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  • Francis Bacon: Couplings

    A focused look at double-figure paintings by the celebrated British artist, whose disturbing portrayals radically altered the genre of figurative painting in the twentieth century. This book highlights…

    September 2020 Hardcover $100.00 978-0-8478-6831-5

  • Karen LaMonte

    This first major monograph on feminist sculptor Karen LaMonte features her hauntingly beautiful works that draw upon the power of the sublime. LaMonte’s highly charged works embody a…

    September 2020 Hardcover $75.00 978-0-8478-6767-7

  • KRINK New York City

    Craig Costello, aka KR, grew up in Queens, New York, where graffiti was part of the landscape and a symbol of the city. While living in San Francisco,…

    April 2020 Hardcover $60.00 978-0-8478-6793-6

  • Lens on American Art

    A reflection of American art’s most iconic portraits that feature eyeglasses, and their significance to the artists–from Grant Wood to Alex Katz–through the lens of renowned art historian…

    March 2020 Hardcover $50.00 978-0-8478-6476-8

  • Michael Craig-Martin: Sculpture

    This volume celebrates a new body of work by British artist Michael Craig-Martin–monumental, vividly colored sculptures that explore the nature of illusion and belief. Since the 1960s Michael…

    September 2020 Hardcover $50.00 978-0-8478-6908-4

  • Paul Resika

    The first major survey on the graceful and colorful paintings of American artist Paul Resika. This new monograph is the most comprehensive book on the work of Paul…

    May 2020 Hardcover $75.00 978-0-8478-6481-2

  • Photo / Brut

    This groundbreaking volume on a boundary-stretching art form tackles unconventional approaches to photography and gives voice to forty marginalized and provocative artists from around the world. Photo Brut–a…

    April 2020 Hardcover $55.00 978-2-08-020432-5

  • Picasso and Maya: Father and Daughter

    A comprehensive exploration and chronicle of Picasso’s depictions of his eldest daughter, Maya, and the relationship between father and child. In 2016 and 2017, Diana Widmaier-Picasso curated two…

    September 2020 Hardcover $200.00 978-0-8478-6826-1

  • Richard Serra

    The first publication devoted to a new body of sculptures and drawings by one of the most celebrated artists of our time. This two-volume publication commemorates a trio…

    September 2020 Boxed Set $80.00 978-0-8478-6940-4

  • Roy Lichtenstein

    Roy before he was Lichtenstein: the path to becoming a Pop Art titan began with Lichtenstein’s cycling through a provocative range of visual culture, from fairy tales and…

    September 2020 Hardcover $55.00 978-0-8478-6868-1

  • Rudolf Polanszky

    Published on the occasion of Rudolf Polanszky’s first exhibition with Gagosian, this publication highlights recent paintings and sculptures by the Viennese artist. Rudolf Polanszky’s cerebral and uniquely multidisciplinary…

    September 2020 Hardcover $70.00 978-0-8478-6910-7

  • The Louvre

    Experience the Louvre’s majestic halls, grand galleries, and stunning artworks in this exquisite visit to the world-renowned museum­–highlighting beloved works of art alongside hidden gems, all situated in…

    September 2020 Hardcover $100.00 978-0-8478-6893-3

  • The World at Your Feet

    The Bata Shoe Museum has an extraordinary collection of more than 14,000 artifacts, dating from as far back as 4,500 years to the present day. Founded by Sonja…

    April 2020 Hardcover $50.00 978-0-8478-6785-1

  • Visions of the Self: Rembrandt and Now

    A legendary painting by Rembrandt forms the centerpiece of this exploration of self-portraits by leading artists of the twentieth and twenty-first centuries. Published to commemorate an exhibition presented…

    September 2020 Hardcover $100.00 978-0-8478-6907-7

  • Wolf Kahn

    The most definitive and up-to-date book on the vibrant paintings and pastels by this popular modern master, which now serves as a memorable tribute to his artistic legacy….

    September 2020 Hardcover $55.00 978-0-8478-6859-9