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Kerry James Marshall

Kerry James Marshall

Written by Ian Alteveer, Helen Molesworth, Dieter Roelstraete and Abigail Winograd

The definitive monograph on contemporary African American painter Kerry James Marshall, accompanying a major traveling retrospective. This long-awaited volume celebrates the work of Kerry James Marshall, one of America’s greatest living painters. Born before the passage of the Civil Rights Act, in Birmingham, Alabama, and witness to the Watts riots in 1965, Marshall has long been an inspired and imaginative chronicler of the African American experience. Best known for large-scale interiors, landscapes, and portraits featuring powerful…

May 2016 | Hardcover | 288 pages | $65.00

Lombardy

Lombardy

Written by Philippe Daverio

The art and architectural gems of Italy’s Lombardy region. Lombardy is one of the least-known regions of Italy, and yet it holds a great many surprises for lovers of nature and art, boasting splendid villas and gardens along the banks of Lake Como and Lake Garda, medieval villages, countless monuments and buildings, and statues and paintings dotted all across the region, from the plains south of the city to the foothills of the Alps in the…

February 2016 | Hardcover | 180 pages | $19.95

Martyn Lawrence Bullard: Design and Decoration

Martyn Lawrence Bullard: Design and Decoration

Written by Martyn Lawrence Bullard, Foreword by Tommy Hilfiger

In his second book, Martyn Lawrence Bullard demonstrates how to bring a sense of luxury and glamour into spaces designed for comfort and modern living. As evidenced by the success of Live, Love, & Decorate, Martyn Lawrence Bullard is beloved for his ability to mix a broad range of styles in eclectic, sophisticated, yet always comfortable interiors. His trademark attention to detail, adventurous use of color and texture, and references to history are hallmarks of his…

May 2016 | Hardcover | 240 pages | $50.00

Missoni Art Colour

Missoni Art Colour

Edited by Luciano Caramel, Luca Missoni and Emma Zanella

Published on the occasion of the Missoni, Art, Colour exhibition, this visually rich catalogue surveys the history and inspiration behind one of the most iconic fashion houses of all time. Rosita and Ottavio Missoni launched their eponymous fashion house in the 1950s, combining art and fashion to create a unique style that is recognized all over the world. This book is both a celebration of the unmistakable Missoni style, whose innovative approach mixes color, pattern, and…

May 2016 | Hardcover | 176 pages | $45.00

Nabil Nahas

Nabil Nahas

Text by Carter Ratcliff

This important monograph highlights more than four decades’ worth of paintings by the internationally acclaimed Lebanese/American artist Nabil Nahas. Nabil Nahas is a master of color, texture, and atmosphere. Lebanon’s most famous contemporary artist, he is known for his geometric motifs and decorative patterns inspired by the natural world. This lavishly illustrated survey, the definitive monograph on the artist’s oeuvre to date, celebrates his unique vision. Schooled in the tradition of Western abstract painting, Nahas has…

May 2016 | Hardcover | 240 pages | $65.00

The Newsstand

The Newsstand

Written by Lele Saveri, Text by Ken Miller, Foreword by Phil Aarons, Contribution by AA Bronson and Tom Sachs

This book documents and encapsulates the story of The Newsstand, a pop-up retail space conceptualized and produced by Alldayeveryday and curated by Lele Saveri.

The most comprehensive anthology of contemporary zine culture of New York and beyond, including more than a thousand contemporary artist publications and independently produced zines, books, and artworks. The Newsstand was a pop-up conceptual retail store that transformed an ordinary subway hub into a mecca for independently published magazines, books, comics, and zines. Located…

February 2016 | Trade Paperback | 352 pages | $45.00

The Nice Guys

The Nice Guys

Written by Shane Black

The official companion book to the darkly humorous action film from director Shane Black. Directed by celebrated writer/director Shane Black, The Nice Guys: From Script to Screen chronicles the noir/buddy film set in Los Angeles in the 1970s, starring A-listers Russell Crowe and Ryan Gosling as reluctant partners trying to solve a missing persons case. Set during the 1970s in smog-ridden Los Angeles, The Nice Guys is the story about a Los Angeles private investigator (Ryan…

May 2016 | Hardcover | 132 pages | $45.00

On Broadway

On Broadway

Written by Drew Hodges, Foreword by Chip Kidd, Introduction by David Sedaris

A visual and oral history of the past twenty years of theater, On Broadway pulls back the curtain to reveal the creative process involved in bringing a Broadway show to the stage and into the public consciousness through the words of Broadway’s most famous personalities and the art of SpotCo. The art created for a show provides audiences with a tangible, visual, and emotional connection with the theatrical experience. This collection of hundreds of behind-the-scenes photos,…

April 2016 | Hardcover | 224 pages | $45.00

Outsiders

Outsiders

Edited by Sophie Hackett and Jim Shedden, Foreword by Stephanie Smith, Contribution by Katherine A. Bussard and Martha Kirszenbaum

Idealists, outsiders, and those brave enough to be themselves, as depicted by visionary photographers and filmmakers including Diane Arbus and Nan Goldin, reveal another America. A visual tour through life at the margins in the United States from the late 1950s to the early 1980s, Outsiders highlights the work of iconic photographers and filmmakers who profoundly changed the image of American culture. Kenneth Anger, Diane Arbus, Shirley Clarke, Nan Goldin, Danny Lyon, Garry Winogrand, and their…

May 2016 | Hardcover | 190 pages | $29.95

Pamela Love: Muses and Manifestations

Pamela Love: Muses and Manifestations

Written by Pamela Love, Text by Francesco Clemente, Introduction by Ray Siegel

Trendsetting contemporary jeweler Pamela Love invites us into her universe, revealing the obsessions and inspirations behind her cult jewelry. Pamela Love began making jewelry in 2007 in a closet studio space in New York City’s garment district. She quickly won a CFDA award and her collection was soon stocked by the chicest boutiques around the world. Love’s creations are deeply spiritual and intuitive, influenced by astrology, alchemy, botany, and the materials and textures of the American…

March 2016 | Hardcover | 176 pages | $45.00

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