Titles by Subject
Foreword by Steve Lazarides, Text by Noah Becker, Paolo Manazza, Brooke Lynn McGowan and Lawrence Voyteck
The first major monograph on the American artist. Marcus Jansen has been called a pioneer in redefining urban landscape painting for the last two decades, transforming landscapes into critical social commentary.
October 2016 | Hardcover | 208 pages | $60.00
Edited by Serenella Ciclitira
A volume testifying to an initiative that nurtures artistic talent worldwide, recognizing fresh art and helping launch the careers of emerging artists. This catalog was published for the inaugural START art fair, held at the Saatchi Gallery in London in September 2015.
October 2016 | Trade Paperback | 264 pages | $55.00
Written by James Taffin de Givenchy, Foreword by Tobias Meyer and Hamilton South
This luxurious volume showcases more than three hundred pieces designed by the imaginative French jeweler James Taffin de Givenchy, in his first book. “Jewelry is an emotional object that projects who you are. It takes artistry, intellect, and logic to make it,” said James Taffin de Givenchy. Since launching his own jewelry business in 1996, Taffin has garnered a glowing reputation as a connoisseur of exotic gems and a designer who fuses Old World European glamour…
October 2016 | Hardcover | 400 pages | $150.00
Written by David Yarrow
From big cats to elephants and indigenous communities, Wild Encounters is a must-have for nature lovers, conservationists, and anyone who is inspired by all that remains wild. David Yarrow travels from pole to pole and continent to continent to visit frozen Arctic tundras, vast African deserts, primordial rain forests, and remote villages, inviting us to truly connect with subjects we mistakenly think we have seen before. Yarrow takes the familiar—lions, elephants, tigers, polar bears—and makes it…
October 2016 | Hardcover | 336 pages | $75.00
Written by Steve Wide, Illustrated by Libby Vanderploeg
A celebration of the unparalleled impact of cultural icon David Bowie.
November 2016 | Hardcover | 56 pages | $14.95
Text by James Lawrence
Along with an insightful new essay, this beautiful book features over forty-five striking color reproductions of John Currin’s most recent paintings, spanning from 2011 to 2015. At once highly seductive and deeply perplexing, John Currin’s paintings draw inspiration from such disparate areas as Old Master portraits, pinups, pornography, and B-movies. Consistent throughout his oeuvre, however, is his search for the point at which the beautiful and the grotesque hold each other in perfect balance, and this…
November 2016 | Hardcover | 132 pages | $100.00
Written by Olympia Le-Tan
The first book on the eclectic and whimsical work of fashion designer Olympia Le-Tan. An admitted bookworm, designer Olympia Le-Tan is best known for creating one-of-a-kind handbags resembling literary classics such as Catcher in the Rye, Doctor Zhivago, and For Whom the Bell Tolls. Olympia Le-Tan—designed to look like a bag that looks like a book—invites the reader to discover the scope of the multifaceted French designer’s creations from her signature minaudières to her quirky ready-to-wear…
November 2016 | Hardcover | 318 pages | $75.00
Written by Donatella Versace, Maria Luisa Frisa and Stefano Tonchi, Contribution by Tim Blanks and Ingrid Sischy
A long-awaited and highly intimate visual history of Versace, the glamorous and globally renowned Italian fashion house. Versace—a name that epitomizes Italian opulence, bold sexiness, and a flair for the extravagant—holds its place firmly in the fashion world as a legendary and iconic luxury brand. Taking over the creative artistic direction of the family-run fashion house in 1997, the enigmatic and alluring Donatella Versace has since catapulted the brand into popular culture, cementing Versace as a…
November 2016 | Hardcover | 288 pages | $95.00
Written by Caitlin Leffel and Jacob Lehman
The completely revised and updated third edition of the most carefully curated, most original, and most extensive guide to the best things to do in New York City. Deciding what to do in the city that never sleeps is daunting. That is why 100,000 readers have flocked to The Best Things to Do in New York, celebrating its tenth anniversary in print in 2016.
November 2016 | Trade Paperback | 416 pages | $18.95
Edited by Olga Sviblova and Varvara Rodchenko
Aleksandr Rodchenko was one of the main generators of creative ideas during the extraordinary time of the Russian avant-garde movements, and he perfectly reflected its spiritual atmosphere. In 1924, photography was “invaded” by Aleksandr Rodchenko. The result of this invasion was a fundamental rethinking on the nature of photography and the role of the photographer. With the introduction of conceptual thought, the photograph changed from being a mere reflection of reality to a means of visually…
November 2016 | Hardcover | 232 pages | $55.00