Titles by Subject
Written by Germano Celant, Contribution by Antonella Soldaini and Veronica Locatelli
Divided into four volumes, the catalogue raisonné dedicated to Mimmo Rotella’s oeuvre looks at the career, spanning almost sixty years, of one of the great interpreters of Italian and international contemporary art. This first volume of the catalogue raisonné focuses on the period from 1944 to 1961.
January 2017 | Hardcover | 756 pages | $300.00
Edited by Demetrio Paparoni, Contribution by Tone Lyngstad Nyaas and Tone Lyngstadd Nias
The first official monograph dedicated to Morten Viskum, one of the most controversial contemporary artists in Norway. This volume collects the controversial artist’s work in which he uses unconventional tools—including medical equipment, dead animals, cancer cells, and a deceased man’s hand—to challenge the relationship between science and ethics, and what art can morally embrace. He became internationally known in 1995, when he conducted his “Rat/olive project.” In the course of two days, he replaced the content of…
January 2017 | Hardcover | 384 pages | $70.00
Edited by David Rosenberg
A complete monograph on the post–World War II multimedia artist reminiscent of the three- dimensional spatialism of the Italian avant-garde. Best known for his complex draperies on irregular-shaped canvases, Umberto Mariani explores illusions of light and shadow created within the folds of fabric in his work.
January 2017 | Hardcover | 144 pages | $45.00
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
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
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.
February 2017 | Hardcover | 352 pages | $19.98
Written by Caroline Griffiths
Kick-start your mornings with a delicious and nutritious breakfast bowl.
February 2017 | Trade Paperback | 128 pages | $19.95
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.
February 2017 | Hardcover | 240 pages | $17.98
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.
February 2017 | Hardcover | 120 pages | $80.00
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.
February 2017 | Hardcover | 240 pages | $30.00