Publications and Catalogues

  • Millar, L. (2013) Cloth and Memory {2}, Salts Estates Ltd, Saltaire. 120 page colour publication includes introductory essay by Lesley Millar and self-authored artist statement. ISBN 9780951695074. www.clothandmemory.com
  • Concordance (2013) Whitworth Art Gallery. Includes essay by Dr Antoinette McKane, Post-Doctoral Teaching Fellow, Museum and Heritage Studies, Liverpool Hope University.
  • Millar, L. (2011) Bite-size: miniature textiles from Japan and the UK. University for the Creative Arts, Farnham, UK. ISBN 9780956416094
  • Millar, L. (2008) Cloth & culture now University College for the Creative Arts, Farnham, UK. ISBN 9780955116629.180 page colour publication includes catalogue essays by Astrida Berzina, Keiko Fujimoto, Jennifer Harris, Kai Lobjakas, Lesley Millar, Leena Svinhufvud, Virginija Vitkiene. Also includes edited extracts from an interview with Lesley Millar and Maxine Bristow. www.transitionandinfluence.com
  • Unbound (2007), Turnpike Gallery. Pamphlet catalogue including images and text on each of the four contributing artists
  • Business as Usual, (2007) Angel Row Gallery. Exhibition pamphlet including texts by Deborah Dean and Adam Caruso.
  • Negotiated Positions, (2007) catalogue to accompany ‘Repeat Repeat’ Conference, University of Chester, 19th, 20th April 2007, ISBN 978-1-905929-21-4
  • Sensual Austerity (2006). The Hub: National Centre for Craft and Design and Bolton Museum and Art Gallery. ISBN 0-9548015-2-0. Essays include ‘Articulate Silence’ by Elisa Oliver and Clothing the Grid: Alterations and Alternations’ by Victoria Mitchell.
  • Revealed (2005) Nottingham Museum and Art Gallery. ISBN 0 905634 72Forward by Kate Stoddard, Introductory essay by Dr Jennifer Harris. Essay on works in the collection (Doing Without: Sustaining 7 Square Metres, 2003, and Pockets/Ventillation Grill, 2004) by Maxine Bristow and Lesley Millar respectively.
  • Hands Across the Border (2004) Ruthin Craft Centre. ISBN 1 900941 77 5. Introduction by Philip Hughes, essays by Amanda Fielding and Judy Dames.
  • Through the Surface Collaborating Textile Artists from Britain and Japan. (2004) The Surrey Institute of Art and Design. ISBN 0-9546285-2-7. Introductions by Ian Dumelow and Takeo Uchiyama; foreword Professor Marie Conte-Helm; essays by Lesley Millar, Keiko Kawashima, Jay Merrick, Gerry Diebel, and the 14 project artists.
  • Jerwood Applied Arts Prize 2002: Textiles. Crafts Council, London, 2002ISBN 1-903713-07-2. Essay by Lesley Millar.
  • The Gaps Between, International Textile Biannual (2003) Ormeau Baths Gallery, Belfast, Essay by David Brett.
  • The 10th International Triennial of Tapestry. (2001) Museum of Textiles, Lodz, Poland. ISBN 83-913224-0-8.Introduction by Norbert Zawiskza, essay by Irena Huml.
  • Textures of Memory: The Poetics of Cloth (1999) Angel Row Gallery, Nottingham. ISBN 0 905 634 39X. Essays by Pamela Johnson and Pennina Barnett. 
  • (Un) Limited. Repetition and Change in International Contemporary Craft (1999) Crafts Council, London. ISBN 1 870145 85 2.Foreword by Dr Louise Taylor, introduction by Emmanuel Cooper, and essay by John Tozer.
  • The 6th International Textile Competition ’99 - Kyoto. (1999) Museum of Kyoto, Japan.
  • Natural Resources (1998) Ruthin Crafts Centre, ISBN 1 9000 941 14 7.
  • Knot as They Seam: Puns and Permutations in Fibre Arts (1998) Maryland Art Place, Baltimore, USA.
  • Catalogue to accompany solo exhibition (1997) Southern Arts Touring. ISBN 1 873451 31 8. Essay by John Gillet
  • British Art Textiles (1996) Bury St. Edmunds Art Gallery. ISBN 0 9528639 0 1. Foreword by Barbara Taylor, essays by Linda Theophilus and Judith Ellen Duffey (Harding)
  • Flexible 2 Pan European Art. Nederlands (1996) Textielmuseum, Tilburg, ISBN 90-70962-27-6.