Titles by Subject
Edited by Paul Condon, Foreword by Steven Moffat, Introduction by Robb Pearlman
The most groundbreaking and important must-see shows from the 1950s to today’s golden age of television. This latest addition to the best-selling and highly acclaimed 1001 series showcases the best programs produced for television from its inception to the bumper crop of great shows being produced in today’s era of original cable programming and digital streaming.
October 2015 | Hardcover | 960 pages | $36.95
Written by Andrea Cittadini
The Lopresto Collection represents a cross section of the history of automobiles, design, Italy, and its creativity. The most important collection in Italy and one of the most prestigious in the world.
October 2015 | Hardcover | 204 pages | $90.00
Text by Michael Cuscuna, Photographed by Francis Wolff
Black-and-white photographs oozing with cool immortalize the performances and offstage lives of more than 100 famed jazz musicians who forged Blue Note Records’ legendary reputation. Blue Note Records—cofounded in 1939 by Alfred Lion and Francis Wolff—is dedicated to recording the greatest musicians in jazz history. Wolff’s photographs taken from 1948–69 catch the stars in action: performing onstage, in recording sessions, or cutting stylish silhouettes around town. This curated selection includes jazz greats Louis Armstrong, Art Blakey,…
October 2015 | Hardcover | 288 pages | $49.95
Written by Francoise De Bonneville, Foreword by Marc Porthault
A visual tribute to the elegant world of heirloom household fabrics,
October 2015 | Hardcover | 208 pages | $24.98
Written by Megan Hess
Fashion is ever-changing, influenced by the key designers that capture a moment in history; and Coco Chanel is arguably the most significant influence on women’s fashion in the twentieth century. Coco’s World is a compilation of Megan Hess’ stunning illustrations of the 100 most quintessential moments through Chanel’s history, from Coco’s incredible life, to the impact of Karl Lagerfeld on the company and the incredible items that have become iconic of the brand – the little…
October 2015 | Hardcover | 208 pages | $24.95
Edited by Dawn Ades, Contribution by Ann Temkin, Marie Mauzé and Cynthia Albertson
The definitive volume on important, little-known Surrealist artist Enrico Donati—on the occasion of new research and never-before-published material. Enrico Donati first found acclaim when the master of Surrealism, André Breton, lauded him the savior of the movement in 1942. Donati went on to exhibit with major figures of the New York School, such as Rothko, de Kooning, and Pollock. Spanning well over half a century, his artistic career was extraordinarily rich, and he was associated with…
October 2015 | Hardcover | 336 pages | $95.00
Edited by Pekka Korvenmaa, Compiled by Kaisa Koivisto
A new volume from the project “Le Stanze del Vetro” dedicated to Finnish glass design. This richly illustrated volume features artworks from 1932 to 1973 in the Bruno Bischofberger Collection, bringing together 330 masterpieces in a celebration of the fascinating and timeless art of Finnish glass design.
October 2015 | Trade Paperback | 416 pages | $75.00
Text by Natalie Bell, Dan Nadel and Tony Oursler, Edited by Massimiliano Gioni and Gary Carrion-Murayari
A long-overdue survey of an essential West Coast artist whose humorous works delve into America’s underbelly and evolving counterculture. Over the past thirty years, Jim Shaw has become one of America’s most visionary artists, moving between painting, sculpture, and drawings, while building connections between his own psyche and the larger political, social, and spiritual history of America. Shaw’s imagery is mined from comic books, record covers, conspiracy magazines, obscure religious pamphlets, and other cultural refuse to…
October 2015 | Hardcover | 264 pages | $75.00
Written by Olafur Eliasson, Foreword by Bernard Arnault and Suzanne Page, Contribution by Irma Boom and Laurence Bosse
This striking catalog, designed by Irma Boom, showcases the spectacular work of world-renowned contemporary artist Olafur Eliasson. Contact, Olafur Eliasson’s inaugural exhibition at the Fondation Louis Vuitton in Paris, addresses the themes of light—or rather, darkness and shadows—space, and time in installations that create a visceral experience for the spectator. The book features critical essays, an interview between the artist and curators, and sketches and preparatory drawings. It showcases the artist’s works in full color on…
October 2015 | Trade Paperback | 200 pages | $80.00
Written by Francesca Pola
This volume celebrates the work of the Italian artist Paolo Scheggi during the 1960s: the seminal and crucial creative decade prior to his untimely death in 1971 at the age of thirty-one. A selection of his paintings, including some unpublished canvases from private collections, reaffirms the role played by Scheggi in the development of modern art in Italy.
October 2015 | Hardcover | 224 pages | $65.00