Titles by Subject
Written by Terence Pepper and Helen Trompeteler
A rich collection of iconic and rare portraits of one of the world’s most photographed women, international film legend Audrey Hepburn. During her lifetime, Belgian-born British actress Audrey Hepburn (1929–1993), star of such films as Roman Holiday, Sabrina, Funny Face, Breakfast at Tiffany’s, My Fair Lady, Charade, and Two for the Road, was recognized around the world. Two decades after her death, Hepburn remains one of the most celebrated actresses of all time, inspiring new generations of…
September 2015 | Hardcover | 192 pages | $40.00
Written by Carlo Petrini, Translated by John Irving
Inspiring the global fight to revolutionize the way food is grown, distributed, and eaten. In the almost thirty years since Carlo Petrini began the Slow Food organization, he has been constantly engaged in the fight for food justice. Beginning first in his native Italy and then expanding all over the world, the movement has created a powerful force for change.
September 2015 | Hardcover | 240 pages | $24.95
Edited by Carmella Padilla and Barbara Anderson
The captivating story of the pursuit of the most powerful color. A global symbol of power, wealth, mystery, and sexuality, red has seduced viewers and inspired artists for millennia. Painters and other artists engaged in a quest for the source of the perfect red that conveyed the luxury, spirit, and substance of living. In the 1520s, Spanish explorers found it in the grand Aztec markets—in a dye derived from the cochineal insect. The ensuing global spread of American…
September 2015 | Hardcover | 320 pages | $60.00
Contribution by Jean-Christophe Babin, Fabrizio Ferri, Carolyn Miles and Claudio Tesauro, Photographed by Fabrizio Ferri
An exquisite collection of celebrity portraits showcasing Bulgari’s commitment to Save the Children. In 2009, Bulgari entered into a partnership with Save the Children, and its contribution to the charity has now reached $35 million. United in solidarity to improve the lives of some of the world’s most vulnerable and deprived children, Bulgari and Save the Children are joined by dozens of the most celebrated figures from the worlds of entertainment, sports, and music in Stop…
September 2015 | Hardcover | 176 pages | $65.00
Edited by Anne M. Wolfe, Contribution by Kevin Starr, PhD, Ann M. Wolfe, Marvin Cohodas, PhD and Alfred C. Harrison, Jr.
The definitive survey of art about this national treasure, from Albert Bierstadt to Ansel Adams. Located between California and Nevada, the vast body of water known as Lake Tahoe has lured artists to its shores for centuries. This lavishly illustrated, large-scale book celebrates Lake Tahoe, as well as Pyramid Lake, Donner Lake, and the surrounding Sierra Nevada region’s magnificent scenic beauty, through more than 350 paintings, photographs, buildings, and objects. This deluxe volume features lush landscape paintings by…
September 2015 | Hardcover | 468 pages | $85.00
Written by Juliet Sear, Photographed by Helen Cathcart
Whether it’s a birthday, wedding, or dinner party, there’s no better way to celebrate than with a slice of glorious cake. In Cakeology, Juliet shows home bakers how to take your cakes to the next level with her favorite and most impressive projects.
September 2015 | Hardcover | 240 pages | $29.95
Written by Alexandre de Vogüé, Jean-Charles de Vogüé and Ascanio de Vogüé, Photographed by Bruno Ehrs
An insider’s tour of the magnificent seventeenth-century castle and gardens, conceived by Le Vau, Le Brun, and Le Nôtre, that inspired the great châteaux of Europe. Vaux le Vicomte’s rich history began in 1641, when infamous finance minister Nicolas Fouquet bought the estate and enlisted architect Louis Le Vau, decorator Charles Le Brun, and garden designer André Le Nôtre to transform it into a lavish residence. His extravagance piqued Louis XIV’s jealousy, and he was thrown…
September 2015 | Hardcover | 192 pages | $34.95
Written by Gary Indiana
The long-awaited memoir from one of the most acclaimed radical writers in American literature. Described by the London Review of Books as one of “the most brilliant critics writing in America today,” Gary Indiana is a true radical whose caustic voice has by turns haunted and influenced the literary and artistic establishments.
September 2015 | Hardcover | 240 pages | $25.95
Text by Chris Wiley
This catalog serves as a fully illustrated look into the world of artists Jonas Wood and Shio Kusaka, published in conjunction with the artists’ debut exhibition at Gagosian Gallery, Hong Kong. Both Kusaka’s porcelain vessels and Wood’s drawn and painted interiors are depicted within this new book in vibrant color plates and photographs. Wood and Kusaka draw from each other’s work as painter and potter to probe the tensions between representation and expression, precision and chance,…
September 2015 | Hardcover | 220 pages | $50.00
Written by Suzanne Hudson, Contribution by Christopher Bedford, Catherine Lord, Siddhartha Mukherjee and Katy Siegel
Accompanying a major exhibition, this stunning survey and important monograph highlights more than two decades’ worth of Lisa Yuskavage’s brilliant and controversial paintings. Internationally acclaimed American painter Lisa Yuskavage is known for her seductive yet unsettling work, in which cartoony, vulgar, angelic young nymphs are cast within fantastical landscapes or theatrical interiors. In this dazzling monograph she presents the confrontational imagery, luscious paint, and technical virtuosity that are her signature, blurring the boundaries between high art’s…
September 2015 | Hardcover | 242 pages | $65.00