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Jim Lambie

Jim Lambie

Contribution by John Giorno, Suzanne Cotter, Daniel Baumann and Sophie Woodward

The first major monograph on Turner Prize–nominated Glasgow artist Jim Lambie.
 
This long-awaited volume surveys the career of Glasgow-based contemporary sculptor Jim Lambie. From his distinctive floor works, striped from wall to wall with vibrant electrical tape, to his paint-soaked mattresses, Lambie adroitly sculpts humor and pathos from the clutter of modern life. Working with items immediately at hand, as well as those sourced in secondhand and hardware stores, he resurrects record decks, speakers, clothing, accessories,…

August 2017 | Hardcover | 256 pages | $75.00

Alex Israel Bret Easton Ellis

Alex Israel Bret Easton Ellis

Written by Michael Tolkin, Contribution by Alex Israel, Bret Easton Ellis and Hans Ulrich Obrist

This provocative new book presents the collaborative paintings of Alex Israel and Bret Easton Ellis, among today’s sharpest observers of the culture of pleasure, their art inseparable from the world in which it finds expression.

Los Angeles is both background and subject in the respective oeuvres of Israel and Ellis. For Israel, the American dream, as embodied by the L.A. mythos, remains affecting and potent, and he approaches his hometown with an uncanny coupling of local…

September 2017 | Hardcover | 120 pages | $100.00

Birds of a Feather

Birds of a Feather

Written by Kory W. Rogers, Foreword by Thomas Denenberg, Text by Cynthia Byrd and Nancie Ravenel

A book that celebrates one of the most breathtaking and comprehensive collections of wildfowl decoys in America. Bird decoys were used for hunting in North America until the advent of hunting regulations in the early twentieth century, when decoys started to be prized and collected as masterpieces of American folk art. This handsome book is the first examination of the historic and unparalleled decoy collection at Shelburne Museum. Featuring new photography of 250 of the museum’s most…

September 2017 | Hardcover | 176 pages | $65.00

Cassina: This Will Be The Place

Cassina: This Will Be The Place

Written by Felix Burrichter and Cassina

Issued to mark the ninetieth anniversary of Cassina, one of the most progressive and prestigious furniture makers in the world, this pioneering monograph explores concepts of living through the creation of five unique, ideal interiors around the world curated by Felix Burrichter.
Lavishly illustrated, this book showcases the luxury brand furniture makers, one of the leading authorities on contemporary living style. This monograph is divided into two sections. The first part examines questions of evolving tastes…

September 2017 | Hardcover | 352 pages | $85.00

Chaumet

Chaumet

Written by Henri Loyrette, Photographed by Bruno Ehrs and Nils Herrmann

This ultimate reference on the legendary Parisian jeweler showcases Chaumet’s key creations from 1780 to the present, drawing on unpublished archival material and contemporary designs.
 
Quintessential Parisian jeweler Chaumet has shaped the face of elegance since 1780. This monograph covers all of the company’s innovative designs—from diamond tiaras to nature-inspired motifs to intricate timepieces—that vary from classic and timeless to opulent and avant garde.
 
Celebrating centuries of history—Chaumet’s founder was the official jeweler to…

September 2017 | Hardcover | 400 pages | $125.00

City Living

City Living

Written by Francesc Zamora Mola

In an extensive but accessible format, City Living presents small-scale contemporary urban residences that prove domesticity can be compact and beautiful as well as green and urban.
Urban areas across the globe are experiencing a renaissance, with once-neglected areas becoming increasingly popular for rediscovery and redevelopment. City Living looks at the movement toward ecologically minded compact houses through the lens of urban life.
This lavishly illustrated volume includes 600 full-color photographs and diagrams featuring an…

September 2017 | Trade Paperback | 420 pages | $35.00

Cooking with Craft Beer

Cooking with Craft Beer

Written by Stevan Paul and Torsten Goffin, Photographed by Daniela Haug

Get creative in the kitchen using your favorite brew. Barely a week goes by in which a small brewery is not founded somewhere across the world. Craft beer has become a phenomenon. Cooking with Craft Beer is an ode to this modern brewing culture and shows what and how to cook with beer—making the most of the flavor profiles of particular beer types, including pale ale, pilsner, and lager varieties—in a diverse range of accessible recipes.

September 2017 | Hardcover | 248 pages | $27.50

Ed Ruscha: Extremes and In-betweens

Ed Ruscha: Extremes and In-betweens

Written by Yve-Alain Bois and Ben Eastham

In this new book, Ed Ruscha distills the archetypal signs and symbols of the American vernacular into typographic and cinematic codes that are as accessible as they are profound.
These powerful works, all completed in 2016, are reproduced in this stunning new volume in beautiful color-saturated plates to which black and white installation photos, as well as studio shots, provide a striking contrast. New texts by art historian Yve-Alain Bois and art critic Ben Eastham…

September 2017 | Hardcover | 88 pages | $80.00

Emilio Scanavino

Emilio Scanavino

Written by Francesca Pola

The rediscovery of a protagonist of Italian art. The first international monograph about Emilio Scanavino after his death, this book focuses on the wide breadth of his creative output, which began immediately after World War II and continued until the 1980s.
He was one of the pioneers and protagonists of an innovative poetics of the “sign,” situating his practice between the Informel and Spazialismo movements and a new concept of the void.
Scanavino’s art is characterized by…

September 2017 | Hardcover | 208 pages | $45.00

Exhibiting the Postmodern

Exhibiting the Postmodern

Written by Léa-Catherine Szacka, Foreword by Adrian Forty

A remarkable investigation on the exhibitions that have shaped contemporary architecture.
The first Venice Biennale of Architecture in 1980 was one of those events whose later reputation far exceeds the amount of attention it attracted at the time. Although attended by a relatively modest number of people, the Biennale has come to be seen as a defining moment and a turning point in relation to the history of architectural postmodernism.
Routinely referred to, often with an…

September 2017 | Trade Paperback | 264 pages | $32.50

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