Titles by Subject
Written by Tomas Maier, Foreword by Tim Blanks, Contribution by Daphne Merkin
In 2002, Tomas Maier, Bottega Veneta’s Creative Director, launched the Art of Collaboration—a project that invites a world-renowned photographer or contemporary artist to collaborate on the Italian brand’s campaign for each season. With more than a thousand photographs, this book chronicles the comprehensive series of creative partnerships since the beginning.
October 2015 | Hardcover | 652 pages | $135.00
Edited by Niccolò Branca di Romanico
A richly illustrated history of the world-famous Italian distillery and the country’s best-known liqueur, as seen through the brand’s legendary poster art and creative advertising campaigns. Since its founding in 1845, the Fratelli Branca Distillerie company has maintained a solid foothold in both domestic and international markets. Its unmistakable, bitter-tasting liqueur quickly became legendary with its combination of herbs and roots sourced from all over the world. The pioneering secret recipe, which is left to brew…
November 2015 | Hardcover | 192 pages | $50.00
Written by Gary Indiana
The long-awaited memoir from one of the most acclaimed radical writers in American literature. Described by the London Review of Books as one of “the most brilliant critics writing in America today,” Gary Indiana is a true radical whose caustic voice has by turns haunted and influenced the literary and artistic establishments.
September 2015 | eBook | $25.95
Text by Paul Laster and Robert Farris Thompson, Edited by Petra Mason, Foreword by Richard Blanco
Mixed-media artist Carlos Betancourt and his influential studio, Imperfect Utopia, helped to launch the Miami art scene in the 1980’s. Betancourt’s oeuvre
is a lush explosion of radiant, eccentric colors in which he explores the kaleidoscope (multi-racial, multi-lingual, trans-cultural) of Caribbean and American culture. His work alludes to issues of memory, beauty, identity, and communication. He bends the lines between art, photography, and nature in his photographs, collages, painting, installations, and conceptual pieces.
October 2015 | Hardcover | 238 pages | $75.00
Written by Tracey Zabar, Photographed by Ellen Silverman
A delectable collection of innovative chocolate chip recipes by world-renowned chefs, pastry chefs, and bakers. Chocolate chip cookies, bursting with melted bits of chocolate, are the perennial favorite of many Americans. For this compilation, Zabar has reached out to the celebrated icons of the baking world to collect an amazing array of user-friendly recipes beyond the classic cookie. There are the signature creations of such top restaurants as Manhattan’s Daniel, Gramercy Tavern, and Betony, and California’s…
September 2015 | Hardcover | 176 pages | $29.95
Written by Florence Fabricant, Foreword by Eric Ripert
New York City’s hottest chefs present the ultimate gift that gives back—an exclusive collection of 100 delicious new recipes benefiting City Harvest, the renowned food-rescue organization that feeds over 1.4 million hungry New Yorkers every year. New York City is a restaurant town with a heart as big as its appetite. For its first-ever cookbook, City Harvest and a who’s who of New York’s top chefs and restaurateurs, including Dominique Ansel, Tom Colicchio, Daniel Humm, Anita…
September 2015 | Hardcover | 224 pages | $40.00
Written by J.D. McClatchy and Karen Wilkin, Foreword by John Guare
The first comprehensive survey of Cornelia Foss’s landscapes, still lifes, and portraits, an artist in the style and tradition of Fairfield Porter. The American artist Cornelia Foss is part of a loosely knit group of artists commonly described as “painterly realists,” many of whom are associated with Long Island’s scenic Hamptons region, including Eric Fischl and Fairfield Porter. This is the first such survey of this artist’s work to be published. Long considered a quintessential Long…
October 2015 | Hardcover | 224 pages | $65.00
Written by Shepard Fairey
The seminal artist’s recent art and poster works, and his triumphant return to his street-art roots with murals, all in work never before published. Shepard Fairey rose out of the skateboarding scene, creating his “Andre the Giant Has a Posse” sticker campaign in the late ’80s, and has since achieved a mainstream recognition that most street artists never find. Fairey’s “Hope” poster, created during Obama’s 2008 presidential campaign, is arguably the most iconic American image since…
September 2015 | Hardcover | 256 pages | $50.00
Written by Michael S. Smith, Contribution by Julia Reed
Michael S. Smith’s first collection of new interiors work in seven years. Appearing at a seminal point in Michael Smith’s life and career, The Curated House is also his most personal book, tracing the origins and influences of his design philosophy in depth and presenting a substantial offering of new projects.
October 2015 | Hardcover | 272 pages | $65.00
Edited by Alexander Vreeland
October 2015 | Hardcover | 304 pages | $60.00