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Cooking with Craft Beer

Cooking with Craft Beer

Written by Stevan Paul and Torsten Goffin, Photographed by Daniela Haug

Get creative in the kitchen using your favorite brew. Barely a week goes by in which a small brewery is not founded somewhere across the world. Craft beer has become a phenomenon. Cooking with Craft Beer is an ode to this modern brewing culture and shows what and how to cook with beer—making the most of the flavor profiles of particular beer types, including pale ale, pilsner, and lager varieties—in a diverse range of accessible recipes.

September 2017 | Hardcover | 248 pages | $27.50

Ed Ruscha: Extremes and In-betweens

Ed Ruscha: Extremes and In-betweens

Written by Yve-Alain Bois and Ben Eastham

In this new book, Ed Ruscha distills the archetypal signs and symbols of the American vernacular into typographic and cinematic codes that are as accessible as they are profound.
These powerful works, all completed in 2016, are reproduced in this stunning new volume in beautiful color-saturated plates to which black and white installation photos, as well as studio shots, provide a striking contrast. New texts by art historian Yve-Alain Bois and art critic Ben Eastham…

September 2017 | Hardcover | 88 pages | $80.00

Elizabeth Peyton

Elizabeth Peyton

Text by Kirsty Bell

This beautiful volume focuses on a five-year period in Elizabeth Peyton’s evolving career to suggest not only a visual chronicle of an age, its heroes, heroines, and interests, but also of an individual’s life—that of Peyton herself.
 
Elizabeth Peyton’s work has been renowned since the early 1990s, when she began exhibiting her paintings and drawings of artists, musicians, historical figures, and friends. This new volume, prepared by the artist in collaboration with designer Brendan Dugan, founder…

September 2017 | Hardcover | 248 pages | $75.00

Emilio Scanavino

Emilio Scanavino

Written by Francesca Pola

The rediscovery of a protagonist of Italian art. The first international monograph about Emilio Scanavino after his death, this book focuses on the wide breadth of his creative output, which began immediately after World War II and continued until the 1980s.
He was one of the pioneers and protagonists of an innovative poetics of the “sign,” situating his practice between the Informel and Spazialismo movements and a new concept of the void.
Scanavino’s art is characterized by…

September 2017 | Hardcover | 208 pages | $45.00

Exhibiting the Postmodern

Exhibiting the Postmodern

Written by Léa-Catherine Szacka, Foreword by Adrian Forty

A remarkable investigation on the exhibitions that have shaped contemporary architecture.
The first Venice Biennale of Architecture in 1980 was one of those events whose later reputation far exceeds the amount of attention it attracted at the time. Although attended by a relatively modest number of people, the Biennale has come to be seen as a defining moment and a turning point in relation to the history of architectural postmodernism.
Routinely referred to, often with an…

September 2017 | Trade Paperback | 264 pages | $32.50

Ferdinando Scianna

Ferdinando Scianna

Written by Denis Curti

The ghetto today: a story told in pictures, a history in the making. The forty-four black-and-white photographs presented here have been selected from the many pictures taken by Ferdinando Scianna on a succession of visits made to Venice between May and June in 2016: they take the form of notes, a series of precise annotations on the course of daily life in a neighborhood of the city.
The result of his work is a lucid and vivid…

September 2017 | Hardcover | 100 pages | $35.00

From Tapestry to Fiber Art

From Tapestry to Fiber Art

Written by Giselle Eberhard Cotton, Magali Junet, Odile Contamin, Janis Jefferies and Keiko Kawashima

The historical and artistic development of the Lausanne Biennials illustrated with more than a hundred works and views of rooms, most of them unpublished. At the end of World War II, the art of tapestry experienced a new boom and throughout Europe national workshops and factories lived a renewal. By organizing the International Tapestry Biennials in 1962, the city of Lausanne (Switzerland) became the international showcase of contemporary textile creation. Held in the halls of the…

September 2017 | Hardcover | 224 pages | $55.00

Generali in History

Generali in History

Written by Assicurazioni Generali

Company archives can provide real surprises. But few can also convey a sense of history like those of the Generali. The structure of the books, one devoted to the ninteenth-century and one to the twentieth-century, is based on closely related document entries and personnel entries, centered on particular events and personalities connected with the Assicurazioni Generali, the largest insurance company in Italy and third in the world, starting out from some of the most significant records preserved…

September 2017 | Trade Paperback | 628 pages | $100.00

Giuseppe Penone: Matrice

Giuseppe Penone: Matrice

Written by Giuseppe Penone and Massimiliano Gioni

An elegant volume dedicated to one of today’s most admired artists, celebrating the unveiling of his first contemporary permanent installation ever realized in Rome.
One of the most important living sculptors and a legendary figure associated with the revolutionary 1960s Arte Povera movement, Giuseppe Penone has combined radicality and classicism in a personal style that has been admired for half a century. Combining materials such as wood, wax, leather, marble, and bronze, his sculptures reveal a…

September 2017 | Hardcover | 144 pages | $45.00

Highland Living

Highland Living

Written by Stéphane Bern and Franck Ferrand, Foreword by Angelika Cawdor, Photographed by Guillaume de Laubier

An illustrated volume that pays tribute to Scotland’s multifaceted allure, from striking natural landscapes to elegant castle living. The craggy peaks and reflective lochs of the rugged Scottish landscape have inspired writers and travelers for centuries. With its rolling hills and quiet hamlets, Scotland is a patchwork of stunning green valleys and windswept moors, scattered with the stony ruins of ancient abbeys and castle strongholds. From the peat bogs of the Highlands to the ordered elegance…

September 2017 | Trade Paperback | 208 pages | $25.00

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