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Paul Durand-Ruel

Paul Durand-Ruel

Written by Flavie Durand-Ruel and Paul-Louis Durand-Ruel

Paul Durand-Ruel redefined the role of the art dealer. An exceptional entrepreneur and precursor of the international art market scene, he established a network of galleries between Paris, London, Brussels, and New York, and organized international traveling exhibitions. The first to recognize the talent of the Barbizon School artists and the Impressionists, and confident in his role championing their art, Paul Durand-Ruel was able to establish the careers of ground-breaking artists including Renoir, Monet, Sisley, Berthe…

November 2014 | Hardcover | 332 pages | $55.00

Richard Phillips

Richard Phillips

Written by Marcus Steinweg, Contribution by Beatrix Ruf

The first monograph on New York–based contemporary artist Richard Phillips, best known for his large-scale paintings that are ultracool in execution and very hot in effect. Richard Phillips’s hyperrealistic oil paintings embody themes as broad as power, politics, celebrity, fashion, ideology, beauty, and sex, and pose questions about the status of painting today: Does the medium remain valid, or has it become a historical pastime? Pornography, propaganda, advertising, entertainment, fashion—Phillips incorporates material from a range of…

November 2014 | Hardcover | 288 pages | $85.00

Ruven Afanador: Angel Gitano

Ruven Afanador: Angel Gitano

Written by Ruven Afanador, Foreword by Diane Keaton

An evocative celebration of the men of gypsy flamenco culture, from one of contemporary photography’s most gifted artists. Known for his edgy photographs, Ruven Afanador amazes again with another collection of images that will seduce and delight. Following up on Mil Besos—which focused on the women of flamenco—Afanador turns his powerful vision to the men of flamenco, with startling results. Photographed in Andalusian Spain, these unique images present a universe inhabited by gypsies, musicians, and most…

November 2014 | Hardcover | 240 pages | $95.00

Talk About Street Art

Talk About Street Art

Written by Jerome Catz, Series edited by Elisabeth Couturier

From the OBEY Giant posters to Banksy’s stencils and from iconic bubble letter tags to mosaic space invaders, street art is omnipresent. Graffiti and street art have long been part of our visual culture, from their origins in ancestral caves to New York City’s subway walls. This book covers all aspects of an art form that is often underappreciated, ephemeral, and illegal. The diverse media and techniques employed are ever-evolving, and include graffiti, stencils, tags and…

November 2014 | Trade Paperback | 256 pages | $34.95

Yamamoto & Yohji

Yamamoto & Yohji

Contribution by Wim Wenders, Jean Nouvel, Charlotte Rampling and Takeshi Kitano

Since the early ’80s, Yohji Yamamoto’s groundbreaking silhouettes and innovative design aesthetic have propelled him to the highest rank of the international avant-garde.  Distinguished by his anti-fashion approach, Yamamoto changed the face of contemporary fashion, radically transforming it with asymmetrical and highly conceptual designs partly inspired by the techniques of traditional Japanese kimonos. His vision came as a refreshing contrast to the power suits and brightly clad fashions of the time, forcing a reconsideration of the…

November 2014 | Hardcover | 428 pages | $115.00

Alberto Burri: Black Work

Alberto Burri: Black Work

Written by Massimo Di Carlo and Laura Lorenzoni, Edited by Bruno Cora

A distinctive feature of Alberto Burri’s artistic imagery: the treatment of black in his Cellotex works. Through a selection of thirty works made in a twenty-year time span (1972–92), the volume offers a perspective on the expressive outcomes that marked Alberto Burri’s language after the 1950s and 1960s, at a time in which he had already gained international critical acclaim. Cellotex, which the artist had long used as a support for his compositions, became the “work”…

November 2014 | Hardcover | 144 pages | $75.00

Axel Hutte

Axel Hutte

Edited by Claudia Fini and Filippo Maggia

A collection of previously unreleased photographs by the German artist shot over the past three years, from Venice to the Tuscan-Emilian Apennines. A photographer of the so-called Düsseldorf School, Axel Hutte trained under Bernd Becher with Thomas Struth, Thomas Ruff, Candida Hofer, and Andreas Gursky. This volume presents two series of photographs. The first illustrates the author’s journey from Germany to Italy, a sort of retracing of the nineteenth-century Grand Tour: from Alpine passes surrounded by…

November 2014 | Hardcover | 144 pages | $65.00

Fahd Burki

Fahd Burki

Text by Murtaza Vali, Edited by Rosa Maria Falvo

The first monograph devoted to Lahore-based artist Fahd Burki, covering a decade of his works on paper.
 
Born in 1981 in Lahore, Pakistan, Fahd Burki graduated from the National College of Arts, Lahore, in 2003 and received a Postgraduate Diploma from the Royal Academy of Arts, London, in 2010.
 
Over the last 10 years Burki has received much recognition and appreciation for his intriguing imagery, and awarded the ‘John Jones Art on Paper Award’ at Art Dubai in…

November 2014 | Trade Paperback | 184 pages | $45.00

Goodwood Revival

Goodwood Revival

Written by Uli Weber, Foreword by Earl of March and Kinrara

The world’s most popular historic motor race meeting staged entirely in the nostalgic time capsule of the 1940s–60s through the lens of the photographer Uli Weber. Following on from the success of the book Portraits, featuring celebrity portraits from over of a 20 year period including Daniel Radcliffe, Sting, Bruce Willis and Kylie Minogue, Uli Weber has now turned his lens to capturing the magic of the Goodwood Revival festival. Goodwood Revival is a magical step…

November 2014 | Hardcover | 192 pages | $65.00

Halston

Halston

Written by Lesley Frowick, Foreword by Liza Minnelli

Written by Halston’s niece and confidante, this is the first monograph to chronicle the designer’s life and his glamorous, minimalist aesthetic that personified American fashion in the electric 1970s. After rising in the fashion world from his beginnings as a milliner for Bergdorf Goodman, Roy Halston Frowick (1932–1990) launched his eponymous womenswear label in 1968, buoyed by his connections with socialites and celebrities. As the creator of Jackie Kennedy’s signature pillbox hat and as Liza Minnelli’s…

November 2014 | Hardcover | 278 pages | $75.00

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