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Phaidon Press Winter & Spring 2012

Food/Cook Fresh & Easy: What to Cook and How to Cook It 2–3 Mugaritz 4–5 Fish: Recipes from the Sea 6–7 Art Dürer 8-9 Unmonumental 10 Silent Theater: The Art of Edward Hopper 10 The Music of Painting 11 Art and Feminism 11 Art and Photography 11 The Artist’s Body 12 Architecture The Future of Architecture. Since 1889. 13 Vitamin Green 14 Gunnar Asplund 15 On and By Frank Lloyd Wright 15 John Pawson: Visual Inventory 16–17 General Non- Fiction Damn Good Advice (For People With Talent!) 18–19

Photography Questions Without Answers 20 The Sites of Ancient Greece 21 Dorothea Lange 22 Design Ronan and Erwan Bouroullec 23 Children’s Books Petr Horáček: Jonathan and Martha 24 Beatrice Alemagna: The Bug Next Door 25 Sara Fanelli: The Onion’s Great Escape 26–27 Travel Wallpaper*CityGuides 36–37


Fresh & Easy

Grilled Halloumi with Pomengranate Tabbouleh

What to Cook & How to Cook It Jane Hornby 270 x 220 mm 10 5/8 x 8 5/8 inches 352 pp 650 col illus. Hardback 978071486360 3

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Preparation time: 15 minutes Cooking time: 5 minutes Serves 4, easily doubled or more

1 Put the bulgur into a large bowl. Pour in the hot stock then cover the bowl and leave to stand for 15 minutes. 2 While you wait, finely grate the zest from the lemons, then squeeze the juice from one (about 3 tbsp). Whisk the zest and juice with the olive oil and some salt and pepper.

Tabbouleh is a fresh, lively Middle Eastern salad of chopped herbs with plenty of lemon and bulgur wheat. It’s also delicious with goat’s cheese, fish, grilled meat and houmous amongst other things. I’ve added chickpeas to mine to make a more sustaining meal. If you can’t find bulgur, use cous cous instead.

3 Pick the leaves from the bunches of herbs, then finely chop. Trim and finely slice the onions. 2

• A brand-new collection of recipes from Jane Hornby, author of What to Cook and How to Cook It

120 g (4 oz) bulgur wheat 400 ml (14 fl oz) very hot vegetable stock [volume TBC] 2 lemons 3 tbsp extra virgin olive oil, plus extra to drizzle if you like 50 g (2 oz) bunch flat leaf parsley

• Shows how to create simple, delicious meals for all occasions using fresh seasonal produce, perfect for sharing with family and friends

50 g (2 oz) bunch mint 1 bunch spring onions generous you’re feeling 400g (14 oz) can chickpeas, drained 100 g (3½ oz) ready-prepared pomegranate seeds

• Every recipe is clearly explained with step-by-step photographs for each stage and all the ingredients

250 g (9 oz) or 500 g (1 lb 2 oz) halloumi cheese, depending how

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• Includes breakfasts and brunches, quick after-work suppers, alfresco dinners, salads, picnics and barbecues Chapter Title

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£ 29.95 UK $ 45.00 US € 39.95 EUR $ 49.95 C AN $ 59.95 AUS Published April 2012

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Jane Hornby is an experienced food writer and cook. After training as a chef, she worked as Cookery Writer and Food Editor on the BBC’s bestselling Good Food magazine for five years. The magazine is renowned for its clear, step-by-step style and for its totally foolproof recipes. She has also edited several of the BBC Good Food’s successful 101 recipe books.

4 Drain the bulgur in a sieve, then return to the bowl. Add the dressing, herbs, onions, chickpeas and most of the pomegranate seeds. Stir well and season generously to taste.

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5 When you’re ready to serve, put a griddle pan over a high heat. Cut the halloumi into slices about 1 cm (½ inch) thick. Cook the cheese for 2 minutes on each side or until it comes away easily from the ridges of the pan. A palette knife or fish slice will be handy to lift and turn the cheese. If you don’t have griddle pan, just fry the halloumi in a dry pan instead.

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6 Spoon the salad on to serving plates, top with the cheese then scatter with the rest of the pomegranate seeds. Serve with a wedge of lemon and a drizzle more oil.

‘makes cooking a doddle’ The Sunday Times ‘easy and delicious recipes that anybody can cook to perfection’ Martha Stewart

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7 Return the custard to a clean pan, then bring to the boil over a medium heat until thick and smooth, stirring all the time. Pour into a bowl, sprinkle the surface with a little sugar (this will stop a skin forming) and cool for 15 minutes. Cover and transfer to the refrigerator to cool completely.

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8 When the fruit and custard have cooled, it’s time to layer up the trifle. Tear the brioche into pieces and put some into the bottom of a large serving bowl or trifle dish. Sprinkle with some of the liqueur and leave to soak in for a few seconds.

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9 Spoon over some of the cooked fruit and its juice, then layer the rest of the brioche and fruit until it has all been used up and the brioche is totally covered in juice. Keep adding a little liqueur to the brioche as you go, saving 1 tbsp for later.

Top and centre: Grilled Halloumi with Pomegranate Tabbouleh: Bottom: Summer Trifle

10 Give the custard a quick whisk to make sure it’s smooth, then spoon it on top of the fruit and spread to the edges. Chill the trifle for a few hours now if you have time (or overnight, if that’s helpful). 11 Whip the remaining cream with the rest of the vanilla and liqueur until thickened but not stiff. 12 Spoon the cream over the trifle, then scatter with the reserved currants and berries.

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Mugaritz A Natural Science of Cooking Andoni Luis Aduriz

290 x 250 mm 11 3/8 x 9 7/8 inches 240 pp 150 col illus. Hardback 978 0 7148 6363 4

£ 35.00 UK $ 49.95 US € 39.95 EUR $ 55.00 C AN $ 69.95 AUS Published May 2012

• The definitive book on influential chef Andoni Luis Aduriz and Mugaritz restaurant in northern Spain, recently voted the world’s third best restaurant in the S. Pellegrino World’s 50 Best Restaurant Awards

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• Documents the creative process behind the innovative dishes, with 70 recipes and over 150 photographs • Six thematic chapters explain Aduriz’s key philosophies, including his interactions with nature and technology, a new language of cooking, the experience of the diner and his wide-ranging sources of inspiration • Andoni Luis Aduriz is at the forefront of Spain’s culinary innovation, and the book will appeal to all lovers of creativity, as well as restaurant-goers and aspiring or professional chefs

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Andoni Luis Aduriz is one of Spain’s most innovative chefs. Having trained under Ferran Adrià at elBulli, he is in the vanguard of Spain’s culinary future, and is widely recognized as one of Ferran’s most talented protégés.

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Top: spreads from the Nature chapter; Middle: recipe for Sunripened Berry Fruits, Bottom: Cured Cheese in it’s own rinds

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Fish

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Recipes from the Sea

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herring

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m ac k e r e l

270 x 180 mm 10 5/8 x 7 1/8 inches 312 pp 135 col illus. Hardback 978 0 7148 6387 0

£ 29.95 UK $ 45.00 US € 39.95 EUR $ 49.95 C AN $ 59.95 AUS Published February 2012

• More than 200 simple, authentic recipes for fish and seafood, newly collected from the Silver Spoon kitchen

salmon

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sardines

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• From traditional seafood soups to simple grilled fish with herbs, the Italian approach to cooking with fish is both delicious and resourceful

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tuna

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• Demystifies the process of choosing, preparing and cooking all kinds of fish and seafood with clear, step-by-step instructions • Includes advice on choosing and substituting different kinds of fish to make the most of what’s available near you

Praise for previous books from the Silver Spoon kitchen: 4 Seafood

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‘The Silver Spoon is an amazing encyclopedia of Italian food – comprehensive and inspiring’ Gordon Ramsay on The Silver Spoon ‘One of the most sought-after books of the holiday season.’ USA Today on The Silver Spoon

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‘Evocative and informative … leaves you hungry for another visit’ Time Out on Tuscany

m ackerel also known as Bonito Italian Name: Sgombro Latin Name: Scombridae Size: 50 – 60 cm / 20– 24 inches Weight: 3.4 kg (7½ pounds)

‘beautifully presented in an imaginative style, and perfect for anyone who is passionate about Italian cuisine’ Italia on Recipes from an Italian Summer

Recipes on pp. 68–71

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se a Ba ss also known as bass, sea perch, sea dace Italian Name: Branzino Latin Name: Dicentrarchus labrax Size: 40 cm / 16 inches Weight: 4 kg (10 lb) Recipes on pp. 68–71

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Serves 4 Preparation time: 1 hr (including marinating) Cooking time: 10 mins

Cut the fish fillets into large cubes and peel the langoustines, if using. Mix together the olive oil, garlic and parsley, and coat the fish and seafood in the mixture. Leave to marinate for 30 minutes. Light the barbecue.

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Drain the fish and seafood, reserving the marinade, and thread onto long skewers, alternating with the olives, mushrooms and tomatoes. Brush with the marinade and place on the medium-hot barbecue, turning frequently, for 10 minutes. Serve immediately.

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/ 2¼ lb mixed fish fillets and other seafood, such as tuna, monkfish and langoustines (Dublin Bay prawns) tablespoons olive oil • 1 clove garlic, finely chopped • 2 tablespoons finely chopped flat-leaf parsley • 8 black olives, stoned • 8 small mushrooms • 8 cherry tomatoes • salt and pepper • 5

Sardine alla griglia

G RILLED SARDINES

Serves 4 Preparation time: 50 mins (including standing) Cooking time: 4 mins

Also works with: Herring, Mackerel and Scad

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pared zest of orange, chopped clove garlic, chopped teaspoons finely chopped rosemary • 1kg/2lb sardines, scaled and cleaned • olive oil • salt and pepper

Mix together the orange zest, garlic and a little rosemary in a bowl and use to stuff the cavities of the sardines. Put them on a plate, sprinkle with the remaining stuffing mixture, season with salt and pepper and drizzle with a little olive oil. Leave to absorb the flavour for 30 minutes.

Light the barbecue. Arrange the sardines on the barbecue and grill for about 2 minutes on each side. Serve immediately.

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Dürer Jeffrey Chipps Smith

220 x 160 mm 8 5/8 x 6 1/4 inches 448 pp 250 col illus.

• Authoritative yet highly approachable new monograph of the great German artist Albrecht Dürer (1471–1528) • Both a comprehensive introduction to and an insightful reappraisal of the life and works of the most famous Northern European Renaissance artist

Paperback 9780714845609

• Jeffrey Chipps Smith seeks to demystify Dürer by considering his life and art within the context of his fascinating and tumultuous age, analysing the myths and explaining his artistic processes

• All Dürer’s major works, from prestigious altarpieces to well-known prints and drawings, are illustrated generously and explored in depth

£ 17.95 UK $ 29.95 US € 24.95 EUR $ 35.00 C AN $ 35.00 AUS Published May 2012

• Richly illustrated with more than 200 colour reproductions, with glossary, biographies, chronology, maps and a further reading list supporting the text

Jeffrey Chipps Smith holds the Kay Fortson Chair in European Art at the University of Texas at Austin. His books include German Sculpture of the Later Renaissance (1994) and Sensuous Worship: The Jesuits and the Early Catholic Reformation in Germany (2003).

Other titles in the Art & Ideas series: Aboriginal Art, Art Nouveau, Art of Colonial Latin America, Bosch, Cézanne, Chagall, Conceptual Art, Courbet, Cubism, Dada & Surrealism, Dalí, David, Early Christian & Byzantine Art, Egyptian Art, Friedrich, Van Gogh, The Gothic Revival, Goya, Greek Art, Hogarth, Impressionism, Indian Art, Islamic Arts, Michelangelo, Monet, Neoclassicism, The Northern Renaissance, Piero della Francesca, Rembrandt, Romanticism, Rubens, Turner 8

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290 x 250 mm 11 3/8 x 9 7/8 inches 216 pp 300 col, 5 b&w illus. Paperback 978 0 7148 6310 8

£ 24.95 UK $ 39.95 US € 29.95 EUR $ 45.00 C AN $ 49.95 AUS Published February 2012

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290 x 250 mm 11 3/8 x 9 7/8 inches 264 pp 170 col, 50 b&w illus. Paperback 978 0 7148 6309 2

£ 24.95 UK $ 39.95 US € 29.95 EUR $ 45.00 C AN $ 49.95 AUS Published February 2012

Unmonumental The Object in the 21st Century Essays by Richard Flood, Laura Hoptman, Massimiliano Gioni and Trevor Smith • Unmonumental features recent work by thirty contemporary sculptors, all selected by one of contemporary art’s most accomplished curatorial teams • Forerunners in a major new artistic development, the sculptures in Unmonumental are timely metaphors assembled from bits of the world at large

245 x 172 mm 9 5/8 x 6 3/4 inches 384 pp 16 col, 130 b&w illus. Paperback 978 0 7148 6386 3

Published January 2012

• Generously illustrated with large fullcolour photographs, most of the artworks in Unmonumental have never before been published • Includes essays, artist biographies and a lexicon of contemporary sculptural terms

Silent Theater: The Art of Edward Hopper Walter Wells • Edward Hopper (1882–1967) is the greatest painter of modern American life • The most up-to-date study of its kind, containing over 200 illustrations and featuring selected pages from his personal notebooks • Includes a detailed discussion of a wide range of Hopper’s paintings, watercolours and etchings, such as House by the Railroad (1925) and Nighthawks (1942)

£ 24.95 UK $ 39.95 US € 29.95 EUR $ 45.00 C AN $ 49.95 AUS

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290 x 250 mm 11 3/8 x 9 7/8 inches 204 pp 166 col, 75 b&w illus. Paperback 978 0 7148 6391 7

£ 12.95 UK $ 19.95 US € 16.95 EUR $ 22.95 C AN $ 24.95 AUS Published March 2012

• Examines the influences that led Hopper to create some of the most widely recognized paintings of the twentieth century NEW IN PAPERBACK

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The Music of Painting Music, Modernism and the Visual Arts from the Romantics to John Cage Peter Vergo • In this fascinating study, Peter Vergo reveals how music and painting drew on each other for inspiration and stimulation during the emergence and development of modernism • Explores how artists attempted to translate musical rhythms and structures into painting, and how musicians developed visual themes in their compositions • Analyses individual pieces of music and works of art, from Paul Signac’s musical seascapes and Modeste Musorgsky’s popular piano pieces to Wassily Kandinsky’s abstract paintings and John Cage’s silent works • An accessible and insightful exploration of ideas, useful to scholars of art history and music, and fascinating to the general reader

Art and Feminism Edited by Helena Reckitt, with a survey by Peggy Phelan • The first major volume to present the rich diversity of art informed by feminism • Includes work by more than 150 artists from the 1960s to the present, from Alice Neel and Eva Hesse to Gillian Wearing and Coco Fusco • A comprehensive survey by Peggy Phelan, leading feminist theorist of contemporary art and performance • Exposes assumptions about gender, politicizing the link between private and public, and stressing the specificity of art marked by gender, race, age and class ‘An indispensable read for everyone’ i-D

• The author and editors of Silent Theater were the winners of the prestigious Umhoefer Prize for Achievement in the Arts and Humanities in 2009

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‘Lucid and engrossing’ The Independent

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290 x 250 mm 11 3/8 x 9 7/8 inches 220 pp 200 col, 162 b&w illus. Paperback 978 0 7148 6392 4

£ 12.95 UK $ 19.95 US € 16.95 EUR $ 22.95 C AN $ 24.95 AUS Published March 2012

290 x 250 mm 11 3/8 x 9 7/8 inches 208 pp 128col,131b&willus. Paperback 978 0 7148 6393 1

£ 12.95 UK $ 19.95 US € 16.95 EUR $ 22.95 C AN $ 24.95 AUS Published March 2012

Art and Photography

The Future of Architecture. Since 1889.

Edited by David Campany

Jean-Louis Cohen

• International in scope, Art and Photography is the most authoritative and wide-ranging survey on the place of photography in contemporary art and culture • David Campany offers a unique insight into the ways in which the medium has transformed both art and vision

Hardback 978 0 7148 4598 2

• Discusses photography’s central role in contemporary art, starting with such 1960s movements as Conceptual art, Pop and Land art • Details four decades of important work from artists including Andy Warhol, Jeff Wall, Andreas Gursky, Francesca Woodman, Sally Mann, Gillian Wearing, Wolfgang Tillmans, Thomas Struth, Joel Meyerowitz, Gregory Crewdson and Barbara Kruger

‘The perfect family album’ Vogue

£ 45.00 UK $ 75.00 US € 59.95 EUR $ 79.95 C AN $ 79.95 AUS Published February 2012

• The most comprehensive and far-ranging single-volume history of twentiethcentury architecture • Written by a trusted authority in the fields of architecture and urbanism and a prominent writer, critic, curator and teacher • Exhaustively illustrated with buildings, projects, plans, drawings, and publications by well-known masters and rediscovered figures • Covers all parts of the globe better than any comparable history of the period • Destined to become the standard reference on this time period for every student of architecture

Jean-Louis Cohen is one of the most authoritative historians of twentieth-century architecture and urbanism. He is the Sheldon H. Solow Professor in the History of Architecture at the Institute of Fine Arts of NYU University. An articulate writer, popular lecturer, commentator for the French media, and leader of research teams, Cohen has received many honours and is the author of numerous books and articles about nearly every aspect of how modernization has affected the built environment.

The Artist’s Body Edited by Tracey Warr, with a survey by Amelia Jones • This definitive work charts the evolution of an influential movement that continues to provoke controversy today • Over 250 images of performance, painting, photography, sculpture and installation bring together the largely untold story of these influential works with clear, insightful, explanatory texts • A survey by Amelia Jones, a leading authority on body and performance art, illustrates the genre’s inimitable insight into the social and culture upheavals of the last sixty years • Includes work from Carolee Schneemann, Yoko Ono, Chris Burden, Ana Mendieta, Vito Acconci, Marina Abramović, Matthew Barney, Marc Quinn, Tracey Emin, Mona Hatoum and many more

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270 x 205 mm 10 5/8 x 8 1/8 inches 528 pp 300 col, 300 b&w illus.

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‘Thought-provoking’ Art Monthly

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Vitamin Green Phaidon Editors

290 x 250 mm 11 3/8 x 9 7/8 inches 352 pp 500 col illus. Hardback 978 0 7148 6229 3

£ 45.00 UK $ 75.00 US € 59.95 EUR $ 79.95 C AN $ 89.95 AUS

• The definitive book on contemporary sustainable design and architecture from around the world • Features over 100 buildings, landscapes and products nominated by an international roster of influential architects and designers, as well as critics, curators and writers • Displays the incredible breadth of techniques, materials, and sites used by designers and architects today to address issues like water quality, pollution and energy consumption

290 x 250 mm 11 3/8 x 9 7/8 inches 240 pp 200 col, 100 b&w illus. Paperback 978 0 7148 6315 3

• An inspirational overview of sustainable design for newcomers as well as a reference book for design professionals

£ 24.95 UK $ 39.95 US € 29.95 EUR $ 45.00 C AN $ 49.95 AUS Published February 2012

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245 x 172 mm 9 5/8 x 6 3/4 inches 372 pp 85 col, 265 b&w illus. Paperback 978 0 7148 6316 0

£ 19.95 UK $ 29.95 US € 24.95 EUR $ 35.00 C AN $ 39.95 AUS Published February 2012

Gunnar Asplund Peter Blundell Jones • Comprehensive monograph of Erik Gunnar Asplund (1885–1940), Sweden’s preeminent architect and a central figure in the development of Scandinavia’s architectural modernism • Offers an in-depth analysis of Asplund’s life and work, in particular his collaborations with architect Sigurd Lewerentz • Extensively illustrated with photographs and features rare examples of Asplund’s own drawings • Explores all key projects in detail, including Stockholm City Library (1928), Gothenburg Law Courts (1937) and the Woodland Crematorium at Enskede (1940)

On and By Frank Lloyd Wright A Primer of Architectural Principles Edited by Robert McCarter • A scholarly resource on Frank Lloyd Wright (1867–1959), one of the most important figures of 20th-century architecture • Includes reprints of key historical essays as well as new research • Richly illustrated with archival photographs and drawings • An essential primer on architectural principles for any student of architecture • Edited by an acknowledged expert

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John Pawson: Visual Inventory 270 x 205 mm 10 5/8 x 8 1/8 inches 320 pp 300 col illus. Hardback 978 0 7148 6350 4

£ 29.95 UK $ 49.95 US € 39.95 EUR $ 55.00 C AN $ 59.95 AUS Published March 2012

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• A selection of images from the archive of acclaimed architectural designer John Pawson (b.1949), paired and annotated to create a comprehensive and inspirational source book • Contains hundreds of snapshots taken around the world and captioned by the author of Phaidon’s successful Minimum • Paired with an illuminating caption, each image offers a different lesson in light, material, scale, proportion and many more ideas vital to creative visual thinking • Offers the unique opportunity of looking alongside a designer famed for his remarkable eye

John Pawson was born in 1949 in Yorkshire. His work focuses on ways of approaching fundamental problems of space, proportion, light and materials. His many residential and commercial interiors have included homes and art galleries and stores in London, Dublin, New York, Paris, Seoul and Tokyo, and his subsequent projects have spanned a wide range of scales and building typologies, from stage sets and exhibitions to boats and monasteries. ‘The father of modern architectural Minimalism’ New York Times

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How To Unleash Your Creative Potential by America’s Master Communicator George Lois

178 x 120 mm 7 x 4 3/4 inches 192 pp 100 col illus. Paperback 978 0 7148 6348 1

£ 5.95 UK $ 9.95 US € 7.95 EUR $ 11.95 C AN $ 12.95 AUS Published March 2012

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• The indispensable guide to creative success • Iconic and witty thinking direct from heroic ad man and acclaimed cultural provocateur, George Lois – the legendary Mr Big Idea and original Mad Man

6. To get that first big break, you can’t just brag that you’re “great.” To get that stepping-stone job, you must prove you have talent. In the advertising world, you simply can’t just tell a pro that “I’m loaded with talent – just give me a chance.” I wish I had a nickel for every young person who tried that line on me! You must show some scintillating examples of work that shows your real potential. You must have a portfolio, but you can’t create one without some mentoring: Go to a school like The School of Visual Arts in New York City (staffed with excellent working art directors and copywriters who are passionate about teaching) and take some conceptual design courses, if only to prove to yourself that you truly have the right stuff.

So many employers say that young people entering the business are afraid to take chances, that they’re as conservative as the biggest stiffs in suits. But let’s face it: That’s the story of mankind. We live in fear of life, in fear of work, in fear of death. Students are taught to put together a “professional” portfolio rather than one that boggles the mind as you open it. Our best creatives protest loudly that they want to see kids take chances. Then, when they see a portfolio that’s a little off the wall, they say the kid lacks discipline, or that he or she is a flake. It’s confusing–kids are given no brave direction.I spent my life listening to people say, “George, be careful.” But being careful in our business is synonymous with doing uninspired work.

• Punchy and explosive writing to explain, inspire and teach great thinking, creative excellence, the art of branding and salesmanship

George Lois is the original Mad Man, the legendary Mr Big Idea and an acclaimed cultural provocateur who has profoundly changed the marketing and cultural world with his unique and inspirational cultural reasoning. Born in New York City in 1931, Lois studied at Pratt Institute in Brooklyn before setting off for Madison Avenue in the early 1950s, eventually joining Doyle Dane Bernbach in 1958. He went on to form four seminal New York advertising agencies and was a pioneer of the landmark Creative Revolution in American Advertising in the 1960s. Famous for his iconic Esquire covers from the 1960s and 70s, Lois has written nine books, including Phaidon’s $ellebrity in 2003, and won a plethora of awards. He lives in New York with his wife Rosie and continues to work as a marketing and creative entrepreneur. ‘George Lois. The one, the only; prodigy, enfant terrible, founder of agencies, creator of legends. The son of a Greek florist continues to attack his life and his craft with the energy and enthusiasm of a young Zorba. George Lois is a genuine advertising superhero.’ Wall Street Journal

Lou Dorfsman, design chief for CBS Radio and later the CBS Television Network for over forty years, once said, “In reality, creativity is the ability to reach inside yourself and drag forth from your very soul, an idea.” However, nothing comes from nothing. You must continuously feed the inner beast that sparks and inspires. I contend the DNA of talent is stored within the great museums of the world, and that those constant epiphanies enter the central nervous system and the deep recesses of the mind. The shock of an epiphany, a word derived from the Greek word epiphanie, has been an almost daily occurrence since I was a youngster, mystically echoing throughout much of my work. Museums are custodians of epiphanies. My spiritual day of worship is spent each Sunday at New York’s Metropolitan Museum of Art, where I experience, without fail, the shock of the old. (In London, go to the British Museum; in France, visit the Louvre; you get the idea.) Mysteriously, the history of the art of mankind can inspire breakthrough conceptual thought, in any field.

Your portfolio should Ignite, Provoke, Shock, Kick Ass.

• Motivating, illuminating and above all, practical, these witty and audacious steps offer new insights into developing your talent for creative success • Essential reading for creative professionals, entrepreneurs, students or anyone who simply wants damn good advice!

7. To constantly inspire breakthrough conceptual thinking, go to the Metropolitan Museum of Art, religiously, every Sunday.

14. Creativity is not created, it is there for us to find– it is an act of discovery. Great advertising comes down to The Big Idea, but I never create the ideas that characterize my work. I discover them – snared from the air as they float by me. ( Michelangelo said that a sculpture is imprisoned in a block of marble, and only a great sculptor can set it free.) Sounds mystical, perhaps, but after doing the requisite homework, to understand a product, its competitors, etc., ideas in advertising are ignited by the sparks and sounds of an understanding of 7,000 years of the history of mankind. Plato defined “Idea” (eidos) as a mental image. I don’t think I create that mental image in my head. I somehow see it floating by me and I reach out and pluck it. So if you’re trying to acheive greatness in any creative industry, go out into the world and sail the ocean blue and live a life of discovery.

CHRISTOPHER COLUMBUS SEBASTIANO DEL PIOMBO

29. A creative person without a sense of humor has a serious problem. A physicist, doctor, accountant, lawyer, garbage collector, etc. without a sense of humor can still be terrific at what they do. But a creative person who is humorless could never produce consistently great work in communicating with warmth and humanity to the vast majority of the populace. Humor in creativity is like humor in life. People often ask me,“Does humor work in advertising?,” but that’s a stupid question. Does anyone ever ask, “Does humor work in life ?” If humor is appropriate and funny ( if it ain’t funny, we ain’t talking humor), it should “work.” The question should be, How can you possibly create without humor?” Certainly, in all forms of communication, humor is a natural way to win someone’s heart. In examining my work, lectures, and books I have written over the years, it’s difficult to isolate “humor” as a category because it runs through almost everything I do – and through most of my waking hours. Humor disarms and makes one more accepting of thoughts and images that could be hard to take in serious discourse. Say something serious in a funny way, and you can win over people every time. Wit wakes up the mind. We’re talking serious comedy here!

IF YOU DON’T THINK MY ADS ON THE FACING PAGE ARE FUNNY, YOU DON’T HAVE A SENSE OF HUMOR.

75. In an age when heroes are villainized, and villains are lionized, a creative image can make an iconic statement.

24. You can be Cautious or you can be Creative (but there’s no such thing as a Cautious Creative).

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A creative thinker must be fearless. If you’re more tentative than decisive, if you’re more cautious than creative, you’ll never be an innovative business leader, and certainly not a great visual communicator. A Cautious Creative is an oxymoron.

44. When I told the MTV gang that I would get Mick Jagger (for no dough) to pick up a phone and bark at a cable operator, I want my MTV, they thought I was a meshugenah.

MTV, now regarded as a “sure thing from the start,” was an abject failure after a full year of operation. But in 1982, when I got rock fans to call and yell, I want my MTV, cable companies called Warner Amex and begged them to stop running my commercials because they didn’t have an army of telephone operators to answer the calls. So the cable companies surrendered and put MTV on the air. A few weeks before, when I had presented my campaign idea to their execs, they insisted that no rock star would assist MTV because music publishers feared the MTV concept would kill their business, record companies swore they would never produce music videos, advertisers considered it a joke, ad agency experts snickered, and cable operators scoffed. But with one pleading phone call to London, I convinced Mick Jagger, and twenty years before the bad boy of Rock became a Knight of the Realm, I anointed Sir Mick the Patron Saint of MTV. Within a few weeks of the premiere of Mick Jagger picking up the phone and saying I want my MTV, every rock star in America was calling me, begging to scream I want my MTV to the world.

120. Work comfortably (as you can see) in a formal setting. Most people work formally in a comfortable setting. (The world is made up of people who insist that they want to exist in a “lived in” atmosphere. I say it’s a rationalization for being a slob.) I love people informality in a structured, precise surrounding.

No matter what stage you are in your career, use your creativity to stand up for our heroes, and protect our culture against the villains.

GEORGE LOIS, 1973

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The lesson (which most ad agencies have never understood) is that great advertising can perform a marketing miracle!

In 1967, when Muhammad Ali refused induction into the army, he was widely condemned as a draft-dodger, and even a traitor. When he had converted to Islam, he had become a Black Muslim Minister, and Ali refused military service as a conscientious objector because of his new religious views. A federal jury sentenced him to five years in jail for draft evasion, and boxing commissions then stripped him of his title and denied him the right to fight, in the prime of his fighting years. This incredibly controversial Esquire cover, tying together the incendiary issues of the Vietnam War, race, and religion, became an instant iconic symbol of a period of nonviolent protest in those turbulent times. My statement nailed down the plight of many Americans who took a principled stand against the Vietnam War. Three years after depicting Ali as the martyr Saint Sebastian, the U.S. Supreme Court unanimously threw out Ali’s conviction.

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Damn Good Advice (For People With Talent!)

People acting loosey-goosey makes for an atmosphere where you can think creatively and share those thoughts without being accused of saying something inane or stupid. I’ve sat in a Mies Brno chair for over 50 years. (I like to ensconce myself in the products of genius.) The only thing I ever permit on my desk is the job I’m working on. And, in my work place, there is nothing on the walls to distract me from what I’m supposed to be thinking about on my desk.


300 x 225 mm 11 7/8 x 8 7/8 inches 368 pp 300 col photographs Hardback 9780714848402

£ 49.95 UK $ 75.00 US € 69.95 EUR $ 79.95 C AN $99.95 A US Published March 2012

Questions Without Answers

The Sites of Ancient Greece

The World in Pictures by the Photographers of VII

Photographs by Georg Gerster and text by Paul Cartledge

• Features a startlingly wide variety of work; from coverage of the war in Iraq • and the events of 9/11 to an exploration of Hurricane Katrina’s aftermath, from portraits of our most significant cultural figures to dispatches from the current economic crisis • The VII photographers are leaders in their field and include eminent figures such as Christopher Morris, John Stanmeyer and Alexandra Boulat, alongside exciting emerging photojournalists such as Joachim Ladefoged and Marcus Bleasdale • A moving and compelling record of conflict – environmental, social and political, • both violent and non-violent – through photo-stories from around the world • An introduction by David Friend, former director of photography at • Life magazine, provides a context for the work and a commentary on world events in the 21st century

VII derives its name from the number of founding photo-journalists who, in September 2001, formed this collectively owned photo agency. Responsible for creating and relaying to the world many of the images that define the turbulent opening years of the 21st century, VII documents the changes and development of society and culture worldwide. David Friend is Vanity Fair’s editor of Creative Development and served as Life magazine’s director of photography during the 1990s. An Emmy and Peabody award-winning producer, he is the author of Watching the World Change: The Stories Behind the Images of 9/11 (2006).

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• A perfect introduction to the ancient sites of Greece 290 x 224 mm 11 3/8 x 8 7/8 • Includes detailed descriptions of world-famous sites such as Delphi, the Acropolis inches and Olympia, which are visited by millions every year 160 pp 100 col photo- • Features timelines and maps that place the sites within their cultural, historical graphs and geographical context

• A powerful visual history of the world from the end of the Cold War to the present day, by the photographers at groundbreaking photo agency VII

Photography

Hardback 978 0 7148 6084 8

£ 35.00 UK $ 49.95 US € 39.95 EUR $ 55.00 C AN $ 69.95 AUS Published April 2012

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• Sites photographed by the world’s greatest pioneer of aerial photography

Paul Cartledge (b.1947) is Professor of Greek History, the A G Leventis Professor of Greek Culture and a Fellow of Clare College, Cambridge. He also holds a visiting Global Distinguished Professorship at New York University. Cartledge is a world expert on Athens and Sparta in the Classical Age and was chief historical consultant for the BBC TV series ‘The Greeks’ and the Channel 4 series ‘The Spartans’. His most recent books include Ancient Greek Political Thought in Practice (2009) and Ancient Greece: A History in Eleven Cities (2009). He is also honorary citizen of (modern) Sparta. Georg Gerster (b.1928) is a pioneer in aerial photography. For over 40 years he has taken breath-taking pictures of mountains, coasts and spectacular archeological sites in 111 countries on all continents. Based near Zurich, Switzerland, he also works as a journalist, and is a regular contributor to the Neue Zürcher Zeitung and National Geographic.

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156 x 136 mm 6 1/8 x 5 3/8 inches 128 pp 56 b&w illus. Hardback 978 0 7148 6357 3

£ 7.95 UK $ 12.95 US € 9.95 EUR $ 14.95 C AN $ 14.95 AUS Published January 2012

Dorothea Lange

Ronan and Erwan Bouroullec

Mark Durden

Works Anniina Koivu

• Dorothea Lange (1895–1965) is one of the most famous American documentary photographers of all time, best known for her body of work depicting migrant workers during the Great Depression of the late 1920s and 1930s • Presents fifty-five of her finest photographs in chronological order, including her most wellknown works as well as lesser-known examples • An introductory essay places Lange’s work in its historical context and a picture-bypicture commentary offers insight into individual works • Another addition to this popular pocket-sized hardback series

320 x 240 mm 12 5/8 x 9 1/2 inches 304 pp 400 col illus. Hardback 978 0 7148 6247 7

• Explores the French designers’ work by theme and includes their collaborations with the likes of Cappellini, Vitra and Habitat, covering everything from office furniture to jewellery

• Featuring a wealth of previously unpublished images and drawings from the designers’ archives, and supporting text from design specialist Anniina Koivu, this book will appeal to students, designers and anybody with an appreciation for beautiful design

£ 59.95 UK $ 99.95 US € 75.00 EUR $ 120.00 CAN $ 120.00 AUS Published April 2012

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Photography

• A comprehensive monograph documenting the entire career to date of Ronan Bouroullec (b.1971) and his brother Erwan (b.1976), who took the design world by storm with their first joint projects in the late 1990s and have continued to produce exceptional designs ever since

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• Including stunning photographs hand-selected by the Bouroullecs, plus a catalogue section detailing every project they have ever produced, this is the most authoritative text on two of the most exciting young European designers to have emerged in the last twenty years

Anniina Koivu has been editor of Abitare magazine in Italy since 2007. Graduating as an architect from the Helsinki University of Technology she has written for various Abitare publications and compiled the principle essay for designer Pierre Charpin’s first monograph. She has acted as both judge and speaker at international design competitions and currently teaches design history and theory at the University of Art & Design in Lausanne.

Design


250 x 230 mm 9 7/8 x 9 inches 32 pp 16 col illus. Hardback 978 0 7148 6351 1

£ 7.95 UK $ 14.95 US € 9.95 EUR $ 16.95 C AN $ 16.95 AUS Published April 2012

Jonathan and Martha

The Bug Next Door

Petr Horáček

Beatrice Alemagna

• Jonathan and Martha are two lonely worms that live on opposite sides of a tree. One day, a big juicy pear lands on the ground between them. Jonathan nibbles from the left, and Martha nibbles from the right ... and soon they are caught in a tangle!

175 x 220 mm 6 7/8 x 8 5/8 inches 40 pp 16 col illus.

• Using his signature style of eye-catching illustration and collage and simple narrative, Horáček weaves together a story that captures the development of friendship – and love – between two unlikely worms

Board book case 978 0 7148 6356 6

• A classic story that will teach children under 5 about the importance of sharing and the value of friendship • Simple narrative and catchy rhythm make this perfect for reading out loud • Created by one of the world’s most celebrated picture-book authors, Petr Horáček

Petr Horáček was born in the Czech Republic and studied at the Academy of Fine Art in Prague. His first books received the Books for Children Newcomer Award and he has since published more than twenty-five award-winning titles for children under 5.

£ 6.95 UK $ 12.95 US € 9.95 EUR $ 14.95 C AN $ 14.95 AUS Published April 2012

‘Jubilant and playful. Horáček’s work is irresistible.’ The Guardian

Children’s Books

• See what happens when Little Speckled Bug meets a mysterious new neighbour bug who has a strange but happy effect on him • Written and illustrated by Beatrice Alemagna, whose charming style of texture, appliqué and collage has never before been used in children’s books • A simple narrative with lovable characters that celebrates the differences and similarities between girls and boys • The Bug Next Door is one in a series of books by Beatrice Alemagna about the adventures of the little bugs. Other titles: Bugs in a Blanket (June 2009); Bugs in the Garden (August 2011)

Born in 1973, Beatrice Alemagna made her first picture book at the age of eight and has since published over 20 books with leading international publishers. Her techniques of illustration vary depending on the story of each book, but range from the use of pencil and paint to collage and embroidery. A consummate storyteller, her intimate and imaginative books are completely intertwined works where the words and the pictures meld seamlessly and become one. Praise for Bugs in a Blanket:

UK Picture Book of the Year Winner 2006 and 2008 Washington Post World’s Best Children’s Book Shortlist 2008

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• Little boy bugs and little girl bugs are so completely different, they just can’t get along ... can they?

‘innovative ... You will not have seen anything like it’ The Children’s Bookseller

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The Onion’s Great Escape 290 x 212 mm 11 3/8 x 8 3/8 inches 68 pp 35 col illus. Novelty – Activity Paperback with die cuts 978 0 7148 5703 9

£ 14.95 UK $ 24.95 US € 19.95 EUR $ 29.95 C AN $ 29.95 AUS Published May 2012

• An inquisitive and thoughtful young onion is desperate to escape the sharp kitchen knives and the ‘BIG FRY’ – she needs your help! • The Onion’s Great Escape asks young readers to help the onion break free by adding their own thoughts, illustrations and solutions to its vibrant pages, finally pressing a three-dimensional character right out of the book • Encourages young children to be imaginative and think about complex issues in unexpected ways • The first in a series of ‘disappearing books’ that ask readers to create an entirely different book from the one they started with

Sara Fanelli was born in Florence. She has been working in London as a designer and illustrator since graduating from the Royal College of Art in 1995. Fanelli has written and illustrated a number of children’s books (including Pinocchio, Dear Diary and Mythological Monsters) and her work has been exhibited around the world. She has twice been the overall winner of the Victoria & Albert Museum’s illustration award and been awarded two D&AD pencils.

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Wallpaper* City Guides 160 x 108 mm 6 1/4 x 4 1/4 inches 128 pp 100 col illus. Paperback

£ 5.95 UK $ 9.95 US € 8.95 EUR $ 11.95 C AN $ 12.95 AUS

Published January 2012 Hong Kong Update London Update LosAngelesUpdate Miami Update New York Update Paris Update RiodeJaneiroUpdate SanFranciscoUpdate Sydney Update Vienna Update Published March 2012 Cannes/Nice Chicago Update Cologne/Dusseldorf Dublin Update Edinburgh Update Kyoto Update Las Vegas Update Manchester Moscow Update Mumbai Update Munich Update Seattle Strasbourg Vancouver Update Zurich Update

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• Tightly edited and ruthlessly researched, for the discerning traveller who wants a true taste of the best a city has to offer

Chicago 978 0 7148 6299 6

Mumbai 978 0 7148 6305 4

• Rigorously selected, the guides include the ultimate places to visit and discover the best of design, art and architecture, to sleep, eat, drink, shop, exercise and relax, selected with all the usual design awareness of the experts at Wallpaper* magazine

Dublin 978 0 7148 6300 9

Munich 978 0 7148 6306 1

Edinburgh 978 0 7148 6301 6

New York 978 0 7148 6284 2

Hong Kong 978 0 7148 6282 8

Paris 978 0 7148 6285 9

Kyoto 978 0 7148 6302 3

Rio de Janeiro 978 0 7148 6286 6

Las Vegas 978 0 7148 6303 0

San Francisco 978 0 7148 6288 0

London 978 0 7148 6283 5

Sydney 978 0 7148 6291 0

Los Angeles 978 0 7148 6328 3

Vancouver 978 0 7148 6307 8

Miami 978 0 7148 6330 6

Vienna 978 0 7148 6292 7

Moscow 978 0 7148 6304 7

Zurich 978 0 7148 6308 5

• Ideal for the weekend tourist, the business traveller, or even those enjoying an extended stay • Pocket-sized, discreet and easy to use so that you don’t feel like a tourist, and frequently updated to keep you ahead of the pack

Wallpaper* City Guides are compiled by the magazine’s travel experts, both by in-house editors, and correspondents who actually live in the highlighted cities, providing up-to-the-minute information.

Cannes/Nice 978 0 7148 6294 1

Cologne/Dusseldorf 978 0 7148 6293 4

Seattle 978 0 7148 6296 5

Strasbourg 978 0 7148 6297 2

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Manchester 978 0 7148 6295 8

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240 x 300 mm 9 1/2 x 11 7/8 inches 240 pp 350 col illus.

Twenty Houses by Twenty Architects

Latin American Houses

Mercedes Daguerre

Mercedes Daguerre

• Twenty innovative houses designed by leading architects including Rem Koolhaas, Tadao Ando and Glenn Murcutt • International spread of projects across Australia, the Americas and Europe • Generous landscape format and extensive photography

240 x 300 mm 9 1/2 x 11 7/8 inches 240 pp 350 col illus.

Paperback 978 1 7807 5008 8

• Includes an essay reviewing how architecture has responded to the changing nature of domestic life

Paperback 978 1 7807 5000 2

• Great value for money and essential for all architecture and design students as well as the general reader

£ 19.95 UK $ 29.95 US € 24.95 EUR $ 35.00 C AN $ 39.95 AUS Published January 2012

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Mercedes Daguerre is an Italy-based critic and historian. She graduated in architecture from the University Institute of Architecture in Venice in 1985 and has taught and carried out research in various universities in Europe and the Americas. She is the author of many books on contemporary architecture including Latin American Houses (Pall Mall Press, 2012) and New Villas in Switzerland (2011).

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£ 19.95 UK $ 29.95 US € 24.95 EUR $ 35.00 C AN $ 39.95 AUS Published January 2012

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• Nineteen stunning houses by Latin America’s most innovative contemporary architects, including 2006 Pritzker Prize-winner Paulo Mendes da Rocha, Mathias Klotz, Angelo Bucci and LBC Arquitectos • Generous landscape format and lavish photography • Introductory text traces the development of Latin American modernism from the early twentieth century to the present • Features projects across Latin America, including homes in Brazil, Chile, Argentina, Mexico, Peru and Uruguay • Essential for architecture and design students and excellent value for money

Mercedes Daguerre is an Italy-based critic and historian. She graduated in architecture from the University Institute of Architecture in Venice in 1985 and has taught and carried out research in various universities in Europe and the Americas. She is the author of many books on contemporary architecture including Twenty Houses by Twenty Architects (Pall Mall Press, 2012) and New Villas in Switzerland (2011).

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280 x 250 mm 11 x 9 7/8 inches 388 pp 24 col, 598b&willus. Paperback 978 1 7807 5005 7

£ 29.95 UK $ 49.95 US € 39.95 EUR $ 55.00 C AN $ 59.95 AUS Published February 2012

Michelangelo Giulio Carlo Argan, et al. Photographs by Gabriele Basilico • Complete account of the architectural work of leading Renaissance artist Michelangelo Buonarroti (1475–1564) • Detailed presentation of 31 built and unbuilt projects spanning half a century including Michelangelo’s best-known works such as the Laurentian Library at San Lorenzo (1519–59) and St Peter’s in the Vatican (1546–54) • Contains annotated sketches and pen-and-ink studies as well as extensive photography by leading fine-art photographer Gabriele Basilico • Essays by renowned critics Guilio Carlo Argan and Bruno Contardi discuss the development of Michelangelo’s architecture and his complex relationship with both papal and Medici patrons • Excellent value for such a comprehensive and authoritative study

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