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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

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

Past Perfect

Past Perfect

Written by Richard Shapiro and Mayer Rus, Edited by Mallery Roberts Morgan, Photographed by Jason Schmidt

In this exquisite monograph, designer and antiques dealer Richard Shapiro demonstrates the alchemy required to create a home that seems cultivated over many generations. Shapiro has mastered the art of crafting refined, cultivated spaces that transport their inhabitants to distant lands and past epochs. Designers and homeowners who wish to endow their homes with authentic European charm and character will be inspired by Shapiro’s gift for conjuring Old World savoir faire.
The book focuses on Shapiro’s two…

March 2016 | Hardcover | 272 pages | $55.00

The Philip Johnson Glass House

The Philip Johnson Glass House

Written by Maureen Cassidy-Geiger, Foreword by Charles A. Birnbaum, Photographed by Peter Aaron

The first authoritative book on the history of the Glass House property—Philip Johnson’s fifty-year project of iconic modernist design, encompassing the remarkable buildings, landscape, and follies. From its completion in 1949 to the present day, Philip Johnson’s Glass House has drawn cognoscenti and the curious from around the world to New Canaan, Connecticut, to experience what might be the most photographed modernist residence in America. The property—an architectural playground on forty-seven acres with eleven Johnsonian follies…

April 2016 | Hardcover | 224 pages | $55.00

Please Make This Look Nice

Please Make This Look Nice

Written by Peter Ahlberg

Equal parts design inspiration and manual, Please Make This Look Nice combines interviews, writings, case studies, and personal ephemera from celebrated designers into a solid primer for designers and design enthusiasts alike. Please Make This Look Nice is a behind-the-scenes look at the graphic design process of more than fifty graphic designers, typographers, and studios from around the world. Hundreds of never-before-seen images mined from their archives are woven together with first-hand observations, resulting in a…

April 2016 | Trade Paperback | 272 pages | $39.95

Popcorn!

Popcorn!

Written by Carol Beckerman

Popcorn offers limitless room for experimentation — it’s so versatile it can be paired with almost anything, and it is naturally low in sugar and fat yet high in fiber.  While popcorn’s image has suffered as a pre-packaged, artificially flavored, microwavable junk food, home made popcorn is truly a revelation – a creative, healthy, gourmet treat. 
 
This book is the perfect inspiration to explore this quick, easy, fun grain, and it features over one…

April 2016 | Trade Paperback | 128 pages | $7.98

Pope Francis: The Year of Mercy

Pope Francis: The Year of Mercy

Edited by Vincenzo Sansonetti, Introduction by Archbishop Rino Fisichella

A beautifully illustrated anthology of Pope Francis’s quotes on the theme of mercy, to which the Holy Year is dedicated. This handsomely illustrated book contains a collection of quotes from the pope’s speeches, prayers, and tweets that directly refer to the theme most often used by Pope Francis during the first two years of his papacy. Jorge Mario Bergoglio’s personal life and his pastoral actions have always been characterized by his special attention to the poor,…

November 2015 | Hardcover | 272 pages | $24.95

The Portable Feast

The Portable Feast

Written by Jeanne Kelley

Brilliant solutions for making packed meals that are as inventive as they are convenient. Whether you’re planning a picnic in the park, taking lunch on the plane, making a bag for the kids, or eating al desko—there’s no reason you have to sacrifice taste or health. A packed meal can be an extraordinarily delicious meal. The Portable Feast offers up more than one hundred recipes for inventive, wholesome dishes that are ready to roam. Preparing food…

April 2016 | Hardcover | 208 pages | $35.00

The Psychological Portrait

The Psychological Portrait

Written by Jacob Loewentheil

The definitive monograph on the pioneering photographer Marcel Sternberger, whose psychological portraits have defined the way we see the icons of recent history. Photographer Marcel Sternberger pioneered the technique of the “psychological portrait,” and redefined the boundaries of portrait iconography in the twentieth century. Combining an interest in contemporary art and science with the desire to break free from the constraints of conventional portraiture, Sternberger’s pictures reveal as much about their author and their time as…

April 2016 | Hardcover | 210 pages | $55.00

Sorolla and the Paris Years

Sorolla and the Paris Years

Written by Blanca Pons-Sorolla, VĂ©ronique Gerard-Powell, Dominique Lobstein and Maria Lopez Fernandez

Published on the occasion of a major retrospective, this gorgeous new survey focuses on the paintings related to the years Joaquín Sorolla spent in Paris. A native of Valencia, Spanish Impressionist Joaquín Sorolla (1863–1923) first went to Paris in 1885 as a young artist at the age of twenty-three. He exhibited at the international salons, winning the Grand Prix at the Exposition Universelle in 1900, and in 1906, he exhibited for the first time at the…

May 2016 | Hardcover | 248 pages | $50.00

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