John Rule Autumn Catalogue 2020

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John Rule Art Book Distribution AC Books, New York Astar Publishing, Riyadh Bijutsu, Japan Conde Nast Publications, London Crowdbooks Publishing, Italy Cruz-Diez Art Foundation, Paris Galerie Vevais, Germany Gio Sbriz, London Guy Shoham, London Hand Picked Books, London Hartmann Books, Germany Hungarian National Museum, Budapest Japan Library, Tokyo Khalili Collections, London Lazarides Photography, Bristol Let’s Reset, UK Light Motiv, France Little Black Gallery, London Manfredi Edizioni, Italy Manuscript, Australia Maretti Editore, Italy Museum of Fine Arts, Budapest Pictoplasma Publishing, Berlin Poklewski Koziell, UK Ponchiroli Editori, Italy Primavera Pers, Netherlands Rankin, London Sandstein Verlag, Germany Schirmer Mosel, Germany Schlebrugge Editor, Austria Simone Kennedy, Australia Snoeck, Germany Society of British Theatre Designers, London Somogy Editions d’Art, Paris SP Books, UK Thyssen-Bornemisza Museum, Madrid

Cover Image: Family, from Rankin 2020 ©Rankin Layout by Harry Rose


LAZARIDES PHOTOGRAPHY Banksy Captured Vol. 1. (Third Edition) Steve Lazarides

Banksy Captured by Steve Lazarides, now available to the book trade for the first time, charts the birth of our modern-day Robin Hood. The negatives for these pictures lay in Lazarides’ loft for many years. Whilst Banksy’s rise to fame became undeniable these pictures took on a different meaning than just personal, private documentation. Along with never before heard tales of the artist at work and absurdist capers from their time working together Banksy Captured shares a moment in time before the artworld and most of the globe took note.

August 2020 9781647862633 | £30.00 Paperback | 256pp | 260 x 210 mm 150 colour photos Rights: Worldwide exc. Japan, USA, Canada, Australia and New Zealand

From the introduction: I first met this scruffy, moody guy known as Banksy around 1997. At the time I was the inhouse photographer and picture editor for the magazine Sleaze Nation, created and edited by the wonderfully eccentric Steve Beale. He’d heard a rumour about an innovative young graffiti artist known as Banksy. He asked me to try and track him down. This book isn’t about me as his manager, agent, or gallerist. It is a celebration of my time as a photographer documenting the birth of a legend. The portraits, reportage of Banksy putting works on the streets, shots in the studio and the documentation of his early art, have not had the airtime they deserve.

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Rankin 2020 Rankin in partnership with Sky Arts Rankin 2020 is portrait photographer Rankin’s biggest-ever public project. Across Summer 2020 Rankin, in partnership with Sky Arts, has been on the search to find the best amateur and professional photographers, by inviting photography lovers to photograph, or submit something from their back catalogue, that represents their year in 2020.

November 2020 9780995574168 | £20.00 Hardback | 140pp | 270x190 mm 100 col & b/w photos Rights: Worldwide exc. Italy, Japan, USA & Canada


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Split over six chapters (Family, Empathy, Fun, Beauty, Nature and Self), Rankin 2020 shares Rankin’s tips for home photographers, alongside his own photographic interpretation on the themes. Made in conjunction with the Sky Arts TV series, Rankin’s 2020, each chapter will also contain images from the special celebrity guests who appear across the programme, and Rankin’s favourite images sent in by the public. Rankin says: “Photography is my life and passion and I truly believe it has the power to reveal and connect. Now we all have cameras in our pockets, I think it’s time to use them. Rankin’s 2020 is an open call to anybody who thinks they can take a great picture. It doesn’t matter whether you’ve never taken a photograph before or you’re a professional, I want to see your view of our world. Together we can document this crazy year and make something positive out of it.”


Embrace Rankin


August 2020 9780995574151 | £20.00 Hardback | 176pp | 255 x 170mm 74 colour, 38 b/w ills Rights: Worldwide exc. Italy, Japan, USA & Canada

Embrace showcases a brand-new series of artworks, created by the photographer, Rankin, during lockdown. Close-up and intimate, this series of images reflects the state of the nation and Rankin’s own self-reflexive take on isolation through the photography of flowers. Rankin says “Self-isolation gave me an opportunity to really focus on this work as I’d imagined it. What’s interesting about these images is how much they reflect my personal state of mind, whilst also in representing my approach to the world. In taking each picture I realised right from the beginning that I was treating them like a portrait. Whether that was of single flowers or groups. Search for their personalities and try to bring them to life.” Embrace has been created at a time when we were all disconnected. In isolation, away from his London photographic studio, Rankin’s response is an empathetic portrayal of what a lot of us were feeling in isolation. All funds raised from this publication release will go to supporting The Care Workers’ Charity Coronavirus Emergency Fund. Providing emergency grants to support care workers who are shielding, selfisolating, or unable to work due to contracting Coronavirus.

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Bob Carlos Clarke: Studio Bob Carlos Clarke To celebrate what would have been the 70th birthday of legendary British photographer Bob Carlos Clarke, The Little Black Gallery in association with the Estate of Bob Carlos Clarke, is proud to announce the publication of Studio by Bob Carlos Clarke. The book features pages from Carlos Clarke’s original black & white and colour Polaroid studio books - which kept records of all his shoots. The book includes some of his most famous and iconic images, as well as the many celebrities and supermodels he photographed during his illustrious 30-year career - including Sir Elton John, Marco Pierre White, Anita Pallenberg, Elle McPherson, Paula Yates, Ronnie Wood, Yasmin Le Bon, Jodie Kidd, and Rachel Weisz. November 2020 9781527271135 | £90.00 Hardback | 128pp |200 x 145 mm 120 illustrations with a 3” x 4” print First edition 200 copies


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Foreword by Sir Ian McKellen

Rite showcases 52 photographs by Danish photo-artist Michael Søndergaard’s debut series, each eloquent image is grounded in truth, vulnerability, and the exploration of one own’s sexual identity. Michael Søndergaard’s work is concerned with ideas of expressing and defining masculinity and identity. He produces ominously dark and eloquently beautiful portraits of fragile yet powerful subjects. His work is informed by a personal and academic interest in religious studies which is the basis for his debut series Rite.


Michael Søndergaard: Rite

August 2020 9788797153000 | £40.00 Hardback | 120pp | 225 x 305 mm 52 col photos Limited Edition numbered & signed by the artist Rights: Worldwide Exc. USA & Canada

Tyler Udall: I Am Foreword by Molly Logan The latest book exploring the world of Canadian photo-artist Tyler Udall. A series of moving and expressive works. Normative roles of identity become obsolete in these stripped-down images as his subjects embrace life without ego or limitations. The forces that drive Udall’s work are a combination of his own sexual identity and the evolving societal shifts towards the acceptance and understanding of the LBGTQ+ community. His undeniably personal and emotionally compelling photographs are shaped by his familiarity with his subjects, most of whom are friends and past lovers.

August 2020 9781527264656 | £40.00 Hardback | 68pp | 200 x 145 mm 41 col & b/w ills Rights: Worldwide Exc. USA & Canada

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Women Seeing Women A Pictorial History of Women’s Photography in the 19th and 20th Centuries from Julia Margaret Cameron to Inez van Lamsweerde

September 2020 9783829609005 | £38.00 Hardback | 280 pages | 330 x 230 mm 159 col & b/w photos Rights: UK & Eire

This anthology is a collection of portraits of women by women. It begins with photos of the two great women photographers of the nineteenth century, Clementina Lady Hawarden and Julia Margaret Cameron, and covers a period of more than one hundred years up to the present day — from Lotte Jacobi, Germaine Krull, Dorothea Lange, Gisele Freund, Dora Maar to Annie Leibovitz, Ellen von Unwerth and Inez van Lamsweerde. Approximately ninety women photographers make visible the entire spectrum of female selfdefinition before and behind the camera. These photos focus on four main themes — social reality, family, the female body and virtual reality — and include a diverse range of pictures from art, literature, fashion, dance and show business. There are numerous self-portraits, as well as portraits of women photographers by other women photographers, portraits of daughters, mothers and, of course, prominent women, such as Virginia Woolf, Lotte Lenya, Greta Garbo, Martha Graham, Nora Joyce, Maria Callas, Romy Schneider, Hillary Clinton, and many more.

Helmut Newton: Private Property Text by Marshal Blonsky Through their inimitable mixture of eroticism, subdued elegance and decadent luxury, Newton’s pictures reflect in the highest aesthetic quality an obsession with human vanity — from female exhibitionism to male voyeurism. With technical perfection, an extremely detailed style and the insolence of a Roman paparazzo (which he had always wanted to be), Newton staged the never-ending psychodrama that contrasts glamour with the need for admiration, self-confidence with the desire for self-presentation, and Eros with Thanatos.

July 2020 9783829609111 | £6.95 Paperback | 120pp | 192 x 144mm 45 duotone photos Rights: UK & Eire


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Private Property was originally a three-part portfolio containing 45 photographs. lt includes Newton’s best work created between 1972 and 1985 an exquisite assortment of fashion shots, portraits and erotic motifs which are all based on real locations and luxurious life styles. This book, which first appeared in 1989, presents the entire sequence of pictures in the Private portfolio.


Peter Lindbergh: Images of Women II. Photographs 2005- 2014 Texts by Peter Handke, Werner Spies & Wim Wenders

July 2020 9783829609029 | £45.00 Hardback | 304pp | 290 x 195 mm 160 duotone photos Rights: UK & Eire

Internationally revered German fashion photographer Peter Lindbergh revolutionized his métier with iconic images of the 1980s supermodels. From his beginnings, he has sought to capture the personality, character, and identity of fashion models, not just the glitter and glamour. In 1997 he introduced his seminal book Images of Women comprising his work of the 1980s and 1990s. As a sequel, Lindbergh presents the highlights of his work created between 2005 and 2014: fashion photographs, nudes, and portraits of today’s actresses and models such as Nadja Auermann, Monica Bellucci, Juliette Binoche, Sofia Coppola, David Cronenberg, Pascal Gregory, Nina Hoss, Milla Jovovich, Chiara Mastroianni, Charlotte Rampling, Tilda Swinton, Amber Valletta, Donata Wenders, and Kate Winslet, to name just a few. Peter Lindbergh, (1944-2019) gained international acclaim with his campaigns for Armani, Donna Karan, Calvin Klein, and Kathleen Madden. His work has been exhibited in Paris, Beijing, Moscow, London, New York

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Beatrice Minda: Dark Whispers Text by Ko Ko Thett

November 2020 9783960700517 | £35.00 Hardback | 144 pp| | 320 x 240 mm 50 photos, 42 ills Rights: UK & Eire, Spain, Portugal, Eastern Europe, Russia, Middle East, & Far East

Beatrice Minda examines private interiors in the context of historical events in her work. In Myanmar, which was isolated for decades by a rigid military dictatorship, she photographed houses and living spaces in both cities and remote regions. She captured the traces of the inhabitants’ lives and the signs of change. In DARK WHISPERS the ambivalent aspects of the British colonial period and its consequences are reflected and illuminated by short texts on the history of the houses as well as historical photographs. Minda’s photographs focus on the atmospheres of past lives and the forms of representation with which the inhabitants once sought to fulfill themselves. Often, they are objects that have remained untouched for decades and bear witness to the cosmos of a vanished world. But there are also large gaps between then and now. An uncanny emptiness animates these spaces. Dark whispers echo through them-a memento mori to the many unspoken words of Burmese history.

Berlin 1945–2000 A Photographic Subject Edited by Reinbeckhallen Berlin

September 2020 9783960700494 | £34.00 Hardback | 144 pp | 280 x 240 mm 100 col & b/w ills Rights: UK & Eire, Spain, Portugal, Eastern Europe, Russia, Middle East, & Far East


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Berlin 1945-2000 explores how German and international photographers alike photographed Berlin between the immediate post-war years and the end of the twentieth century. The book, which is published to accompany a major exhibition at the Reinbeckhallen in Berlin—opens with black-and-white photographs of Berlin in ruins and concludes with images of Berlin’s urban development projects after the fall of the Berlin Wall that are often in colour and taken with exposure times of up to several years. Images that belong to the genres of street, subjective, architectural, conceptual, portrait, and experimental photography can be found between these two sections. In dialogue with each other, the images underscore the immense social, cultural, and political changes the city underwent and, at the same time, the diverse photographic practices and tendencies that developed in Berlin over the course of fifty-five years. With photographs by Wilfried Bauer, Kurt Buchwald, Arno Fischer, Nan Goldin, Max Jacoby, Will McBride, Michael Schmidt, Michael Wesely and others.

Jörg Brüggemann

September 2020 9783960700524 | £34.00 Hardback | 96 pp | 320 x 268 mm 45 col & b/w photos Rights: UK & Eire, Spain, Portugal, Eastern Europe, Russia, Middle East, & Far East

The Autobahn is an asphalt carpet thirteen thousand kilometers in length that covers all of Germany, both interfering with the landscape and interconnecting the country. Jörg Brüggemann photographed it for five years, from 2014 to 2019. While mobility concepts are constantly changing and being discussed, the Autobahn has remained the same in its form—but for how much longer? Brüggemann’s pictures might soon be seen as historical documents. The highway is probably Germany’s most monumental built structure and an integral part of its cultural identity and history. Designed and in its first segments constructed in the 1920s already (before the Nazis), it was given a musical tribute by Kraftwerk in 1974. The Autobahn stands for the unconditional belief in the future of the postwar period, German engineering, driving without speed limits, but also for traffic jams, lineups of trucks, and multivehicle accidents. Jörg Brüggemann is a photographer, lecturer, and curator from Berlin. He has been a member of the Ostkreuz agency since 2009


Jörg Brüggemann: Autobahn

Ostkreuz Agency of Photographers: Continent In Search of Europe Texts by Johannes Odenthal, Falk Richter, Thomas Winkler

October 2020 9783960700548 | £35.50 Hardback | 448 pp | 254 x 199 mm 200 col & b/w ills Rights: UK & Eire, Spain, Portugal, Eastern Europe, Russia, Middle East, & Far East

On an irregular basis the Ostkreuz agency members designate a common topic for them to work on for several years. Continent is the seventh joint thematic publication of the agency members. Over the past three decades they have received recognition in Germany and abroad for their high-quality artistic, documentary photojournalism. In times of shrinking markets for agencies and photographers, Ostkreuz is truly one of the rare wonders of Berlin. As an artistic and political statement, the twenty-two photographers of the agency focus on the European present with their highly contemporary but diverse photographic series.The themes of the series range from questions of identity and security, renationalization, migration, and integration to a fundamental understanding of humanism, democracy, and freedom of expression. Continent attempts to offer fruitful impulses for the current debate on Europe by asking questions such as: What connects us? How do we live together? How will our continent develop? How will its people live together? And who exactly does “we” refer to when we are speaking about Europe?

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Mathias Braschler | Monika Fischer: Divided We Stand With an essay by Andreas Ross

September 2020 9783960700487 | ÂŁ35.00 Hardback | 160pp | 300 x 230 mm 66 colour photos Rights: UK & Eire, Spain, Portugal, Eastern Europe, Russia, Middle East, & Far East


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When Donald Trump was elected to be the forty-fifth president of the United States in 2016, Swiss photographers Monika Fischer and Mathias Braschler were in New York. The results of the election showed a deep divide running through the US and its society. Monika Fischer and Mathias Braschler decided to go on a field-research trip through the US in order to meet the people, from all parts of the country and all parts of society. In April 2019 they started a road trip with a van converted to a practical motorhome including a pop-up photo-studio. After leaving New York City they drove 15.000 miles across the nation and visited 40 States. On this self-assigned project they met, interviewed, filmed, and portrayed, Americans with a wide variety of backgrounds and very different opinions about life, politics, and their nation, farmers, factory workers, service people, and investment bankers to politicians and students, all ages, races, professions, and genders. Divided We Stand is the result of this extensive and intensive journey. It combines eighty-two portraits of citizens of the United States and their honest opinions and views about their world.

Text by Michael Lange

November 2020 9783960700586 | £42.00 Hardback | 132 pp | 326 x 245 mm 52 colour photos Rights: UK & Eire, Spain, Portugal, Eastern Europe, Russia, Middle East, & Far East

For six years, Michael Lange made extensive journeys to various regions of the French Alps searching for solitude and silence. High up in the mountains he created a collection of impressive meditative images, between light and dark, quiet and storm. He followed the idea that there is also and particularly in landscape photography, the decisive moment, the moment of perfect harmony between nature, landscape and the photographer. Often he had to wait for days, sometimes for weeks, high up in the mountains. Constantly accompanied by changes in weather and light, rain and snow showers, sudden beams of sunlight and mountains covered in mist – he was always in search of that moment. The fifty-two images in the book combine the quiet majesty of the mountain landscapes with fleeting moments of the perception of nature. The title Cold Mountain refers to the legendary Zen monk, poet and recluse Hanshan. The photographs are accompanied by a selection of poems reflecting the solitude of the mountains and human soul states, taken from four famous Zen hermits – Hanshan, Ikkyu, Basho and Ryokan.


Michael Lange: Cold Mountain

Robert Knoth & Antoinette de Jong: Tree and Soil With an essay by Erik A. de Jong

August 2020 9783960700470 | £42.00 Hardback | 112pp | 280 x 190 mm 89 col & b/w ills Rights: UK & Eire, Spain, Portugal, Eastern Europe, Russia, Middle East, & Far East

Eight years after their now-legendary publication Poppy—Trails of Afghan Heroin, Robert Knoth and Antoinette de Jong have completed their next long-term project. Following the 2011 nuclear disaster they photographed and filmed the changing landscapes in the closed zones around Fukushima over a period of five years. “At times we felt like archaeologists of the future, trying to understand what happened in a distant past when a mysterious force resulted in the evacuation of towns, villages, and forests, leaving only a residue of human presence.” They documented evacuated farmhouses, gardens, agricultural fields, and the surrounding hills and forests and interviewed former inhabitants of the area. In this book they combine their own landscape photography with historical material from the collection of naturalist and explorer Philipp Franz von Siebold. Siebold’s collections illustrate how Japanese culture is deeply rooted in and inspired by nature. Robert and Antoinette de Jong are based in the Netherlands. They have received numerous awards, and their work has been featured in many solo and group exhibitions in leading festivals and museums.

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Sonja Trabandt: Tomorrow Snow Texts by Sonja Trabandt and Anonymous

November 2020 9783960700531 | £27.00 Hardback | 136pp | 250 × 200 mm 60 col & b/w ills Rights: UK & Eire, Spain, Portugal, Eastern Europe, Russia, Middle East, & Far East

Every year around five hundred thousand people in Germany contract cancer. Almost half of the people who fall ill eventually die of it, and despite all medical progress the diagnosis is still extremely traumatic for anyone. In Tomorrow Snow photographer Sonja Trabandt accompanies her friend A.’s battle with cancer. She approaches the illness in a sensitive and documentary visual narrative style as she follows her friend from the initial diagnosis through all phases of the disease and the associated emotions. The story can be read on several levels, ranging from the fear of treatment, existential worries, and budding hope to the decisive moment of hair loss and femininity. A.’s coping with everyday life is juxtaposed with feelings such as fear, euphoria, sadness, and the depression following treatments. Trabandt’s pictures enable the viewer to become familiar with the topic of cancer beyond the moments of shock and fear and to deal with the disease in a meaningful way.

Vincent Kohlbecher: Its Flower Is Hard To Find Poems by Wislawa Szymborska and K. W. Woycicki

November 2020 9783960700562 | £34.00 Hardback | 104pp | 310 x 220 mm 56 col & b/w Rights: UK & Eire, Spain, Portugal, Eastern Europe, Russia, Middle East, & Far East 12

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Over a period of four years Vincent Kohlbecher visited Poland numerous times. He found motifs that took him back to his childhood, to the Catholic faith, to German history, in Gdańsk, Warsaw, Kraków, Płaszów, Majdanek, and Auschwitz. Kohlbecher’s pictures are texts that beg to be read carefully. The places he describes in his pictures are only accessible to the viewer through the interplay of what he has seen, what is associated with it, and historical memory. The photographer, who always remains at a distance and never becomes part of the narrative, succeeds in taking a rare analytical and sharply focused look at Germany’s neighboring country that remains unknown to most Germans. Vincent Kohlbecher was a photojournalist working for German and international magazines in the 1990s. He taught photography at Hamburg University of Applied Sciences This is his first book publication.




Boris Becker: Sharon Ya’ari: The Romantic Trail Bunker and the1984–1989 Concrete House Edited Conrath-Scholl Edited by andGabriele with a text by Magdalena Holzhey

September 2019 September 2020 9783864422898 | £55.00 | £28.50 Hardback 9783864423215 | 272 pp | 275 x 225 mm | 172pp 260 small x 205 mm 50Paperback col,150 duotone and| 600 ills 90France, col ills Rights: Worldwide exc. Rights: Worldwide exc. France, Germany, Austria, Switzerland, Germany, Austria, Switzerland, Netherlands, USA & Canada. Netherlands, USA & Canada


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What breaks and fissures emerge when societal vision and everyday As both an artist’s book and an archive book, this publication also life clash? In what way do formal and ideal influences continue introduces an important and poignant theme of German history. On in another reality of life? The Israeli photographer explores such show are the most diverse types of bunkers, built in particular during questions in his first solo show in Germany at Haus Esters. Built by World War II between 1940 and 1944, looked at in the period between architect Ludwig Mies van der Rohe in the late nineteen twenties, 1984 and 1989 by artist and photographer Boris Becker. When he Haus Esters and Haus Lange are two of the most iconic structures began his documentary project, the Cold War period was almost over, of modernist architecture in Germany and can be associated with and the concrete buildings were no longer needed for civil defense notions of an open, forward-looking society. The special atmosphere purposes. Even more so than in the past, they appeared like outlandish and architecture of these former private homes have regularly and seemingly uncanny monsters within the cityscapes. Their function inspired artists since being repurposed as exhibition venues for seemed controversial, and no rational-minded person wanted anything contemporary art. The starting point of Ya’ari’s photographic to do with the murderous ideology they evoked that had brought these exploration is the connection between the ideas of European buildings to light. Boris Becker has photographed around 700 bunkers modernism and the effort to implement them in the young State in more than 40 West German cities. He based the series of works of Israel. He traces the legacy of modernist formal language in of the overground bunkers, on a method similar to the conceptual his native country and is not concerned with the perspective of approach by his teachers, the artist couple Bernd and Hilla Becher. architectural photography but rather with marginalia, the relics of everyday life, the fragile relationships between human beings and the elements of their environment. The search for the traces of modernism’s great visions thus becomes a mirror of human living conditions. JOHN RULE Autumn 2020




Boris Becker: Oliver Lenzen: Sand Text by Oliver BunkerLenzen 1984–1989

August 2020 9783864423208 | £28.50 Paperback | 64pp | 210 x 310 mm 150 col ills Rights: Worldwide exc. France, Germany, Austria, Switzerland, Netherlands, USA & Canada September 2019 9783864422898 | £55.00 Hardback | 272 pp | 275 x 225 mm 50 col,150 duotone and 600 small ills Rights: Worldwide exc. France, Germany, Austria, Switzerland, Netherlands, USA & Canada.


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Edited by Gabriele Conrath-Scholl Sand reflects almost all facets of nature. Sand was probably also the first material encountered by marine organisms during their decisive step toward land. only this in the singular,also sand As both first an artist’s book and an Common archive book, publication isintroduces already a an term for a multitude. About seventy of thesehistory. are found important and poignant theme of German On inshow the preceding illustrations, completely detached their during are the most diverse types of bunkers, built in from particular context, i.e. IIremoved None ofperiod these between individual World War betweenfrom 1940the andsand 1944,as looked in the particles likeby the other. is almost too Boris absurd to imagine 1984 andis1989 artist andIt photographer Becker. Whenthat he there are no two completely identical grainswas of sand onover, began hisprobably documentary project, the Cold War period almost earth. The discrepancy between uniformity of the mass and the and the concrete buildings were the no longer needed for civil defense actual individuality of its is particularly noteworthy purposes. Even more so components than in the past, they appeared like outlandish when considering that, according estimates, every single and seemingly uncanny monsters to within the cityscapes. Theirsecond function on earth some 1 billion and grains of sand are newly created by erosive seemed controversial, no rational-minded person wanted anything processes. What does it take for the grain of sand become round? to do with the murderous ideology they evoked thatto had brought these Sand follows the laws ofBecker gravity.has It isphotographed transported by water, icebunkers or buildings to light. Boris around 700 wind and than deposited layer by layer from ocean the in more 40 West German cities. Hethe based thecoasts series across of works edges the continental shelves into thesimilar large basins of the deep of the of overground bunkers, on a method to the conceptual sea. approach by his teachers, the artist couple Bernd and Hilla Becher.


Boris Becker: Benjamin Katz: Fleurs Text by Eric Darragand Bunker 1984–1989

September 2019 9783864422898 | £55.00 Hardback | 272 pp | 275 xJuly 225 2020 mm 50 col,150 duotone and 600 small ills 9783864423154 | £18.50 Rights: Worldwide exc. France, Paperback | 40pp | 240 x 180 mm Germany, Austria, Switzerland, 17 col ills Netherlands, Signed USA & Canada. by artist

Edited by Gabriele Conrath-Scholl Don’t forget your flowers, Mr Katz! In the life of a bouquet of flowers there is occasionally a photographer. And in the life of a photographer there are and sometimes flowers. That’s what happened As both an artist’s book an archive book, this publication also to Benjamin and perhaps it was meant toofhappen to history. him. AllOn his introducesKatz, an important and poignant theme German life heare hasthe been making portraits artists.built Thousands of portraits, show most diverse types of of bunkers, in particular during not of thousands of artists, but1944, of a few dozen No need World War II between 1940 and looked at innonetheless. the period between to recall their names. discovered these 1984 and all 1989 by artist andHe photographer Boris works Becker.before Whenanyone he else. all these years of being after all theseworks beganAfter his documentary project, the there, Cold War period was almosthe over, has the shown, that he sometimes even the first for to see, have, to and concrete buildings were was no longer needed civil to defense show, he comes out ofsohis house, say in appeared the morning, the day purposes. Even more than in thelet’s past, they like on outlandish he usually buysuncanny a bunchmonsters of flowers at the market. This bouquet of and seemingly within the cityscapes. Their function the day, controversial, easily obtained, henotakes it upstairs toperson his home, puts it in seemed and rational-minded wanted anything atovase, puts in his worldideology in always the samethat place, the cooker, do with theitmurderous they evoked hadon brought these and takes a picture of it. The ever-same photo with the same lens buildings to light. Boris Becker has photographed around 700 bunkers and, as he repeats this operation, heHe ends up,the fairseries weather or foul, in more than 40 West German cities. based of works with sequence ofbunkers, days with thosetocalendars from the of theaoverground onflowers, a methodlike similar the conceptual post office. approach by his teachers, the artist couple Bernd and Hilla Becher.



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Boris From Becker: Becher to Blume Bunker 1984–1989 Photographs from the Sammlung Edited by Gabriele Conrath-Scholl Garnatz and the Photographishe Sammlung/SK in As both an artist’s book and an Stiftung archive book, this Kultur publication also introduces an important and poignant theme of German history. On Dialogue show are the most diverse types of bunkers, built in particular during

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Texts by Gabriele Conrath-Scholl, Klaus Honnef, Claudia Schubert World War II between 1940 and 1944, looked at in the period between 1984 by artistCologne-based and photographer Boris Becker. When he With and their1989 collection, couple Ute and Eberhard began hisimpressively documentary project, the just Coldhow Warinspiring period was almost over, Garnatz demonstrate and and the concrete buildings no longer defense contemporary a private artwere collection can needed actuallyfor be.civil Over decades purposes. Even more so than of in work the past, appeared like outlandish they have assembled a body thatthey celebrates painting just and seemingly uncanny monsters within the cityscapes. Their as much as photography. Sculptural works also form part of function the seemed controversial, and no rational-minded person wanted collection. This publication focuses for the very first time on anything the to do with the murderous ideology they evoked that brought these photographic aspect of the Garnatz Collection andhad juxtaposes buildings positions to light. Boris has photographed around 700 bunkers selected with Becker those from the Photographische Sammlung/ in more thanKultur. 40 West German cities. He based the series of is works SK Stiftung Particularly interesting in this respect the of the overground bunkers,direction, on a method similar to thebyconceptual documentary-conceptual as represented Bernd and approach by his teachers, artist couple Bernd and Hilla Hilla Becher. The Colognethe institution is entrusted with theBecher. Becher Archive, and the Garnatz Collection also contains distinctive photographs by the artist couple. Works related stylistically by Candida Höfer, Thomas Ruff and Thomas Struth have been included in this context and broaden the artistic discourse. In addition, Ute and Eberhard have collected works by experimental and cross-media artists such as Sigmar Polke. This publication and the exhibition of the same name give an impressive insight into how two collections of different genesis enter into a vibrant dialogue – generating a highly expressive and resonant image. JOHN RULE Autumn 2020



Elisabetta Catalano : Between image and performance Text by Laura Cherubini

September 2020 9788899519940 | £14.50 Paperback | 196pp | 240 x 168 mm 130 col & b/w ills Rights: Worldwide exc. Italy

Photography for art. The art of photography. The photography of art. Art for photography. Many creative threads are released and intertwined in the conception and installation design of Elisabetta Catalano. Between Image and Performance, a new and prestigious stop on the path that MAXXI has ventured down, seriously committed to documenting and valorizing the production of some of Italy’s leading interpreters of the photo still. Gabriele Basilico, Letizia Battaglia, Luigi Ghirri, Paolo Pellegrin, Olivo Barbieri and other photographers, just to name those who were the focus of some of the museum’s most recent events, have found MAXXI to feature unique spaces where the artists’ work can arouse the emotion of an especially attentive and keen public. - Giovanna Melandri

Criminal Architectures Photographs by Adelaide di Nunzio Preface by Petra Reski

September 2020 9788885608245 | £31.00 Hardback | 128pp | 240 x 165 mm 50 duotone photos Rights: Worldwide exc. Italy


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Criminal Architectures tells how the mafia has influenced architecture, defaced landscapes and altered people’s lives. Di Nunzio has travelled to Campania, finding villas and swimming pools on terraces of houses that once belonged to the Camorra – and to Calabria’s unfinished public and private buildings. She visited Puglia where enterprises start up but end their activities shortly afterwards, and Sicily, seeking out its confiscated properties. These photos narrate the south of Italy – structures and faces that tell stories of abandonment and anger, trepidation and courage. Alongside the ongoing tension between forgetting and remembering, the reportage focuses on what is never completed: buildings, hotels, luxury restaurants, all left half-constructed. They are abandoned as iron and concrete skeletons. Bare marbles, desolate stairs, abandoned terraces with empty pools inhabited only by rotten water lilies are the new archaeological and architectural ruins in the Italian landscape. Adelaide Di Nunzio was born in Naples in 1978. She graduated from the Academy of Arts in Naples and she moved to Milan to attend the photography and contemporary photographic design at Photography School.



The Mosque in Madinah, which houses the tomb of the Prophet Mohammed himself, is second only to Mecca as the holiest point in the Islamic world. The Prophet was born in Mecca and died in Madinah in the seventh century. The great Mosque has grown around his tomb and continues to spread at the heart of the city. For centuries the tomb has been watched over by a group of Guardians, brought originally from Abyssinia. The Guardians form their own closed society and exercise authority throughout the Mosque. They carry the keys to the tomb. The current generation of Guardians will be the last. They will have no successors and a tradition lasting some eight centuries will be replaced by modern forms of administration. Adel Alquraishi began by making portraits of the Guardians. These photographs, printed on a large scale, received recognition within the kingdom and abroad. He was then able to persuade the Guardians to allow him to photograph the keys. Finally, he was able to photograph through the enclosing iron grill into the chamber itself. This was unprecedented. The Guardians, a book of historical significance, begins and ends with the portraits, and at its centre are the pictures of the tomb. But the book is a study of the old Mosque itself sequenced as if the viewer had entered through the main gate and together with the multitude of pilgrims proceeded to the Prophet’s Chamber and, finally, left by a further gate. Along the way, the viewer is shown all aspects of the interior of the building in its full glory and the flow of devoted pilgrims and visitors from every quarter of the Islamic world in a manner that no previous book has attempted and no earlier photographs have accomplished.

The Guardians Adel Alquraishi

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The Mosque in Madinah, which houses the tomb of the Prophet Mohammed himself, is second only to Mecca as the holiest point of pilgrimage in the Islamic world. For centuries the tomb has been watched over by a group of Guardians, all eunuchs, brought originally from Abyssinia. The Guardians form their own closed society and exercise authority throughout the Mosque. They carry the keys to the tomb. The current generation of Guardians will be the last and a tradition almost as old as Islam itself will be replaced by modern forms of administration. This book begins and end with the portraits, but the book is a study of the Mosque itself sequenced as if the viewer had entered through the main gate and proceeded together with the multitude of pilgrims to the Prophet’s Chamber. Along the way, the viewer is shown all aspects of the interior of the building in its full glory and encounters the flow of devoted pilgrims in a manner that no previous book has attempted and no earlier photographs have accomplished.

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Isle of Eigg Charles Delcourt

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In 1997, the inhabitants of the Isle of Eigg, in the Scottish Inner Hebrides, collectively bought their land from a German artist who had himself bought it from the resident laird. June 12th, 1997 was declared Independence Day in this territory of 11,8 square miles, where about forty families now live, all committed to the governance and destiny of the island. An ecological paradise, Eigg is now opening up to sustainable tourism, while developing a unique model of energy self-sufficiency. French photographer Charles Delcourt has been exploring the Isle of Eigg since 2015, returning eight times and developing a passion for the fate of the island. The islanders have progressively allowed themselves to be tamed by this ever-present photographer, who shares his pictures as gifts, likes to come back for chats, and treats them with respect. A far cry from those who acted as if Eigg was conquered territory, therefore rising suspicions, Charles Delcourt shows genuine curiosity about others, and creates pictures full of tenderness or humour, drawing portraits in total sympathy with his subjects and with the people he meets.

Gary Schwartz

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A Rembrandt Invention - A New Baptism of the Eunuch A distinguished black man kneels on a riverbank before a bearded white man in robes, with the air of a prophet. What could a depiction of this scene be other than the well-known story from chapter 8 of The Acts of the Apostles? Yet, as Gary Schwartz shows in this fascinating, concise study, a closer look is very revealing. The text of Acts, which specifies that both men went into the water, and does not say that the eunuch kneeled or even that he was black. Rembrandt was one of those who took far-reaching liberties with Scripture in his depictions of the story. The occasion to take this closer look was the emergence of an as yet unpublished painting of the Baptism of the eunuch with all the hallmarks of a Rembrandt creation. Is it by him? An engraving of 1650 by a leading Amsterdam printmaker and publisher that reproduces the composition says that it was “invented by Rembrandt”. The inclusion of the painting in the exhibition Young Rembrandt in Leiden gives occasion to Gary Schwartz to review the iconography of the baptism of the eunuch and present the new painting.

Van de Velde & Son, Marine Painters. The Firm of Willem van de Velde the Elder and Willem van de Velde the Younger, 1640-1707 By Remmelt Daalder

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Painting naval battles, view of harbours and coasts, as well as detailed ‘portraits’ of battleships, yachts and merchant vessels was the core business of the van de Velde family firm. Father and son van de Velde had flourishing workshops, first in Amsterdam, and later in England. The present publication focuses on the development of the van de Velde firm: how it managed to distinguish itself from its competitors, how it built its clientele, and how father and son adapted to the changes in the 17th-century art market. The book is not merely about the art of painting, but also tells the story of the people behind the artefacts, the way in which the firm coped with the stormy circumstances of its time, and the importance of family ties.

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Raphael. The Power of Renaissance Images The Dresden Tapestries and their Impact State Art Collections Dresden; Stephan Koja

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From 1515, Raphael was commissioned by Pope Leo X to create ten large-format cartoons, which were used as design to weave the tapestries for the Sistine Chapel. They show scenes from the lives of the Princes of the Apostles, Peter and Paul. In the 17th century, Raphael’s cartoons were used in the Mortlake tapestry workshop in England for use in weaving further series. The series of six wall hangings which came into the collection of Augustus the Strong was also made there. This volume is published on the occasion of the special exhibition presented by the Gemäldegalerie Alte Meister to mark the 500th anniversary of the death of the important painter and architect of the Italian High Renaissance. Tracing the genesis of Raphael’s designs, it explores in detail the Dresden series and looks at the powerful influence of the wall hangings on subsequent artists up to the 19th century.


Treasures of the Collections Stephan Koja

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A masterpiece of museum architecture, the Gottfried Semper Gallery Building celebrated its reopening in 2020 and houses Dresden’s world-famous Gemäldegalerie Alte Meister and Skulpturensammlung until 1800 – a ‘trove of art treasures by the greatest masters that perhaps surpasses all the galleries of the world’. The museum’s impressively choreographed new joint display features wonderous objects from Dresden’s Collection of Classical Antiquities such as the Large Herculaneum Woman, small bronzes and works in marble from the Renaissance and Baroque such as Giambologna’s Mars, and seminal paintings on panel and canvas – from Raphael’s Sistine Madonna to Rembrandt’s portrait of himself and his wife. This lavishly illustrated volume now unites highlights from both collections and is a vivid visual record of the reciprocal streams of influence between the two art forms of painting and sculpture.

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Paints on Gold and Silver Theresa Witting; Ulrike Weinhold ART

Many works of goldsmiths’ art once presented themselves in a surprising range of colors, their appearance dominated by the use of paints. Since these treatments were subject to deterioration over time, the polychromatic surfaces are today often only partially extant and were thus given little attention by scholars. In this volume, experts from several European cultural institutions look at this realm of research in terms of art history, restoration and conservation, and with a scientific perspective, spanning a period from the Middle Ages to the early nineteenth century. Complementing Grünes Gewölbe’s 2018 publication “Natürlich bemalt: Farbfassungen auf Goldschmiedearbeiten des 16. bis 18. Jahrhunderts am Dresdner Hof”, the first to explore the subject in a comprehensive way, now additional findings are available on this fascinating creative device.

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Sean Scully: Passenger – a retrospective Edited by Dávid Fehér

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The Museum of Fine Arts – Hungarian National Gallery is proud to present the first retrospective in Central Eastern Europe of the life’s work of Sean Scully, one of the most important contemporary exponents of abstract art. Starting with the early figurative experiments of the 1960s and the minimalist pieces from the 1970s, the exhibition encompasses every major period of Scully’s career: works from the 1980s, based on expressive bands of colour and giving off a sculptural feel; groups of works associated with window and wall motifs; and his recent – and to many people surprising – turn towards figuration. His dialogue with the art historical past is crucial for understanding his oeuvre. The exhibition examines how Scully reinterprets the traditions and broadens the concept of abstract art: seen from the perspective of Sean Scully’s art, the history of painting and the classical artworks in the collection of the Museum of Fine Arts appear in a different light.

Texts by Deborah Lyons and Brian O’Doherty

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Edward Hopper’s ledger books, part of the New York Whitney Museum’s large Hopper holdings, provide the unique opportunity to peer into the creative process of one of the most private and taciturn artists of the modern era. Together with his wife, Hopper recorded paintings made and paintings sold, accountings made and payments received, materials used and subjects considered. What the sketches and notations convey, however, is not the day-to-day working process of just any painter, but of an artist whose subject engaged the very notion of the quotidian in a manner unrivalled to the present day. And they shed a new light on the Whitney Museum’s special and privileged relationship with the artist. Juxtaposing selected original ledger pages with full-color reproductions of the respective paintings, our volume, an original Schirmer/Mosel production, documents the making-of and subsequent fate of Edward Hopper’s most revered works.


Edward Hopper: Paintings and Ledger Book Drawings

Rainer Werner Fassbinder: Film Stills 1966-1982 Texts by John Waters, Hans Helmut Prinzler & Peter Handke

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Rainer Werner Fassbinder was just 37 years old when he died in Munich on 10 June 1982. In 17 years of feverish activity beginning in 1966, he made 44 films at breakneck speed that rise up like an aesthetic mountain range in the world of cinema. Influenced by both the intellectual subtleness of Bert Brecht and a laconic appropriation of the profane ä la Andy Warhol, Fassbinder developed his own, very idiosyncratic poetic language. And because the forms of love of which he spoke were usually of the melancholy variety, it developed into a global language. Providing an exact and loving description of conditions in (West) Germany after the war and prior to reunification, his films have become a national monument. It was in an overabundance of powerfully articulated cinematic imagination compressed into 17 creative years that the poet and storyteller Fassbinder found his true fulfilment, which ultimately consumed him. It is a tribute to a genius—a holy and a hurried one.

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Antonio Trimani | Matteo Montani: Invitation to a Disaster A project by Carlo Cinque - Le Stazioni Contemporary Art Texts: Marco Tonelli, Marco Bazzini

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“If there are two artists who can intimately and secretly shed light on each other, these are Matteo Montani and Antonio Trimani. Trimani’s screen light seems to have the same immaterial density of Montani’s painting, for in both cases the flux of images appears to be still. Movement is a mirage; nonetheless, mirages are real. In Montani’s case, we can still read the vibrant story, or rather the micro-stories, of how color has been applied, of how it pours down and drops, of how blue glides on the invisible and shimmering roughness of the grains of abrasive paper, phantasms of painting longing to appear to better disappear. In Trimani, the stillness of the image is counteracted by barely perceptible changes and transformations. In short, the two artists unintentionally exchange the very essence of their expressive and technical means”.

Soundlines of Contemporary Art Curated by Mazdak Faiznia and Marina Hakobyan

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The exhibition has brought together Armenian and foreign artists of utterly different cultural developments and perceptions. Their actually different principles and thinking encircled in the same versatile outline, form an artistic atmosphere of free coexistence and dialogue. Avoiding traditional separation of types and styles, the cultural concept of the exhibition makes the art of the recent 30 years, which, objectively, reveals the new artistic means and possibilities of world outlook that has appeared in art conditioned by both historical and artistic changes. Characterized by diversity of traditional and alternative developments of means and methods, it embraces transformations and main trends of the recent decades. The variety of genres and ideological, aesthetic and perceptive diversity and contrast, dialogue and interaction of different mentalities make the conceptual basis of the exhibition. The project, which represents works of both established artists and beginners of various generations, includes almost all fine art types: painting, unique graphics, sculpture, as well as exclusive items of decorativeapplied art, art photography, and installation among others

Edited by Luca Beatrice

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I go to the Maximum: Chronicles from Post-Modern Italy “The image of the clock stopped at 10:25 on 2 August 1980 was a tremendous blow to Italy’s signs of recovery after the so-called ‘decade of lead and blood’. Yet those who were in Bologna in September 1979, just a little less than a year earlier, had sensed in the still-warm air that there was the desire to change, to turn the page. Patti Smith was in concert at the stadium; she was also due to perform in Florence the following evening. I listened to Patti Smith’s albums and pinned up the lyrics of her songs, yet I knew nothing of her relationship with Robert Mapplethorpe. We are, however, talking about a niche artist, a punk poet who entered the mainstream along with a substantial part of the ‘transgressive’ movement. For almost ten years no one had come from America or London to perform in Italy; indeed, those concerts assumed the significance of a symbolic liberation. To complete that unforgettable weekend, Ferrari won the F1 world championship in Monza with Jody Scheckter.”


Boris Becker: David Renggli: BunkerLife, 1984–1989 Work, Balance

Editedand by Gabriele Conrath-Scholl Edited with a text by Andreas Baur

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The present monograph Work Life Balance focuses on artistic As both an artist’s book and an archive book, this publication also works by David Renggli from 2006 until today – with no claim to the introduces an important and poignant theme of German history. On completeness of a list of works, but most certainly with respect for show are the most diverse types of bunkers, built in particular during the striking heterogeneity inherent to the oeuvre of the Swiss artist World War II between 1940 and 1944, looked at in the period between and musician. It offers a broad overview of the oeuvre and provides 1984 and 1989 by artist and photographer Boris Becker. When he informative impressions of the slyly dandy-like self-stagings of the began his documentary project, the Cold War period was almost over, artist. Should his works be understood merely as odes to hedonism? and the concrete buildings were no longer needed for civil defense Not at all! With his works, David Renggli revives highly diverse purposes. Even more so than in the past, they appeared like outlandish clichés of adamant desire and idyllic imaginings, only to confront and seemingly uncanny monsters within the cityscapes. Their function them in a subtle, sensitive manner with their own deconstructions. seemed controversial, and no rational-minded person wanted anything With a vigorous wink of the eyes, he adopts an ironical perspective to do with the murderous ideology they evoked that had brought these with regard to ideals of beauty and the cult of physical allure, buildings to light. Boris Becker has photographed around 700 bunkers not hesitating to critique the urge to self-optimisation and the in more than 40 West German cities. He based the series of works egocentricity of self-infatuation. As a Neo-Dadaist, David Renggli of the overground bunkers, on a method similar to the conceptual remains unswervingly devoted to the free play of art – and also of approach by his teachers, the artist couple Bernd and Hilla Becher. music: “My favourite instrument? Snare drum.”

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Boris Becker: One Two Three Ayșe Erkmen: Edited by Marc1984–1989 Gundel, Rita E. Täuber Bunker

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Edited by Gabriele Conrath-Scholl Ayşe Erkmen’s arrival on the world stage of art has come as no surprise, though still with actions of great conceptual strength. Theboth artist worldwide sensation with herpublication helicopteralso flight As an caused artist’s abook and an archive book, this around Münster Cathedral part of SkulpturProjekte 1997 and introduces an important andaspoignant theme of German history. On again are twenty yearsdiverse later with herofwork “On Water”, also created show the most types bunkers, built in particular during for SkulpturProjekte, that and allowed waterbetween in World War II between 1940 1944,visitors looked to at walk in theon period the harbour in Münster. In July 2020, Ayşe Erkmen received 1984 and 1989basin by artist and photographer Boris Becker. When he the fifth Franz Vogelmann Prize forWar Sculpture, andalmost she is over, began hisErnst documentary project, the Cold period was the first woman in the series of no previous Roman Signer, and the concrete buildings were longer winners: needed for civil defense Franz Erhard Walther, Schütte Deacon. Ayşe purposes. Even more soThomas than in the past,and theyRichard appeared like outlandish Erkmen’s practice doesmonsters not aim atwithin a permanent work ofTheir art, function but and seemingly uncanny the cityscapes. rather employs minimal interventions on site person to create a temporary seemed controversial, and no rational-minded wanted anything state that the challenges ourideology perception endures memory.these Over to do with murderous theyand evoked that as hada brought five decades, an oeuvre rooted has in sculpture and characterized by buildings to light. Boris Becker photographed around 700 bunkers sharpness of 40 thought, sensuality andHeformal been in more than West German cities. basedconsistency the series ofhas works created, whereby bunkers, a variety on of concepts, forms, media and materials of the overground a method similar to the conceptual intersect on a number of different approach by his teachers, the artistlevels. couple Bernd and Hilla Becher.


Boris Becker: Georg Baselitz: Bunker 1984–1989 Akademie Rousseau

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“There is a remarkable painting in the Picasso room at As both an artist’s book and an archive book, this publication also Kunstmuseum in Basel: a full-length portrait of Guillaume introduces an important and poignant theme of German history. On Apollinaire with his muse, Marie Laurencin. It was Henri Rousseau show are the most diverse types of bunkers, built in particular during who painted this wonderful picture. Only I had remembered it as a World War II between 1940 and 1944, looked at in the period between self-portrait of Rousseau with Madame Rousseau. Marie Laurencin 1984 and 1989 by artist and photographer Boris Becker. When he was Apollinaire’s muse, Clémence Rousseau was Rousseau’s muse. began his documentary project, the Cold War period was almost over, Picasso also had a self-portrait by Henri. There’s a quite intimate and the concrete buildings were no longer needed for civil defense photograph, taken by André Gomés, of Picasso holding Rousseau’s purposes. Even more so than in the past, they appeared like outlandish self-portrait in his right hand and the portrait of Rousseau’s wife in and seemingly uncanny monsters within the cityscapes. Their function his left hand. I have painted a lot of portraits of my wife and myself seemed controversial, and no rational-minded person wanted anything in recent years, many showing us dressed as others – sometimes to do with the murderous ideology they evoked that had brought these as my parents, sometimes as Lenin and Stalin, but mostly as Otto buildings to light. Boris Becker has photographed around 700 bunkers Dix’s parents. That double portrait of Dix’s parents is also in the in more than 40 West German cities. He based the series of works Basel Kunstmuseum, with another version in Hanover. So it was to be of the overground bunkers, on a method similar to the conceptual that kind of double portrait of Elke and myself, in the guise of Marie approach by his teachers, the artist couple Bernd and Hilla Becher. Laurencin and Apollinaire, bearing in mind that the beautiful frame of that painting in Basel was also important – in my memory, not face to face.”

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Boris Becker: Henning Strassburger: Die Bunker 1984–1989 Unschuldigen Editedby byBruno Gabriele Conrath-Scholl Edited Brunnet, Nicole Hackert

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In the age of social media, Henning Strassburger, who studied As both an artist’s book and an archive book, this publication also at Kunstakademie Düsseldorf, explores new perspectives, new introduces an important and poignant theme of German history. On approaches regarding habitus and new formal language rules. In show are the most diverse types of bunkers, built in particular during addition to the strong charisma that pop culture quite obviously World War II between 1940 and 1944, looked at in the period between exudes on his work, one is immediately reminded of the dictum of 1984 and 1989 by artist and photographer Boris Becker. When he Jasper Johns (1965) in that illusionist painting no longer needs any began his documentary project, the Cold War period was almost over, pictorial illusionism because it has now become an object itself; and the concrete buildings were no longer needed for civil defense after all, the illusionary representation of an object, an actual object, purposes. Even more so than in the past, they appeared like outlandish had become obsolete with Pop Art. This is still valid today, albeit and seemingly uncanny monsters within the cityscapes. Their function under different circumstances, which is why the exhibition organizer seemed controversial, and no rational-minded person wanted anything Max Dax is presenting the works of Henning Strassburger in the to do with the murderous ideology they evoked that had brought these Hamburg exhibition Hyper also under the aspect that the flood of buildings to light. Boris Becker has photographed around 700 bunkers images on the Internet simulating realism provides an inexhaustible in more than 40 West German cities. He based the series of works fund of object-like works in the sense of Johns. Accordingly, Henning of the overground bunkers, on a method similar to the conceptual Strassburger uses the teenage fantasies embodied by net idols as approach by his teachers, the artist couple Bernd and Hilla Becher. projection surfaces for abstract image motifs: the kiss of two female pop stars on the big stage just as much as the self-invention of a teen star as a tough macho-rapper.

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Boris Fiona Becker: Tan: With the other hand Catalogue edited by Thorsten Sadowsky and Florian Steininger Bunker 1984–1989 Reader edited by Gilda Williams Edited by Gabriele Conrath-Scholl

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Fiona Tan has occupied a pivotal position within contemporary art since the 1990s; her moving-image and this photographic As both anlate artist’s book and an archive book, publicationartworks also familiar from key international biennials and exhibitions. Tan introduces an many important and poignant theme of German history. On explores and time and our within workingduring within show are history the most diverse types of place bunkers, builtthem, in particular the contested territory of representation. embedded in all of World War II between 1940 and 1944, lookedDeeply at in the period between Fiona Tan’s work is her fascination with the mutability of identity, 1984 and 1989 by artist and photographer Boris Becker. When he the deceptive nature of representation and the of memory across began his documentary project, the Cold Warplay period was almost over, timethe andconcrete space inbuildings a world were increasingly shaped byfor global and no longer needed civil culture. defense These books mark thesooccasion of Fiona Tan’sappeared first extensive midpurposes. Even more than in the past, they like outlandish career retrospective, presented concurrently at the Museum der and seemingly uncanny monsters within the cityscapes. Their function Modernecontroversial, Salzburg andand Kunsthalle Krems. Theperson exhibition catalogue, seemed no rational-minded wanted anything discusses themurderous works drawn from two shown both to do with the ideology theydecades evoked that hadacross brought these venues. Reader gathers the key critical writings across buildingsThe to light. Boris Becker has photographed around 700 the bunkers artist’s works as explored through of art history, in moreessential than 40 West German cities. He basedthe thelens series of works postcolonial theory, film analysis, and more. Catalogue essays and of the overground bunkers, on a method similar to the conceptual exhibitionby reviews on individual works are Bernd set alongside own approach his teachers, the artist couple and HillaTan’s Becher. substantial body of writing: essays, letters, scripts, project notes, as well as discussions of other artists’ work, from Chantal Akerman to Jeff Wall.


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Edited by Gabriele Conrath-Scholl For Priska von Martin, the catalyst in life was the desire to capture humanity as form. She tried to delineate artistically what constitutes human isolation, pain,also but also As both existence, an artist’s including book and an archive dysfunctionality, book, this publication harmony, andand beauty. She theme captured the essence of human introduceswholeness an important poignant of German history. On existence in animal figurestypes as well as women’s and torsos. show are the most diverse of bunkers, builtbodies in particular during Her artWar wasII aimed at 1940 the corporeal, the visibly – injury, World between and 1944, looked at inphysical the period between dislocation, displacement as well as the spiritual, theWhen invisible, 1984 and 1989 by artist and–photographer Boris Becker. he the intangible – emotions, instincts, conditions. Whowas was Priskaover, von began his documentary project, the Cold War period almost Martin? What hopes did she place bequeathing hercivil estate to her and the concrete buildings were no in longer needed for defense native Freiburg, so farsoaway place work in Munich, on purposes. Even more thanfrom in theher past, theyofappeared like outlandish the vague chance of being viewedwithin and understood independently? and seemingly uncanny monsters the cityscapes. Their function If she was focusing on and thisno (deferred) outside person view, why did she seemed controversial, rational-minded wanted anything scarcely her oeuvre? Which parts ofthat herhad lifebrought story didthese she to do withdocument the murderous ideology they evoked want to leave in the dark? How do we treat the information we have buildings to light. Boris Becker has photographed around 700 bunkers about this artist, whoGerman is described most of her companions as a in more than 40 West cities.byHe based the series of works tactful person? Tobunkers, what extent we infer, from theconceptual (almost utter) of the overground on acan method similar to the absence ofbyviews on political events, socialBernd contexts sphere approach his teachers, the artist couple and and Hillaher Becher. of operation, that she didn’t engage with any of them?



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Boris Becker: We Never Sleep Edited by Cristina Ricupero, Alexandra Midal, Katharina Dohm Bunker 1984–1989

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Edited by Gabriele Conrath-Scholl Espionage is linked to obtaining rare secrets or confidential information without the permission of the beholder. If in the past, national governments onarchive individuals states, in times of As both an artist’s bookspied and an book,orthis publication also digital communication individuals areofin the capacity of On introduces an importantprivate and poignant theme German history. revealing hidden or whistle-blowers fight show are the mostgovernmental diverse types secrets of bunkers, built in particular during their government’s spying their own citizens. This created perfect World War II between 1940 and 1944, looked at in the period between grounds a renewed interest in the mechanisms of secrecy. 1984 and for 1989 by artist and photographer Boris Becker. When he This book is dedicated to the fascination of espionage sourceover, of began his documentary project, the Cold War period wasasalmost current artistic inspiration. International the topic and the concrete buildings were no longer artists neededaddress for civil defense from a contemporary perspective touching aspects purposes. Even more so than in thewith past,their theyworks appeared like outlandish of espionage as surveillance, paranoia, threat, camouflage, and seeminglysuch uncanny monsters within the cityscapes. Their function cryptography, manipulation, and betrayal. The book seemed controversial, and nocold-blood rational-minded person wanted anything presents multitude of artistic strategies as well as unexpected to do withathe murderous ideology they evoked that had brought these objects and touches theBecker “golden age” of espionage during the Cold buildings to light. Boris has photographed around 700 bunkers War as well context of media super-exposure. Artists featured: in more thanas 40the West German cities. He based the series of works Simon Denny, Rodney Graham, Gabriel similar Lester, to Simon Menner, of the overground bunkers, on a method the conceptual Metahaven, Paglen,the Noam Treister, Nomeda & approach by Trevor his teachers, artistToran, coupleSuzanne Bernd and Hilla Becher. Gediminas Urbonas et al.

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Boris Becker: Werner Büttner: Bunker 1984–1989 Undichte Schlüssellöcher ART

Edited by Gabriele Conrath-Scholl Text by Kristian Vistrup Madsen, Zdenek Felix Has Werner Büttner’s world of images indeed grown funnier, As both an artist’s book and an archive book, this publication also more colourful, or should one, following Kristian Vistrup Madsen’s introduces an important and poignant theme of German history. On observations, consider it to be invariably gloomy and oppressive? show are the most diverse types of bunkers, built in particular during The latter certainly applies to a work such as “Brüder (Kain + Abel)” World War II between 1940 and 1944, looked at in the period between from 1983, but no longer in such exclusivity to his most recent 1984 and 1989 by artist and photographer Boris Becker. When he works. Here, the bitter singing of “No-Future” by the protagonists began his documentary project, the Cold War period was almost over, of the 1980s is accompanied by a good portion of ironic melancholy and the concrete buildings were no longer needed for civil defense and caustic mockery. His use of colour has also changed, the purposes. Even more so than in the past, they appeared like outlandish earthy tones giving way to a certain signal-like quality, yet without and seemingly uncanny monsters within the cityscapes. Their function severing the connection to his earlier works. But what led to such a September 2019 seemed controversial, and no rational-minded person wanted anything melancholy softening of his worldview? Is it a general consequence 9783864422898 | £55.00 to do with the murderous ideology they evoked that had brought these of getting older? Or is it based on the more specific consciousness of Hardback | 272 pp | 275 x 225 mm buildings to light. Boris Becker has photographed around 700 bunkers now actually being too old for the “not-wanting-to-become-like-theAugust 50 col,150 duotone and 600 small2020 ills in more than 40 West German cities. He based the series of works old-folk” (in the 1980s)? £23.25 Rights:9783864423284 Worldwide exc.|France, of the overground bunkers, on a method similar to the conceptual Paperback 64pp | 280 x 200 mm Germany,| Austria, Switzerland, approach by his teachers, the artist couple Bernd and Hilla Becher. 44Canada. col ills Netherlands, USA & Rights: Worldwide exc. France, Germany, Austria, Switzerland, Netherlands, USA & Canada


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Lois Weinberger: Renaissance Garden Edited by Esterhazy Privatstiftung The Austrian artist Lois Weinberger, participant at documenta 1997 and 2017 and the Venice Biennale of 2009, realized two large-scale installations for the art foundation NOW Esterhazy Contemporary: The project FELDWEG (Garden Path), which invites you on a poetic journey of sorts through the Renaissance gardens of Lackenbach Palace, and the sculptural exhibition BASICS, small golem-like figurines of malleable mixtures of mud and pieces of wood, at the grand staircase of Esterhazy Palace in Eisenstadt. In the wake of Lois Weinberger’s sudden passing in April 2020, the two installations are his last major works. The publication documents the two projects and presents a cycle of poetic texts by Weinberger. Texts by Severin Dünser, Michael Hausenblas, and curator Vitus Weh explore the artist’s work, which remains highly politically relevant to this day.

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Stano Filko, Milos Laky & Jan Zavarsky: White Space in White Space 1973-1982 Texts by Noit Banai et al

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The publication is the first documentation of the project White Space in White Space, which was initiated by Stano Filko, Miloš Laky, and Ján Zavarský in 1973 and evolved over the course of almost ten year. This book examines all the international exhibitions (Brno, Budapest, Paris, Warsaw, Beograd, Kassel), the collected manifestos, and the artists’ writings as well as the project’s further transformation in the practice of Stano Filko as a solo artist. The “White Space in White Space” is interpreted from various perspectives in essays, interviews, and commentaries not only to cement its place within Eastern European Conceptual Art but also to stress its legacy for contemporary art and institutional practice today. White Space in a White Space, a major portion of which is now part of the Kontakt collection, marks the beginning of a series of publications that document research findings in connection with key works of Eastern European Neo-Avantgarde.

AMA: L’ubomír Durcek, Kveta Fulierová, Július Koller and Amateur Artists. Edited by Daniel Grúň.

September 2020 9783903172623 | £26.00 Paperback | 352pp | 300 x 230 mm 200 col & b/w ills Rights: Worldwide exc. Germany, Austria, Switzerland, USA & Canada

AMA is the first critical survey devoted to the long-term educational activity of L’ubomír Ďurček (* 1948), Květoslava Fulierová (* 1932), and Július Koller (1939–2007). Extensive photographic documentation and a selection of key texts present their distinctive method of working with amateur artists between 1968 and 1998. As tutors they were acting under the auspices of the district cultural centres in Bratislava. This publication compiles previously unpublished materials focusing on a method of alternative education that retains its relevance today. The Cultural Situations, initiated by Július Koller, reveal the determination of these artists to freely develop their own program, in which amateurs attending summer gatherings were involved on the basis of equality. “May this publication motivate today’s young specialists to be unprofessional and inspire future professionals to artistic amateurism” (Daniel Grúň, editor).

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The Anarchivist: History, Memory, and Archives Geof Huth

Sept 2020 9781939901149 | £26.00 Paperback | 148pp | 205 x 175mm 40 colour ills Rights: Worldwide exc. USA & Canada

This volume assembles essays on the practice of archives by the archivist and experimental poet Geof Huth, along with his color photographs of ancient records on parchment and distressed paper. Huth reflects on the interplay between history, archives, and memory—on how we imagine facts and truth into being. In the end, the book is concerned with how we produce knowledge via the stories told through those records we have determined to keep. Geof Huth is the Chief Record Officer and Chief Law Librarian at the New York State Unified Court System. With more than a quarter of a century experience in the field, Geof Huth is an authority on best practices in records management in government. He frequently speaks about digital archives and other records management issues across New York State and the country.

7 Days: Expanded Edition Edited by Holly Crawford This expanded edition of the best-selling book features entries from over 40 different artists and creatives as they pull back the curtain to reveal hardships, vulnerabilities and the banality of life in the arts. Each chapter presents a personal account of the contributor’s intimacy with art—and the disillusionment, poignancy and success that comes with it during a week. Contributors include Peter Frank, Doug Harvey, Alymahah Rashed, B. Rogers, Jonathon Keats, Nancy Lippe, Cristin McKnight Sethi, ORLAN, Natacha Voliakovsky, Elizabeth Gower, Mary Valverde, and Linnea West, among others.

October 2020 9781939901101 | £15.00 Paperback | 332pp | 235 x 190mm 147 b/w ills Rights: Worldwide exc. USA & Canada


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Holly Crawford is cross media artist, behavioural scientist, economist and art historian. She received her Ph.D. from the University of Essex in Art History and Theory, B.A and M.A. in Economics and M.S. in Behavioural Science from UCLA.

Paul Maizer Essays on art; artist profiles; digressions on art and culture. One Foot in the Other World represents the first years of poet Paul Maziar’s work as an art writer. The essays in this volume include “Ann Craven: In Search of Lost Time”; “Soutine & Sander’s Pastry Chefs”; “Robert Frank’s The Americans”; “Katherine Bradford’s Luminous Nocturnes”; “A Beautiful Space That Slips Away: Philippe Soupault and the French Avant-Garde” and many more.


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Paul Maziar is a Portland based writer, curator, and small-press editor. He writes about art for various publications such as BOMB, the Los Angeles Review of Books, Oregon ArtsWatch, L.A. Weekly, and RREALISM.

November 2020 9781939901163 | £15.00 Paperback | 250pp | 190 x 130mm 50 col & b/w ills Rights: Worldwide exc. USA & Canada

No Philosopher King: An Everyday Guide To Art and Life Under Trump Minus Plato Drawing wisdom from ancient philosophers and poets, and the spirited rebellion of the contemporary arts scene, Minus Plato makes daily musings and ruminations concerning the state of global politics and the duty of citizens to dissent. This book records a year of critical thinking and the ensuing conversations, examining our everyday lives under the Trump administration, so that we may responsibly affect the future. Written by Richard Fletcher using the nom de plume of Minus Plato, this book follows a Classics professor as he copes with the reckoning that was the American 2016 presidential election. November 2020 9781939901132 | £18.00 Paperback | 354pp | 450 x 215 mm 80 b/w ills July 2019 Rights: Worldwide exc. USA & Canada

Fletcher is an Associate Professor in the Department of Arts Administration, Education and Policy at Ohio State University. In 2015 Richard published an essay in Paul Chan’s book called “Hippiacs Minor or The Art of the Cunning”.

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Memorialising Ganesh Pyne: Photographs & Photo Collages by Veena Bhargava Veena Bhargava and Ella Datta

November 2020 9789385360831 | £23.00 Paperback | 96pp | 203 x 229 mm 88 col & b/w ills Rights: Worldwide exc. India, USA & Canada

“Ganesh Pyne (1937–2013), one of the foremost artists of postIndependence India, is no stranger to connoisseurs of art in India. His haunting images of intimations of mortality, the crepuscular light in his canvases, and his brilliant use of his own version of tempera are widely admired. But he was a shy, reclusive man, who has left little trace of himself in public memory. Memorialising Ganesh Pyne fills this gap by bringing to life the sensitive artist through a remarkable series of photographs shot by artist Veena Bhargava across two decades. The portfolio of portrait and group photographs that capture glimpses of the artist at work and leisure also provide poignant insights into a very private person. This visual record is anchored by two essays: the first, by Veena Bhargava, recounts her experience of taking these perceptive images; the second, by Ella Datta, analyses the aesthetic value of these rarely seen portraits. A detailed timeline of politics and culture during Pyne’s life adds archival value to the book.” Published in association with Akar Prakar, Kolkata, India.

One Continuous Line: Art, Architecture and Urbanism of Aditya Prakash Vikramaditya Prakash

November 2020 9788189995683 | £50.00 Hardback | 292pp | 280 x 254 mm 396 col & b/w ills Rights: Worldwide exc. India, USA & Canada


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Aditya Prakash (1924–2008) belonged to the first generation of Indian modernists that came into its own in the Nehruvian era. Built around a multidisciplinary oeuvre that was unique amongst his peers, Prakash’s life was dedicated to finding the “one continuous line” which linked art— as the search for the beautiful, architecture—as the enabler of life, and planning—as the ethic of protecting the interests of poor. Interspersed with a series of visual essays and embedded videos, audio and slideshows, this book is conceived as an introduction to Prakash’s vast body of work. Besides practising architecture, he was an academic, a prolific painter, sculptor, furniture designer, stage set-designer, poet and public speaker. This volume documents Prakash’s education as an architect in Delhi and London, his early modernist works, his deep artistic impulses, his love of theatre, and his efforts to rally a culture of academic inquiry. Supported by Graham Foundation for Advanced Studies in the Fine Arts.


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Following in the footsteps of the publisher’s compilation series on character design – all collector’s items by now – the new Pictoplasma Magazine will continue to investigate current trends and concepts in illustration, animation, game design and graphic arts. Planned as an annual publication, it will reflect on the latest developments in figurative aesthetics and feature new works by and interviews with established artists and upcoming talents. The first edition will coincide with the 15th Pictoplasma Berlin Festival and focus on images of bodies currently circulating in character culture. Artists featured include Sundance winner for Best Animated Short Jeron Braxton, who explores the black American experience via surreal Playstation 2 aesthetics; illustrator Martina Paukova, whose jam-packed images of the mundane are fuelled by deadpan humour; illustrator-animator duo Cabeza Patata, who construct a gorgeously body-positive, nononsense world; and Laurie Rowan, who is currently wowing the Internet with his fleshy 3D grotesquerie.

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Dutch Tiles of the 20th century with images of the Far East Jan Pluis, Min Chen

September 2020 9789059973114 | £19.50 Paperback | 96pp | 230 x 225 mm 60 col & b/w ills Rights: Worldwide exc. Netherlands, Belgium, USA & Canada

This book describes how Chinese and Japanese culture and imagery found their way to Dutch tiles. An important role in this respect was played by Martin van Straaten, a tile merchant based in London, who initially bought porcelain tiles in China. When Chinese supplies stalled in 1927, the Tichelaar tile works in Makkum were requested to take the Chinese designs into production. The Tichelaar tiles form a core element of this publication. Each of the 55 tiles is introduced with a brief description of the depicted figure; the traditional Chinese characters of the inscriptions have been transcribed and translated. In addition, the book contains convenient tables of all series with Chinese images produced by the well-known tile works in Utrecht, Harlingen, and Makkum from 1900, as well as discussions of Chinese and Japanese imagery used by producers of earthenware in Utrecht, Maastricht, and Gouda. Finally, much attention is given to the many depictions of Daoist and Buddhist symbols, and objects of everyday life of ancient China and Japan.

Ϝίννι-ὁ-Φῦ. Winnie-the-Pooh in ancient Greek By Alan Alexander Milne, Peter Stork (trans.)

A classic of British children’s literature, A.A. Milne’s Winniethe-Pooh has been translated into some 45 languages, including Latin. Classicist Peter Stork has now also produced the first ever translation into ancient Greek. This charming booklet, with E.H. Sheppard’s original illustrations, is certain to delight Pooh lovers, as well as students of ancient Greek of every level, and may become a serious rival of Plato and Xenophon! Peter Stork taught ancient Greek at Leiden University from 1970 until 2005.

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Flowers, Birds, Wind, and Moon: The Phenomenology of Nature in Japanese Culture This book explores the association of Japanese culture and nature using ten motifs as lenses on aspects of Japanese culture. It examines how Japanese concepts of time, interval, and otherness overlap with how quantum physics and relativity theory grapple with issues of uncertainty, indeterminacy, and ambiguity; proposing that nature and seasonal change function as a system of recombinant codes for expressing Japanese sensibilities and serve as motifs in the creative arts which shape Japanese life and thought.

December 2020 9784866581392 | £38.00 Hardback | 320pp | 220 x 148 mm Rights: Worldwide exc. Japan, USA, & Canada

Traditional Cuisine of the Ryukyu Islands: A History of Health and Healing Takagi Rin This modern version of the Gozen honzo, a nineteenth-century guidebook on diet therapy written in 1832 by Tokashiki Pechin Tsukan, chief physician to the king of the Ryukyu Kingdom, will lead you to understand that the Okinawan saying “food is kusuimun (medicine)” is truly so. It covers 60 traditional Ryukyu foodstuffs from grains and vegetables to meat and fish, explains their medicinal effects, required preparation, and effective combinations. Seventy recipes from the original text reproduce the various delicacies that are the foundation of Okinawan cuisine.

December 2020 9784866581316 | £34.00 Hardback | 144pp | 210 x 148 mm 100 col ills Rights: Worldwide exc. Japan, USA, & Canada

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Lea Lublin: A Retrospective Leap in Time Liam Gillick Living in the Material World Luca Trevisani Lucian Freud and the Animal M+M: Come to Me first Magdalena Kita: Californication Maki Na Kamura Manfred Pernice: Haldensleben, Bibette Headland, Hotel Hangelar Marcel Duchamp and the Women Marcel Duchamp: The Curatorial Work Marco Lulic: I was the Waitress at the Bauhaus Marcus Weber. Krazy Dog Moon Kat Maria Brunner Marianne Vitale: Oh don't ask why Marilyn Minter: Hamburg Catalogue Mark Sheinkman: Otterndorf Catalogue Markus Bacher: After Eight Markus Lüpertz: Architecture Dithyrambic Markus Lupertz: Byways and Highways- A Retrospective Markus Lupertz: Myth & Metamorphosis Markus Proschek. Marlene Dumas: Female Marriage at Schloss Dyck Martin Boyce Martin Creed Martin Kippenberger: Bitteschön Dankeschön Martin Kippenberger: Museum of Modern Art Syros Martin Zellerhoff: Taking up the Motif Mary Heilman & Blinky Palermo: Mary Blinky Yay Mary Heilmann: Seeing Things, Visions, Waves & Roads Mathieu Mercier: Everything but the Kitchen Sink Mathilde Rosier: Ceremonially Infused Matthias Weischer: Thicket Matti Braun Max Beckmann in Dialogue Melanie Smith: Short Circuit Memphis Schulze: Catalogue raisonne Meuser: The Woman Rides and the Horse Goes on Foot Michael Beutler: Four Places for Sculptural Projects Michael Schmidt: Food Michael Venezia: Paintings Michel Würthle: le cinema de la vie Mira Schendel: Monotypes Miroslav Balka: Lightduress Mohau Modisakeng: Selected Works Moment Monument: Natalia Stachon Next Generations Nic Hess Drawing Installations 1995-2013 Nikola Röthemeyer: Frauenzimmer Nils Nova:Works So Far Nina Pohl: Oldenburg Catalogue Norbert Schwontkowski: Blind Faith Olaf Metzel Olaf Metzel Olaf Metzel - Hans von Marees Olaf Metzel: Coffee Newspapers Cigarettes Olaf Metzel: From the TV to the Fridge Olafur Eliasson: Symbiotic Seeing Oliver Lenzen: Sand Olivier Mosset: Tutu Out of Shanghai Paradise Handbook Paragons & Afterimages Patricia Bucher: Battle Panorama Paul Schwer Paul Schwer: From both ends Performative Installation Peter Dreher: Hommage to Painting Peter Hutchinson: Dreamed Paradise Peter Roehr. Avant-Garde Artist of the 1960s Peter Saul Peter Zimmerman: Freiburg School

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