SFU Gallery has been publishing books and brochures related to its activity since the 1970s.

In recent years SFU Galleries launched a Critical Reader Series.

Curator: Amy Kazymerchryk Copy editing: Bryne Mc Laughlin Design: Derek Barnett, Information Office Printer: Die Keure, Brugge, Belgium Alex Morrison: Phantoms of a Utopian Will / Like Most Follies, More Than a Joke and More Than a Whim Date: 2015 Price: Publishers: SFU Galleries and Burnaby Art Gallery Size: 5 1/2" x 8 1/2" Length: 52 pp Softcover, perfect-bound, colour Alex Morrison: Phantoms of a Utopian Will / Like Most Follies, More Than a Joke and More Than a Whim is published by SFU Galleries and Burnaby Art Gallery.

The exhibition was held at SFU Gallery from September 8 to October 20, 2012.

It includes written contributions by artist Julie Andreyev, poet Peter Culley and Bill Jeffries.

Morrison’s concurrent exhibitions at SFU Gallery and Burnaby Art Gallery looked to the aesthetics of political protest and counterculture, and the processes by which radical impulses are subsumed within commodities and cultural consumption.

In his selections from the two gallery’s collections, alongside his own work, notions of authenticity are challenged, particularly when the “authentic” is absorbed into the mainstream.

Managing Editor: Sachiko Murakami Contributing Editors: Clint Burnham, Erin Moure, Lisa Robertson Design: Jan Westendorp Robert Young: Lacunarian Picturing Edited by Bill Jeffries Date: 2011 Price: $20 Publisher: The Evergreen Cultural Centre and SFU Gallery Size: 8” x 10 ½” Length: 48 pp Softcover, perfect-bound, colour This book was published on the occasion of the exhibition Robert Young: Lacunarian Picturing held simultaneously at the Evergreen Cultural Centre (ECC) and SFU Gallery from June 18 to August 5, 2011 (SFU) and until September 3, 2011 (ECC).

It includes written contributions by curators Astrid Heyerdahl and Bill Jeffries.

Liz Magor: The Mouth and other storage facilities Edited by Sara Krajewski and Bill Jeffries Date: 2008 Price: Publishers: Henry Art Gallery and SFU Gallery Size: 8” x 10” Length: 64 pp Softcover, perfect-bound, colour Liz Magor: the Mouth and other storage facilities was published in conjunction with the exhibition held at Henry Art Gallery from September 13 through to December 14, 2008 and at SFU Gallery from January 10 until February 21, 2009.

It includes contributions from curators Sara Krajewski and Bill Jeffries who both elaborate on the exhibition.

About Academia (Case Study: Simon Fraser University, Vancouver BC) was realized in partnership with Line magazine and the Audain Gallery and extends from a larger project first produced in 2011.

This project investigates the complicated, often contradictory relationship between the production of knowledge and economic power, specifically as it concerns the structure and function of the university.

Curator: Bill Jeffries Design: Lynn Fleming and Gabriel Stromberg Printing: Hemlock Printers Ltd.