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Miró and Calder’s Constellations MARGIT ROWELL AND MILDRED GLIMCHER INTRODUCTIONS BY JOAN PUNYET MIRÓ AND ALEXANDER (SANDY) ROWER

A deluxe slipcased volume that reunites the works of Joan Miró and Alexander Calder’s Constellations series. The sculptor Alexander Calder (1898-1976) and the painter Joan Miró (18931983) met in Paris in 1928 and became lifelong friends. This deluxe book places the mobile sculptures of Calder alongside the poetical paintings of Miró and provides fresh insights into the visual dialogue between these two artists. The slipcased box includes three books: one book on Miró’s Constellations, one on Calder’s Constellations, and one on their relationship with a shared chronology, correspondence, and photographs. ART 400 pages, 96 x 12” 200 color and b/w illustrations 3 volumes in slipcase: 978-0-8478-5985-6 $150.00 Can: $200.00 UK: £120.00 September 5, 2017 Rights: World R I Z Z OLI I N A SSOCI A T I ON WI T H A C Q UA V E L L A G AL L E R I E S A N D P A C E G A LLE R Y

Acquavella Galleries reunites all twenty-three works of Miró’s Constellations, a series that has special significance in the artist’s oeuvre. The exhibition at Acquavella will run simultaneously and in collaboration with a presentation of Calder’s series of Constellations sculptures at the Pace Gallery, which similarly explores themes of the cosmos and the forces of the universe. Margit Rowell is an American curator and former chief curator of drawings at the Museum of Modern Art, in New York. Mildred Glimcher is an author and art historian who has contributed to numerous books and exhibition catalogs. Joan Punyet Miró is the artist’s grandson. Alexander (Sandy) Rower is the head of the Calder Foundation and Calder’s grandson.

Studio KO KARL FOURNIER AND OLIVIER MARTY FOREWORD BY PIERRE BERGÉ, TEXTS BY TOM DELAVAN

A debut monograph on the highly sought-after French architecture duo renowned for a signature aesthetic infused with clean lines and raw minimalism. Founded by French architects Karl Fournier and Olivier Marty in 2000, Studio KO has quickly secured its status in the world of architectural design. A refreshing modernist aesthetic imbued with subtle references to history and culture defines their work. While Marty and Fournier are best known for their minimalist villas set in awe-inspiring landscapes, recent commissions also include restaurants, boutiques, and hotels across New York, Paris, and London.

INTERIORS 240 pages, 104 x 135” 150 color photographs HC: 978-0-8478-6050-0 $75.00 Can: $85.00 UK: £55.00 September 26, 2017 Rights: World R I Z Z OLI Cover photograph © Dan Glasser

The first monograph dedicated to Studio KO, this beautifully illustrated book spotlights a diverse array of their work, from private residences in breathtaking scenery, ranging from the Moroccan mountains to Provence and Brittany in France, to the highly anticipated Yves Saint Laurent Museum, due to open in Marrakech in 2017. Boasting never-before-seen architectural plans, personal photos, and sumptuous photographs of finished spaces, this book offers a fascinating look at the most in-demand architectural designers of today. Karl Fournier and Olivier Marty founded Studio KO in 2000 after graduating with architecture degrees from Paris’s École des Beaux-Arts. Pierre Bergé is a renowned French businessman and philanthropist who aided his companion, Yves Saint Laurent, in founding and developing his namesake haute couture house. Tom Delavan is a specialist in Art Deco and fine arts, an artistic director, interior architect, design editor at T Magazine, and creative director at Gilt Home.

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Including Rizzoli New York, Universe Publishing, Rizzoli Ex Libris, Skira Rizzoli, Welcome Books, Flammarion, Skira Editore, Smith Street Bo...

Fall 2017 Rizzoli International Publications Catalog  

Including Rizzoli New York, Universe Publishing, Rizzoli Ex Libris, Skira Rizzoli, Welcome Books, Flammarion, Skira Editore, Smith Street Bo...

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