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Andrei Sharov

Andrei Sharov

Text by Charles A. Riley, II, Simon Hewitt, John Cauman and Lilly Wei

The first volume dedicated to the complete works of Russian artist Andrei Sharov. Andrei Sharov is a multidisciplinary artist of international repute—enthralled by theatre and dance—and is a celebrated designer of costumes and stage sets. He is also a painter of note.

January 2017 | Hardcover | 144 pages | $50.00

Drawings for Paintings in the Age of Rembrandt

Drawings for Paintings in the Age of Rembrandt

Edited by Arthur K. Wheelock, Jr., Ger Luijten and Peter Schatborn

The catalog for the international loan exhibition: Drawings for Paintings in the Age of Rembrandt captures the different ways in which artists used preliminary or construction drawings when composing and refining their paintings. Seventeenth-century Dutch artists made many types of preliminary drawings, including broad compositional sketches, drawings of the landscape in their sketchbooks, counterproofs, construction drawings, and individual figural studies. Artists also indicated compositional ideas on their canvases and panels using underdrawings that are revealed through…

January 2017 | Hardcover | 332 pages | $65.00

The Art of the Interior

The Art of the Interior

Written by Barbara Stoeltie, Foreword by John F. Saladino, Photographed by René Stoeltie

This lavishly illustrated volume is a tribute to the designers who have made a lasting contribution to the history of interior design around the world, elevating the interior to an art form.
 
John Saladino and Jacques Garcia are renowned contemporary designers; the clean lines and light-filled interiors of the former contrast with the luxurious, richly colored spaces created by the latter. But who were the leading designers in the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries, and which…

February 2017 | Hardcover | 352 pages | $19.98

Breakfast Bowls

Breakfast Bowls

Written by Caroline Griffiths

Kick-start your mornings with a delicious and nutritious breakfast bowl.
 
We all tend to get stuck in the pattern of eating the same breakfast every day—or skipping it altogether. For many, breakfast means a bowl of (often unhealthy) shop-bought cereal or toast. But it doesn’t need to be this way. Kick-start your day with one of fifty-two healthful, wholesome breakfast bowls—a new one for every week of the year. Breakfast Bowls will inspire you to…

February 2017 | Trade Paperback | 128 pages | $19.95

From Marie-Antoinette's Garden

From Marie-Antoinette’s Garden

Written by Elisabeth De Feydeau, Edited by Alain Baraton, Foreword by Catherine Pegard

A horticultural tour of Marie-Antoinette’s domain, the lavishly constructed gardens at Versailles, accompanied by eighteenth-century archival illustrations.
 
Plants, flowers, and trees were Marie-Antoinette’s passion; she transformed the Petit Trianon’s gardens into an enchanted escape from the oppressive shackles of Versailles. Based on archival documents, this book meanders through Marie-Antoinette’s estate as the queen herself would have walked it: traversing hyacinths, buttercups, and anemones in the French Gardens, via winding paths in the Anglo-Chinese Gardens, through…

February 2017 | Hardcover | 240 pages | $17.98

Line into Color, Color into Line

Line into Color, Color into Line

Preface by John Elderfield, Contribution by Francine Prose and Carol Armstrong

This striking new book features 18 paintings by the renowned American abstract painter Helen Frankenthaler.
 
Showcasing eighteen of Frankenthaler’s paintings, dating from 1962 to 1987, this beautiful book highlights the diverse relationship between drawing and painting evident in the artist’s work. The book includes color plates of all 18 works, as well as nine double-page spread details. Never-before-published documentary material appears throughout new and insightful texts by John Elderfield, Francine Prose, and Carol Armstrong. This…

February 2017 | Hardcover | 120 pages | $80.00

Princess Pamela's Soul Food Cookbook

Princess Pamela’s Soul Food Cookbook

Written by Pamela Strobel, Introduction by Matt Lee and Ted Lee

A new edition gives due to this long-lost classic that helped define soul food.
 
Princess Pamela ruled a small realm, but her powers ranged far and wide. Her speakeasy-style restaurant in Manhattan was for three decades a hip salon, with regulars from Andy Warhol to Diana Ross. Her iconic Southern dishes influenced chefs nationwide, and her cookbook became a bible for a generation who yearned for the home cooking left behind in the Great Migration….

February 2017 | Hardcover | 240 pages | $30.00

Should I Buy This Book?

Should I Buy This Book?

Written by Tobias Anthony

Stop before making another terrible decision again! Let this book put you on the right path.
 
Should you add your mom as a friend on Facebook? How about getting that face tattoo? Is it the right time to quit your job? You’re at a child’s birthday party— is it wise to keep drinking? It’s late at night—are you thinking about texting an ex? Maybe you want to launch your Tinder profile? Before doing anything, think…

February 2017 | Trade Paperback | 112 pages | $12.95

Talk About Street Art

Talk About Street Art

Written by Jerome Catz, Series edited by Elisabeth Couturier

From the OBEY Giant posters to Banksy’s stencils and from iconic bubble letter tags to mosaic space invaders, street art is omnipresent.
 
This book covers all aspects of an art form that is often underappreciated, ephemeral, and illegal. Street art is found on every continent, and the book gives focus to each country and its own modes of expression and specificities.

February 2017 | Trade Paperback | 256 pages | $9.98

Angel Otero

Angel Otero

Edited by Valerie Cassel Oliver

Angel Otero’s practice is process-driven. Whether made on canvas or with porcelain and steel, Otero’s creations mine the fissures of art-historical canons, as well as the personal histories that they evoke.
 
Angel Otero’s works, while abstract, are embedded with deeply personal narratives. While the artist rejects the literal nature of narrative, it is explicit in the work, particularly in his early figurative paintings and his more recent bodies of “transfer paintings,” created using coal dust and…

February 2017 | Hardcover | 176 pages | $40.00

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