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Whitfield Lovell

Whitfield Lovell

Contribution by Sarah Lewis, Klaus Ottmann and Elsa Smithgall, Introduction by Irving Sandler and Kevin Quashie

Accompanying a major traveling exhibition, this book provides a comprehensive look at this MacArthur Fellows–winning artist’s ongoing exploration of the African-American experience. Whitfield Lovell: Kin centers on a sumptuously reproduced portfolio of the artist’s Kin series, in which images of anonymous African-Americans are paired with found objects evoking their personalities and experiences. Tangible presences that powerfully connect with the viewer, Lovell’s works invoke issues of cultural heritage and personal identity as they imaginatively reflect the lives…

October 2016 | Hardcover | 224 pages | $55.00

1001 Quotations To Enlighten, Entertain, and Inspire

1001 Quotations To Enlighten, Entertain, and Inspire

Edited by Robert Arp, Foreword by Nigel Rees

An invaluable tool for public speaking, writing, and anyone wishing to make a memorable impact with or be inspired by words, this handsomely illustrated volume is conveniently organized to facilitate finding the perfect words for any occasion. Filled with multicultural aphorisms, adages, and axioms from numerous brilliant minds throughout the past 7,000 years and featuring more than 800 full-color illustrations, this latest addition to the best-selling 1001 series makes accessible a vast range of complex ideas…

October 2016 | Hardcover | 960 pages | $36.95

Alison Berger: Glass and Light

Alison Berger: Glass and Light

Foreword by Holly Hunt, Contribution by Matilda McQuaid and Pilar Viladas

Obsessed with light for as long as she can remember, Alison Berger used to catch fireflies as a child and put them in glass jars – an activity that has inspired more than twenty years’ worth of exquisite work in handblown glass. In this stunning monograph, Berger presents her evocative light fixtures, functional objects, furnishings, and large-scale sculptures in combination with the diverse imagery and objects that inspired them. Using age-old glass-blowing techniques to create essential…

October 2016 | Hardcover | 240 pages | $65.00

Beachside Bohemian

Beachside Bohemian

Written by Robert Novogratz and Cortney Novogratz

Effortlessly combining bohemian chic style and family living, the fashionable couple serve up fun and practical design tips from their beachfront vacation home. Well known to their fans through their reality TV shows (on HGTV and Bravo) and various home decor lines (Macy’s, CB2, and Walmart), designers Robert and Cortney Novogratz’s third book is dedicated to one of their favorite places to spend time with their sizable brood: their vacation home in the sleepy beach outpost…

October 2016 | Hardcover | 210 pages | $55.00

Carolina Herrera

Carolina Herrera

Written by Carolina Herrera, Text by JJ Martin

The first book on the design career of Carolina Herrera, to be released on the occasion of the house’s thirty-fifth anniversary. The first name in American elegance, Carolina Herrera has distinguished herself in the global fashion world with a style that exudes luxury, femininity, and impeccable taste. Encouraged by friend and admirer Diana Vreeland to open her fashion house in 1981, Herrera’s collections are favored by First Ladies (from Jackie Kennedy to Michelle Obama), celebrities, international…

October 2016 | Hardcover | 240 pages | $75.00

Dior: The Art of Color

Dior: The Art of Color

Edited by Marc Ascoli and Jerry Stafford, Photographed by Richard Burbridge

This exquisite book takes the reader on a kaleidoscopic journey through the history of makeup, style, and color at the revered fashion house of Dior. An exquisite ode to color, this book presents the history of Dior cosmetics placed within contexts of fashion and art. Divided into twelve chapters (White, Silver, Nude, Pink, Red, Purple, Blue, Green, Yellow, Gold, Gray, and Black) Dior: The Art of Color showcases not only the sometimes glamorous, sometimes natural cosmetics,…

October 2016 | Hardcover | 272 pages | $115.00

Domus

Domus

Text by Marella Caracciolo Chia, Photographed by Oberto Gili

An insider’s tour of the most creative and inspiring rooms belonging to tastemakers—artists, interior designers, craftspeople, collectors, and aristocrats—in Italy today. Italy has been a source of inspiration for generations of artists and lovers of beauty. In this book, Italians Oberto Gili and Marella Caracciolo Chia take us around the country and into the homes of some of its most stylish habitués. From rural estates in Tuscany and spectacular seaside villas to an eighteenth-century palace in…

October 2016 | Hardcover | 304 pages | $65.00

Fairfield Porter

Fairfield Porter

Written by John Wilmerding and Karen Wilkin, Contribution by J.D. McClatchy

The first comprehensive survey of the beloved figurative realist painter Fairfield Porter to be published in more than two decades. A figurative realist in the heyday of abstract expressionism, Fairfield Porter (1907–1975) painted himself, his family, and friends in New York City, in Southampton, Long Island, and on an island off the Maine coast, all depicting a relaxed and comfortable world that seemed to mirror his own affluent, well-connected existence. With virtually all of the artist’s…

October 2016 | Hardcover | 240 pages | $65.00

How to Spot a Hipster

How to Spot a Hipster

Written by Jeremy Cassar, Illustrated by Carla McRae

A tongue-in-cheek guide to spotting hipsters in their natural habitat. Spotting a hipster used to be simple—a guy in his twenties who had a beard and rode a bicycle. However, over recent years the line between hipster and everyday human has blurred beyond recognition, so it’s understandable if you’ve grown confused. Don’t worry—How to Spot a Hipster is here to help. Think your best friend might be a hipster? Are they drinking from mason jars and…

October 2016 | Hardcover | 112 pages | $14.95

If I Live to Be 100

If I Live to Be 100

Written by Paul Mobley, Text by Allison Milionis, Foreword by Norman Lear, Photographed by Paul Mobley

More than fifty extraordinary Americans, who have all celebrated their one hundredth birthday, share a century of insights. Paul Mobley has taken his camera on the road once again, this time to photograph America’s oldest and wisest citizens. Mobley traveled to all fifty states to find these indomitable, extraordinary centenarians. In this inspiring collection of intimate and powerful portraits, direct quotes, and personal stories, we learn that wisdom is the reward for perseverance. The centenarians in…

October 2016 | Hardcover | 216 pages | $50.00

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