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Jordan Wolfson

Jordan Wolfson

Written by Jordan Wolfson, Text by Jack Bankowsky, Alison Gingeras and Joey Frank

Exploring new works by the provocative and irreverent American multimedia artist Jordan Wolfson.

Jordan Wolfson is known for his thought-provoking works in a wide range of media, including video, sculpture, installation, photography, and performance.

Produced in partnership with the Stedelijk Museum Amsterdam, this book focuses on two major new works, Colored Sculpture and Female Figure. Operating somewhere between sculpture and interactive installation, these pieces rely on Wolfson’s contradictory relationship with technology to create an unsettling tension between the figure…

February 2018 | Hardcover | 144 pages | $65.00

Olivier Theyskens

Olivier Theyskens

Written by Kaat Debo, Vanessa Friedman, Karen Van Godtsenhoven, Lydia Kamitsis and Wim Mertens

The first complete monograph on Olivier Theyskens surveys his twenty-year career and documents the highly anticipated return of his eponymous label.

Olivier Theyskens’s refined sensibilities earned him international acclaim as the dark prince of late 1990s couture. From his first saturnine collections, to his new vision for Rochas, to his patterns and textiles at Nina Ricci, to his years designing for Theyskens’ Theory, the designer has proved himself a master of couture, semi-couture, and prêt-à-porter. Celebrated…

February 2018 | Hardcover | 240 pages | $60.00

Pomellato: Since 1967

Pomellato: Since 1967

Written by Sheila Weller

Celebrating the Milanese house of Pomellato’s fiftieth anniversary, this 
book explores its signature vibrant jewels through the lens of 1967, the 
year of its founding.

The Italian house of Pomellato’s jewelry merges Italian craftsmanship with audacious design. Celebrating the house’s fiftieth anniversary, this book delves into the links between Pomellato’s jewels and the highlights of 1967—the year of the firm’s founding—and beyond. Through iconic images captured by Horst P. Horst, Helmut Newton, Peter Lindbergh, and more, Pomellato:…

February 2018 | Hardcover | 208 pages | $75.00

Supima

Supima

Written by Tim Blanks, Paula Wallace, Fern Mallis and Nick Remsen

This comprehensive monograph celebrates the history and fashion collaborations of Supima, America’s most luxurious cotton.

Since 1954, Supima has dedicated itself to offering the world’s finest cottons to the global fashion industry. Cross breeding strains to develop a rare extra-long staple fiber, the brand established a new industry standard adopted by designers as well as world-class brands ranging from Lacoste to Brooks Brothers. In parallel to the formalization of the American fashion industry, Supima developed a…

February 2018 | Hardcover | 256 pages | $85.00

This is M. Sasek

This is M. Sasek

Written by Olga Cerna, Pavel Ryska and Martin Salisbury

A charming biography of the artist behind the bestselling “This is…” series of children’s books—which have sold over a million copies since being reissued by Universe—illustrated in the style of Miroslav Sasek himself.

Replete with documents, memories, and images from the life of Miroslav Sasek, this book is richly illustrated with material from Sasek’s books as well as such archival material as previously unpublished illustrations, photographs, and vintage fan letters from children inspired by his books.

February 2018 | Hardcover | 119 pages | $29.95

Beverly Barkat

Beverly Barkat

Written by Sally Haftel Naveh

A fascinating volume that offers an overview of Barkat’s career.

Beverly Barkat’s painting is rooted in a profound and ongoing dialogue with art history. Her study and observation of the figurative and realistic tradition in Western art has resulted in her accumulating a body of knowledge that she draws on directly in her artistic practice.

To achieve her aim of capturing the essence of the body in motion, Barkat has begun working on a large scale,…

February 2018 | Hardcover | 120 pages | $27.00

Drawing after Architecture

Drawing after Architecture

Written by Carolyn Yerkes

A beautiful and very original research that casts a new light on architecture drawing tradition, an essential part of the history of the architectural profession.

Why did early modern architects continue copying drawings long after the invention of print should have made such copying obsolete? Carolyn Yerkes answers that question in a fresh investigation into the status of architectural drawing in the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries.

Drawing after Architecture: Renaissance Architectural Drawings and Their Reception investigates the status…

February 2018 | Trade Paperback | 288 pages | $40.00

Fired Up! Ready to Go!

Fired Up! Ready to Go!

Written by Peggy Cooper Cafritz, Contribution by Thelma Golden, Kerry James Marshall, Simone Leigh and Uri McMillan

One of the most important collections of African American contemporary art: destroyed by fire in 2009 and published here for the first time.

After decades of art collecting, prominent Washington, d.c.–based activist, philanthropist, and founder of the august Duke Ellington School of the Arts, Peggy Cooper Cafritz had amassed one of the most important collections of contemporary African American art in the country. But in 2009, the more than 300 works that composed this extraordinary collection were…

February 2018 | Hardcover | 272 pages | $75.00

LaChapelle

LaChapelle

Written by Denis Curti and Reiner Opoku

The career spanning more than thirty years of an artist who shaped the history of photography and who continues to surprise today. Decadence, glamour, irony, and iconography mixed together in an enchanting new world.

Regarded as one of the greatest contemporary photographers, David LaChapelle is an irreverent artist, combining a hyperrealistic, almost caricatural aesthetic with profound social messages. At once acclaimed for his celebrated nude photographs and criticized for having too close ties to the American…

February 2018 | Hardcover | 256 pages | $49.95

The Master's Touch

The Master’s Touch

Written by Alberto Cavalli

Origins and future of national and international artisanal excellence.

What is craftsmanship? How do you determine excellence? The answers lie in identifying and carefully analyzing the elements of fine craftsmanship to arrive at a definition of excellence that is as objective as possible.

Only then can we measure the true value of the finest craftsmanship and celebrate the outstanding work of the artisans behind it. This publication represents a significant step forward in devising a structured…

February 2018 | Trade Paperback | 416 pages | $35.50

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