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With the creation of Skira Rizzoli Publishing, two of the world’s most renowned publishers of fine art books have come together to form an imprint focusing on museum publications. Both Skira and Rizzoli are internationally recognized for their diverse range of art, photography, architecture, and design titles, as well as their high standard of content, design, and production. Through superior-quality publications, Skira Rizzoli aims to bring museum exhibition content to a larger audience, promoting excellence in cultural commerce, scholarship, and in the teaching of history and criticism.

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Tiffany Glass Coloring Book

Tiffany Glass Coloring Book

Written by Jessica Palmer, Contribution by The New York Historical Society

An elegant new coloring book inspired by and celebrating the spectacular designs of Tiffany lamps at the New-York Historical Society. A new addition to the wildly successful coloring-book genre, the leaded, kaleidoscopic designs of the beloved 132 Tiffany Studios lamps and three windows in the Neustadt Collection at the New-York Historical Society lend themselves perfectly to the format of a coloring book. The new drawings by renowned British illustrator Jessica Palmer, sixty-five single-page and full-spread illustrations in…

September 2017 | Trade Paperback | 96 pages | $16.95

Toulouse- Lautrec and La Vie Moderne

Toulouse- Lautrec and La Vie Moderne

Edited by Phillip Dennis Cate, Contribution by Belinda Thomson, Fred Leeman, Christopher Lloyd and Art Services International

Accompanying a major traveling exhibition, this catalogue celebrates the groundbreaking avant-garde artists whose works embody the spirit and decadence of fin de siècle and Belle Époque Paris. Toulouse-Lautrec and La Vie Moderne is a celebration of the work of a generation of avant-garde artists at the turn of the nineteenth century in Paris who fought for artistic liberation against the strict codes of the Academy. Like the Impressionists and Post-Impressionists who preceded them, the Nabis, Incohérents,…

October 2013 | Hardcover | 320 pages | $75.00

Tracey Emin: Angel Without You

Tracey Emin: Angel Without You

Written by Tracey Emin, Contribution by Bonnie Clearwater, Gary Indiana and Museum of Contemporary Art North Miami

A bold and seductive catalogue capturing for the first time Tracey Emin’s ethereal and affecting works in neon. Language and the illumination of honesty are central to Tracey Emin’s work in all mediums, from drawings to sculptures, tapestries, films, and paintings, but no part of her canon quite embodies her trademark style of bold, open, and provocative expression as profoundly as her works in neon.  
      Collected here for the first such show in the United States, Emin’s neon…

November 2013 | Hardcover | 216 pages | $60.00

Treasures of American and English Painting and Decorative Arts

Treasures of American and English Painting and Decorative Arts

Written by William Keyse Rudolph and Alexandra Alevizatos Kirtley

An important catalog of one of the preeminent collections of British and American art. This volume highlights 126 of the Museum of the Shenandoah Valley’s outstanding examples of English and American paintings and decorative arts. Julian Wood Glass Jr. (1910–1992) created this distinctive collection to furnish his living quarters, particularly his ancestral home Glen Burnie Historic House in Winchester, Virginia. Among its treasures are stunning eighteenth-century British portraits by Sir Thomas Lawrence, Thomas Gainsborough, and George…

January 2011 | Hardcover | 248 pages | $50.00

Unexpected Pleasures

Unexpected Pleasures

Edited by Susan Cohn, Contribution by Deyan Sudjic

In recent decades, contemporary jewelry has transcended its role of adornment to challenge traditional meanings and become a signifier of new identities. Working in traditional mediums of gold and precious stones as well as with innovative materials, designers and artists are pushing the boundaries of the craft into the worlds of contemporary art, design, and fashion. 

This innovative book focuses on the historical precedents for art jewelry with works by artists such as Alexander Calder and Meret…

April 2012 | Hardcover | 240 pages | $55.00

The Ungovernables

The Ungovernables

Written by Eungie Joo

The follow-up to the very successful exhibition “Younger Than Jesus,” “The Ungovernables” is the highly anticipated second New Museum Triennial. The Ungovernables captures the perspectives, preoccupations, and experiences of an inventive and informed generation of international artists who came of age after the independence and revolutionary movements of the 1960s and 1970s. This important volume features thirty-four artists and artist collectives working in painting, sculpture, drawing, performance, video, and other activities. Through explorations of form, objecthood,…

March 2012 | Hardcover | 256 pages | $60.00

Urban Theater: New York Art in the 1980s

Urban Theater: New York Art in the 1980s

Contribution by Modern Art Museum Fort Worth, Text by Michael Auping, Andrea Karnes and Alison Hearst

Set to accompany a groundbreaking exhibition, this volume is the first to focus exclusively on New York’s 1980s art scene, reuniting many of today’s internationally renowned artists in relation to the urban context that shaped and inspired them. Vibrant and vital, discordant and even obscene, the New York art scene of the 1980s gave rise to some of the contemporary art world’s most recognizable features. As the artists who emerged in that decade now set records…

October 2014 | Hardcover | 204 pages | $55.00

Whitfield Lovell

Whitfield Lovell

Contribution by Sarah Lewis, Julie L McGee, Klaus Ottmann and Elsa Smithgall, Introduction by Irving Sandler

Accompanying a major exhibition, this book provides a comprehensive look at this MacArthur Fellows award–winning artist’s ongoing exploration of the African-American experience. Whitfield Lovell: Kin centers on a sumptuously reproduced portfolio of the artist’s Kin series, in which images of anonymous African-Americans are paired with found objects evoking their personalities and experiences. Tangible presences that powerfully connect with the viewer, Lovell’s works invoke issues of cultural heritage and personal identity as they imaginatively reflect the lives…

October 2016 | Hardcover | 224 pages | $55.00

William Glackens

William Glackens

Edited by Avis Berman, Contribution by Elizabeth Thompson Colleary, Heather Campbell Coyle, Judith F. Dolkart and Alicia G. Longwell

INDIEFAB Book of the Year Awards — 2014 Finalist

A monumental new monograph accompanying the first major retrospective in fifty years of the work of William Glackens, an important American realist painter. This richly illustrated volume provides a comprehensive introduction to William Glackens (1870-1938), one of the liveliest and most influential American painters of the early twentieth century. A founder of the Ashcan School, along with painters such as Robert Henri and John Sloan, Glackens was crucial…

February 2014 | Hardcover | 288 pages | $55.00

Youth and Beauty

Youth and Beauty

Edited by Teresa A. Carbone, Contribution by Bonnie Costello, Randall R. Griffey, Sarah M. Lowe and The Brooklyn Museum

Accompanying a nationally touring exhibition, this critical history of American art of the 1920s provides a fresh perspective on the strikingly original modernist imagery of the Jazz Age. Youth and Beauty is the first wide-ranging look at American art during the period following the Great War and before the onset of the Great Depression. This richly illustrated volume captures a glimpse into American life during a decade when urbanization, industrialization, and mechanization were revolutionizing the United…

October 2011 | Hardcover | 304 pages | $60.00

Yves Saint Laurent

Yves Saint Laurent

Written by Florence Müller, Foreword by Pierre Berge and Kimerly Rorschach

An intimate look at the famed designer and his work, revealing his artistic process and influence. Modernizing haute couture. Pioneering high-end ready-to-wear. Bringing masculine ease to women’s clothing. Legendary fashion designer Yves Saint Laurent’s reputation precedes him—but what of the man behind the work? Fashion historian and YSL expert Florence Müller traces Saint Laurent’s career, from aspiring designer to Christian Dior’s protégé to director of his own fashion house from 1961 until 2002. The book emphasizes…

October 2016 | Hardcover | 168 pages | $45.00

Zaha Hadid: Pierres Vives

Zaha Hadid: Pierres Vives

Written by Zaha Hadid Architects, Edited by Stephane Hof, Photographed by Helene Binet

A monographic look at Pierres Vives, Zaha Hadid’s latest major work, and its innovative approach to spatial design and urban planning. This book documents the ten-year creation of Pierres Vives, an imposing new public building by world-renowned architect Zaha Hadid. The 28,500-square-meter stone and concrete sculptural structure brings Hadid’s signature boundary-pushing spatial concepts to urban planning on a grand scale. Conceptualized as a “tree of knowledge” by Zaha Hadid as early as 2002, the structure combines…

April 2013 | Hardcover | 108 pages | $50.00

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