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CONTENTS

KUNST Die mittelalterlichen Glasmalereien in Sachsen-­Anhalt Süd (ohne Halber­stadt und Naumburg) 4 Häuslich – persönlich – innerlich 5 Löwe, Wölfin, Greif 5 The Announcement 6 Petrarca und die bildenden Künste 6 Quasi vivo 7 Die Notizie de’ Professori del disegno von Filippo Baldinucci 7 Sammler, Sammlungen, Sammlungskulturen in Wien und Mitteleuropa 8 Leviathan – Thomas Hobbes, his embodied state, its contexts and sources 9 Zwischen Karten 9 La redécouverte de la couleur 10 Max Slevogts Netzwerke 11 Die Handlungsmacht ästhetischer Objekte 12 Holocaust Icons in Art 12 Bildungsschock 13 Schwebezustände 14 Linien, Gesten, Bücher 14 The Visionary Academy of Ocular Mentality 15 Welterschaffung – Kunstvernichtung 16 Retracing Political Dimensions 16 On the Impending Single History of Art 17 International Yearbook of Futurism Studies, 2020 18 Vorträge aus dem Warburg-Haus, Band 14 18 TOURISCS 19 Data Loam 19 Sich mit Sammlungen anlegen 20 Temporäre Unordnung 20 Rini Tandon 21 Architecture – Drawn 22

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Cornelia Aman, Ute Bednarz, Maria Deiters, Markus Leo Mock, Juliane Schirr, Martina Voigt

Die mittelalterlichen Glasmalereien in Sachsen-­ Anhalt Süd (ohne Halber­ stadt und Naumburg)

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Corpus Vitrearum Medii Aevi, XIX,5 Pages Ills. Format

480 201 b/w, 171 color 31.5 × 24.5 cm

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978-3-11-069278-5

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€ 129.95 $ 149.99 £ 118.00

Extensive documentation of medieval stained glass works et al. in the Merseburg Cathedral and the monastery churches in Schulpforte and Hadmersleben

New research on the art history of a central region in medieval Europe

Over 300 b/w and color illustrations

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This book is one of the nine Corpus Vitrearum Medii Aevi (CVMA) volumes in which the medieval stained glass works of Saxony-Anhalt are compiled. It includes sites in the south of the federal state, excluding the cathedrals in Halberstadt and Naumburg. The glass works come from the period between the thirteenth and sixteenth century, and range from the early

Hadmersleben, former monastery church

grisailles in Schulpforte and a Tree of Jesse cycle in Merseburg to pre-Reformation, very colorful imports of stained glass from Nuremberg in Eisleben. They show how this art form borrowed at various times from the east and west, the north and south, and thus arrived at individual solutions. As usual, the volume captivates with its high-quality color and black-and-white

Eisleben, St. Anne‘s Church

photos as well as its embedding of the holdings in art history and history in general. All authors are working at the Research Center for Medieval Stained Glass (CVMA) of the Berlin-Brandenburg Academy of Sciences and Humanities, Potsdam

Cathedral of Merseburg


Häuslich – persönlich – innerlich Bild und Frömmigkeitspraxis im Umfeld der Reformation Pages Ills. Format

500 150 b/w, 80 color 24.0 × 17.0 cm

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978-3-05-005164-2 978-3-05-005165-9

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New research on visual and religious practices at the time of the Reformation

Interdisciplinary approaches to a barely examined topic

German and English texts by international experts

The anthology introduces readers to the barely examined field of re­search on private visual and religious prac­ tices at the time of the Reformation and thus shows spheres of the private in the interplay between the “personal” and the “communal,” the “internal” and the “externally visible,” and the “familial” and the “public.” The texts trace laypersons’ interest in forms and methods of personally appropriating and internalizing faith from the perspectives of various disciplines, with a particular focus on visual works. The book makes individual genres and

groups of works, for instance, illustrated religious literature or small-format, mobile religious works, the focus of research, and addresses them anew with respect to the question of innovative pictorial strategies for living out one’s faith personally.

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Maria Deiters, Ruth Slenczka (Eds.)

Maria Deiters, Berlin Brandenburg Academy of Science and Humanities, Potsdam Ruth Slenczka, Luther- and Melanchthon House, Wittenberg, Germany

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Joanna Olchawa (Ed.)

Löwe, Wölfin, Greif

Monumentale Tierbronzen im Mittelalter Object Studies in Art History, 4 Pages Ills. Format HC

144 50 color 24.0 × 17.0 cm

978-3-11-061516-6 E-Book 978-3-11-062101-3 ENGLISH/GERMAN/ITALIAN OCTOBER 2020

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First comparative examination of monumental animal bronzes in the Middle Ages

New perspectives on the social and historical relevance of monumental objects

Comprehensive object analyses and classifications within art and cultural history

The “lion of Saint Mark's” in Venice, the “Capitoline wolf” in Rome, or the “griffin” on the imperial palace in Goslar: Monumental animal bronzes dominated many medieval cities and palaces. Whether taken from antiquity, reworked, and partially altered, or cast anew, they represent ideal figures of identification for single individuals or social groups until today due to their size, positioning, and generally open meaning. The book takes a look for the first time at selected bronzes south and north of the Alps, their histories and modes of reception from

a comparative and interdisciplinary perspective. Joanna Olchawa, Goethe University, Frankfurt


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Hana Gründler, Alessandro Nova, Itay Sapir (Eds.)

The Announcement Annunciations and Beyond Pages Ills. Format

280 180 b/w, 16 color 17.0 × 24.0 cm

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978-3-11-035921-3 E-Book 978-3-11-035922-0 ENGLISH/GERMAN/FRENCH JULY 2020

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New interpretations of the Annunciation in different genres

Research on the transformation of a motif from the Middle Ages to the modern age

Contributions from internationally renowned researchers

The Annunciation: a specific event recounted in the Bible and often represented in artworks, but also the prototype of many other announcements throughout the history of Western culture. This volume proposes new readings of pictorial Annunciations from the Middle Ages and the Early Modern period – treating aspects such as witnesses, inscriptions and architecture – as well as analyses of some visual echoes, reenactments of the announcement to Mary in sacred and profane contexts up to the twenty-first century. Among the latter are in­cluded

Venetian decoration glorifying the state, a Jean-Luc Godard film, a video art piece by Eija-Liisa Ahtila, Lars von Trier’s Melancholia and a saint’s bed­ room turned into a pilgrimage site. Hana Gründler and Alessandro Nova, Kunsthistorisches Institut in Florenz Itay Sapir, Université du Québec à Montréal

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Maria Antonietta Terzoli, Sebastian Schütze (Eds.)

Petrarca und die bildenden Künste

Dialoge, Spiegelungen, Transformationen Refigurationen, 3 Pages Ills. Format HC

448 123 b/w, 32 color 24.0 × 17.0 cm

978-3-11-068696-8 E-Book 978-3-11-068699-9 GERMAN/ITALIAN JULY 2020

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Interdisciplinary research in a dialogue between literary studies and art history

The history of the reception of Petrarch in the interplay between texts and images

Cultural history across genres and epochs

Petrarch intensively examined the visual arts of his time. He possessed a Madonna painting by Giotto and commissioned Simone Martini to create the unique frontispiece of his codex on Vergil. His works are key texts with respect to the discovery of the landscape and humanistic villa culture as well as the female portrait and the triumphant iconography of the Renaissance and the Baroque. The myth of the poet-prince associated with Petrarch has continued to offer a productive projection screen for both literati and artists up to modern times.

The texts in the book open up new perspectives on central aspects of Petrarch’s life and work and his importance as a charismatic phenomenon in the history of European art in a dialogue between literary studies and art history. Sebastian Schütze, University of Vienna Maria Antonietta Terzoli, University of Basel


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Quasi ViVo

About the art, art theory, and natural philosophy of “liveliness” between the thirteenth and seventeenth century

Liveliness as an experimental field in the arts

Case studies on Vasari, Michelangelo and Tizian

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Quasi vivo

Lebendigkeit in der italienischen Kunst der Frühen Neuzeit Naturbilder, 5 Pages Ills. Format

320 84 b/w, 16 color 17.0 × 24.0 cm

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978-3-11-037443-8 978-3-11-062216-4

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“Liveliness” is the dominant topos in the art and discourse on art of the early modern era. It is characterized by a paradox, since the works only seem to live. But what is also reflected in the fascination with almost living works at the same time is the impossibility of drawing rigid lines of demarcation between the living and the dead. The book examines the transitions between living and dead in case studies, for instance, based on early tombs, anatomical renderings, and sculptural monochromy as well as on the history of coloring, Vasari's teleology,

Michelangelo's non-finito, and Titian's portraits. What come into play are eroticism, monetary theory, the luster of eyes, and still-lifes, and also visual poetry, princely triumphal processions, and light and sculpture in the Baroque.

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Frank Fehrenbach

Frank Fehrenbach, University of Hamburg

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Isabell Franconi

Die Notizie de’ Professori del disegno von Filippo Baldinucci Verwissenschaftlichung kunsthistorischen Wissens im 17. Jahrhundert Pages Ills. Format

448 31 b/w, 53 color 24.0 × 17.0 cm

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978-3-11-063801-1 978-3-11-070247-7

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GERMAN SEPTEMBER 2020

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A first in-depth research work on the artist biographies of the Florentine scholar Filippo Baldinucci

New insights into artist biographies of the early modern era

Major contribution to the history of scholarship in the seventeenth century

Filippo Baldinucci, a painter and proficient connoisseur of art, intensively examined the question of historiographical writing. With his monumental collection of biographies, Notizie de’ Professori del disegno (1681–1728), he distanced himself from biographical literature oriented toward Vasari’s Vite, and wrote a scholarly, well-founded European history of art adhering to encyclopedic standards with a source-critical and scholarly basis. A close reading of the Notizie shows that Baldinucci did not intend to provide a follow-up to the Vite: He

finds harsh words for Vasari, and even though he shares his notion of the primacy of the arts, he leaves Vasari’s teleological model based on normative stipulations of a history of progress behind him. Isabell Franconi, Heinrich-Heine-Universitat, Düsseldorf


Research by the Vienna Center for the History of Collecting

Sammler, Sammlungen, Sammlungskulturen in Wien und Mitteleuropa

New Series

Ed. by Sebastian Schütze

The new series publishes anthologies and individual studies conducted by the research centre. The aim of the research center is to systematically examine collectors, collections, and collecting cultures in Vienna and Central Europe and situate them within the larger history of art and culture. The underlying research questions include the presentation of objects in the rooms of collections and the motivations, purchase policies, acquisition strategies, and roles of the individuals involved, which besides the collectors themselves, also encompass artists, art dealers, and art historians. Artistic and aesthetic questions are thus directly linked with economic and sociohistorical aspects.

Vol. 1: Sebastian Schütze (Ed.) Sammler, Sammlungen, Sammlungskulturen in Wien und Mitteleuropa Pages 304 Ills. 100 b/w, 10 color Format 24.0 × 17.0 cm HC 978-3-11-060500-6 € 59.95 [D] E-Book 978-3-11-060645-4 € 59.95 [D] GERMAN/ENGLISH/ITALIAN NOVEMBER 2020

Vol. 2: Sebastian Schütze (Ed.) Kunst- und Kulturtransfer zwischen Neapel, Wien und Mitteleuropa Pages 288 Ills. 130 color Format 24.0 × 17.0 cm HC 978-3-11-060500-6 € 49.95 [D] E-Book 978-3-11-060645-4 € 49.95 [D] GERMAN/ENGLISH/ITALIAN NOVEMBER 2020

Vol. 3: Carina Weißmann Die Bronzen des Massimiliano Soldani Benzi (1656–1740). Repräsentationsstrategien des europäischen Adels um 1700 Pages 496 Ills. 230 b/w, 80 color Format 22.0 x 28.0 cm HC 978-3-11-069365-2 € 79.95 [D] GERMAN MARCH 2021


Leviathan – Thomas Hobbes, his embodied state, its contexts and sources Pages Ills. Format

202 51 b/w 24.0 × 15.0 cm

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978-3-11-068136-9 978-3-11-068141-3

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First English edition of the German longseller

Comprehensive analysis of the most famous frontispiece of the book history

New insights on Hobbes and the role of “authorative” images

Horst Bredekamp’s subject is the surprising resonance of the image of the embodied state that dominates the frontispiece to Leviathan: the treatise on humanity in its “political” dimension published in 1651 by the English philosopher Thomas Hobbes. Opening with a succinct exposition of how intimately this image is related to some of the fundamental themes addressed by Hobbes, Bredekamp then rigorously pursues the art-historical question of the authorship of the title-page. In the central chapters, the frontispiece is assessed in relation

both to venerable visual and intellectual traditions and to some of the scientific innovations of the mid-17th century. The conclusion is devoted to the importance of several of the most far-reaching preoccupations of Hobbes as a profound and original thinker.

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Horst Bredekamp

Translated from German by Elizabeth Clegg Horst Bredekamp, Humboldt University, Berlin

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Amrei Buchholz

Zwischen Karten

Alexander von Humboldts Atlas géographique et physique des régions équinoxiales du Nouveau Continent Ars et Scientia, 25 Pages Ills. Format

267 28 b/w, 16 color 24.0 × 17.0 cm

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978-3-11-063807-3 978-3-11-069083-5

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New insights into the cartography of Alexander von Humboldt

Innovative research on topographical visual media around 1800

Plural visual mediums, virtual space, and the mediation of knowledge around 1800

After returning from his American research expedition, Alexander von Humboldt worked on an atlas of the “New Continent,” the Atlas géographique et physique des régions équinoxiales du Nouveau Continent. The thirty-nine maps in the atlas provide information about the genesis of the Earth and the interaction of the forces of nature as well as the cultural-historical development of geographic knowledge itself. Amrei Buchholz describes the conception and production of the atlas for the first time. She shows that Humboldt’s

presentation of knowledge, which has hitherto not been addressed by the research, is exemplary for the practice of mediating knowledge visually around 1800, in which heterogeneous types and topics of presentation were brought together heuristically. Amrei Buchholz, University of Hamburg


Francine Giese (Ed.)

La redécouverte de la couleur Pages Ills. Format

120 106 color 21.0 × 14.8 cm

978-3-11-069671-4 GERMAN/FRENCH MAY 2020

€ 19.95 $ 22.99 £ 18.00

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Moses Harris, The Natural System of Colours

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New research on the glass art and on color theory of the nineteenth and twentieth century

Transnational aspects of the phenomenon of color in glass art

German and French contributions

Exhibition Vitromusée Romont June 21st, 2020 to February 28th, 2021 American pattern of opalescent glass

The catalogue is dedicated to diverse aspects of the rediscovery of color in the glass art of the nineteenth and twentieth century. The influential color theories of Isaac Newton, Michel Eugène Chevreul, Owen Jones, or Johannes Itten, which created the theoretical basis, are addressed as well as methods for producing stained glass developed by artists such as Clement

Heaton, Charles Wasem, or Marcel Poncet, and Islamic art, which served as a source of inspiration. The examination of color and the expansion of the existing color palette in glass art are then presented based on works created within the context of the opalescent era in American stained glass, the Bauhaus, and the revival of Swiss stained glass by the St-Luc group.

Francine Giese, Director of the Vitrocentre and the Vitromusée, Romont


Gregor Wedekind, Generaldirektion Kulturelles Erbe (Eds.)

Max Slevogts Netzwerke

Phoenix. Mainzer kunstwissenschaftliche BiBliothek

Kunst-, Kultur- und Intellektuellengeschichte des späten Kaiserreichs und der Weimarer Republik Phoenix. Mainzer kunstwissenschaftliche Bibliothek, 6 Pages Ills. Format

304 84 b/w, 16 color 24.0 × 17.0 cm

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978-3-11-066095-1

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Gregor Wedekind (Hrsg.)

in Verbindung mit der Generaldirektion Kulturelles Erbe Rheinland-Pfalz

Max slEvoGts nEtzwErkE

Kunst-, Kultur- und IntelleKtuellengeschIchte des späten KaIserreIchs und der WeImarer republIK

Modern art in Germany

History of collectors and intellectuals of the late German Empire and Weimar Republic

History of an artist as a history of culture

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The very multifaceted artist Max Slevogt had contact with many different circles. As a leading member of the Berlin Secession and then the Prussian Academy of Art, he had an outstanding network and was a central figure on the art scene in Germany from the turn of century until the 1920s. The texts in the book situate Max Slevogt within the intellectual

Also interesting Blick zurück nach vorn Neue Forschungen zu Max Slevogt Pages Ills. Format

272 77 b/w, 21 color 24.0 × 17.0 cm

HC 978-3-11-044816-0 € 49,95 [D] $ 57.99 £ 45.50 GERMAN NOVEMBER 2016

history of the late German Empire and the Weimar Republic and thus attempt to classify his work from the perspective of art and cultural history. Max Slevogt’s extremely complex artistic practice is described based its intellectual, material, and communicative requirements. The constitution of his oeuvre and his identity as an artist hence go hand in hand and, as net-

like structures, give rise to reciprocal interactions. Gregor Wedekind, Johannes Gutenberg University Mainz


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Annika Schlitte, Markus Verne, Gregor Wedekind (Eds.)

Die Handlungsmacht ästhetischer Objekte Phoenix. Mainzer kunstwissenschaftliche Bibliothek, 7 Pages Ills. Format

208 75 b/w 24.0 × 17.0 cm

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978-3-11-070279-8

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Contributions to a new aesthetics

Interdisciplinary research on object theory and cultural processes

With texts by renowned scholars

Aesthetic experiences are basically inconceivable without specific objects. What consequences does this object-relatedness have for the nature of aesthetic experience? To what extent do aesthetic objects also determine how they are experienced? The texts in the book consider their topic on the one hand empirically through examining concrete aesthetic objects from art, popular culture, and religion, but on the other, also by means of historical and theoretical reflections. By examining new adjustments to theory such as post-humanism, actor-net-

work theory, object-oriented rational ontology, and speculative realism, conventional social-constructive explanatory models are transcended in favor of defining the aesthetic as a necessary interplay between object and experience. Annika Schlitte, Markus Verne, Gregor Wedekind, Johannes Gutenberg University Mainz

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Batya Brutin

Holocaust Icons in Art: The Warsaw Ghetto Boy and Anne Frank Pages Ills. Format

213 25 b/w, 116 color 24.0 × 17.0 cm

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978-3-11-065316-8 978-3-11-065691-6

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First comprehensive analysis of the two best-known visual representations of children in the Holocaust

Detailed examination of the reception history of both photographs

The photographs of the unknown Warsaw Ghetto little boy and the wellknown Anne Frank became famous documents worldwide, representing the Holocaust. Many artists adopted them as a source of inspiration to express their feelings and ideas about Holocaust events in general and to deal with the fate of these two victims in particular. Moreover, the artists emphasized the uniqueness of both children, but at the same time used their image to convey social and political messages. Because they represent different sexes, and different

aspects – Western and Eastern Jewry – of Holocaust experience, artists used them in many contexts. This book will complete the lack of comprehensive research referring to the visual representations of these children in artworks. Batya Brutin, Beit Berl Academic College and Bar Ilan University, Israel


Tom Holert, Haus der Kulturen der Welt (Eds.)

Bildungsschock

Lernen, Politik und Architektur in den 1960er und 1970er Jahren Pages Ills. Format

320 130 color 30.0 × 22.5 cm

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978-3-11-070126-5

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Impressive archive of images and texts on the educational reforms, experiments, and upheavals of the 1960s and 70s

Interleaving of the history of education and architecture from a global perspective

Focus on social and pedagogical spaces as places for political action and thought

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Bildungsschock (Education Shock) takes a look at the ramifications of the “Sputnik shock” of 1957. After the Soviet Union outmaneuvered the West with its unexpected success in the space race, education expanded on a global scale so as to cope with the “global educational crisis” in the postwar order. Under pressure from demographic and technological devel-

opments, social movements, and cultural changes, learning itself, but also spaces for learning were conceived and planned anew. In cooperation with artists, scholars, and architects, Tom Holert examines an era of reforms, experiments, and upheavals that current debates should rediscover as an archival resource. The richly illustrated volume accompanies the exhibition

of the same name at the Haus der Kulturen der Welt, Berlin, in the spring of 2021. Tom Holert, Art historian, curator, and artist, Berlin

Exhibition Haus der Kulturen der Welt, Berlin January 21st to April 12th, 2021

Lesson in the Bielefeld Laboratory School, summer 1977

New schools for new cities - mobile lessons from buses, 1970


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Linda Walther

Schwebezustände Frauen von Thomas Schütte Pages Ills. Format

272 69 color 24.0 × 17.0 cm

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978-3-11-067111-7

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€ 49.95 $ 57.99 £ 45.50

New research on one of the most successful sculptors of today

Detailed analysis of a provocative group of works

Awarded the Paul Clemen Prize in 2019

Thomas Schütte’s Frauen (Women) reactivate the intensely debated field of the conventional female nude, which was largely regarded as anachronistic at the end of the twentieth century, in a monumental format and with perplexing figuration. The monograph approaches the group of works Frauen based on five areas of analysis, ranging from the production of the figures to the exhibiting of them in diverse contexts. It elucidates at what points, in what manifestations, and with what functions a principle of being kept in a state of flux becomes productive,

since this principle is what keeps the large, hundreds-of-kilos-heavy sculptures in motion and thus opens up questions with respect to the human, female figure and options for depicting it in monumental sculpture. Linda Walther, Bielefeld

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Sabine Mainberger

Linien, Gesten, Bücher Zu Henri Michaux Pages Ills. Format

304 26 b/w 24.0 × 17.0 cm

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978-3-11-070262-0

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Innovative linking of anthropological theory and analysis of a bi-medial œuvre

Intercultural aesthetics (Europe/China)

Henri Michaux in the context of the discourses on lines in the twentieth and twenty-first century

This study focuses on various scenes of calligraphy, practices and conceptualizations of lines, and questions of book aesthetics in Henri Michaux’s (1899–1984) pictorial, literary oeuvre. The theoretical horizon is provided by current approaches to knowledge of the body and motion, kinesthesia, habitus, body-memory, et al. in anthropology and the social sciences. In the twofold break with traditional functions of the graphic line and the notation function of text, the emphasis here is on writing as a body technique and performance as well as impro-

vised graphic records. An art of the motoric is nevertheless encountered in the form of books and generally combined with texts. Problems of approaching “Western” and Chinese (text) art are also discussed from a praxeological perspective. Sabine Mainberger, University of Bonn


Luca Del Baldo

The Visionary Academy of Ocular Mentality Atlas of the Iconic Turn

L UCA DEL BALDO

THE VISIONARY ACADEMY OF OCULAR MENTALITY

Pages Ills. Format

324 85 color 23.0 × 15.5 cm

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978-3-11-069519-9

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ATLAS OF THE ICONIC TURN

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A unique modern academy of scholars

Complex reflections about portraits

Forewords by Horst Bredekamp and W.J.T. Mitchell

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Luca Del Baldo's Visionary Academy of Ocular Mentality is an extraordinary testament in the recent history of visual studies. It brings together a group of outstanding scholars who have devoted their lives to art history, philosophy, history, ethnology, focussing predominantly on questions of human perception and imagination. Working from photographs provided by the

Hans Belting

Donna Haraway

scholars, Luca Del Baldo painted his series of nearly ninety portraits reproduced in this book. The portraits are accompanied by texts written by the persons portrayed, in response to their portrayal, and as an exchange: the artist gifted the original painting to the portrayed person, and the portrayed gifted her or his response. “The result is a unique and profound conversation

Arthur C. Danto

between image and text focussed on the enigma of the human face in all its mediations.” (W.J.T. Mitchell) Luca del Baldo, Como

Svetlana Alpers


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Christiane Kruse

Welterschaffung – Kunstvernichtung Kunst in Zeiten der Bilder Pages Ills. Format

368 90 color 24.0 × 17.0 cm

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978-3-11-068090-4 978-3-11-068096-6

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Cultural analysis of Western image culture of the past 500 years

Dis/simulation as a cultural technique

A critical examination of approaches to image studies by Hans Belting, Horst Bredekamp, Gottfried Boehm, Hans Dieter Huber, J.W.T. Michell, Thomas Macho, and many more

The present is an age of images. But what becomes of a culture in which only very few pictures are still made by hand, in which people no longer draw or paint, in which hardly anyone still works as a sculptor? And how does the individual’s power of imagination change when everything is made visible, everything is shown, and nothing is hidden anymore? The book outlines a perspective on studies of image culture based on the question of the mutual dependencies of image and art, which flow into our present in an “artification” of the world. The

book examines the influence of art images on exemplary image cultures in a period of time from the beginning of the concept of art in the fourteenth century up to the present. Christiane Kruse, Muthesius Kunsthochschule Kiel

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Oliver Grau, Inge Hinterwaldner (Eds.)

Retracing Political Dimensions

Strategies in Contemporary New Media Art Pages Ills. Format

304 46 b/w, 24 color 24.0 × 17.0 cm

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978-3-11-067094-3 978-3-11-067098-1

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ENGLISH NOVEMBER 2020

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Global political issues, like climate, surveillance and image revolution visually debated by new media arts

New contributions for Image Science and Media Art Histories

Contributions of reknown internatial authors

At the beginning of the 21st century, new forms and dynamics of interplay are constituted at the interfaces of media, art and politics. Current challenges in society and ecology, like climate, surveillance, virtualization of the global financial markets, are characterized by hybrid and subtle technologies. They are ubiquitous, turn out to be increasingly complex and act invasively. New media art utilizes its broad range of expression in order to tackle the most urgent topics through multi-sensorial, participatory, and activist approaches. This volume shows

how media artists address, with a political lens, the core of these developments critically and productively. Oliver Grau, Danube University, Krems Inge Hinterwaldner, Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT)


James Elkins

The Impending Single History of Art

North Atlantic Art History and its Alternatives Pages Ills. Format

240 30 b/w, 4 color 24.0 × 17.0 cm

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978-3-11-068110-9

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The most international book on contemporary art history, drawing on research in 76 countries.

Comprehensive review of recent theories of world art, including decolonial theory, the post-national, multiple modernisms

Detailed account of the forms of logic that characterize contemporary academic writing in art history

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The Impending Single History of Art is the most globally informed book on world art history, drawing on research in 76 countries. Inaddition some chapters have been crowd sourced: posted on the internet for comments, which have been incorporated into the text. It covers the principal accounts of Eurocentrism, center and margins, circulations and atlases of art, decolo-

nial theory, incommensurate cultures, the origins and dissemination of the “October” model, problems of access to resources, models of multiple modernisms, and the emergence of English as the de facto lingua franca of art writing. James Elkins, School of the Art Institute of Chicago

“James Elkins has written the most thoughtful and comprehensive overview of the prospects facing the construction of a global or world art history currently available.” (Keith Moxey)


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Günter Berghaus (Ed.)

International Yearbook of Futurism Studies, 2020 Pages Ills. Format

464 62 b/w 23.0 × 15.5 cm

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978-3-11-070208-8 978-3-11-070220-0

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International links of the Futurist art movement

New research on futuristic caricatures and satires

Contributions of internatial experts

Volume 10 examines how the innovative impulses that came from Italy were creatively merged with indigenous traditions and how many national variants of Futurism emerged from this fusion. Ten essays investigate various aspects of Italian Futurism and its links to Austria, Georgia, France, Hungary and Portugual and in fields such as Typography, Olfaction, Photography. Section 2 examines seven examples of caricatures and satires of Futurism in the contemporary press, followed by Section 3, reporting on the Archiv der Avantgarden (AdA)

in Dresden. Section 4 communicates bibliographic details of 120 book publications on Futurism in the period 2017–2020, including exhibition catalogues, conference proceedings and editions. Günter Berghaus, University of Bristol

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Vorträge aus dem Warburg-Haus, Vol. 14 Pages Ills. Format

170 85 b/w, 85 tables 24.0 × 17.0 cm

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978-3-11-065652-7 978-3-11-069279-2

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GERMAN MARCH 2020

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Highlights from the lectures held at the WarburgHaus, Hamburg

New research contributions on topics from the Middle Ages to the present time

Texts by art-historians and literary scholars

The fourteenth volume of the Vorträge aus dem Warburg-Haus brings together lectures, whose spectrum of contents extends from the “pillar of angels” of the Strasbourg Cathedral to the aesthetic potential of “mille artifex” in the early modern period and views of the island of Taiwan on leather wall hangings of the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries, up to Donald Trump’s use of images. With texts by Jacqueline E. Jung, Jörg Jochen Berns, Elisabeth Bronfen, Shai-Shu Tzeng, and Uwe Fleckner.

Jacqueline E. Jung, Yale University, New Haven Jorg Jochen Berns, University of Marburg Elisabeth Bronfen, University of Zürich Shai-Shu Tzeng, National Taiwan Normal University, Taipeh Uwe Fleckner, University of Hamburg


TOURISTIKEN / TOURISCS

Transmediale Arbeiten über Freizeit im Anthropozän / Transmedia Works on Leisure in the Anthropocene Edition Angewandte Pages Ills. Format

112 100 color 26.5 × 21.0 cm

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978-3-11-069557-1 ENGLISH/GERMAN OCTOBER 2020

€ 29.95 $ 34.99 £ 27.00

Innovative discussion of the phenomenon of tourism and its risks

Artistic transmedia works on tourism and leisure pursuits

An artistic chronicle of travel as a foray

Text contributions by experts in the context of the Anthropocene debate

“The tourist destroys what he seeks by finding it.” (H.M. Enzensberger) In her artistic transmedia work, Catherine Ludwig investigates global phenomena of collective leisure pursuits and their effect on the Earth. Her oeuvre provides an insight into human rela­ tionships and the structures of power they are based on. Different epochs and (open) spaces are analyzed with a view to nature and public space; how is public space constituted and how is it experienced by us? What are the ideas of nature that become estab­ lished? And how do they form spaces

that have been opened up for the purpose of tourism? There is a longing for unadulterated nature, which is marketed in images, and yet, in reality, this has become very difficult to find. Because, in the Anthropocene age, almost everything has been opened up and exploited.

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Fred Luks (Ed.), Catherine Ludwig

Catherine Ludwig, artist, lives and works in Vienna, travels Fred Luks, economist, sustainability researcher, journalist, Vienna

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Johnny Golding, Martin Reinhart, Mattia Paganelli (Eds.)

Data Loam

Sometimes Hard, Usually Soft. On the Future of Knowledge Systems Edition Angewandte Pages Ills. Format

464 300 color 23.0 × 17.0 cm

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978-3-11-068007-2 978-3-11-069784-1

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New approaches to artificial intelligence, cybernetics, and cryptoeconomics in the context of contemporary art

Alternative models of data mining, data indexing, data correlation, and historic analyses

The significance of knowledge in the twenty-first century as an expression of sense/sensuality, experiment, curiosity, and risk

As a reaction to the dominant effect and interpretive authority of the digi­tal, Data Loam combines radical approaches based on positions taken in the international practice of con­ temporary art. Previously: insistence on indexicality and the instrumental reduction of knowledge. Instead: a new metric that requires play, curiosity, experiment, and risk. As an urgent response to the continually growing flood of information that libraries, search engines, and cultural institutions are exposed to, the authors develop approaches

that suggest and permit sensual logic, causal permeability, and new forms of man–machine interaction. Data Loam focuses on the future of knowledge systems in texts about artificial intelligence, cybernetics, and cryptoeconomics – as a means of counteracting end-of-the-world fears. Johnny Golding, Royal College of Art, London Martin Reinhart, filmmaker, Vienna Mattia Paganelli, Royal College of Art, London


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Martina Griesser-Stermscheg, Nora Sternfeld, Luisa Ziaja (Eds.)

Sich mit Sammlungen anlegen

Gemeinsame Dinge und alternative Archive Edition Angewandte Pages Ills. Format

256 30 color 21.0 × 14.7 cm

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978-3-11-070044-2 978-3-11-070051-0

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An innovative discussion about collections and archives

Collecting, storing, archiving in theory and in practice

Statements from numerous international experts who curate and create collections

With artists’ contributions

The book investigates the subject of collecting from a critical perspective that queries and expands on the ex­ isting ideas of museums and archives. The approach starts from voices that criticize the absence of items and associations in collections; it then progresses to the discussion of various new collecting strategies. The point is to take collecting seriously against a trend towards media impact-oriented exhibitions and an “economization” of collections: in order to think differently and afford it a long-term place with a view to de-

mocratization, facilitation, relationality, and immateriality. In addition to theoretical texts and artistic contributions, the publication comprises spotlight-type discussions: statements from experts who curate and create collections – and who critically engage with them. Martina Griesser-Stermscheg, Nora Sternfeld, Luisa Ziaja, ecm – educating/curating/managing, University of Applied Arts Vienna

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Parlamentsdirektion – Projekt Sanierung Parlament, Universität für angewandte Kunst Wien, Pascal Petignat (Eds.)

Temporäre Unordnung 782 Abbildungen aus dem Parlaments­ gebäude im Leerstand Edition Angewandte Pages Ills. Format

288 782 color 29.0 × 22.5 cm

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978-3-11-070240-8

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The interaction of architecture, art, and politics: a photographic investigation

With a comment from the publisher, statements from the students, and an essay on politics and imagery

Cooperation project of the Parliament Directorate of the Republic of Austria and the University of Applied Arts Vienna

We live in an age of omnipresent and calculated images; what opportunity have photographers to approach a historically charged prestigious building without the risk of being instrumentalized? Is it possible that photographs and artistic work in an empty building can say more than that the building is temporarily no longer used for its original purpose? In a cooperation project of the University of Applied Arts Vienna with the Directorate of the Austrian Parliament, students of the Department of Applied Photography and Time-Based

Media had the opportunity to investigate the historic building at the Ring shortly after parliament had moved out, and to find answers to these questions. Parliament Directorate, Republic of Austria University of Applied Arts Vienna, Pascal Petignat, University of Applied Arts Vienna


Sabine Folie (Ed.)

Rini Tandon. to spaces unsigned

Works, Concepts, Processes 1976–2020 / Arbeiten, Konzepte, Prozesse 1976–2020 Edition Angewandte Pages Ills. Format SC

320 300 color 30.0 × 23.0 cm

978-3-11-070045-9 ENGLISH/GERMAN NOVEMBER 2020

€ 39.95 $ 45.99 £ 36.50

First comprehensive publication with an overview of Rini Tandon’s oeuvre

Cross-media spatial strategies: works on paper, paintings, sculptures, installations, photographs, and videos

Work portrait of an artist between two continents

With texts by well-known authors

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Rini Tandon’s work is characterized by a poetic cross-media approach: her oeuvre comprises works on paper, paintings, and sculptures, as well as photographs and videos. This monograph provides, for the first time, an overview of the oeuvre of the artist, who was born in India and lives in Austria, and who studied under Nasreen Mohamedi at the Faculty of

Installation view, 1986, Galerie Grita Insam, Vienna

Fine Arts of the University of Baroda. The book takes the reader on a fascinating journey – from Rini Tandon’s early work, which already showed an affinity for sculptural expression, ­through to her post-minimalist geometric sculptures and her interventions in architectural and landscape space. As a result of her engagement with dig­i­tal modernism she finally pro-

duced experimental setups and videos with a scientific slant. Sabine Folie, art historian, author, and freelance curator, Director of VALIE EXPORT Center Linz

Shooting Location, 2010, C-Print on Diasec, 100 × 140 × 2.5 cm


Klaus Jan Philipp

Architecture – Drawn From the Middle Ages to the Present Pages Ills. Format HC

352 255 color 33.0 × 24.0 cm 978-3-03821-573-8

ENGLISH AUGUST 2020

€ 79.95 $ 91.99 £ 72.50

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Published by

Very readable reference work on the key medium in design: the drawing

Comprehensive synopsis from the Middle Ages to today with numerous attractive plates

Typologically structured

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The two-dimensional drawing with plan layout, elevation, and section is a necessary prerequisite for all building. Perspectives help to give three-dimensional expression to the architect’s ideas. In order to convey architecture and to build it, drawings at a reduced scale are mandatory, for the architect as much as for tradesmen and clients.

This book recounts the historical development of architectural drawings and thus provides an insight into the fascinating world of this medium. It not only shows plain technical drawings but mainly focuses on impressive inventions of almost artistic quality that surprise again and again. It thus is a convincing appeal to constantly renew ways of drawing

architecture and thereby to imagine future worlds. Klaus Jan Philipp, Institute of Architectural History, University of Stuttgart


Angkor Wat – A Transcultural History of Heritage Volume 1: Angkor in France. From Plaster Casts to Exhibition Pavilions. Volume 2: Angkor in Cambodia. From Jungle Find to Global Icon Michael Falser 2019. 1150 pages 28.0 × 21.0 cm Numerous ills. HC 978-3-11-033572-9 En € 172.95 / $ 198.99 / £ 157.00

The Basilica of the Annunciation in Nazareth Where the world became flesh Einat Segal, Assaf Pinkus, Gil Fishhof (Eds.) 2020. 232 pages 24.0 × 17.0 cm 56 b/w ills., 56 color ills. HC 978-3-11-064514-9 En € 68.95 / $ 79.99 / £ 62.50

About Sieves and Sieving Motif, Symbol, Technique, Paradigm Barbara Baert 2019. 134 pages 23.0 × 15.5 cm 52 color ills. SC 978-3-11-060614-0 En € 25.95 / $ 29.99 / £ 23.50 E-Book 978-3-11-060821-2 En € 25.95 / $ 29.99 / £ 23.50

E-Book 978-3-11-033584-2 En € 172.95 / $ 198.99 / £ 157.00

Handbook of Art and Global Migration Theories, Practices, and Challenges Burcu Dogramaci, Birgit Mersmann (Eds.)

HC 978-3-11-047600-2 En € 39.95 / $ 45.99 / £ 36.50 E-Book 978-3-11-047667-5 En € 39.95 / $ 45.99 / £ 36.50

Beyond “Art Collections” Owning and Accumulating Objects from the Greek Antiquity to the Early Modern Period Gianfranco Adornato, Gabriella Cirucci, Walter Cupperi (Eds.) 2020. 260 pages 24.0 × 17.0 cm 63 b/w ills., 7 color ills. HC 978-3-11-053791-8 En/Ger/It € 69.95 / $ 80.99 / £ 63.50 E-Book 978-3-11-053981-3 En/Ger/It € 69.95 / $ 80.99 / £ 63.50

Dynamis of the Image Moving Images in a Global World Emmanuel Alloa, Chiara Cappelletto (Eds.)

2020. 240 pages 24.0 × 17.0 cm 40 b/w ills., 100 color ills.

2020. 388 pages 24.0 × 17.0 cm 100 b/w ills., 32 color ills.

SC 978-3-11-060364-4 En € 29.95 / $ 34.99 / £ 27.00

HC 978-3-11-052874-9 En € 59.95 / $ 68.99 / £ 54.50

E-Book 978-3-11-060515-0 En € 29.95 / $ 34.99 / £ 27.00

E-Book 978-3-11-053054-4 En € 59.95 / $ 68.99 / £ 54.50

Socializing Art Museums Rethinking the Public‘s Experience Alejandra Alonso Tak, Ángel Pazos-López (Eds.)

Museum and Archive on the Move Changing Cultural Institutions in the Digital Era Oliver Grau (Ed.), Wendy Coones, Viola Rühse

2020. 400 pages 24.0 × 17.0 cm 52 b/w ills., 30 color ills. HC 978-3-11-064632-0 En € 79.95 / $ 91.99 / £ 72.50 E-Book 978-3-11-066208-5 En € 79.95 / $ 91.99 / £ 72.50

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2019. 428 pages 24.0 × 17.0 cm 250 b/w ills.

Ecologies, Aesthetics, and Histories of Art Hannah Baader, Gerhard Wolf, Sugata Ray (Eds.)

2017. 316 pages 24.0 × 17.0 cm 39 b/w ills., 35 color ills. HC 978-3-11-052051-4 En € 39.95 / $ 45.99 / £ 36.50 E-Book 978-3-11-052963-0 En € 39.95 / $ 45.99 / £ 36.50

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The Indigenous Lens? Early Photography in the Near and Middle East Markus Ritter, Staci G. Scheiwiller (Eds.) 2017. 348 pages 24.0 × 17.0 cm 34 b/w ills., 101 color ills. SC 978-3-11-049135-7 En € 69.95 / $ 80.99 / £ 63.50

The Colors of Photography Bettina Gockel (Ed.) 2020. 152 pages 24.0 × 17.0 cm 84 color ills. SC 978-3-11-065028-0 En € 49.95 / $ 57.99 / £ 45.50 E-Book 978-3-11-066148-4 En € 49.95 / $ 57.99 / £ 45.50

E-Book 978-3-11-059087-6 En € 69.95 / $ 80.99 / £ 63.50

Hunting without Weapons On the Pursuit of Images Maurice Saß (Ed.) 2017. 282 pages 24.0 × 17.0 cm 80 b/w ills., 35 color ills. HC 978-3-11-054387-2 En/Ger € 59.95 / $ 68.99 / £ 54.50

Nature and the Arts in Early Modern Naples Frank Fehrenbach, Joris van Gastel (Eds.) 2020. 296 pages 24.0 × 17.0 cm 83 b/w ills., 25 color ills. HC 978-3-11-059922-0 En € 68.95 / $ 79.99 / £ 62.50

Science in Color Visualizing Achromatic Knowlegde Bettina Bock von Wülfingen (Ed.) 2019. 239 pages 23.0 × 15.5 cm 100 color ills. SC 978-3-11-060468-9 En € 33.95 / $ 39.99 / £ 31.00 E-Book 978-3-11-060521-1 En € 33.95 / $ 39.99 / £ 31.00

Chiaroscuro als ästhetisches Prinzip Kunst und Theorie des Helldunkels 1300–1550 Claudia Lehmann, Norberto Gramaccini, Johannes Rößler, Thomas Dittelbach (Eds.) 2018. 426 pages 24.0 × 17.0 cm 86 b/w ills., 35 color ills. HC 978-3-11-050035-6 En/Ger/Fr € 69.95 / $ 80.99 / £ 63.50 E-Book 978-3-11-054732-0 En/Ger/Fr € 69.95 / $ 80.99 / £ 63.50

Material Histories of Time Objects and Practices, 14th-19th Centuries Gianenrico Bernasconi, Susanne Thürigen (Eds.) 2020. 224 pages 24.0 × 17.0 cm 50 color ills. HC 978-3-11-062213-3 En/Fr € 39.95 / $ 45.99 / £ 36.50 E-Book 978-3-11-062503-5 En/Fr € 39.95 / $ 45.99 / £ 36.50

Object Fantasies Experience & Creation Philippe Cordez, Romana Kaske, Julia Saviello, Susanne Thürigen (Eds.) 2018. 242 pages 24.0 × 17.0 cm 62 b/w ills. HC 978-3-11-047613-2 En/Ger € 39.95 / $ 45.99 / £ 36.50 E-Book 978-3-11-059880-3 En/Ger € 39.95 / $ 45.99 / £ 36.50

Acquiring Cultures Histories of World Art on Western Markets Bénédicte Savoy, Charlotte Guichard, Christine Howald (Eds.) 2018. 316 pages 24.0 × 17.0 cm 64 b/w ills. HC 978-3-11-054398-8 En € 49.95 / $ 57.99 / £ 45.50 E-Book 978-3-11-054508-1 En € 49.95 / $ 57.99 / £ 45.50


Image Acts A Systematic Approach to Visual Agency Horst Bredekamp 2017. 361 pages 24.0 × 17.0 cm 199 color ills. SC 978-3-11-053630-0 En € 29.95 / $ 34.99 / £ 27.00 E-Book 978-3-11-054857-0 En € 29.95 / $ 34.99 / £ 27.00

Beyond Egyptomania Objects, Style and Agency Miguel John Versluys (Ed.)

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2020. 368 pages 24.0 × 17.0 cm 41 b/w ills., 41 color ills. HC 978-3-11-056425-9 En € 68.95 / $ 79.99 / £ 62.50 E-Book 978-3-11-056584-3 En € 68.95 / $ 79.99 / £ 62.50

Galileo’s Thinking Hand Mannerism, Anti-Mannerism and the Virtue of Drawing in the Foundation of Early Modern Science Horst Bredekamp 2019. 366 pages 24.0 × 17.0 cm 100 b/w ills., 235 color ills. HC 978-3-11-052006-4 En € 49.95 / $ 57.99 / £ 45.50 E-Book 978-3-11-053921-9 En € 49.95 / $ 57.99 / £ 45.50

Idols and Museum Pieces The Nature of Sculpture, its Historiography and Exhibition History 1640-1880 Caroline van Eck (Ed.) 2017. 292 pages 24.0 × 17.0 cm 79 b/w ills., 0 color ills. HC 978-3-11-040691-7 En/Fr € 49.95 / $ 57.99 / £ 45.50

Darwin's Corals A New Model of Evolution and the Tradition of Natural History Horst Bredekamp 2019. 118 pages 24.0 × 15.0 cm 45 color ills. HC 978-3-11-064334-3 En € 20.95 / $ 24.99 / £ 19.00 E-Book 978-3-11-068031-7 En € 20.95 / $ 24.99 / £ 19.00

Palais de Tokyo Kunstpolitik und Ästhetik im 20. und 21. Jahrhundert Benjamin Fellmann 2019. 760 pages 24.0 × 17.0 cm 121 b/w ills. HC 978-3-11-062373-4 Ger € 69.95 / $ 80.99 / £ 63.50 E-Book 978-3-11-062661-2 Ger € 69.95 / $ 80.99 / £ 63.50

Ornament as Argument Textile Pages and Textile Metaphors in Early Medieval Manuscripts Anna Bücheler

Social Enactivism On Situating High-Level Cognitive States and Processes Mark-Oliver Casper

Kunstfund Gurlitt Wege der Forschung Nadine Bahrmann, Andrea Baresel-Brand, Gilbert Lupfer (Eds.)

2019. 261 pages 24.0 × 17.0 cm 225 color ills.

2018. 260 pages 24.0 × 17.0 cm illustrations

2020. 188 pages 24.0 × 17.0 cm 36 color ills.

HC 978-3-11-053070-4 En € 79.95 / $ 91.99 / £ 72.50

SC 978-3-11-057567-5 En € 39.95 / $ 45.99 / £ 36.50

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Uselessness Humankind’s most valuable tool? Michelle Howard, Luciano Parodi (Eds.)

FLORA Sprachkunst im Zeitalter der Information / Language Arts in the Age of Information Thomas Ballhausen, Elena Peytchinska

FAUNA Sprachkunst und die neue Ordnung imaginärer Tiere. Language Arts and the New Order of Imaginary Animals Elena Peytchinska, Thomas Ballhausen

2020. 320 pages 19.5 × 12.5 cm 120 color ills.

2018. 320 pages 19.5 × 12.5 cm Numerous ills.

SC 978-3-11-067534-4 En/Ger € 39.95 / $ 45.99 / £ 36.50

SC 978-3-11-057569-9 En/Ger € 39.95 / $ 45.99 / £ 36.50

E-Book 978-3-11-067539-9 En/Ger € 39.95 / $ 45.99 / £ 36.50

E-Book 978-3-11-057715-0 En/Ger € 39.95 / $ 45.99 / £ 36.50

Art & Design Education in Times of Change Conversations Across Cultures Ruth Mateus-Berr, Luise Reitstätter (Eds.)

Perspectives on Art Education Conversations Across Cultures Ruth Mateus-Berr, Michaela Götsch (Eds.)

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2020. 152 pages 21.0 × 14.8 cm 50 b/w ills. SC 978-3-11-067981-6 En € 19.95 / $ 22.99 / £ 18.00 E-Book 978-3-11-067983-0 En € 19.95 / $ 22.99 / £ 18.00

Teaching Artistic Research Conversations Across Cultures Ruth Mateus-Berr, Richard Jochum (Eds.) 2020. 224 pages 27.5 × 18.0 cm 45 b/w ills. SC 978-3-11-066239-9 En € 38.95 / $ 44.99 / £ 35.50 E-Book 978-3-11-066521-5 En € 38.95 / $ 44.99 / £ 35.50

STATION ROSE 30.0 The Walls of the new Systems will be Liquid STATION ROSE (Ed.) 2018. 248 pages 31.0 × 22.0 cm Numerous ills. SC 978-3-11-057571-2 En € 38.95 / $ 44.99 / £ 35.50 E-Book 978-3-11-057705-1 En € 38.95 / $ 44.99 / £ 35.50

2017. 220 pages 27.5 × 18.0 cm 100 b/w ills. SC 978-3-11-052512-0 En € 34.95 / $ 34.95 / £ 32.00 E-Book 978-3-11-052832-9 En € 34.95 / $ 34.95 / £ 32.00

Claudia Larcher – Rooms #rooms #räume #locaux #architecture #architektur #collage #animation #arts #kunst #lart #digitalarts #digitalekunst #lartnumerique #video Verena Konrad (Ed.) 2019. 320 pages 26.0 × 19.0 cm Numerous ills. SC 978-3-11-063214-9 En/Ger/Fr € 39.95 / $ 45.99 / £ 36.50 E-Book 978-3-11-063278-1 En/Ger/Fr € 39.95 / $ 45.99 / £ 36.50

2015 192 pages 27.5 × 18.0 cm 45 b/w ills. SC 978-3-11-044078-2 En € 34.95 / $ 40.99 / £ 32.00 E-Book 978-3-11-044410-0 En € 34.95 / $ 40.99 / £ 32.00

Rosemarie Benedikt. HAPPY GLASS Glas – Keramik – Zeichnungen Glass – Ceramics – Drawings Erika Patka (Ed.) 2019. 224 pages 27.0 × 22.0 cm Numerous ills. HC 978-3-11-066005-0 En/Ger € 39.95 / $ 45.99 / £ 36.50


GO GO GO OLD GOLD REITER GO Roland Reiter (Ed.)

Making Prints and Thinking About It Jan Svenungsson

2017. 224 pages 26.0 × 20.0 cm Numerous ills.

2019. 224 pages 22.5 × 15.0 cm 158 color ills.

HC 978-3-11-050136-0 En/Ger € 44.95 / $ 59.95 / £ 41.00

HC 978-3-11-063216-3 En € 29.95 / $ 34.99 / £ 27.00

COMPANY. Fotografien und Fragmente über das Arbeiten Photographs and Fragments on Working Beatrix Zobl, Wolfgang Schneider

SC 978-3-11-065766-1 En/Ger € 39.95 / $ 45.99 / £ 36.50

Faceless Re-inventing Privacy Through Subversive Media Strategies Bogomir Doringer, Brigitte Felderer (Eds.) 2018. 304 pages 24.0 × 16.8 cm Numerous ills. SC 978-3-11-052513-7 En € 24.95 / $ 29.95 / £ 22.50

2020. 224 pages 20.0 × 14.5 cm 16 b/w ills. SC 978-3-11-067975-5 En € 34.95 / $ 40.99 / £ 32.00

Drawing A Hypothesis Figures of Thought Nikolaus Gansterer

2017. 390 pages 22.8 × 16.5 cm Numerous ills.

2nd edition 2017. 351 pages 21.5 × 14.3 cm Numerous ills.

SC 978-3-11-054660-6 En € 44.95 / $ 51.99 / £ 41.00

SC 978-3-11-054661-3 En € 44.95 / $ 51.99 / £ 41.00

Transmediale Kunst | Transmedia Art lightness and matter Brigitte Kowanz, Peter Kozek (Eds.)

BEYOND BORDERS Conservation Goes International Gabriela Krist (Ed.)

2018. 512 pages 24.0 × 17.0 cm Numerous ills.

2019. 328 pages 27.0 × 22.0 cm Numerous ills.

SC 978-3-11-060081-0 En/Ger € 39.95 / $ 45.99 / £ 36.50

SC 978-3-11-060289-0 En € 38.95 / $ 44.99 / £ 35.50

DE GRUYTER

2019. 296 pages 24.5 × 21.0 cm Numerous ills.

Choreo-graphic Figures Deviations from the Line Nikolaus Gansterer, Emma Cocker, Mariella Greil (Eds.)

Food Design Small Reflections on Food, Design and Language Sonja Stummerer, Martin Hablesreiter

E-Book 978-3-11-052770-4 En € 24.95 / $ 29.95 / £ 22.50

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Looking Glass Photographic Essays on the Mechanisms of Life Gerald Bast, Josef Penninger, Maria Ziegelböck, Caroline Heider, Ines Méhu-Blantar, Evelyn Devuyst (Eds.) 2018. 168 pages 32.5 × 23.5 cm Numerous ills. SC 978-3-11-063048-0 En € 25.95 / $ 29.99 / £ 23.50

RESET THE APPARATUS! A Survey of the Photographic and the Filmic in Contemporary Art Edgar Lissel, Gabriele Jutz, Nina Jukić (Eds.) 2019. 208 pages 26.0 × 19.0 cm Numerous ills. HC 978-3-11-063068-8 En € 33.95 / $ 39.99 / £ 31.00

originalcopy Post-Digital Strategies of Appropriation Michael Kargl, Franz Thalmair (Eds.)

THIS BABY DOLL WILL BE A JUNKIE Report of an Art and Research Project on Addiction and Spaces of Violence Ulrike Möntmann

2019. 376 pages 25.6 × 21.0 cm Numerous ills.

2017. 386 pages 24.0 × 17.0 cm Numerous ills.

SC 978-3-11-063215-6 En € 38.95 / $ 44.99 / £ 35.50

SC 978-3-11-054625-5 En € 39.95 / $ 45.99 / £ 36.50 E-Book 978-3-11-054792-4 En € 39.95 / $ 45.99 / £ 36.50

Private Utopia Cultural Setting of the Interior in the 19th and 20th Century August Sarnitz, Inge Scholz-Strasser (Eds.) 2015. 160 pages 24.0 × 17.0 cm 65 b/w ills. HC 978-3-11-045463-5 En € 49.95 / $ 70.00 / £ 45.50 E-Book 978-3-11-045549-6 En € 49.95 / $ 70.00 / £ 45.50

Dialogical Interventions Art in the Social Realm Martin Krenn (Ed.) 2019. 168 pages 24.0 × 17.0 cm 53 b/w ills. SC 978-3-11-063240-8 En € 20.95 / $ 24.99 / £ 19.00

Thinking Like a Machine An Artists Journey Into Robotics Niki Passath (Ed.) 2017. 276 pages 25.0 × 18.5 cm Numerous ills. SC 978-3-11-054255-4 En € 49.95 / $ 57.99 / £ 45.50 E-Book 978-3-11-054379-7 En € 49.95 / $ 57.99 / £ 45.50

Dom Museum Wien Art, Religion, Society Johanna Schwanberg (Ed.)

The Amden Atelier 1999–2015 Roman Kurzmeyer

2017. 580 pages 27.0 × 21.5 cm Numerous ills.

2015. 256 pages 24.0 × 15.5 cm 40 b/w ills., 122 color ills.

HC 978-3-11-048250-8 En € 38.50 / $ 44.99 / £ 35.00

SC 978-3-11-044042-3 En € 34.95 / $ 49.00 / £ 32.00


INDEX OF AUTHORS AND EDITORS

A Adornato, Gianfranco 23 Alloa, Emmanuel  23 Aman, Cornelia 4 B Baader, Hannah 23 Baert, Barbara 23 Bahrmann, Nadine 24 Ballhausen, Thomas 24 Baresel-Brand, Andrea  24 Bast, Gerald 25 Bednarz, Ute 4 Berghaus, Günter 18 Bernasconi, Gianenrico 23 Bock von Wülfingen, Bettina 23 Bredekamp, Horst 9, 24 Brutin, Batya 12 Bücheler, Anna 24 Buchholz, Amrei 9 C Cappelletto, Chiara 23 Casper, Mark-Oliver 24 Cirucci, Gabriella 23 Cocker, Emma 25 Coones, Wendy 23 Cordez, Philippe 23 Cupperi, Walter 23 D Deiters, Maria 4, 5 Del Baldo, Luca 15 Devuyst, Evelyn 25 Dittelbach, Thomas 23 Dogramaci, Burcu 23 Doringer, Bogomir 25 E Eck, Caroline van 24 Elkins, James 17 F Falser, Michael 23 Fehrenbach, Frank 7, 23 Felderer, Brigitte 25 Fellmann, Benjamin 24 Fishhof, Gil 23 Folie, Sabine 21 Franconi, Isabell 7 G Gansterer, Nikolaus 25 Gastel, Joris van 23 Giese, Francine 10 Gockel, Bettina 23 Golding, Johnny 19 Götsch, Michaela 24 Gramaccini, Norberto 23 Grau, Oliver 16, 23 Greil, Mariella 25 Griesser-Stermscheg, Martina 20 Gründler, Hana 6 Guichard, Charlotte 23 H Hablesreiter, Martin 25 Haus der Kulturen der Welt 13 Heider, Caroline 25 Hinterwaldner, Inge 16 Holert, Tom 13 Howald, Christine 23 Howard, Michelle 24 J Jochum, Richard 24 Jukić, Nina 25 Jutz, Gabriele 25

K Kargl, Michael 25 Kaske, Romana 23 Konrad, Verena 24 Kowanz, Brigitte 25 Kozek, Peter 25 Krenn, Martin 25 Krist, Gabriela 25 Kruse, Christiane 16 Kurzmeyer, Roman 25 L Lehmann, Claudia 23 Lissel, Edgar 25 Ludwig, Catherine 19 Luks, Fred 19 Lupfer, Gilbert 24 M Mainberger, Sabine 14 Mateus-Berr, Ruth 24 Méhu-Blantar, Ines 25 Mersmann, Birgit 23 Mock, Markus Leo 4 Möntmann, Ulrike 25 N Nova, Alessandro 6 O Olchawa, Joanna 5 P Paganelli, Mattia 19 Parlamentsdirektion – Projekt Sanierung Parlament 20 Parodi, Luciano 24 Passath, Niki 25 Patka, Erika 24 Pazos-López, Ángel 23 Penninger, Josef 25 Petignat, Pascal 20 Peytchinska, Elena 24 Philipp, Jan Klaus 22 Pinkus, Assaf 23 R Ray, Sugata 23 Reinhart, Martin 19 Reiter, Roland 25 Reitstätter, Luise 24 Ritter, Markus 23 Rößler, Johannes 23 Rühse, Viola 23 S Sapir, Itay 6 Sarnitz, August 25 Saß, Maurice 23 Saviello, Julia 23 Savoy, Bénédicte 23 Scheiwiller, Staci G. 23 Schirr, Juliane 4 Schlitte, Annika 12 Schneider, Wolfgang 25 Scholz-Strasser, Inge 25 Schütze, Sebastian 6, 8 Schwanberg, Johanna 25 Segal, Einat 23 Slenczka, Ruth 5 STATION ROSE 24 Sternfeld, Nora 20 Stummerer, Sonja 25 Svenungsson, Jan 25 T Tak, Alejandra Alonso 23 Terzoli, Maria Antonietta 6 Thalmair, Franz 25 Thürigen, Susanne 23

U Universität für angewandte Kunst Wien 20 V Verne, Markus 12 Versluys, Miguel John 24 Voigt, Martina 4 W Walther, Linda 14 Wedekind, Gregor 11, 12 Wolf, Gerhard 23 Z Ziaja, Luisa 20 Ziegelböck, Maria 25 Zobl, Beatrix 25

IMAGE CREDITS Cover: © Luca Del Baldo; 4: © Holger Kupfer, BBAW, Potsdam; 10 on top: © Bayerische Staatsbibliothek München; 10 bottom: © Vitrocentre Romont/Yves Eigenmann, Fribourg; 13 left: © Courtesy Woodson Research Center, Fondren Library, Rice University, call number LB3221.D4; 13 right: photographer: unkown. Source: Südwestdeutsches Archiv für Architektur und Ingenieurbau (saai) at Karlsruher Institut für Technologie KIT, Bestand zum Institut für Schulbau, Nr. 11.2-99; 15: © Luca Del Baldo; 21 bottom left: photo: Monika Schwingenschlögl; 21 bottom right: photo: Rini Tandon.

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