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Sharing Puglia

Sharing Puglia

Written by Luca Lorusso and Vivienne Polak

Sharing Puglia is a beautifully designed modern cookbook, full of spectacular on-location photography of the breathtaking Puglia region and featuring 80 authentic Pugliese recipes. Featuring the traditional recipes and stunning photography of the sun-kissed Puglia region, Sharing Puglia will transport you to the sapphire waters of the southern coast of Italy. With this collection of the quintessential culinary delights of Puglia designed for sharing and entertaining and that celebrate seasonal produce, you’ll be able to imagine…

April 2015 | Hardcover | 240 pages | $39.95

Snail Mail

Snail Mail

Written by Michelle Mackintosh

Snail Mail reintroduces the lost pleasure and art of personal correspondence, beautiful presentation, and manners to today’s world of instant communication. In a world of 140-character limits, Snapchats, text-speak, and internet trolls, are we losing the ability to really communicate with our loved ones Snail Mail aims to bring back handwritten communication—and more—in one beautifully illustrated and perfectly proper little package. Inspired by Japanese stationery and letter-writing culture, Michelle Mackintosh introduces the reader to the charm…

April 2015 | Trade Paperback | 224 pages | $19.95

Windsor Smith Homefront

Windsor Smith Homefront

Written by Windsor Smith, Foreword by Gwyneth Paltrow

Mixing glamour with modern practicality, interior designer Windsor Smith’s first book celebrates her elegant, comfortable style. Windsor Smith’s aesthetic was once described as “unbuttoned elegance, like a taffeta dress worn with bare feet.” In her first book, Smith—a traditionalist who likes to realize classic themes in a new way—shares her fresh vision for modern life. Each chapter reflects one of her unique philosophies for creating beautiful, livable spaces, expressed through the homes she designs. Themes include…

April 2015 | Hardcover | 256 pages | $50.00

Albert Oehlen

Albert Oehlen

Written by Daniel Baumann and Albert Oehlen, Contribution by Alexander Klar, Photographed by Esther Freund

This book documents two new bodies of work; a series of large four-part aluminum panel paintings incorporating Oehlen’s recurring motif of trees and a series titled Finger Paintings, in which color-blocked advertisements are an extension of the canvas, providing fragmented, ready-made surfaces for Oehlen’s visceral markings, made with his hands as well as with brushes, rags, and spray cans. Both series were exhibited at Gagosian Gallery, Los Angeles, in summer 2014.

April 2015 | Trade Paperback | 100 pages | $80.00

Basquiat

Basquiat

Edited by Dieter Buchhart and Tricia Laughlin Bloom, Foreword by Henry Louis Gates Jr., Contribution by Franklin Sirmans and Christopher Stackhouse

Accompanying a major traveling exhibition, this first-ever survey of the rarely seen notebooks of Basquiat features the artist’s handwritten notes, poems, and drawings, along with related works on paper and large-scale paintings. With no formal training, Jean-Michel Basquiat (1960–1988) succeeded in developing a new and expressive style to become one of the most influential artists in the postmodern revival of figurative during the 1980s. In a series of notebooks from the early to mid-1980s, never before…

April 2015 | Hardcover | 246 pages | $50.00

Charlotte Moss

Charlotte Moss

Written by Charlotte Moss, Foreword by Barry Friedberg, Contribution by Barbara L. Dixon

Celebrated interior designer and renowned tastemaker Charlotte Moss turns her eye to the garden as a resource for interiors, entertaining, and good living. Charlotte Moss’s greatest muse is the garden, and this book shows the myriad ways the garden provides inspiration every day—indoors and outdoors. Touring readers through her own gardens, Moss offers insights on how to bring the garden into home life—including ideas for elegant flower arrangements from the garden and the table settings and…

April 2015 | Hardcover | 288 pages | $50.00

Fashion Lives

Fashion Lives

Written by Fern Mallis, Foreword by Ralph Lauren

This revealing volume provides unprecedented access to master designers and industry leaders. No topic is off-limits to Fern Mallis, award-winning creator of Fashion Week in New York, when she hosts Fashion Icons with Fern Mallis at New York’s prestigious 92nd Street Y, a series of in-depth interviews with the fashion industry’s most talented, successful, and legendary personalities. Featuring nineteen inspiring interviews with American fashion luminaries, this engaging book introduces readers to the real artists behind these…

April 2015 | Hardcover | 448 pages | $55.00

How to Read Art

How to Read Art

Written by Liz Rideal

This charmingly illustrated, highly informative field guide to understanding art history is small enough to fit in a pocket yet serious enough to provide real answers. This seventh entry in the hugely popular How to Read series is a one-stop guide to understanding the world’s great artworks. The book explains the aesthetics of schools of painting from the Renaissance masters and Impressionists to the Cubists and Modernists. It enables readers to develop swiftly an understanding of…

April 2015 | Trade Paperback | 256 pages | $17.95

Miami Beach Deco

Miami Beach Deco

Written by Steven Brooke, Foreword by Beth Dunlop

Steven Brooke, whose dazzling photography of Miami’s Art Deco District once helped spur the area’s preservation, now captures the incredible architectural restoration of this glamorous international playground. During the 1930s, Miami Beach emerged as an epicenter of Art Deco architecture. Against the azure sky gleamed buildings that boasted voluptuous curves, nautical elements, Jazz Age ornamentation, and seductive neon. After the area fell into decline in the 1970s and ’80s, Steven Brooke and others successfully campaigned to…

April 2015 | Hardcover | 224 pages | $9.98

Michael Craig-Martin at Chatsworth House

Michael Craig-Martin at Chatsworth House

Written by Michael Bracewell

A book documenting Michael Craig-Martin’s installation of twelve new large-scale works in the gardens at Chatsworth House. Each work is an immense, vibrantly colored line drawing in space, fabricated in steel. The book also documents a concurrent exhibition curated by Craig-Martin at Chatsworth House, including sculptures from the Devonshire Collection, in which Craig-Martin has swapped their traditional bases for bright pink plinths, and a visually arresting selection of drawings from the Old Master Drawings Cabinet, including…

April 2015 | Hardcover | 100 pages | $50.00

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