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Edited by Katy Siegel, Contribution by Daniel Belasco, John Elderfield and Suzanne Hudson
Following Frankenthaler’s own painting, as well as her influence on other artists, this volume traces artistic currents gathered under her name as they move outwards in different directions over time.
September 2015 | Trade Paperback | 272 pages | $40.00
Edited by Cecilia Alemani, Foreword by Donald R. Mullen, Jr., Contribution by Johanna Burton and Linda Yablonsky
The definitive book on High Line art, the public art program on the High Line, one of the most popular destinations in New York City. High Art surveys the first five...
May 2015 | Trade Paperback | 208 pages | $45.00
Written by Liz Rideal
This charmingly illustrated, highly informative field guide to understanding art history is small enough to fit in a pocket yet serious enough to provide real answers. This seventh entry in the...
April 2015 | Trade Paperback | 256 pages | $17.95
Written by Olivier Saillard and Tilda Swinton
An exquisitely illustrated examination of the influence of fashion, as conceived by Olivier Saillard and interpreted by Tilda Swinton. The Impossible Wardrobe documents three groundbreaking exhibitions curated by Olivier Saillard and...
September 2015 | Hardcover | 336 pages | $125.00
Edited by Maria Cristina Mundici, Photographed by Bepi Ghiotti
A photographic book on the museum house of one of the most eccentric female artists of the 20th century. With over a hundred photographs, this volume explores the rooms, objects, and...
April 2015 | Hardcover | 192 pages | $80.00
Written by Bryan Ray Turcotte, Michelle Carr and Gary P. Dent
The untold history of the seminal cultural venue Jabberjaw—the underground star of Los Angeles’s historic indie scene of the 1990s. Billing itself as a "coffeehouse art gallery" when it opened in...
August 2015 | Hardcover | 240 pages | $55.00
Introduction by Eckhard Schneider
This two-volume edition presents an overview of mosaics through which Jan Fabre has created a great epic on terror in beauty as a reflection on our own dark being. Jan Fabre...
May 2015 | Hardcover | 260 pages | $95.00
Written by Brigette Koyama-Richard
A sweeping journey through the history of Japanese animation, tracing this cultural phenomenon from its origins in traditional art to the present day. A dominant force in its home country since...
September 2015 | Hardcover | 248 pages | $19.98
Written by Robert Farris Thompson and Renee Richard
Featuring foldouts, candid photographs, and full-page color installation shots, this beautiful new book celebrates the work of Jean-Michel Basquiat over his brief but meteoric career. Dozens of historical photographs, both black-and-white...
April 2015 | Hardcover | 210 pages | $100.00
Written by Philip Tinari
"Hulk Elvis represents for me both Western and Eastern culture, a sense of a guardian, a protector, that at the same time is capable of bringing the house down.” —Jeff Koons
September 2015 | Trade Paperback | 54 pages | $100.00
Text by Jerry Speyer, Nicholas Baume, Jerome de Noirmont and Laurent Le Bon, Foreword by Larry Gagsian
April 2015 | Hardcover | 56 pages | $60.00
Written by John Elderfield
Oxyrhynchus is a city in upper Egypt that was established in 332 BC and is considered one of the most important archaeological sites ever discovered. Saville references the layer upon layer...
May 2015 | Hardcover | 100 pages | $100.00
Text by Chris Wiley
This catalog serves as a fully illustrated look into the world of artists Jonas Wood and Shio Kusaka, published in conjunction with the artists’ debut exhibition at Gagosian Gallery, Hong Kong....
September 2015 | Hardcover | 220 pages | $80.00
Edited by Pietro C. Marani and Maria Teresa Fiorio
A vast catalog dedicated to Leonardo’s entire oeuvre on the occasion of the largest exhibition realized on the genius, symbol of Italian art and creativity, during Milan Expo 2015. This volume...
June 2015 | Hardcover | 350 pages | $60.00
Contribution by Preston Scott Cohen, K. Michael Hays, Wes Jones, Robert Levit and Sylvia Lavin
The Tel Aviv Museum of Art’s Paul and Herta Amir Building provides a new approach for resolving tensions between divergent cultural agendas.
September 2015 | Hardcover | 224 pages | $60.00