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No Day Shall Erase You

No Day Shall Erase You

Written by Alice M. Greenwald, Foreword by Michael R. Bloomberg

Published to coincide with the fifteenth anniversary of 9/11, this book emphasizes the highlights of the museum’s interpretation of this somber day. This book is the definitive, official companion volume to the National September 11 Memorial & Museum. It provides visitors with a lasting record of their experience at the museum, and tells the story of September 11 through essays on and photographs of the installations and thoughtfully curated artifacts that serve as touchstones to the…

August 2016 | Hardcover | 226 pages | $45.00

No Day Shall Erase You

No Day Shall Erase You

Written by Alice M. Greenwald, Foreword by Michael R. Bloomberg

Published to coincide with the fifteenth anniversary of 9/11, this book emphasizes the highlights of the museum’s interpretation of this somber day. This book is the definitive, official companion volume to the National September 11 Memorial & Museum. It provides visitors with a lasting record of their experience at the museum, and tells the story of September 11 through essays on and photographs of the installations and thoughtfully curated artifacts that serve as touchstones to the…

August 2016 | Trade Paperback | 226 pages | $24.95

Reporting from the Front

Reporting from the Front

Written by Alejandro Aravena

The official catalog of the 15th Venice Biennale Architecture Exhibition. More and more people on the planet are looking for a decent place to live, even though the chances to find one are becoming tougher and tougher by the hour. Nevertheless, on the frontlines of the built environment there lingers a sense of vitality that brings architecture to look at reality in a positive way. This is what people will see at the 15th International Architecture…

August 2016 | Trade Paperback | 730 pages | $90.00

Rodin

Rodin

Written by Raphaël Masson and Veronique Mattiussi, Foreword by Jacques Vilain, Translated by Deke Dusinberre

This definitive monograph from the Musée Rodin in Paris on the pioneering artist who paved the way for modern sculpture is now available in an affordable compact format. Revered today as the greatest sculptor of all time, whose expressive style prefigured that of the modernist movement and abstract sculpture, Auguste Rodin (1840–1917) stirred up much controversy during his lifetime, and his sculptures often met with hostility and incomprehension from his peers. This monograph traces the life…

August 2016 | Hardcover | 248 pages | $29.95

The World as 100 People

The World as 100 People

Illustrated by Aileen Lord

Fascinating facts about the 7 billion people that inhabit our planet. What would the world look like if the 7 billion people on this planet were presented as 100 individuals? This beautifully illustrated and informative infographics book reexamines the world’s population with fascinating and often sobering results. Covering diverse subjects such as demography, education, technology, and health, The World as 100 People reveals that 61 people are Asian, 15 are African, 10 come from Europe, and…

August 2016 | Hardcover | 80 pages | $12.95

The Art of the Cheese Plate

The Art of the Cheese Plate

Written by Tia Keenan, Photographed by Noah Fecks

Master delicious, sophisticated entertaining with acclaimed chef-fromager Tia Keenan’s foolproof pairings and quick recipes for elegant cheese plates and inspired accompaniments. A perfect gift for any host or cheese lover, The Art of the Cheese Plate offers clear directions and expert tips for perfect cheese plates and creative condiments. Composed plates showcase great European and American cheeses and bespoke accompaniments for every occasion. Full provenance information and tasting notes enable the reader to find or substitute…

September 2016 | Hardcover | 192 pages | $35.00

Bernard Boutet de Monvel

Bernard Boutet de Monvel

Written by Stéphane Jacques Addade

Discover the work and life of artist Bernard Boutet de Monvel, a groundbreaking painter of the café society who was highly influential to the Art Deco movement. Bernard Boutet de Monvel (1881-1949), painter of sportsmen and dandies, was also an interior designer and iconic illustrator of masculine elegance for publications including Harper’s Bazaar. As early as 1909, he heralded the Art Deco style and became the favored portraitist of the American café society. Prominent international millionaires—W….

September 2016 | Hardcover | 364 pages | $135.00

Brigitte March Niedermair

Brigitte March Niedermair

Edited by Gianfranco Maraniello

An intimate look at the paintings of Giorgio Morandi, as seen through the revelatory photographs of Brigitte Niedermair. This gorgeous volume follows a major exhibition at MAMBO in Bologna, Italy, in which artist Brigitte Niedermair explores the concept of “horizon” through photographic explorations. Divided into two parts, the first series of photographs titled “transition_Giorgio Morandi” reflects on the subtlety of Morandi’s paintings and objects in the artist’s studio, in an attempt to understand the tensions, emotions,…

September 2016 | Hardcover | 128 pages | $40.00

Cats: An Illustrated Miscellany

Cats: An Illustrated Miscellany

Written by Frédéric Vitoux

The cat’s meow of a tribute to all aspects of the feline form. This handsome gift volume brings together a miscellany of anecdotes, facts, quotable quotes, and interesting stories that celebrate the beloved cat in all its guises. From the first apparitions of cats in Egyptian art and decoration to the story of Hemingway, who frequently left his house cat to babysit the writer’s son Bumby, and from the beloved cartoon characters Felix the Cat, Sylvester,…

September 2016 | Hardcover | 256 pages | $12.98

Chanel

Chanel

Written by Isabelle Fiemeyer

This new biography offers unprecedented insight into Coco Chanel’s complex and enigmatic life and features previously unpublished information and images. Coco Chanel continues to beguile more than four decades after her death; her life and work are a source of enduring fascination. Chanel expert Isabelle Fiemeyer unveils the mysteries that have surrounded the private and public figure by piecing together new research with accounts from Chanel’s intimate friends and relatives, artists, writers, photographers, directors, actors, scholars,…

September 2016 | Hardcover | 208 pages | $45.00

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