Titles by Subject
Edited by Gladys Chung
Zeng Fanzhi: Catalogue Raisonné Volume I is a landmark publication systematically incorporating records from the studio, dealers, auction houses, museums, collectors, and any other possible sources to compile by far the most comprehensive record of the artist’s oeuvre. This catalog illustrates chronologically every confirmed work, inclusive of all media by the artist, with a time span from the 1980s to 2015. For each singular work, there is comprehensive information including detailed descriptions, inscriptions, provenance, background, preparatory…
June 2017 | Hardcover | 704 pages | $285.00
Contribution by Daniel Baumann
The first major monograph on Turner Prize–nominated Glasgow artist Jim Lambie.
July 2017 | Hardcover | 256 pages | $75.00
Written by Ines de la Fressange and Sophie Gachet
Ines de la Fressange shares a wealth of new secrets in this elegant and humorous weekly planner—it’s the chicest way to organize your schedule.
July 2017 | Trade Paperback | 160 pages | $19.95
Preface by Sir Stirling Moss, Edited by Josh Sims, Text by Nick Trott, Jonathon Bell and Simon de Burton
With over 200 stunning color images, this volume explains the forces behind Aston Martin as a world-leading carmaker and celebrates the cars’ speed, durability, reliability, sophistication, leading technology, and sporting nature. The story behind the iconic prowess, spirit, and mobility of this great enterprise is introduced in the preface by Sir Stirling Moss. By recounting his career as a race driver for Aston Martin, he sheds light on the swift development in style, technology, force, and…
July 2017 | Hardcover | 208 pages | $60.00
Written by Serge Lemoine and Evelyne de Montaudouin
A catalogue raisonné dedicated to Aurélie Nemours (1910–2005), one of the greatest French abstract painters of the second half of the twentieth century. This volume is a study of the life and work of Aurélie Nemours, including the paintings, pastels, and collages that she produced over half a century.
July 2017 | Hardcover | 512 pages | $320.00
Edited by Assoc. des Amis de Chen Zhen
The largest monograph devoted to the work of Chen Zhen, including all his currently known works and the most complete information on the Chinese artist. Chen Zhen was a privileged witness of economic and cultural globalization, particularly of the gulf dividing China and the Western world. A stranger under his own regime at home and a foreigner in France, where he moved in 1986, Chen Zhen was on the margins of two systems, looking for his…
July 2017 | Hardcover | 1160 pages | $299.00
Written by Germano Celant
A detailed overview of the work of Marco Bagnoli, one of the most representative artists on the Italian scene in the 1970s, in a gorgeous monograph that presents his complete production arranged in chronological order. A sort of catalogue raisonné, this volume presents 350 reproductions of installations that utilize various techniques: drawing, painting, print and sculpture.
July 2017 | Hardcover | 320 pages | $100.00
Written by David Anfam, Edited by Magdalena Dabrowski, Contribution by Hans Ulrich Obrist
The first international publication dedicated to one of Poland’s most prominent artists.
July 2017 | Hardcover | 200 pages | $50.00
Written by Nadia Bailey, Illustrated by Phil Constantinesco
For the Barb in all of us—a guidebook for the kind and tragically uncool. While few people were surprised that the Netflix series Stranger Things was a smash hit, no one expected that one of the show’s minor characters, the nerdy, faithful underdog Barb, would break the internet. But Barb resonated with us—the chill, bespectacled BFF and her unjust abandonment hit a collective nerve. It turns out, in a world of Nancys, we are all Barb.
August 2017 | Hardcover | 96 pages | $14.95
Written by Tom Beard, Contribution by The United States Lighthouse Society
A spectacular collection of America’s most iconic and stunning lighthouses. Through gorgeous photography, this book celebrates these unique and magnificent beacons and their history. The construction of lighthouses began as this new nation’s first public-works project in 1789 and established the United States as a maritime world power by making ports safe for navigation. These structures—many still active and serving their original purpose even in the era of global positioning systems—are living museums, yet they often prove…
August 2017 | Hardcover | 176 pages | $19.95