga: Imaging a Himalayan Mountain, (with foreword by George Band), Gomer Press, 2005.
ISBN 1 899095 22 5.
2000 Terra Incognita: Images of Australia, Gomer Press, 2000. ISBN 1 899095 16
1999 Paintings of Ladakh (with essay by Marina Vaizey) School of Art Press, 1999.
ISBN 1899095 15
1995 Red Sands, Blue Gums: Images of the Australian Landscape, School of Art Press,
ISBN 1899095 063
Josef Herman RA (1911-2000): a centenary exhibition
Boundary Gallery, London, and School of Art Gallery, 20 June – 29 July 2011. 22 paintings and 48 works on paper to celebrate the centenary of Herman’s birth. Exhibition opened by David Herman, the artist’s son. Exhibition tour to Wales funded by the Sir David Hughes Parry Fund. Work purchased by the National Library of Wales.
Reviewed by Robin Turner for Western Mail (20 June 2011)
Klaus Friedeberger: Recent Work
School of Art Gallery, 19 October – 27 November 2009. 31 achromatic paintings and 12 works on paper produced by the artist since 1992. Exhibition opened by Stephen Coppel, Curator of Modern Collection, Department of Prints and Drawings, British Museum, on 24 October.
Kangchenjunga: Imaging a Himalayan Mountain
Alpine Club, & School of Art Gallery, June – September 2005. Project supported by AHRC grant, marking 50th anniversary of the first ascents of Kangchenjunga in May 2005.
Exhibition opened by Stephen Venables, President of the Alpine Club.
Sidney Nolan, a personal view
School of Art Gallery, February – March 2003. 24 paintings selected by Lady Nolan and staged in collaboration with the Sidney Nolan Trust, Presteigne.
Terra Incognita: Images of Australia
School of Art Gallery; The Sidney Nolan Trust, Presteigne; St. Donats Art Centre, Vale of Glamorgan; Clwyd Theatr Cymru, Mold, 2000-1. Exhibition tour funded by Arts Council of Wales Grant.