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New Titles


Highlights Ancient Art

Antonello da Messina edited by Giovanni C.F. Villa

Specifications size 91/2 x 12 in. (24 x 30 cm) 336 pages 120 colour illustrations hardcover ISBN 978-88-572-3898-2 £ 36.00, $ 50.00, Can. $ 65.00

The life and complete work of the early Renaissance master from Sicily

Publication December 2018

Exhibition Schedule Palermo, Palazzo Abatellis October 2018 January 2019

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ntonello da Messina was the first truly European painter and his works raise crucial questions in our understanding of Western art. No other fifteenth-century Italian artist responded in such a direct manner to the unchallenged Flemish masters of Bruges and Brussels, the legends of French painting, and greats in Italy like Piero della Francesca and Mantegna. Antonello da Messina’s genius lies in his ability to join this vision with Italian forms and a new notion of space: perspective. This style can be found in his early works, like the Crucifixion (Bucharest), the Salvator Mundi (London, 1465), the Madonna with Child (London) and Saint Jerome in His Study (London). In so doing, he created unique images with a harmonious and geometrical clarity, yet included exquisite descriptive passages. Antonello da Messina is also universally recognised as a formidable portraitist. • Antonello da Messina was the painter who probably introduced oil painting and Flemish pictorial techniques into mid-fifteenth-century Venetian art. • An exceptional publication, which joins the body of painting by one of Western art history’s most important masters. • Antonello da Messina (ca. 1430–1479) was one of the most groundbreaking and influential painters of the Quattrocento. Giovanni C.F. Villa is professor of Modern Art History and Museology and Art Criticism at the University of Bergamo. A scholar of painting from Veneto in the Renaissance, he also teaches Diagnostic Techniques for Cultural Heritage at the Università Cattolica del Sacro Cuore in Milan.

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Highlights Modern and Contemporary Art

Hiroshige Visions of Japan edited by Rossella Menegazzo

Specifications size 11 x 91/2 in. (28 x 24 cm) 288 pages 256 colour illustrations hardcover ISBN 978-88-572-3826-5 £ 36.00, $ 55.00, Can. $ 70.00

The art of Utagawa Hiroshige, “master of nature”, one of Japan’s most revered artists

Publication October 2018

Exhibition Schedule Rome, Scuderie del Quirinale 28 February – 29 July 2018

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onsidered one of the greatest masters of ukiyoe, Utagawa Hiroshige (1797–1858) had a significant influence on European Western painting in the 1800s. Hiroshige made landscape and nature the focus of his work by instilling in the viewer a sense of harmony, serenity and peace that, still today, is universally admired. In fact, he is considered the “master of rain and snow”. Hiroshige renders the human figure with quick, direct lines that at times call to mind manga and anime sketches, though simplified and essential. Published for the Roman exhibition, this volume presents a selection of over 200 works including polychrome wood engravings, brush-painted scrolls and preparatory sketches in ink. Among the celebrated series of prints we find the very modern One Hundred Views of Famous Places in Edo and the first entire series of Fifty-three Postal Stations of Tōkaidō. Along with depictions of animals, flowers and insects this book offers a comprehensive view of the artist’s technical qualities and constant research. • An in-depth view of the life and work of Utagawa Hiroshige whose depictions inspired Vincent van Gogh, Claude Monet, Paul Cézanne. • After Hokusai and Kuniyoshi, another leading protagonist of Japanese art. • For all Japanese art lovers. Rossella Menegazzo teaches History of East-Asian Art at the Università degli Studi di Milano. She published with Skira Hokusai, Hiroshige, Utamaro (2016), Domon Ken. The Master of Japanese Realism (2016), Hokusai. The Master’s Legacy (2017) and Kuniyoshi. Visionary of the Floating World (2017).

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Highlights Modern and Contemporary Art

Ver Sacrum. The Vienna Secession Art Magazine 1898 –1903. Gustav Klimt, Egon Schiele, Koloman Moser, Otto Wagner, Max Fabiani, Joseph M. Olbrich, Josef Hoffmann edited by Valerio Terraroli Specifications size 11 x 111/2 in. (28 x 29 cm) 320 pages 240 colour illustrations hardcover ISBN 978-88-572-3876-0 £ 48.00, $ 65.00, Can. $ 85.00

All the covers and a selection of illustrations from Ver Sacrum for the 120th anniversary of this historic magazine

Publication December 2018

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his book narrates the originality of the language of the legendary official magazine of the Vienna Secession, elaborated like actual manifestoes and a cornerstone of Modernity. The goal of Ver Sacrum was to give life to total works of art, the so-called Gesamtkunstwerk. That’s why each issue had to be a work of art, a perfect representation of Secession ideals, extraordinarily epitomized by the covers. Ver Sacrum, which alludes to the Sacred Spring of ancient Latin people and their renewal rituals, was an absolutely original magazine that elaborated new forms of design, illustration and print/editorial composition. During its six years of activity, 471 original drawings were specifically made for the magazine, along with 55 lithographs and copper engravings and 216 block prints. Conceived by Gustav Klimt, Max Kurzweil and Ludwig Hevesi, the illustrated magazine was founded in 1898 and periodically published until 1903. • 100 years after the death of Gustav Klimt, Egon Schiele, Otto Wagner and Koloman Moser. • Schiele, Kokoshka, Klimt, Moser, Otto Wagner, J.M. Olbrich, Hoffmann and other Secession masters are included. • An excursus on the Vienna Secession in painting, architecture, applied arts. Valerio Terraroli teaches Museum Studies and the History of Artistic Literature and Art Criticism at the University of Verona; he has authored numerous essays and books on art and decorative art on the Vienna Secession, art nouveau and art déco.

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Highlights Modern and Contemporary Art

René Magritte Lifeline edited by Xavier Canonne and Julie Waseige

Specifications size 83/4 x 11 in. (22 x 28 cm) 176 pages 120 colour illustrations harcover ISBN 978-88-572-3897-5 £ 32.00, $ 45.00, Can. $ 57.50

70 extraordinary paintings retrace the themes of the Magritte conference Lifeline, one of the rare occasions in which the artist expressed himself on his work and on the sources of his inspiration

Publication December 2018

Exhibition Schedule Lugano, MASI Museo d’arte della Svizzera italiana 16 September 2018 6 January 2019 Helsinki, Amos Rex 7 February – 19 May 2019

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he book presents about seventy paintings, gouaches and drawings by René Magritte and includes interesting studies by international researchers such as Julie Waseige and Xavier Canonne both on the artist’s poetics and art evolution. The volume’s starting point is Magritte’s lecture at the Royal Musée des Beaux-Arts in Antwerp held on 20 November 1938, today known as “La Ligne de vie” (Lifeline): it was through a series of examples that Magritte outlined the genesis of his art, endeavoring to define thirteen years of Surrealist painting. Yet, he refused to explain his works. This conference was one of the rare occasions in which the artist opened up to the public, clarifying his beginnings and the evolution of his painting until 1938, the period now recognized as the most representative of his entire career. The book includes Magritte’s masterpieces before and after this date, when their diffusion and notoriety became international. It contains his most famous paintings but also documents, book catalogs, musical scores and many photographs by Magritte himself and his fellow artists, along with screenshots of his films so as to give a broad overview on his entire artistic experience. • The work of the most celebrated Belgian artist of the twentieth century. Xavier Canonne, an expert on Surrealist painting, art historian and curator, author and scholar, is the director of the Musée de la Photographie de Charleroi. Julie Waseige, art historian and researcher for the Royal Museums of Belgium, is scientific collaborator at the Musée Magritte in Brussels.

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Highlights Modern and Contemporary Art

Kerouac Beat Painting edited by Sandrina Bandera, Alessandro Castiglioni, Emma Zanella

Specifications size 61/2 x 91/2 in. (16,5 x 24 cm) 176 pages 87 colour illustrations hardcover ISBN 978-88-572-3779-4 £ 30.00, $ 39.95, Can. $ 50.00

A selection of paintings and drawings by Jack Kerouac, one of the literary icons of the twentieth century

Publication September 2018

Exhibition Schedule Gallarate, MA*GA 3 December 2017 22 April 2018

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he book features eighty paintings and drawings, most of which unpublished, which shed a completely new light on the artistic activities of the father of the Beat Generation. A special focus is given to analysing his labyrinthic creative process and his relationships with traditional American visual culture, and with other Beat movement authors, from Allen Ginsberg to William Burroughs and the masters of Art Informel and the New York School with whom Kerouac started hanging out in the latter half of the 1950s. The book also explores Kerouac’s relationship with Italy through a selection of photographs taken by Robert Frank, Ettore Sottsass and his wife Fernanda Pivano, Allen Ginsberg and Kerouac, and is lent even greater depth by a new project on Kerouac by Peter Greenaway. • The book takes a comprehensive look at Kerouac’s paintings. • A unique opportunity to admire Kerouac’s works which until now had only been exhibited in select museums. • Considered one of the founders of the Beat Generation, Jack Kerouac represented the literary and artistic movement that began to first shake up and scandalise the values of American society towards the end of the 1940s and then in Europe where his works spread quickly and were translated almost immediately.

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Sandrina Bandera was superintendent of Milan and director of Brera Museum. She is president of Ma*Ga Fondazione Galleria d’Arte Moderna e Contemporanea. Alessandro Castiglioni is an art historian and curator. Emma Zanella is director of Ma*Ga.


Highlights Photography

Che Guevara tú y Todos edited by Daniele Zambelli, Flavio Andreini, Camilo Guevara March, María del Carmen Ariet

Specifications size 9 x 11 in. (22 x 28 cm) 192 pages 224 colour illustrations paperback ISBN 978-88-572-3740-4 £ 30.00, $ 39.95, Can. $ 50.00

Fifty years after his death, a great narration of the story and the life of Che as a man and a historical figure

Publication September 2018

Exhibition Schedule Milan, Fabbrica del Vapore 6 December 2017 1 April 2018

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ifty years after Ernesto Guevara’s death, Che Guevara tú y Todos (the title tú y Todos is taken from a poem written for his wife before leaving for Bolivia) aims to redeem his figure from the oblivion of the pop icon fuelled by posters and T-shirts, and to restore it to its more human, vital and historical dimension. The book develops philologically in three levels, which have different multi-media solutions, all captivating and with considerable communication effectiveness. Using a journalistic style of narration, the first level talks about the geopolitical context. The second level is biographical. With numerous and original archive materials, it goes through the character’s private and public experiences, such as his official speeches, his considerations on education, foreign policy and economics, the sense of the revolution and hope in “New Man”. Lastly, there is an a-temporal level with an intimist tone. It focuses on texts of a more personal nature, such as his diaries and letters to friends and family and includes recordings of poems dedicated to his wife Aleida, in which doubts, contradictions and reflections take shape. Hundreds of jotted-down thoughts, diaries and letters intimately reveal one of the characters that most deeply marked an age. It is Ernesto Guevara, El Che, talking about himself. • Che Guevara has shaped the imaginations of entire generations and has culturally influenced our recent history. • A reflection on the story of an extraordinary man and on a crucial historical period that can help us understand today’s world.

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Highlights Sport

Inter 110. FC Internazionale Milano 110th Anniversary. 1928–2018: The official soccer story of Inter’s eleven decades edited by Javier Zanetti and Nicolas Ballario

Specifications size 111/4 x 143/4 in. (28.5 x 37.3 cm) 432 pages 705 colour illustrations paperback ISBN 978-88-572-3827-2 £ 45.00, $ 65.00, Can. $ 85.00

110 years of Inter history, splendidly illustrated in the pages of the official publication that celebrates this historic milestone

Publication October 2018

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n 9 March 1908 the Internazionale F.C. was born from its archrival: Milan. The colours chosen for its shield were gold, black and light blue, like the stars and the skies. For the 110th anniversary of this football team from Milan, this publication offers the club’s most important moments from its past and its key players, trainers and presidents who have made the first 110 years unforgettable. 110 years of intense emotion (love, euphoria, passion, but also pain, rage, anger) and major changes for Milan, which went from being a large city to an important international metropolis. From Giuseppe Meazza, aka “Balilla”, a great team bomber who scored 247 goals over his twenty-year career, to the “Grande Inter” after World War II, up to the “football legends” from the 1980s to today: Alessandro Altobelli, Evaristo Beccalossi, Beppe “Zio” Bergomi, Walter Zenga, Lothar Matthäus, Andreas Brehme, Jurgen Klinsmann, Karl-Heinz Rummenigge, Ivan Zamorano, Oba Oba Martins, Javier Zanetti, just to mention a few. • 110 years, divided into 11 chapters (like the number of players) that cover these extraordinary 11 decades. • All the Internazionale F.C. legends.

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Javier Zanetti, who played a record number of games for Inter and an extraordinary champion, was their Captain from 2001 to 2014. Nicolas Ballario journalist, who is interested in contemporary art. He is editor of the art section for Rolling Stone, and is a writer and host for RadioUnoRai. He also collaborates with the most prestigious art institutions.


Highlights Fashion

Sartoria Italiana A Glimpse into the World of Italian Tailoring Yoshimi Hasegawa

Specifications size 81/2 x 111/2 in. (21.6 x 29 cm) 204 pages 204 colour illustrations hardcover ISBN 978-88-572-3828-9 £ 36.00, $ 50.00, Can. $ 67.50

Italian bespoke tailoring and its key protagonists: a glimpse into the world of Italian tailoring excellence

Publication October 2018

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talian tailoring is a tradition of excellence in our country. In fact, clothes, especially men’s, are veritable works of art, which conceal within the secrets and history of the city in which they are made. They are the product of a long tailoring tradition created from elegance and taste, where even the slightest detail is given the greatest care and attention. In fact, made-to-measure garments and shoes entail painstaking measuring and a transformation of these measurements into a perfect object, thanks to the skilled craftsmanship of tailors and of refined textiles. Detailed mastery for a unique, immediately recognizable style. This publication presents 28 historic tailor shops in Italy and their key protagonists (from Donnadio to Musella Dembech, Liverano&Liverano to Sartoria Napoletana, Rubinacci and Attolini to Caraceni, Ciardi and Pirozzi) in a complete guide across Italy, from north to south, in search of the haute tailoring and tailors who have shaped the world-famous Italian style. • A comprehensive guide devoted to Italian tailoring and its major protagonists. • The world’s best-dressed nation and its tailors. • Tailors who have shaped Italian style. Yoshimi Hasegawa is a journalist with expertise in European tailoring, particularly in Britain. Her articles have appeared in numerous magazines in Japan and abroad. Her latest books include Savile Row: A Glimpse Into the World of English Tailoring (2012).

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Highlights Design and Applied Arts

Jewellery From Art Nouveau to 3D Printing Alba Cappellieri

Specifications size 91/2 x 11 in. (24 x 28 cm) 256 pages 400 colour illustrations hardcover ISBN 978-88-572-3737-4 £ 50.00, $ 70.00, Can. $ 90.00

Jewellery, jewellers and international maisons from the start of the twentieth century to the present day

Publication October 2018

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he volume presents an extraordinary collection of jewels, jewellers and international maisons which, from the start of the twentieth century to the present day, have mirrored changing taste worldwide. It is a global journey which takes us from France to Russia, from the United States to Italy, from Britain to Germany and from the Netherlands to Scandinavia. The book closes with the new millennium, with the intermingling of art and design and the introduction of new goldsmithery techniques like 3D printing and wearable technologies. • Outstanding photographs illustrate and illuminate examples of elaborate techniques and very original materials. • This publication includes a bibliography of the major production houses, laboratories, master jewellers and designers and a glossary of technical terms. • An indispensable tool for the specialist, the collector, or anyone curious about art and jewellery. Alba Cappellieri is full-time professor of Jewellery and Fashion Accessory Design at the Politecnico di Milano. From 2013 to 2016 she taught Design for Innovation at Stanford University. She is a member of the Scientific Committee at the Ecole Van Cleef&Arpels in Paris and the Fondazione Cologni in Milan. In 2017 she was appointed Ambassador of Italian Design for the Italian Design Day in Osaka. Since 2014 she has been director of the Museo del Gioiello in Basilica Palladiana in Vicenza, the first museum in Italy dedicated to jewellery.

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New Titles Louvre Abu Dhabi

Louvre Abu Dhabi Masterpieces of the Collection direction Jean-François Charnier

Specifications Size 81/2 x 111/2 in. (21 x 29 cm) English and Arabic editions 128 pages 150 colour illustrations paperback ISBN 978-2-37074-074-8 English edition ISBN 978-2-37074-075-5 Arabic edition £ 28.00, $ 34.95, Can. $ 47.00

The masterpieces of the extraordinary collection of the Louvre Abu Dhabi, the new-born universal museum

Publication July 2018

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Louvre Abu Dhabi

The Complete Guide edited by Jean-François Charnier

Size 6 x 11 in. (16 x 23 cm) English and Arabic editions 384 pages, 550 colour illustrations paperback ISBN 978-2-37074-072-4 English edition ISBN 978-2-37074-073-1 Arabic edition £ 28.00, $ 34.95, Can. $ 47.00

his album of the Louvre Abu Dhabi collection of works allows readers to fully enjoy what the museum offers its visitors: an encounter with the universal across epochs, cultures and civilisations. The discovery – or rediscovery – of the works exhibited in the Louvre Abu Dhabi is a unique experience: on one hand because they are seen in a new light, that of Abu Dhabi filtered through the dome designed by Jean Nouvel, and on the other because their dialogue with works with which they are not usually presented increases their polysemy. This album provides a key to understanding the characteristics common to all humanity and the elements that constitute and form our distinct identity filtered through the prism of time, culture and history. • The masterpieces of the Louvre Abu Dhabi: textiles and ceramics, sculptures and photography, illuminated manuscripts, jewellery, tools, tiles, furniture and some of the most beautiful paintings imaginable. • Louvre Abu Dhabi represents one of the largest cultural partnerships ever formed between two countries. The collaboration between Abu Dhabi, the Musée du Louvre and sixteen other French museums and institutional partners creates a new centre of cultural gravity, and offers a world-class museum supported by French expertise. • Future publications will include a reference book and an architecture album. The book is published under the direction of Jean-François Charnier, scientific director of Agence France-Muséums.

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New Titles Modern and Contemporary Art

edited by Camille Morineau and Mathilde de Croix texts by Germano Celant, Nicolas Bourriaud, Bhrigupati Singh

Specifications size 73/4 x 101/4 in. (19.5 x 25.5 cm) dual-language edition (English-French) 192 pages 80 colour illustrations paperback ISBN 978-2-37074-083-0 £ 22.50, $ 30.00, Can. $ 40.00

A monograph of the Filipino artist, one of the most acclaimed artists of his generation in Southeast Asia, whose signature style is made of multilayered painting

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• First retrospective of the artist in France. • New dynamic space dedicated to contemporary art in Paris.

• Ventura’s work features a complex layering of images and styles, ranging from hyperrealism to cartoons and graffiti. • Ventura takes the layering process in his work as a metaphor for the multifaceted national identity of the Philippines. • His work has been reviewed in The New York Times, and is included in many private collections.

his catalogue will accompany the first retrospective on Subodh Gupta in France, which will take place at the Monnaie de Paris in April 2018. For this event, several of the artist’s most iconic artworks, such as Doot, Very Hungry God or Faith Matters, will be exhibited in order to retrace his entire career from the 1990s to his latest experimentations with video and sound. These artworks come from public and private collections and a new version of Specimen No. 108 is especially made for the courtyard of the Monnaie de Paris. Characterised by the use of found objects and utensils from daily life, Gupta’s work touches on universal themes: the opposition between rural and urban life, craftmanship and industrialisation, one-of-a-kind and mass-produced, personnal and monumental scale. This catalogue will also offer in-depth essays written by renowned art critics to help the reader better understand the production of this major contemporary artist.

Camille Morineau: curator, exhibition commissioner and art director for the Monnaie de Paris. Mathilde de Croix: exhibition commissioner. Germano Celant: art historian, critic and curator, art director for the Prada Foundation in Milan, specialised in contemporary art and Arte Povera. Nicolas Bourriaud: art historian and critic, specialised in contemporary art, director of La Panacée, contemporary art centre in Montpellier (France). Bhrigupati Singh: anthropologist, writer and anthropology professor at Brown University (USA). 28

Demetrio Paparoni

Catalogue accompanying the artist’s first retrospective in France

Publication December 2018

Exhibition Schedule Monnaie de Paris 13 April – 26 August 2018

Ronald Ventura Works 1998–2017

Specifications size 91/2 x 12 in. (24 x 30 cm) 416 pages 565 colour illustrations hardcover ISBN 978-88-572-3286-7 £ 65.00, $ 85.00, Can. $ 115.00 Publication September 2018

New Titles Modern and Contemporary Art

Subodh Gupta

onald Ventura is a contemporary Filipino artist known for his intermingling of hyper-realism, cartoons and graffiti with both historical and Pop subject matter. His work portrays scenes of chaotic disarray, incorporating traditional Western and Asian mythologies with contemporary cultural symbols like Mickey Mouse. Ventura had his first solo exhibitions in 2000, called All Souls Day, which was held at the Drawing Room in Makati City, Philippines, and Innerscapes, held at the West Gallery Megamall in Mandaluyong City. Since then, Ventura has continued to refine his signature style of multilayered paintings, which utilize a broad range of imagery and tend to focus around the human form. In addition to paintings, Ventura also makes sculptures that explore the same themes and aesthetics as his two-dimensional works.

Art critic, curator and essayist, Demetrio Paparoni has written and edited numerous books and monographs, including those on Chuck Close (2002), Jonathan Lasker (2002), Anish Kapoor (2011), Tony Oursler (2011) and Wang Guangyi (2013). 29


New Titles Modern and Contemporary Art

texts by Reiner Opoku, Luca Marenzi, Magda Dokoupilova

Ashraf Jamal

A collection of essays to reconfigure the national narrative within a broader African and global context

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Specifications size 101/4 x 141/4 in. (26 x 36 cm) 192 pages, 250 colour and 15 b/w illustrations hardcover ISBN 978-88-572-3615-5 £ 45.00, $ 60.00, Can. $ 80.00

Works from 1980 to 2017 by the contemporary Czech artist

Publication November 2018

n inclusive exercise in cultural analysis, this book deals with the gravitas and folly of identity politics, the boom of so-called African art, and the fetish and fascination with a global Esperanto. Designed to provoke thought and feeling, it is hoped that this collection of essays on South African art will reach a wide audience.

Specifications size 61/2 x 91/2 in. (16,5 x 24 cm) 416 pages 112 colour illustrations paperback ISBN 978-88-572-3563-9 £ 40.00, $ 55.00, Can. $ 75.00

• The selection of artists goes against the canon and is contemporary, diverse, predominantly young. • The artists’ works vary greatly: painting, photography, sculpture, performance.

Publication July 2018

Ashraf Jamal is a Research Associate in the Visual Identities in Art and Design Research Centre, University of Johannesburg. He is the co-author of Art in South Africa: The Future Present and co-editor of Indian Ocean Studies: Social, Cultural, and Political Perspectives. Jamal is also the author of Predicaments of Culture in South Africa, Love Themes for the Wilderness, and the award-winning short fiction, The Shades.

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irí Dokoupil was born in Krnov, former Czechoslovakia, in 1954. After the invasion of the Soviet army in Prague in 1968, he fled with his family to Germany. Dokoupil was founding-member of the German artist groups Mülheimer Freiheit and Junge Wilde, which arose in the late 1970s and early 1980s; they sought to explore a contemporary expression for their art by using a neo-expressive, figurative style of intensely colourful painting with traditional subjects and by overriding the intellectual, reduced formal language of minimal and conceptual art. Dokoupil developed a less wild, rather unusual method of working and soon found his own radical subjective way with individual considerations. The book presents a selection of over 200 works divided into three sections: Behold, I have become a painter! (1980–1989); A new beginning, but how? (1989–2000) and Suddenly becoming academic (2000–2017). It also offers texts by Reiner Opoku, Luca Marenzi, memoirs of the artist’s mother Magda Dokoupilova and an essay by Julian Schnabel on Dokoupil. • Dokoupil has participated in several international exhibitions, including the Venice Biennale (1987). He was awarded the Lovis Corinth Prize 2012. • With his “book painting” shown at documenta 7 in Kassel in 1982, Dokoupil widely attracted the attention of the art world. Since then his work has been seen in numerous one-man shows in galleries, museums and at other cultural venues worldwide.

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In the World Essays on Contemporary South African Art

New Titles Modern and Contemporary Art

Dokoupil

Antoni Clavé Printed Work. Catalogue raisonné Aude Hendgen, Céline Chicha-Castex, Thomás Llorens

The artist’s entire printed work

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ntoni Clavé (1913–2005) is one of those great 20th-century artists who, like Pablo Picasso or Joan Miró, found in printmaking a crucial complement to painting and sculpture. This catalogue raisonné rounds off the works of reference of Roger Passeron (1977) and the Sala Gaspar (1984) with the addition of rediscovered, hitherto unpublished works, Clavé’s last prints and rare books illustrated by the artist. It is intended both as a definitive tool for collectors and a journey to the heart of a graphic oeuvre.

Specifications size 93/4 x 113/4 in. (24.5 x 29.5 cm) 256 pages 830 colour illustrations hardcover ISBN 978-2-37074-065-6 £ 85.00, $ 120.00, Can. $ 155.00 Publication November 2018

• Catalogue in 3 languages: English, Spanish and French. • Over 550 prints illustrated. Aude Hendgen is an art historian, in charge of the Antoni Clavé Archives since 2010, previously having worked at the Petit Palais and the Château de Versailles. Céline Chicha-Castex, curator of the Prints and Photography.

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New Titles Modern and Contemporary Art

edited by Andrew Mummery. Essays by Moira Jeffrey and Lynda Morris. Conversation by Carol Rhodes and Andrew Mummery

The most comprehensive monograph devoted to one of the most distinctive painters working in the UK today

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he significant body of work that Carol Rhodes has produced over the past twenty-five years assimilates and moves beyond two major critical impasses for modern painting: photography and pure abstraction. Rhodes makes smallscale paintings depicting, from aerial viewpoints, encounters between the natural environment and human intervention, fictional syntheses resulting from a re-mixing of photographic sources. .

Specifications size 103/4 x 91/2 in. (27 x 24 cm) 196 pages 116 colour illustrations hardcover ISBN 978-88-572-3814-2 £ 36.00, $ 50.00, Can. $ 65.00 Publication October 2018

• The volume reproduces in colour over forty of her paintings and, for the first time, a significant number of her working drawings. • The biographical section of the monograph will contain a chronology of Rhodes’s exhibitions including reproductions of archival material and a detailed bibliography. Andrew Mummery is a gallerist and curator who set up and ran two art galleries in London: the Andrew Mummery Gallery (1996–2006) and Mummery + Schnelle (2007–2014).

Specifications size 91/2 x 11 in. (24 x 28 cm) 152 pages 140 colour illustrations hardcover ISBN 978-88-572-3818-0 £ 35.00, $ 50.00, Can. $ 65.00 Publication October 2018

edited by Demetrio Paparoni

The works of the Belgian artist, representing a subject of long-standing interest to Reypens: the Royal Boch bowl

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aurent Reypens explores the infinite formal combinations of a single object – the white Royal Boch bowl – which he repeatedly features on his canvas, making it the preferred image in his representations. In his paintings the bowl ceases to be an ordinary tabletop recipient and becomes a concave semisphere with a subtle circular base; a pure and sensual shape that is able to absorb and restore light, acquire volume with shadows and re-emerge within the space of the painting through new combinations. For him, the bowl is the basic constitutive unit of a whole, through which he can describe light and colour, reflect on the meaning of painting and explore certain experiences of modern art.

edited by Demetrio Paparoni

edited by Francesca Valente

This book collects an intense period of the Norwegian artist’s practice

The multifaceted aspects of the work of the Californian artist

he starting point for Dietrichson’s works is architecture but detached from scale and human scale. The artist’s interest is the spatial, the angular, the geometric. Shapes create utopian imagery in the form of sculpture, watercolour or silkscreens of levitating building elements or sculptures and installations in public spaces. The book is divided into four chapters, with a brief introductory text. Art historian Øivind Storm Bjerke writes about Dietrichson’s watercolours, curator Karl Olav Segrov Mortensen about sculptures, and writer Maria Moseng about the silkscreens, while the art critic Arve Rød describes the artist’s public art projects.

Demetrio Paparoni see page 29.

Publication July 2018

Demetrio Paparoni see page 29.

Nancy Genn Architecture from Within

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Specifications size 91/2 x 11 in. (24 x 28 cm) 240 pages 161 colour illustrations hardcover ISBN 978-88-572-3782-4 £ 25.00, $ 35.00, Can. $ 45.00

• The recurrence of the subject, which Reypens has relentlessly depicted for over thirty years, is testimony to the universality assumed by its simple shape.

Espen Dietrichson Seven Years

• First international publication and largest gathering of the artist’s work. • The volume is a mid-career retrospective and is published in the context of Dietrichson’s exhibition at the Haugar Art Museum in January 2019.

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Laurent Reypens In Slow Motion

New Titles Modern and Contemporary Art

Carol Rhodes

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ancy Genn is a multifaceted, cross-cultural California artist. She is equally gifted in drawing, painting, sculpting, paper and printmaking. Her cultural nomadism influenced her art with a sort of material transmutation combining both Eastern and Western cultures, reflecting somehow the city where she was born and raised, San Francisco. Genn has been a major contributor to the history of post-war American painting.

Specifications size 91/2 x 11 in. (24 x 28 cm) 128 pages, 100 colour and 10 b/w illustrations paperback ISBN 978-88-572-3785-5 £ 38.00, $ 55.00, Can. $ 70.00 Publication November 2018

• The publication offers a selection of essays on the multifaceted aspects of Nancy Genn’s oeuvre, as well as approximately 100 works drawn from important public and private collections. • The volume also includes a rare selection of bronze sculptures and a large body of drawings and mixed media. Francesca Valente has edited over 100 catalogues and publications. She has also written numerous articles and participated in many international festivals and conferences. She is currently the curator of Central-Eastern Canada for Imago Mundi.

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New Titles Modern and Contemporary Art

Publication November 2018

Bakhodir Jalal. A Line to Eternity

Daniel Buren, Serge Lemoine, Christina Lodder edited by Andrzej Szczepaniak

edited by Rosa Maria Falvo. Texts by Nigora Akhmedova, Natalya Andakulova, with an interview by Rosa Maria Falvo

The first major international publication devoted to the Polish painter, a pioneer of the classical avant-garde

Devoted to the celebrated Uzbek artist, this book showcases his most important works over four decades

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enryk Stazewski (1894–1988) was the most important and consistent representative of the geometric abstraction movement in twentieth-century Polish art. A painter, designer of interiors, furniture, theatre sets, typography and book layouts, the author of art-related writings and the editor of numerous publications devoted to the avant-garde around the world, he was connected with some of the leading artistic groups both in Poland and abroad.

• Stazewski’s works are held in every important museum collection in Poland and in a host of prestigious collections around the world. Daniel Buren is a French conceptual artist and author. Serge Lemoine is an art historian and professor emeritus at the Paris IV-Sorbonne University. Christina Lodder is an Honorary Professor of the History and Philosophy of Art at the University of Kent. Andrzej Szczepaniak is an art historian and curator.

Nigora Akhmedova is an art historian and curator. Natalya Andakulova is the founder and owner of Andakulova Gallery, a pioneering platform for contemporary art from Central Asia in the Middle East. Rosa Maria Falvo is a writer, editor and curator specializing in Asia-Pacific and Middle Eastern contemporary art.

Kemal Seyhan. Proportional Line and Structure

Farid Belkahia or Art at Liberty

The first comprehensive volume on the Istanbuland Vienna-based artist

Publication October 2018

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emal Seyhan searches for the brief encounter, that fleeting moment when a small detail of everyday life, a lonely line, a graffiti, a lavish colour on the road opens his life to him. His vocabulary consists largely of proportional lines, gouged surfaces, linear marks, hidden symbols, signs, calligraphic tracery, and emotional colours. In this book, three international authors examine the artist’s life and his belief in the transformative power of pure lines and enigmatic structures.

• The book is the first comprehensive volume on the artist, featuring paintings, drawings and sculptures. • This monograph is essential to understanding the work of an intercultural artist, who has created a new language of painting that is profoundly lyrical and closely tied to the inscrutable complexities of human existence.

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master painter and nationally acclaimed graphic artist, Jalal is considered a living legend in his native country of Uzbekistan. The works featured here demonstrate the artist’s energetic experimentation and pioneering desire to communicate beyond cultural boundaries and even his own preconceptions.

• Jalal is a master Uzbek painter whose works are included in renowned international institutions. • This retrospective monograph provides a unique opportunity to enter the intriguing world of a key figure in Central Asian contemporary art.

edited by Necmi Sönmez texts by Alistair Hicks, Edelbert Köb, Necmi Sönmez

Specifications size 91/2 x 12 in. (24 x 30.5 cm) 100 pages 50 colour illustrations hardcover ISBN 978-88-572-3831-9 £ 28.00, $ 40.00, Can. $ 52.50

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Necmi Sönmez is a Turkish-German curator, art critic and writer. He lives and works in Düsseldorf.

Specifications size 91/2 x 11 in. (24 x 28 cm) 208 pages 170 colour illustrations hardcover ISBN 978-88-572-3636-0 £ 45.00, $ 65.00, Can. $ 85.00 Publication November 2018

New Titles Modern and Contemporary Art

Specifications size 91/2 x 11 in. (24 x 28 cm) 200 pages 200 colour illustrations hardcover ISBN 978-88-572-3735-0 £ 36.00, $ 50.00, Can. $ 65.00

Henryk Stazewski

A founder of contemporary Moroccan art

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arid Belkahia (1934–2014), considered one of the founders of contemporary art in Morocco, invested, from the 1960s on, in the artistic research of multiple forms of expression. Advocating complete creative freedom in perpetual reconquest, he built an opus in resonance with his natural and cultural environment. The book includes texts by Brahim Alaoui, Rajae Benchemsi, Michel Gauthier, Moulin Laaroussi, Toni Maraini, Jean-Hubert Martin, Morad Montazani, Mostafa Nissabouri, Hamid Triki.

Specifications size 131/3 x 12 in. (34 x 30 cm) dual-language (English-French) 208 pages 150 colour illustrations hardcover ISBN 978-2-37074-068-7 £ 35.00, $ 50.00, Can. $ 65.00 Publication November 2018

• Texts by renowned art historians and researchers. • Published in collaboration with the Fondation Farid Belkahia.

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New Titles Photography

Jodi Bieber. Between Darkness and Light Selected Works: South Africa 1994–2010

John Ramsden

edited by Filippo Maggia

Specifications size 91/2 x 11 in. (24 x 28 cm) 156 pages 100 colour illustrations hardcover ISBN 978-88-572-3716-9 £ 30.00, $ 40.00, Can. $ 65.00 Publication September 2018

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his book is a portrait of hardship, poverty and endurance, but also of an ancient culture, of brave and resilient people, of beauty amidst the austerity. Photographer John Ramsden guides us through poignant accounts of an unforgettable time and place: “The Hanoi I knew after the war – a subdued place, though of wistful beauty – is now a booming modern city. This is a journey back in time, to a city exhausted by forty years of conflict. The people whose lives are pictured here fought through the war and endured the hardships that followed. Though I could observe their daily life, any meaningful contact with the local people was forbidden in those Cold War days. The stories told in these pages take us into the inner world of the Vietnamese: bitter-sweet memories of a time which now seems vanishingly distant.” John Ramsden • Ramsden’s images depict a country that was largely cut off from the outside world. • A beautiful book. A story that deserves to be known outside Vietnam. • These photographs, together with the memories of Vietnamese writers, are both an historical record and a faithful portrait of a remarkable time and place.

Born in 1950, John Ramsden lived in Hanoi from 1980 to 1982, when he was Deputy Head of the British Embassy. He spent the rest of his diplomatic career in Europe. His photographs of Hanoi were the subject of an exhibition in 2013. He is now retired and divides his time between London and France. 36

Jodi Bieber’s gaze explores and portrays the complexities and changing aspects of contemporary South Africa

A unique portrait of Vietnam after the war, through the eyes of a foreign observer and the voices of Vietnamese writers

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odi Bieber’s professional career began by covering the 1994 Democratic elections in South Africa for The Star Newspaper. She has won numerous international awards, including the Premier Award at the World Press Photo in 2011. Her three monographs, Between Dogs and Wolves – Growing up with South Africa, 2006; Soweto, 2010 and Real Beauty, 2014, and other works are exhibited in solo and group shows locally and abroad. Her work is also found in some significant collections like The Artur Walther Collection, The François Pinault Collection, The Johannesburg Art Gallery and Iziko Museums Collection. She also mentors students with their grants, producing projects, lectures, and photo workshops all over the world.

Specifications size 11 x 91/2 in. (28 x 24 cm) 128 pages, 66 colour and 45 b/w illustrations paperback ISBN 978-88-572-3791-6 £ 25.00 not available in US/Canada/LA

New Titles Photography

Hanoi after the War

Publication July 2018

Exhibition Schedule La Spezia, Fondazione Carispezia 2 December 2017 4 March 2018

• The book is published on the occasion of the first solo Italian exhibition by the artist, the winner of the World Press Photo of the Year 2011 and a leading figure in the contemporary African scenario. • The book gathers a significant selection of over one hundred works chosen from some of her most famous series. • Bieber offers a sociological rather than simply documentary analysis of her country during its difficult transition from the days of racial segregation to today’s reality. Filippo Maggia is currently a researcher at the Photography Department of the Royal College of Art, London.

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New Titles Fashion

The Gift of Kings The Noblest of Wools Loro Piana photographs by Bruna Rotunno

Baby Cashmere

Specifications size 11 x 12 in. (28 x 30 cm) 156 pages 118 colour illustrations hardcover ISBN 978-88-572-3855-5 £ 60.00, $ 85.00, Can. $ 105.00

The story of a new Loro Piana excellence, told through the photos of wonderful landscapes and extraordinary people in Australia and New Zealand

Publication December 2018

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here is excellence nature bestows upon man with an implicit understanding: taking care of, preserving and enhancing its qualities. In order to respect this pact with nature, man must work with her, follow her, understand her and join forces with others. This is the story of “The Gift of Kings”, the excellent extrafine wool from merino sheep raised in Australia and New Zealand, thanks to a collaboration between Loro Piana and some of the most expert, cutting-edge breeders in both countries. This wool gives rise to extraordinary, breathable, all natural, sustainable and light yarn and textiles that keep warm in the winter and cool in the summer. This book portrays, through images, the stunning landscapes and extraordinary people, along with the emotions and passions of their teamwork, in a relationship based on trust with Loro Piana and those who for generations have lovingly taken care of these sheep, the gift of kings and of nature. • After Baby Cashmere (978-88-572-0369-0), The Lotus Flower (978-88-5720887-9) and Vicuña (978-88-572-1386-6), the fourth book in the Loro Piana series. • A unique textile for exclusive products. • Loro Piana has made true quality its mission. For six generations, it has been supplying its most sophisticated and demanding customers with the finest cashmere and wool fabrics. As a result, it has become the most important cashmere textile manufacturer and the biggest single buyer of the world’s finest wools.

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The Long Journey of Excellence Loro Piana photographs by Bruna Rotunno Size 11 x 12 in. (28 x 30 cm) 184 pages, 116 colour illustrations hardcover ISBN 978-88-572-0369-0 £ 60.00, $ 100.00, Can $ 122.00

The Lotus Flower

A Textile Hidden in the Water Loro Piana photographs by Bruna Rotunno Size 11 x 12 in. (28 x 30 cm) 144 pages, 100 colour illustrations hardcover ISBN 978-88-572-0887-9 £ 60.00, $ 95.00, Can. $ 108.00

Vicuña

The Queen of the Andes Loro Piana photographs by Bruna Rotunno Size 11 x 12 in. (28 x 30 cm) 180 pages, 117 colour illustrations hardcover ISBN 978-88-572-1386-6 £ 60.00, $ 95.00, Can. $ 95.00


New Titles Design and Applied Arts

Vittorio Zecchin Transparent Glass for Cappellin and Venini edited by Marino Barovier and Carla Sonego

Specifications size 11 x 12 in. (28 x 30 cm) 472 pages 1530 colour illustrations hardcover ISBN 978-88-572-3712-1 £ 65.00, $ 85.00, Can. $ 115.00

The volume presents for the first time the entire glass production of Vittorio Zecchin for two legendary glassworks

Publication September 2018

Exhibition Schedule Venice, Island of San Giorgio Maggiore 11 September 2017 7 January 2018

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Murano artist and painter interested in the decorative arts, and particularly glass, Vittorio Zecchin (1878–1947), from 1921 to 1925 and in accordance with a practice not seen in Murano before, occupied the position of artistic director of the V.S.M. Cappellin Venini & C. glassworks, founded in 1921 by the Venetian antiquarian Giacomo Cappellin and the young Milanese lawyer Paolo Venini, together with other shareholders, with the intention of offering a sophisticated, modern style of production. Responding to the demands expressed by Cappellin and Venini, Zecchin designed monochrome blown-glass pieces with extraordinary colours and classical essential lines. This volume reconstructs for the first time the entire collection of transparent blown-glass pieces designed by Vittorio Zecchin, first for Cappellin and Venini and then for Cappellin alone. • The volume is the outcome of in-depth research based mainly on unpublished material from the Archivio Storico Venini, Murano, the Archivio del Centro Studi Vetro, Fondazione Giorgio Cini, Venice, and the Archivio Zecchin Ramani, Trieste. • After the monographs dedicated to glass art by Carlo Scarpa, Napoleone Martinuzzi, Tomaso Buzzi, Fulvio Bianconi, Paolo Venini and Ettore Sottsass, a new title from the series “Le Stanze del Vetro”. • A must-have for collectors, scholars and art dealers. Marino Barovier is considered one of the greatest experts of glass art.

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Fulvio Bianconi

Tomaso Buzzi

Size 11 x 12 in. (28 x 30 cm) 512 pages, 1389 colour illustrations, hardcover

ISBN 978-88-572-3008-5 £ 50.00, $ 80.00, Can. $ 80.00

Size 11 x 12 in. (28 x 30 cm) 448 pages, 1000 colour illustrations, hardcover ISBN 978-88-572-2247-9 £ 50.00, $ 90.00, Can. $ 90.00

Paolo Venini

Ettore Sottsass

at Venini edited by Marino Barovier with Carla Sonego

and His Furnace edited by Marino Barovier and Carla Sonego Size 11 x 12 in. (28 x 30 cm) 532 pages, 1722 colour illustrations, hardcover ISBN 978-88-572-3354-3 £ 65.00, $ 85.00, Can. $ 115.00

at Venini edited by Marino Barovier with Carla Sonego

The Glass edited by Luca Massimo Barbero Size 11 x 12 in. (28 x 30 cm) 328 pages, 579 colour illustrations hardcover ISBN 978-88-572-3535-6 £ 58.00, $ 70.00, Can. $ 95.00

Napoleone Martinuzzi

Carlo Scarpa

Size 11 x 12 in. (28 x 30 cm) 480 pages, 1780 colour illustrations, hardcover ISBN 978-88-572-2140-3 £ 65.00, $ 100.00, Can. $ 100.00

Size 11 x 12 in. (28 x 30 cm) 492 pages, 1640 colour illustrations, hardcover ISBN 978-88-572-1473-3 £ 55.00, $ 85.00, Can. $ 85.00

Glass from Finland

The Glass of the Architects

Venini 1925–1931 Marino Barovier

in the Bischofberger Collection edited by Kaisa Koivisto and Pekka Korvenmaa Size 91/2 x 11 in. (23 x 28 cm) 416 pages, 260 colour and b/w illustrations, hardcover ISBN 978-88-572-2761-0 £ 48.00, $ 75.00, Can. $ 75.00

Venini 1932–1947 Marino Barovier

Vienna 1900–1937 edited by Rainald Franz

Size 93/4 x 12 in. (23.5 x 30.5 cm) 328 pages, 379 colour illustrations hardcover ISBN 978-88-572-3244-7 £ 42.00, $ 60.00, Can. $ 80.00

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New Titles Design and Applied Arts

exhibition curated by Dimitri Ozerkov, Herwig Kempinger, Adriano Berengo with the consultancy of Clare Phyllis Davies

Secrets of the Studios from Monet to Ai Weiwei Damian Elwes

Artists, architects and designers creatively express their thoughts and ideas through one medium: glass

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he book is the catalogue of the contemporary art and glass exhibition at the Venice Art Biennale in which important stars on the international scene match their talents with the use of glass. Glasstress, a showcase of this collaboration of craft and creativity, has forged a new trajectory for glass and a new path for contemporary artists. Over 30 artists of all disciplines, from sculptors to musicians, have been invited to collaborate with the maestros in creating art in glass.

Specifications size 91/2 x 11 in. (24 x 28 cm) 304 pages 250 colour illustrations hardcover ISBN 978-88-572-3730-5 £ 48.00, $ 65.00, Can. $ 85.00 Publication September 2018

From Claude Monet to Ai Weiwei, leading 19th-century artists and the secrets of their studios explained to kids

• Glasstress offers artists limitless possibilities for experimentation with an exciting new medium and gives glassmasters a new potential and way to use their skills in this new era of glass.

Specifications size 81/2 x 93/4 in. (22 x 24.5 cm) 80 pages 40 colour illustrations paperback ISBN 978-2-37074-070-0 £ 12.95 not available in US/Canada/LA

New Titles SkiraKids

Glasstress 2017

Publication October 2018

Adriano Berengo founder of Glasstress and president of Fondazione Berengo, opened his glass workshop on the Venetian island of Murano in 1989. He has since invited artists from all over the world to create artworks there.

Du Sens dans l’Utile Françoise Darmon

This book sheds light on the relationship between companies and design. A conjunction of two exigences, of two languages Specifications size 91/4 x 12 in. (23 x 31 cm) 224 pages 160 colour illustrations paperback ISBN 978-2-37074-063-2 £ 42.00, $ 60.00, Can. $ 78.00 Publication October 2018

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he book explores the pairing of designers with companies, bringing to light the innovative creation that emerges from this encounter. Du Sens dans l’Utile sheds light on the relationship between eight companies and designers. Rather than elaborating a theory, it highlights a state of affairs and focuses on the key role of creativity in companies. • Excusive interviews with the leaders of the most important French companies and the most renowned designers.

Françoise Darmon founded in 1984 Creative Agent Consultants, dedicated to promoting creativity as a key factor in the economic success of companies. She collaborated on the French design collection at the Israel Museum, Jerusalem, in 1993. President of the ‘Prix Découverte des Amis du Palais de Tokyo’ from 2011 to 2015, Darmon is today a member of the Friends of the Fondation Guerlain, and a member of the design acquisitions group at the Centre Pompidou.

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oin Detective Damian on his investigations … Visit the studios of Henri Matisse, Alberto Giacometti, Paul Gauguin, Keith Haring, and many other artists … Find the magnifying glass that got left behind on Claude Monet’s desk … Spot the owls in Pablo Picasso’s paintings … Play with Andy Warhol’s flowers … Find the apples in Paul Cézanne’s studio … Colour in Jeff Koons’s Balloon Dog … Identify the silhouette of a sculpture by Brancusi ... Intended for children ages 6 to 12, this book is a brief history of art in the form of fun and educational surveys within the studios of the leading artists of the late nineteenth century and the twentieth century. Damian Elwes’s research and reconstruction of these workshops is presented to the young audience as a series of investigations carried out by the character of Detective Damian who we follow throughout the book.

Exhibition Schedule Paris, Musée en Herbe January – Septembter 2018

• An original and fun way to learn about art history. • Kids become detectives as they follow the clues in the different studios. Damian Elwes is a British artist currently living and working in California. He started painting, like his father and grandfather before him, after meeting Keith Haring in New York. He then became known as the “first British street artist”. Today, he is known for his colourful paintings and the precise reconstructions of famous artists’ studios.

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Backlist


Limited Edition

Daido Moriyama in Color Limited Edition Filippo Maggia

Specifications Framed original and signed photograph 123/4 x 163/4 in. (32.5 x 42.5 cm) image 73/4 x 93/4 in. (19.5 x 24.6 cm)

Colour photographs taken by one of the leading figures in contemporary Japanese photography in a special, luxury edition that includes an original print signed by Moriyama

Book Daido Moriyama in Color Slipcase 173/4 x 133/4 in. (45 x 35 cm) Edition Yokusuka ISBN 978-88-572-3116-7 Edition Self-portrait ISBN 978-88-572-3631-5 Edition Nocturnal Nude ISBN 978-88-572-3630-8 £ 1700.00, $ 2200.00 Can. $ 3000.00 NO RIGHT OF RETURN

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or the first time, the colour photographs taken by Daido Moriyama, one of the leading figures in contemporary Japanese photography. An extraordinary limited-edition artist book edited by Filippo Maggia, intended for all collectors searching for the magic of a precious and extraordinary product destined to grow in value over time. Considered one of the great masters of contemporary Japanese photography, Daido Moriyama is a lone traveller whose images recount visions and worlds hidden just beneath the surface of reality. A constant flow of images that is often frenetic or suddenly suspended, following the rhythm of an unfettered, restless life spent travelling the roads of the world. • An extraordinary limited-edition artist book. • 3 limited editions each containing a different photo, 100 copies per edition. • Each edition contains a framed original and signed photograph by Moriyama and the book Daido Moriyama in Color. Now, and Never Again. • 3 different photographs to choose from: Yokosuka, Moriyama’s “iconic” image of the young girl running down a narrow alleyway; Self-portrait, a recurrent theme in Moriyama’s photography; Nocturnal Nude, a young woman emerging from the darkness of the night. • Each copy comes in a black cloth slipcase designed especially for this special edition. • For bibliophiles and collectors searching for the magic of a precious and extraordinary book.

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Yokosuka

Self-portrait

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Modern and Contemporary Art

Kuniyoshi Visionary of the Floating World

edited by Rossella Menegazzo

edited by Rossella Menegazzo

Specifications size 91/2 x 12 in. (24 x 30 cm) 352 pages 329 colour illustrations hardcover ISBN 978-88-572-3694-0 £ 36.00, $ 50.00, Can. $ 67.50

Exhibition Schedule Rome, Ara Pacis 12 October 2017 14 January 2018

Hokusai, a grand protagonist of ukiyo-e, his legacy and powerful influence on European art

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atsushika Hokusai (1760–1849), an unchallenged master of ukiyo-e, the Floating World, active between the late 1700s and the first-half of the 1800s, stands out on the art scene not only for his Great Wave and the series Thirty-six Views of Mount Fuji of which the print is a part, but also for his great versatility expressed in his treatment of all types of subjects: from landscapes to nature, kabuki actor portraits, beautiful women, warriors and even ghosts and spirits, semi-legendary beings and animals. Through a selection of over 200 works from the Municipal Museum of Chiba and other Japanese and international collections, this publication offers a reading of Hokusai that also includes his legacy, accompanying and comparing his output with that by others who followed in his footsteps and gave life to new lines, forms and balances of colour within the classic themes of ukiyo-e. In addition to works by Hokusai, this publication also offers an equally broad selection of works by Keisai Eisen (1791–1848), a very different yet prolific artist of seductive female portraits. • A comprehensive overview of the work of one of Japan’s greatest and most influential artists. • A magnificent pictorial survey of Hokusai’s prints, paintings and drawings. • For all Japanese art lovers. Rossella Menegazzo teaches History of East-Asian Art at the Università degli Studi di Milano. She has already published with Skira Hokusai, Hiroshige, Utamaro (2016) and Domon Ken. The Master of Japanese Realism (2016).

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The work of one of the greatest Japanese artists, a key exponent of ukiyo-e which led to manga, to anime (animated films from the 1970s) and to contemporary tattoos

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ecognized as one of the most interesting and vibrant artists from the Edo period, Utagawa Kuniyoshi (1797–1861) is a major exponent of ukiyo-e in the early 1800s. He trained under the master Utagawa Toyokuni. His fame is tied to the series of polychrome xylographs that illustrate the 108 heroes from the novel Suikoden (Brigands), which became a bestseller in China and Japan in the late 1700s, promoting the imagery of brigands who defend the people suppressed by injustice and government corruption. Violent, powerful, armed people with muscular bodies covered in tattoos that today inspire manga, anime, tattoo artists and illustrators across the world. Kuniyoshi affirmed the genre of warrior prints, but he was also interested in portraits of female beauties, kabuki actors, landscapes, children and ghosts, another greatly admired genre in Japan. His name is above all associated with illusion, shadows and Arcimboldo-like composite figures, figures within figures and parodies of stories and battles with animals, objects, sweets, food. His images are fantastical, baroque, rich in colour, of great detail, with imposing characters and dynamic actions. A versatile and intriguing figure for the variety of subjects, from female beauties and monsters to animals and heroes, and for the impressive technique that gave life to a school carried forth for generations.

Specifications size 11 x 91/2 in. (28 x 24 cm) 216 pages 311 colour illustrations hardcover ISBN 978-88-572-3689-6 £ 36.00, $ 50.00, Can. $ 67.50

Modern and Contemporary Art

Hokusai The Master’s Legacy

Exhibition Schedule Milan, Museo della Permanente 4 October 2017 28 January 2018

• Kuniyoshi is regarded as one of the true masters of ukiyo-e. • Kuniyoshi is perhaps best-known for his musha-e (“warrior prints”), vivid and complex images of warriors, ghosts, demons and monsters. • A must for Japanese art lovers, fans or collectors of Kuniyoshi. Rossella Menegazzo see opposite page.

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Modern and Contemporary Art

The Myth of India in Western Culture 1808 –2017 On the Paths of Enlightenment

edited by Olivier Berggruen with Anunciata von Liechtenstein

edited by Elio Schenini

Specifications size 91/2 x 11 in. (24 x 28 cm) 256 pages 227 colour illustrations hardcover ISBN 978-88-572-3693-3 £ 36.00, $ 50.00, Can. $ 67.50

Exhibition Schedule Rome, Scuderie del Quirinale 22 September 2017 21 January 2018

A complete account of Picasso’s complex relationship with ltaly, from the Neoclassical works to the realistic influences resulting from his discovery of the Pompeii wall paintings

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ne hundred years later, this book evokes Picasso’s journey to Rome and Naples with Jean Cocteau, Igor Stravinsky and the company of Sergei Djagilev’s Ballet Russes. It was during this trip that he met and fell in love with the company’s leading dancer, Olga Khokhlova, his future wife. In addition to the few extraordinary weeks spent in ltaly, which were pivotal in the development of Picasso’s art during the postwar years, the monograph also examines his practice immediately after this Italian experience, with particular reference to the ballets Parade and Pulcinella as well as those paintings indebted to the iconographic/cultural world these two works had introduced him to. The book focuses on Picasso’s ability to experiment in different genres, from still-life to portraiture, playful and decorative collages to the sophisticated realism associated with Djagilev. It also documents the long-term impact of his Italian journey on his art, including the study of some Classical-inspired works executed in later years. With over 100 iconic paintings, drawings and photographs, the book offers masterpieces and key works from 1915 to 1925, with the aim of highlighting hidden links, resurfacings or the pre-existence of Classical elements throughout the artist’s career. • This fully illustrated catalogue presents essays by the most eminent international Picasso scholars. • Works are from major international museums and art collections.

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Olivier Berggruen studied art history at Brown University, Rhode Island, and at the Courtauld Institute, London. For several years he was an expert in Impressionism and Modernism at Sotheby’s in London.

The West’s fascination with India from the 1800s to today in painting, photography, music, architecture and design

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ith the publication of On the Language and Wisdom of India by Friedrich Schlegel in 1808 there emerged in the West a new and increased curiosity for India and its extraordinary civilization. Starting from Schopenhauer’s reflections on Hinduism and Buddhism followed in the early 20th century by the literary works of Hermann Hesse and the anthropological analyses of Carl Gustav Jung, India, with its millenary traditions and spirituality, seduced countless Western intellectuals and artists who in this country identified one of the most important cradles of human civilization. This gave rise to the creation of the myth in which India captured the imagination of young generations worldwide in the 1960s and the 1970s. This volume retraces the history of the West’s Indian fascination by way of extensive iconography and contributions by various authors who examine the manifold spheres in which this allure expressed itself, from art to literature, music, religion, the history of customs and even psychology. The result is a very singular publication, covering the last two centuries of Western culture and including Schopenhauer, Kipling, Salgari, Redon, Gustave Moreau, Mata Hari, Kirchner, Hesse, Jung, Cartier Bresson, Le Corbusier, Ginsberg, Pasolini, Sottsass, The Beatles, Rauschenberg, Luigi Ontani and Francesco Clemente.

Specifications size 61/2 x 91/2 in. (17 x 24 cm) 672 pages, 950 colour and b/w illustrations hardcover ISBN 978-88-572-3666-7 £ 58.00, $ 75.00, Can. $ 100.00

Modern and Contemporary Art

Picasso Between Cubism and Neoclassicism 1915–1925

Exhibition Schedule Lugano, Museo d’arte della Svizzera italiana 24 September 2017 21 January 2018

• A 360° perspective on the world with which, since the early 1800s, India, and its traditions, religions, landscape, cultures and art, has fascinated the West. • A publication exploring the West’s interest in India and the East. Elio Schenini is conservator-curator of MASI in Lugano. 51


Modern and Contemporary Art

Signac. Reflections on Water

Denise Wendel-Poray

Through a selection of over 140 works, this catalogue offers a first approach to Paul Signac’s colour harmonies along with an invitation to travel

Marina Ferretti Bocquillon

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Specifications size 71/2 x 10 in. (18.5 x 25 cm) 400 pages, 250 colour and 100 b/w illustrations hardcover ISBN 978-88-572-3006-1 £ 39.95, $ 55.00, Can. $ 75.00

The evolution of the close bond between the visual arts and opera from the 19th century up to the early 21st century

aul Signac’s career as a painter in love with colour was just as intense as it was varied. Starting from one of the largest private collections of the artist’s works, this publication illustrates his creative journey from his early Impressionist paintings until his final watercolours. The virtuosity of the Neo-Impressionist master is also reflected in the diverse techniques he used: the ardour of Signac’s Impressionist debut is set off against the limpid polychromies of the Divisionist paintings, the daring Japonisme of his watercolours contrasts with the freedom of the works painted en plein air, while his large Indian ink studies reveal the secrets of calm compositions, at length contemplated in his studio.

Specifications size 91/2 x 111/2 in. (24 x 29 cm) 192 pages 164 colour illustrations paperback ISBN 978-88-572-3403-8 £ 29.95, $ 40.00, Can. $ 50.00

Modern and Contemporary Art

Painting the Stage Artists as Stage Designers

• The works come from one of the largest private collections of Signac’s works. Marina Ferretti Bocquillon, art historian, is also scientific director of the Musée des Impressionismes in Giverny.

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he intertwining of visual and musical arts at the beginning of the 20th century led to modernism, abstraction and in music, atonality. This meeting of the arts was never so intense as on the operatic stage. Painting the Stage first examines historic productions beginning with Schinkel’s iconic stage design for Mozart’s Magic Flute, before exploring those of the 20th century with Diaghilev and the Ballets Russes and the implication of avant-garde artists in opera up until World War II. Directly after the armistice of 1945, famous artists such as Derain, Balthus, Dalí, Masson, and Kokoschka reopened the theaters amidst ruins, thus ushering in a new era of optimism. The event of pop art, happenings, and experimental theatre with the collaboration of artists Robert Indiana, David Hockney, Robert Wilson brought on further developments in the realm of opera. Finally, interviews with world famous artists show how their contribution to the genre is making opera today a form of “total art”. • Rich, informative, and scrupulously researched, this comprehensive publication covers 200 years of opera stage design. • Featuring over 250 illustrations, this title has fantastic visual content. • Perfect for both art lovers and opera fans.

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Denise Wendel-Poray is a Canadian writer and critic holding degrees from Yale University in New Haven and McGill University in Montreal. Formerly an opera singer she performed principal roles throughout Europe. She is the author of several books and essays concerning the relationship between art, theatre and music. As a journalist she writes for Opera Canada Magazine, ArtPress, and the Wiener Kurier.

FuturBalla. Life Light Speed edited by Ester Coen

The life and works of Giacomo Balla, from his apprenticeship to the great Futurist moment, in the most complete and updated monograph on the artist

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n the beginning, Giacomo Balla learned his trade in Turin and entered the cruel, painful reality of society’s underclass with a penetrating, human eye. Parallel to the themes of suffering and alienation, the artist developed an original style with a wealth of glowing streaks, bold contrasts of light and dark, and daring perspective that constituted a unique and extraordinary model for the Futurist generation. Later, Balla embraced the poetics of Futurism and addressed the themes of modernity in the chromatic synthesis of individual elements of light visible in the Iridescent Interpenetrations. This was followed by an exploration of the new dynamic reality with his Lines of Speed.

Specifications size 91/2 x 11 in. (24 x 28 cm) 232 pages 216 colour illustrations hardcover ISBN 978-88-572-3386-4 £ 32.00, $ 45.00, Can. $ 55.00

• A tribute to Giacomo Balla documenting his fundamental connection between Italian art and the classic avant-gardes. Ester Coen, art historian, is among the international experts on Futurism and Italian art in the first half of the twentieth century.

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Modern and Contemporary Art

edited by Guido Comis and Maria Giuseppina Di Monte

The entire career of the German-born Swiss painter and sculptor, from the 1930s to her late works Specifications size 9 x 11 in. (22 x 28 cm) 224 pages 144 colour illustrations hardcover ISBN 978-88-572-3539-4 £ 55.00, $ 65.00, Can. $ 85.00

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eret Oppenheim is one of the most recognized twentieth-century artists, an almost legendary figure able to stand out on a mainly male-dominated Surrealist art scene. This catalogue presents her entire career, from the 1930s to her late works. It reveals the intense personal and creative network of relationships she nurtured with her older and often already famous peers during her time in Paris: Man Ray, Marcel Duchamp, Max Ernst, Alberto Giacometti, Hans Arp and others are also documented in this book through some of their most significant works.

• The book covers the full range of Oppenheim’s art, embracing sculpture and painting, drawing, collage, assemblage, photography. Guido Comis, art historian, is curator at the Museo d’arte della Svizzera italiana in Lugano. Maria Giuseppina Di Monte is director of the museums H.C. Andersen, Museo Mario Praz and Museo Manzù in Rome.

Love Contemporary Art Meets Amour edited by Danilo Eccher

Love in modern and contemporary art

Specifications size 81/2 x 121/4 in. (21 x 31 cm) 320 pages 200 colour illustrations hardcover ISBN 978-88-572-3357-4 £ 32.00, $ 45.00, Can. $ 55.00

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hrough the works of the most important contemporary artists – including Robert Indiana, Tom Wesselmann, Andy Warhol, Tracey Moffatt, Francesco Clemente, Marc Quinn, Gilbert & George, Francesco Vezzoli and Vanessa Beecroft – and essays by Danilo Eccher, Federico Vercellone, Pierangelo Sequeri, Mattia Fumanti and Woody Allen, this book deals with one of the universally recognized feelings and sources of inquiries and representations, love, describing the different facets and endless variations. A happy love, waiting, misunderstood, hated, ambiguous, transgressive, childish, which unfolds across an unconventional exhibition, featuring visual and perceptual inputs.

• It presents the artworks by some of the most important contemporary artists shown together for the first time.

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Danilo Eccher, curator and art critic, has worked for various art newspapers.

Nuvolo and Post-War Materiality 1950–1965 edited by Germano Celant

The first monograph in English on the work of Nuvolo, an artist who embraced alternative uses for painting materials, textiles and silkscreen processes

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his publication is dedicated to Nuvolo (born Giorgio Ascani, 1926–2008), an artist who embraced alternative uses for painting materials, textiles and silkscreen processes. In 1950 he moved to Alberto Burri’s studio in Rome and participated in the cultural ferment of the age, meeting Ettore Colla and the Gruppo Origine as well as the artists and intellectuals involved with the magazine Arti Visive. Working within a two-dimensional, rectangular format typically associated with easel painting, Nuvolo introduced new techniques that relied on tension and textural variation, using a range of materials like commonplace textiles and deerskin. He also made an ambitious series of works called serotipie using a silkscreen technique.

Specifications size 91/2 x 12 in. (24 x 30 cm) 304 pages 300 colour illustrations hardcover ISBN 978-88-572-3626-1 £ 60.00, $ 80.00, Can. $ 110.00

Modern and Contemporary Art

Meret Oppenheim. Works in Dialogue from Max Ernst to Mona Hatoum

• The first monograph in English on a critical period of Nuvolo’s artistic output, accompanied by colour illustrations, archival documents and historical texts. Germano Celant see page 28.

Golda and Meyer Marks Cobra Collection NSU Art Museum Fort Lauderdale

texts by Katja Weitering, Willemijn Stokvis, Karen Kurczynski, Renée Steenbergen, Linda Nathan Marks, and Brenda Zwart

The works from the largest CoBrA art collection in America

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olda and Meyer Marks had an insatiable passion for CoBrA, the avant-garde post-World War II art movement named for the primary cities of its origin: Copenhagen, Brussels and Amsterdam. The adventuresome couple, longtime residents of Miami Beach, Florida, put together an extensive collection and assembled an archive with an eye to establishing the NSU Art Museum Fort Lauderdale as the centre for the exhibition and study of CoBrA art in America. They embarked on their journey in 1962, made their first gift to the museum in 1978, and by 1989 had donated more than 1,500 works, the largest representation of this art movement in the United States.

Specifications size 61/2 x 91/2 in. (16.5 x 24 cm) 208 pages 161 colour illustrations dutchbinding ISBN 978-88-572-3635-3 £ 35.00, $ 45.00, Can. $ 60.00

• The book is published for the 60th anniversary of the museum’s founding. It also coincides with the 70th anniversary of the founding of CoBrA. • This monograph is a tribute to Golda and Meyer Marks’s vision and their devotion to an art movement that enriched their lives.

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Modern and Contemporary Art

edited by Aram Moshayedi

An updated monograph on one of the leading names associated with Afrofuturism in Africa

The erotic, humorous early works of Huguette Caland

Specifications size 91/2 x 91/2 in. (24 x 24 cm) 192 pages 133 colour illustrations hardcover ISBN 978-88-572-3554-7 £ 36.00, $ 45.00, Can. $ 60.00

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his publication presents for the first time a focused look at Caland’s practice from 1970 to 1978, with particular emphasis on works on paper and paintings that reflect the artist’s preoccupations with an erotic impulse. Kaelen Wilson-Goldie and Negar Azimi provide new perspectives on her work that has patiently awaited this kind of critical attention. Wilson-Goldie’s essay discusses the formative period that gave shape to Caland’s artistic development and the years before her move from Beirut to Paris. Azimi addresses the greater implications of the artist’s relation to female desire and the ways in which these interests are translated into drawings and paintings. A conversation between the artist and Hanan al-Shaykh is also included. • Caland painted and sculpted erotic, semi-abstract bodyscapes. • Caland’s works are on display at the 2017 Venice Biennale. Aram Moshayedi is a writer and curator at the Hammer Museum, Los Angeles.

William L. Hawkins. An Imaginative Geography Susan Mitchell Crawley, co-published by the Figge Art Museum and The Columbus Museum of Art (Ohio)

The first large-scale survey of the artist,with around sixty of Hawkins’s lively paintings, drawings and sculptures Specifications size 12 x 11 in. (30 x 28 cm) 136 pages 78 colour illustrations hardcover ISBN 978-88-572-3634-6 £ 39.95, $ 55.00, Can. $ 75.00 Exhibition Schedule Columbus (Ohio), Columbus Museum of Art 16 February – 20 May 2018

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Cyrus Kabiru

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his monograph will introduce Hawkins’s exuberant paintings to a wider audience at a time when more and more museums are recognizing the powerful appeal of America’s self-taught artists. Drawn from important public and private collections across the US, the monograph will include around 60 of Hawkins’s most important paintings, including cityscapes, landscapes, exotic places, animals, current events, historic scenes, and religious scenes.

• Hawkins’s work, bold and colorful, with dual roots in everyday surroundings and popular media, has strong appeal for people of all ages. • The book contains around 60 color plates representing the vast range of colors and lively details of Hawkins’s originals. • His works are represented in collections in America, Northern Europe and Japan. Susan Mitchell Crawley is an independent curator and formerly Curator of Folk Art at the High Museum of Art in Atlanta.

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s an artist, Cyrus Kabiru pushes the boundaries of conventional craftsmanship, sculpture, fashion, design, art and photography. Best known for his collection of eyewear titled C-Stunners, and self-portrait photographs wearing his creations, he creates intricate sculptures from found materials. His practice has expanded to include larger sculptures, installations, documentary films. His sculptures find their conceptual origins from diverse urban spaces, both at home in Kenya and on his world travels. These intricate assemblages are fashioned from urban debris and obsolete technology, carefully selected and imaginatively re-contextualised. Engaging with the aesthetics and attitudes of Afrofuturism, Kabiru’s practice challenges the effects of modernisation and the limits of imagining the future in ways that have performative and transformative potential.

Specifications size 9 x 11 in. (22 x 28 cm) 100 pages 102 colour illustrations hardcover ISBN 978-88-572-3658-2 £ 24.95 not available in US/Canada/LA

Modern and Contemporary Art

Huguette Caland Everything Takes the Shape of a Person, 1970–78

Exhibition Schedule Cape Town Art Fair 16-18 February 2018

• Kabiru creates fantastical sculptural objects from found materials.

Visual Music Masters. Abstract Explorations: History and Contemporary Research Adriano Abbado

The different techniques of audiovisual art, the thought of the protagonists, and the results of their artistic research

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hat are the connections between sounds and abstract images? What were the first audiovisual instruments? How did music influence Kandinsky’s work? What are the most significant audiovisual installations? What relationship is there between VJs and live cinema? And finally, what is synesthesia? Visual Music Masters thoroughly explores past and present research to answer these and many other questions about the relationship between music and abstract art.

Specifications size 8 x 10 in. (20 x 25 cm) 224 pages, 120 colour and 38 b/w illustrations hardcover ISBN 978-88-572-2223-3 £ 40.00, $ 55.00, Can. $ 75.00

• Covering figures that range from Toulouse-Lautrec to Nam June Paik, from Händel to Xenakis, and from Fischinger to Ikeda, this book illustrates the stages by which the artistic community has embraced the latest technologies and a multi-sensory universe, creating in the process an independent form of expression: visual music. Adriano Abbado has been working with electronic music since 1975 and with digital art since 1981, and earned a MS from MIT’s Media Laboratory in 1988.

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Modern and Contemporary Art

edited by Tomoko Sato

Gathering over 250 works, the book explores the artistic vision and ideals behind Mucha’s oeuvre

Specifications size 81/2 x 11 in. (22 x 28 cm) 248 pages 256 colour illustrations hardcover ISBN 978-88-572-3243-0 £ 28.00, $ 40.00, Can. $ 50.00

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lphonse Mucha was an extraordinarily prolific and versatile artist who made his mark in the diverse fields of design (including posters, jewellery, interior decoration, theatre, packaging and product design) as well as in painting, book illustration, sculpture and photography. He rose to international fame in fin-de-siècle Paris with his elegant designs for theatre posters for Sarah Bernhardt, the most famous French actress of the time, and decorative panels (panneaux décoratifs) featuring gracefully posed women. This catalogue explores the development of Mucha’s career and overall achievements as a multifaceted and visionary artist. • Presenting posters, drawings, paintings, decorative works, books and photographs, the monograph traces the influence of Mucha’s Czech roots • The catalogue is published in collaboration with the Mucha Foundation.

A cycle of around fifty paintings and a clear reference to the artist’s experiences in the United States

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he book is devoted to De America, a series of some fifty paintings on paper and canvas created by Emilio Vedova in Venice between 1976 and 1977. After the war, New York encouraged a dialogue between American Abstract Expressionism and European art activities. It happened between Venice and America, too. Industrious collectors came to Venice to acquire the best proposals of the time and the Biennale also oundertook an intense activity of promotion in South American countries. This exhaustive catalogue offers a chance to reconstruct the steps of an “American” itinerary in which Vedova’s painting was influenced by the radical transformations that, above all in the 1960s and 1970s, deeply affected the country’s social context.

Mimmo Paladino

Chris Martin Paintings

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ne of the most original contemporary artists and an established leading figure on the international scene, Mimmo Paladino has developed a personal vocabulary regenerated through an overall vision of the creative experience. In his art-historical and critical analysis of Paladino’s work from 1963 to the present, Germano Celant pinpoints his contribution to the renewal of painting, taken first into environments and then also encompassing photography and sculpture, architecture and cinema, opera and theatre.

• The most comprehensive monograph on the Italian artist, painter, sculptor and printmaker, one of the leading exponents of Transavanguardia. • The book covers more than fifty years of Paladino’s career. • Paladino has shown work worldwide. Germano Celant see page 28.

Specifications size 91/2 x 12 in. (24 x 30 cm) 640 pages 1200 colour illustrations harcover ISBN 978-88-572-3358-1 £ 110.00, $ 135.00, Can. $ 180.00

• A volume on the artist’s experience in the USA. Germano Celant see page 28.

The over half-a-century career of a leading master of contemporary art

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Germano Celant

Tomoko Sato is curator of the Mucha Foundation.

Germano Celant

Specifications size 81/2 x 11 in. (21 x 28 cm) 732 pages 793 colour illustrations hardcover ISBN 978-88-572-3221-8 £ 65.00, $ 80.00, Can. $ 110.00

Vedova De America

Modern and Contemporary Art

Alphonse Mucha

texts by Glenn O’Brien, Dan Nadel, Nancy Princenthal and Trinie Dalton

This is the first important monograph on Chris Martin

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rawing on inspiration from Buddhism to Amy Winehouse, Chris Martin “lets the paintings make themselves” and creates bold abstract works that explore the unknowable psychological tendencies of art. His canvases are characterized by flat-yet-textured planes of saturated colour, and will often incorporate found materials and highly personal paper ephemera.

Specifications size 91/2 x 12 in. (24 x 30 cm) 320 pages 173 colour illustrations hardcover ISBN 978-88-572-3474-8 £ 60.00, $ 75.00, Can. $ 110.00

• Chris Martin conceives painting as something intrinsically haptic that resolves from an intimately hands-on negotiation of materials. Glenn O’Brien is an American writer, largely on the subjects of art, music and fashion. Dan Nadel is a writer, editor and curator based in Brooklyn. Nancy Princenthal has been writing about contemporary art for more than twenty-five years and was a senior editor at Art in America for five years. She has also written for the New York Times, the Village Voice, Artforum and Bookforum. Trinie Dalton is an author, editor and curator based in Los Angeles.

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Modern and Contemporary Art

Hans Ulrich Obrist, Eva Horn, Timothy Morton and Tim Ingold

The book is an in-depth survey of the Aerocene project

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he Aerocene project consists of a series of airborne sculptures made by Tomás Saraceno that will achieve the longest emissions-free journey around the world, becoming buoyant only by the heat of the Sun and infrared radiation from the surface of the Earth.

Specifications Size 8 x 10 in. (20 x 25 cm) 108 pages 90 colour illustrations dutchbinding ISBN 978-88-572-3473-1 £ 28.00, $ 35.00, Can. $ 47.00

• Tomás Saraceno is an architect and artist; his acclaimed work is an ongoing research, informed by art, architecture, natural sciences, astrophysics and engineering. • Aerocene is an open-source, multi-disciplinary project that foregrounds the artistic and scientific exploration of

Korean Eye

Korean Eye 2

Hong Kong Eye

Indonesian Eye

Size 91/2 x 91/2 in. (24 x 24 cm) 392 pages, 469 colour illustrations paperback ISBN 978-88-572-0467-3 £ 39.95, $ 60.00, Can. $ 76.00

Size 91/2 x 91/2 in. (24 x 24 cm) 352 pages, 550 colour illustrations paperback ISBN 978-88-572-1460-3 £ 45.00, $ 75.00, Can. $ 75.00

Size 91/2 x 91/2 in. (24 x 24 cm) 412 pages, 581 colour illustrations paperback ISBN 978-88-572-1461-0 £ 46.00, $ 75.00, Can. $ 75.00

Size 91/2 x 91/2 in. (24 x 24 cm) 376 pages, 400 colour illustrations paperback ISBN 978-88-572-1075-9 £ 39.95, $ 60.00, Can. $ 60.00

Malaysian Eye

Singapore Eye

Thailand Eye

Vietnam Eye

Size 9 x 9 in. (24 x 24 cm) 376 pages, 528 colour illustrations paperback ISBN 978-88-572-2250-9 £ 39.95, $ 65.00, Can. $ 65.00

Size 9 x 9 in. (24 x 24 cm) 376 pages, 528 colour illustrations paperback ISBN 978-88-572-2478-7 £ 39.95, $ 65.00, Can. $ 65.00

Size 9 x 9 in. (24 x 24 cm) 476 pages, 520 colour illustrations paperback

Size 91/2 x 91/2 in. (24 x 24 cm) 376 pages, 528 colour illustrations paperback ISBN 978-88-572-3360-4 £ 38.00, $ 50.00, Can. $ 67.50

Start (2014)

Start (2015)

Size 91/2 x 91/2 in. (24 x 24 cm) 252 pages, 366 colour illustrations paperback ISBN 978-88-572-2479-4 £ 34.95, $ 55.00, Can. $ 55.00

Size 91/2 x 91/2 in. (24 x 24 cm) 264 pages, 250 colour illustrations paperback ISBN 978-88-572-3010-8 £ 34.95, $ 55.00, Can. $ 55.00

Contemporary Korean Art edited by Serenella Ciclitira

Contemporary Korean Art edited by Serenella Ciclitira

Contemporary Hong Kong Art edited by Serenella Ciclitira

Contemporary Indonesian Art edited by Serenella Ciclitira

Modern and Contemporary Art

Tomás Saraceno Aerocene

environmental issues. Hans Ulrich Obrist is an art curator, critic and historian. He is Artistic Director at the Serpentine Galleries, London. He is the author of London Dialogues. With Skira he will publish Wojciech Fangor and Mondialité. Eva Horn is a German professor of Culture and Literature at Vienna University. Timothy Morton is a philosopher and professor at Rice University. Tim Ingold is professor of Social Anthropology at the University of Aberdeen.

Precious Paper. Paper Jewellery Design Bianca Cappello

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A super pop-up publication. 21 highly original paper jewels created by 21 contemporary designers and artist-goldsmiths. 21 unique creations to wear Specifications size 101/4 x 101/4 in. (26 x 26 cm) dual-language edition (English-Italian) 120 pages hardcover ISBN 978-88-572-3668-1 £ 22.50 not available in US / Canada / LA

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Contemporary Singapore Art edited by Serenella Ciclitira 1/2

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Contemporary Thailand Art edited by Serenella Ciclitira 1/2

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ISBN 978-88-572-2982-9 £ 34.95, $ 55.00, Can. $ 55.00

Contemporary Vietnamese Art edited by Serenella Ciclitira

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rom the 1960s to today, paper has found a growing number of supporters among artists, designers and collectors around the world. In the field of contemporary jewellery, paper has replaced diamonds and gold thanks to its versatility, but also because it is a “good” material, lacking that original sin belonging to precious ones. Moreover, when paper is recycled, it is perfectly part of environmental sustainability. Promoted by Comieco (the Italian Consortium for the Recovery and Recycling of Cellulose-based Packaging), the book is conceived like a trove of 21 pop-up jewels created by 21 of the greatest paper jewellery designers and artists from across the world, together for the first time to highlight the preciousness of this material. • 21 pop-up jewels by 21 contemporary paper jewellery designers and artists. • A ready-to-wear book for all design lovers and fashionistas.

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Contemporary Malaysian Art edited by Serenella Ciclitira

Bianca Cappello is a jewellery historian, critic and curator.

Young Galleries New Artists edited by Serenella Ciclitira

Emerging Artists New Art Scenes edited by Serenella Ciclitira

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Modern and Contemporary Art

Great Masters of Bangladesh edited by Rosa Maria Falvo; texts by Abul Mansur, Nazrul Islam, Rosa Maria Falvo, Abul Hasnat Size 10 x 12 in. (25 x 30 cm) 336 pages, 315 colour and 14 b/w illustrations, hardcover ISBN 978-88-572-1077-3 £ 60.00, $ 95.00, Can. $ 108.00

Diana Al-Hadid

Phantom Limb edited by Maya Allison Size 73/4 x 10 in. (20 x 25 cm) dual-language edition (English-Arabic) 152 pages, 29 colour illustrations hardcover ISBN 978-88-572-3200-3 £ 30.00, $ 45.00, Can. $ 45.00

Art of the Twentieth Century

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Shiva Ahmadi

Michelle Yun and Talinn Grigor Size 9 x 12 in. (24 x 30 cm) 128 pages, 80 colour and 400 b/w illustrations, paperback ISBN 978-88-572-3426-7 £ 36.00, $ 45.00, Can. $ 60.00 1/2

Nasser Al-Salem And It Remains

Size 61/2 x 81/2 in. (16.5 x 21.5 cm) 208 pages, 100 colour illustrations paperback ISBN 978-88-572-3265-2 £ 29.95 not available in US /Canada / LA

Art of the Twentieth Century

The Avant-garde Movements 1900–1919 (Vol. 1)

The Artistic Culture between the Wars 1920–1945 (Vol. 2)

Size 81/2 x 11 in. (21 x 28 cm) 456 pages, 379 colour illustrations hardcover ISBN 978-88-7624-604-3 £ 34.00, $ 60.00, Can. $ 80.00

Size 81/2 x 11 in. (21 x 28 cm) 432 pages, 400 colour illustrations hardcover ISBN 978-88-7624-804-7 £ 34.00, $ 60.00, Can. $ 77.00

Safiuddin Ahmed

Great Masters of Bangladesh edited by Rosa Maria Falvo texts by Kaiser Haq, Syed Azizul Haque, Rosa Maria Falvo, Abul Hasnat Size 10 x 12 in. (25 x 30 cm) 288 pages, 256 colour and b/w illustrations, hardcover ISBN 978-88-572-1076-6 £ 60.00, $ 95.00, Can. $ 108.00

American Chronicles

The Art of Norman Rockwell edited by Danilo Eccher and Stephanie Haboush Plunkett Size 9 1/2 x 11 in. (24 x 28 cm) 200 pages, 166 colour illustrations hardcover ISBN 978-88-572-2576-0 £ 29.95, $ 50.00, Can. $ 50.00

Art of the Twentieth Century

The Birth of Contemporary Art 1946–1968 (Vol. 3) Size 81/2 x 11 in. (21 x 28 cm) 448 pages, 343 colour illustrations hardcover ISBN 978-88-6130-194-8 £ 34.00, $ 60.00, Can. $ 69.00

Abbas Akhavan

edited by Saira Ansari texts by Omar Kholeif, Marina Roy and others

Art et Liberté. Rupture, War

and Surrealism in Egypt 1938–1948 edited by Sam Bardaouil and Till Fellrath; text by James Gifford

Size 61/2 x 91/2 in. (16.5 x 24 cm) 160 pages, 93 colour illustrations paperback ISBN 978-88-572-3368-0 £ 36.00, $ 45.00, Can. $ 60.00

Size 91/2 x 11 in. (24 x 28 cm) 224 pages, 250 colour illustrations paperback, £ 28.00 978-23-707-4031-1 English edition 978-23-707-4048-9 German edition 978-23-707-4049-6 Spanish edition 978-23-707-4050-2 Arabic edition not available in US / Canada / LA

Arabic Hurufiyya

Jean-Michel Basquiat

Art and Identity Charbel Dagher; translated from Arabic by Samir Mahmoud Size 91/2 x 11 in. (24 x 28 cm) 144 pages, 100 colour illustrations paperback ISBN 978-88-572-3151-8 £ 34.95, $ 45.00, Can. $ 60.00

Art of the Twentieth Century

Neo Avant-gardes, Postmodern and Global Art 1969–1999 (Vol. 4) Size 81/2 x 11 in. (21 x 28 cm) 432 pages, 470 colour illustrations hardcover ISBN 978-88-6130-642-4 £ 34.00, $ 60.00, Can. $ 72.00

edited by Rudy Chiappini

Size 10 x 91/2 in. (25 x 28 cm) 200 pages, 80 colour and 82 b/w illustrations paperback with slipcase ISBN 978-88-7624-264-9 £ 39.95, $ 65.00, Can. $ 65.00

Art of the Twentieth Century

2000 and Beyond Contemporary Tendencies (Vol. 5) Size 81/2 x 11 in. (21 x 28 cm) 432 pages, 472 colour illustrations hardcover ISBN 978-88-572-0128-3 £ 34.00, $ 60.00, Can. $ 70.00

Art of the Twentieth Century and beyond Movements, Theories, Schools and Tendencies Loredana Parmesani

Size 6 x 81/2 in. (15 x 21 cm) 224 pages, 150 colour illustrations paperback ISBN 978-88-572-1408-5 £ 14.95, $ 24.95, Can. $ 24.95

Fahd Burki

Works from 2003–2013 edited by Rosa Maria Falvo with an essay by Murtaza Vali Size 61/2 x 81/2 in. (16.5 x 21.5 cm) 184 pages, 100 colour illustrations flexibound ISBN 978-88-572-2228-8 £ 29.95, $ 45.00, Can. $ 45.00

Ed Atkins

Miquel Barceló

Size 91/2 x 11 in. (24 x 28 cm) 240 pages, 200 colour illustrations hardcover ISBN 978-88-572-3389-5 £ 38.00, $ 50.00, Can. $ 67.50

Size 93/4 x 11 in. (25 x 28 cm) dual-language edition (E-I) 200 pages, 82 colour and 86 b/w illustrations, hardcover ISBN 978-88-6130-037-8 £ 21.00, $ 39.00, Can. $ 39.00

Sakti Burman

The Beatles

edited by Carolyn ChristovBakargiev and Marianna Vecellio

A Private Universe edited by Rosa Maria Falvo texts by Professor Brijinder Nath Goswamy and Rosa Maria Falvo Size 91/2 x 11 in. (24 x 28 cm) 208 pages, 170 colour illustrations hardcover ISBN 978-88-572-2619-4 £ 60.00, $ 95.00, Can. $ 95.00

Rudy Chiappini

in Comic Strips Enzo Gentile and Fabio Schiavo Size 81/2 x 11 in. (21 x 28 cm) 240 pages, 222 colour illustrations hardcover ISBN 978-88-572-0811-4 £ 25.00, $ 39.95, Can. $ 46.00

Natvar Bhavsar

Bidibidobidiboo

Bloodlines

Size 11 x 12 in. (28 x 30 cm) 192 pages, 80 colour and 20 b/w illustrations, hardcover ISBN 978-88-6130-795-7 £ 44.95, $ 80.00, Can. $ 92.00

Size 91/2 x 11 in. (24 x 28 cm) dual-language edition (English-Italian), 256 pages 200 colour and 50 b/w illustrations hardcover ISBN 978-88-7624-366-0 £ 42.00, $ 80.00, Can. $ 110.00

Size 91/2 x 12 in. (24 x 30 cm) 368 pages, 185 colour illustrations hardcover ISBN 978-88-572-3273-7 £ 58.00, $ 75.00, Can. $ 100.00

Poetics of Color Marius Kwint, Irving Sandler editorial coordination Paola Gribaudo

Works from Collezione Sandretto Re Rebaudengo Francesco Bonami

Modern and Contemporary Art

Zainul Abedin

The Zhang Xiaogang Story Lu Peng, edited by Rosa Maria Falvo and Bruce Doar

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Modern and Contemporary Art

Farid Belkahia

Fouad Bellamine

Mohamed El Baz

Size 9 x 11 in. (24 x 28 cm) dual-language edition (English-French), 200 pages 92 colour illustrations, hardcover ISBN 978-88-572-1071-1 £ 34.00, $ 55.00, Can. $ 62.00

Size 9 x 12 in. (24 x 30 cm) 208 pages, 125 colour illustrations hardcover ISBN 978-88-572-1944-8 £ 34.00, $ 55.00, Can. $ 55.00

Size 9 x 12 in. (24 x 30 cm) dual-language edition (English-French), 208 pages 150 colour illustrations, hardcover ISBN 978-88-572-1454-2 £ 34.00, $ 55.00, Can. $ 55.00

Size 9 x 12 in. (24 x 30 cm) dual-language edition (English-French), 208 pages 199 colour illustrations, hardcover ISBN 978-88-572-1945-5 £ 34.00, $ 55.00, Can. $ 55.00

Agostino Bonalumi

Fernando Botero

Louise Bourgeois

André Brasilier

Nadine Déscendre 1/2

All the Shapes of Space edited by Francesca Pola under the supervision of the Artist and in collaboration with the Archivio Bonalumi Size 91/2 x 11 in. (24 x 28 cm) 240 pages, 188 colour illustrations hardcover ISBN 978-88-572-2083-3 £ 50.00, $ 79.00, Can. $ 79.00

Alberto Burri

Black Work edited by Bruno Corà Size 91/2 x 12 in. (24 x 30 cm) 148 pages, 200 colour and 200 b/w illustrations, hardcover ISBN 978-88-572-2003-1 £ 50.00, $ 75.00, Can. $ 75.00

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edited by Rajae Benchemsi 1/2

Paintings 1959–2015 edited by Rudy Chiappini

Pascale Le Thorel 1/2

The Fabric Works Germano Celant

Size 11 x 113/4 in. (28 x 30 cm) 256 pages, 210 colour illustrations hardcover ISBN 978-88-572-2759-7 £ 55.00, $ 85.00, Can. $ 85.00

Size 9 x 11 in. (24 x 28 cm) 336 pages, 474 colour illustrations hardcover ISBN 978-88-572-0654-7 £ 65.00, $ 90.00, Can. $ 90.00

Cai Guo-Qiang: Saraab

Antonio Calderara

Cai Guo-Qiang with an essay by Yuko Hasegawa Size 101/2 x 9 in. (26.6 x 21.6 cm) dual-language edition (English-Arabic), 400 pages 302 colour illustrations, hardcover ISBN 978-88-572-1331-6 £ 50.00, $ 80.00, Can. $ 92.00

1/2

1903–1973 texts by Paola Bacuzzi, Luciano Caramel, Eraldo Misserini Size 91/2 x 11 in. (24 x 28 cm) dual-language edition (E-I) 288 pages, 250 colour illustrations paperback ISBN 978-88-572-1743-7 £ 55.00 not available in US / Canada

edited by Nadine Descendre 1/2

edited by David Rosenberg Size 91/2 x 11 in. (24 x 28 cm) 272 pages, 188 colour and 7 b/w illustrations, hardcover ISBN 978-88-572-2395-7 £ 39.95, $ 65.00, Can. $ 65.00

Yoan Capote

edited by Charmaine Picard; foreword by Alex J. Rosenberg; introduction by Hans-Michael Herzog Size 101/4 x 113/4 in. (24 x 30 cm) 328 pages, 290 colour illustrations hardcover ISBN 978-88-572-2887-7 £ 50.00, $ 65.00, Can. $ 85.00

Mounir Fatmi

Suspect Language Lillian Davies Size 91/2 x 12 in. (24 x 30 cm) dual-language edition (English-French), 208 pages 150 colour illustrations, hardcover ISBN 978-88-572-1456-6 £ 34.00, $ 55.00, Can. $ 55.00

Collezione Giuseppe Iannaccone. Volume I

Italy 1920–1945. A New Figurative Art and Narrative of the Self edited by Alberto Salvadori and Rischa Paterlini

Size 81/2 x 11 in. (21 x 28 cm) 432 pages, 348 colour illustrations hardcover ISBN 978-88-572-3503-5 £ 65.00, $ 80.00, Can. $ 110.00

Friedel Dzubas

edited by Patricia L Lewy Size 91/2 x 111/2 in. (24 x 29 cm) 390 pages, 345 colour and b/w illustrations, hardcover ISBN 978-88-572-3280-5 £ 50.00, $ 65.00, Can. $ 85.00

Faisal Samra

Roxana Azimi, Gilles de Bure Size 9 x 11 in. (24 x 28 cm) dual-language edition (English-French), 160 pages 187 colour illustrations, hardcover ISBN 978-88-572-1097-1 £ 34.00, $ 55.00, Can. $ 62.00 1/2

Gianni Colombo

edited by Carolyn ChristovBakargiev and Marcella Beccaria Size 9 x 11 in. (24 x 28 cm) 432 pages, 200 colour and 100 b/w illustrations, hardcover ISBN 978-88-572-0314-0 £ 48.00, $ 80.00, Can. $ 80.00 1/2

China

A City for Impressionism

Size 91/2 x 11 in. (24 x 28 cm) 256 pages, 173 colour illustrations hardcover ISBN 978-88-572-2252-3 £ 34.95, $ 55.00, Can. $ 55.00

Size 9 x 11 in. (23 x 28 cm) 432 pages, 335 colour and b/w illustrations, paperback ISBN 978-88-572-0701-8 £ 50.00, $ 80.00, Can. $ 93.00

Contemporary Voices

Virginia Dwan

The New Generation Jean-Marc Decrop and Jérôme Sans

from the Asian and Islamic Art World Interviews by Olivia Sand Size 61/2 x 91/2 in. (16.5 x 24 cm) 672 pages, 265 colour illustrations hardcover ISBN 978-88-572-3476-2 £ 58.00, $ 75.00, Can. $ 100.00

Monet, Pissarro and Gauguin in Rouen Laurent Salomé

and Dwan Gallery Germano Celant Size 61/2 x 91/2 in. (16.5 x 24 cm) 404 pages, 216 colour and 208 b/w illustrations, paperback ISBN 978-88-572-2249-3 £ 42.00, $ 55.00, Can. $ 75.00

Encyclopaedia of the Word

Jan Fabre

Jan Fabre. Stigmata

Size 6 x 81/2 in. (15 x 21 cm) 480 pages, 70 colour illustrations paperback ISBN 978-88-572-0463-5 £ 29.95, $ 45.00, Can. $ 45.00

Size 91/2 x 12 in. (24 x 31 cm) 256 pages, 200 colour illustrations hardcover ISBN 978-2-37074-051-9 £ 40.00, $ 50.00, Can. $ 65.00

Size 81/2 x 113/4 in. (21 x 29.7 cm) 648 pages, 755 colour illustrations hardcover ISBN 978-88-572-2124-3 £ 65.00, $ 100.00, Can. $ 100.00

Artist Dialogues. 1968–2008 ABO Achille Bonito Oliva introduction by Jorge Luis Borges

Knight of Despair / Warrior of Beauty edited by Dmitry Ozerkov

Modern and Contemporary Art

Halim Al Karim

Actions & Performances. 1976-2013 Germano Celant

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Modern and Contemporary Art

Tribute to Hiëronymus Bosch in Congo. Tribute to Belgian Congo with an introduction by Eckhard Schneider Size 9 x 12 in. (24 x 30 cm) 2 volumes, 260 pages 110 colour illustrations hardcover with slipcase ISBN 978-88-572-2300-1 £ 55.00, $ 95.00, Can. $ 95.00 1/2

Lucio Fontana

Ambienti Spaziali Architecture Art Environments edited by Germano Celant Size 91/2 x 11 in. (24 x 28 cm) 408 pages, 243 colour and 189 b/w illustrations, hardcover ISBN 978-88-572-1429-0 £ 60.00, $ 95.00, Can. $ 95.00

Kazi Ghiyasuddin

Contemporary Masters of Bangladesh edited by Rosa Maria Falvo texts by Monzurul Huq, Rosa Maria Falvo, Abul Hasnat

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Size 10 x 12 in. (25 x 30 cm) 288 pages, 276 colour illustrations hardcover ISBN 978-88-572-1063-6 £ 60.00, $ 95.00, Can. $ 108.00

Wojciech Fangor

Color and Space edited by Magdalena Dabrowski Size 11 x 12 in. (28 x 30 cm) 224 pages, 268 colour illustrations hardcover ISBN 978-88-572-3285-0 £ 36.00, $ 50.00, Can. $ 67.50

Tom Friedman

Up in the Air Richard Julin, Charlotte Eyerman Size 81/2 x 12 in. (21.5 x 30 cm) 104 pages, 77 colour illustrations hardcover ISBN 978-88-572-1894-6 £ 22.00, $ 35.00, Can. $ 35.00

Gilbert & George

A Family Collection texts by Michael Bracewell and Marie-Claude Beaud Size 12 x 91/2 in. (30 x 24 cm) dual-language edition (English-French), 136 pages 100 colour illustrations, paperback ISBN 978-88-572-2302-5 £ 24.95, $ 45.00, Can. $ 45.00

A Feast of Wonders

Sergei Diaghilev and the Ballets Russes edited by John E. Bowlt and Zelfira Tregulova Size 9 x 11 in. (24 x 28 cm) 320 pages, 260 colour and 80 b/w illustrations, hardcover ISBN 978-88-572-0092-7 Russian edition £ 39.95, $ 60.00, Can. $ 60.00 1/2

From Art Brut to Art without Boundaries

A Century of Fascination through the Eyes of Hans Prinzhorn, Jean Dubuffet, Harald Szeemann edited by Carine Fol Size 9 x 11 in. (23 x 28 cm) 192 pages, 80 colour illustrations paperback ISBN 978-88-572-2748-1 £ 29.95, $ 45.00, Can. $ 45.00

Glasstress New York New Art from the Venice Biennales edited by Laura Bresolin

Size 91/2 x 111/2 in. (24 x 29 cm) 208 pages, 170 colour illustrations hardcover ISBN 978-88-572-1406-1 £ 26.00, $ 40.00, Can. $ 45.00

FOOD

edited by Adelina von Fürstenberg Size 8 x 91/2 in. (20 x 24 cm) 188 pages, 114 colour and 17 b/w illustrations, paperback ISBN 978-88-572-2498-5 £ 34.95, $ 55.00, Can. $ 55.00

Paul Gauguin

Artist of Myth and Dream Stephen F. Eisenman Size 91/2 x 11 in. (24 x 28 cm) 424 pages, 150 colour and 60 b/w illustrations, hardcover ISBN 978-88-6130-458-1 £ 40.00, $ 80.00, Can. $ 103.00

Good Dreams, Bad Dreams American Mythologies. Selections from the Tony and Elham Salamé Collection Aïshti Foundation edited by Massimiliano Gioni

Size 9 x 11 in. (24.8 x 28.6 cm) 416 pages, 242 colour illustrations hardcover ISBN 978-88-572-3238-6 £ 45.00, $ 65.00, Can. $ 85.00 3/4

The Great Mother

Women, Maternity, and Power in Art and Visual Culture, 1900–2015 edited by Massimiliano Gioni Size 8 x 11 in. (21 x 28 cm) 400 pages, 277 colour illustrations paperback ISBN 978-88-572-2860-0 £ 28.00, $ 45.00, Can. $ 45.00 1/4

Adam Henein

edited by Mona Khazindar and Paola Gribaudo; Edouar Al-Kharrat, Michael Gibson, Fatma Ismail; photography by Hugues Dubois, Philippe Maillard Size 91/2 x 11 in. (24 x 28 cm) 344 pages, 249 colour and 156 b/w illustrations, hardcover ISBN 978-88-7624-539-8 £ 38.00, $ 65.00, Can. $ $ 90.00

Historicode

Scarcity and Supply Chief Curator Lu Peng Size 6 x 9 in. (16.5 x 24 cm) 400 pages, 120 b/w illustrations hardcover ISBN 978-88-572-3440-3 £ 40.00, $ 50.00, Can. $ 67.50 1/2

1/2

Group Spirit – Wild Style edited by Peres Projects

Size 8 x 12 in. (20.5 x 30.5 cm) 120 pages, 113 colour illustrations hardcover ISBN 978-88-572-3350-5 £ 38.00, $ 50.00, Can. $ 67.50 1/3

Marianne Heske

edited by Selene Wendt Size 91/2 x 11 in. (24 x 28 cm) 128 pages, 82 colour illustrations hardcover ISBN 978-88-7624-746-0 £ 25.00, $ 40.00, Can. $ 40.00

The History of the Nude Flaminio Gualdoni

Size 61/2 x 81/2 in. (17 x 21 cm) 296 pages, 160 colour illustrations flexibound ISBN 978-88-572-1352-1 £ 19.95, $ 29.95, Can. $ 29.95

Wang Guangyi

Crispin Gurholt

Size 91/2 x 11 in. (24 x 28 cm) 416 pages, 542 colour illustrations hardcover ISBN 978-88-572-1567-9 £ 60.00, $ 95.00, $ Can. 95.00

Size 91/2 x 11 in. (24 x 28 cm) dual-language edition (English-Norwegian), 144 pages 137 colour illustrations, paperback ISBN 978-88-572-0264-8 £ 24.95, $ 40.00, Can. $ 40.00

Marianne Heske

Damien Hirst

Size 5 x 71/2 in. (13.5 x 19 cm) dual-language edition (English-Norwegian) 154 pages, 180 b/w illustrations paperback ISBN 978-88-572-1530-3, £ 9.95 not available in US / Canada / LA

Size 101/3 x 113/4 in. (26 x 31 cm) 306 pages, 162 colour illustrations hardcover ISBN 978-88-572-2075-8 Arabic edition £ 48.00, $ 75.00, Can. $ 75.00

Howard Hodgkin

Hogarth, Reynolds, Turner

Works and Thoughts 1985−2012 Demetrio Paparoni

Arbeider & Notater. Works & Notes Marianne Heske

The Thinking Painter of Embodied Memories edited by Åsmund Thorkildsen Size 91/2 x 11 in. (24 x 28 cm) 80 pages, 50 colour illustrations hardcover with slipcase ISBN 978-88-572-1131-2 £ 34.95, $ 55.00, Can. $ 62.00

Live Photo edited by Selene Wendt

Modern and Contemporary Art

Jan Fabre

Relics edited by Francesco Bonami

British Painting and the Rise of Modernity edited by Carolina Brooks and Valter Curzi

Size 91/2 x 11 in. (24 x 28 cm) 304 pages, 111 colour and 75 b/w illustrations, paperback ISBN 978-88-572-2271-4 £ 34.95, $ 55.00, Can. $ 55.00

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Modern and Contemporary Art

Carter E. Foster, Carol Troyen, Sasha Nicholas, Luigi Sampietro, Demetrio Paparoni, Goffredo Fofi

texts by Scott Indrisek editorial coordination Paola Gribaudo

Igor & Marina

with a text by Ilya Kutik editorial coordination Paola Gribaudo

Size 11 x 12 in. (28 x 30 cm) 280 pages, 226 colour and 24 b/w illustrations, hardcover ISBN 978-88-572-0283-9 £ 48.50, $ 80.00, Can. $ 98.00

Size 81/2 x 10 in. (20.5 x 28 cm) 96 pages, 81 colour illustrations hardcover ISBN 978-88-572-3284-3 £ 25.00, $ 35.00, Can. $ 47.00

Size 91/2 x 12 in. (24 x 30 cm) 96 pages, 70 colour illustrations hardcover ISBN 978-88-572-3126-6 £ 28.00, $ 40.00, Can. $ 55.00

Italy of the Cities

Inside Carol Rama

Takahiro Iwasaki

Miscellaneous Artistic coordination by Peter Greenaway Size 91/2 x 11 in. (24 x 28 cm) three-language edition (English-Italian-Chinese) 340 pages, 192 colour illustrations paperback ISBN 978-88-572-0885-5 £ 34.95, $ 55.00, Can. $ 64.00

Katerina Jebb

Deus ex Machina essays by Olivier Saillard, Francis Hodgson, J. Rian, Pascale Picard Size 9 x 10 in. (22 x 28 cm) dual-language edition (English-French), 160 pages 100 colour illustrations, hardcover ISBN 978-2-37074-035-9 £ 28.00, $ 35.00, Can. $ 47.00

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Volker Hüller

Maria Cristina Mundici and Bepi Ghiotti Size 91/2 x 11 in. (24 x 28 cm) 192 pages, 83 colour and 20 b/w illustrations, hardcover ISBN 978-88-572-2380-3 £ 48.00, $ 80.00, Can. $ 80.00

Anish Kapoor

Dirty Corner edited by Gianni Mercurio and Demetrio Paparoni Size 81/2 x 12 in. (22 x 30 cm) 424 pages, 400 colour illustrations hardcover ISBN 978-88-572-1061-2 £ 45.00, $ 75.00, Can. $ 85.00

Turned Upside Down, It’s a Forest edited by The Japan Foundation, Meruro Washida Size 81/2 x 11 in. (21 x 28 cm) 104 pages, 40 colour and 21 b/w illustrations, hardcover ISBN 978-88-572-3589-9 £ 29.95 not available in US/Canada/LA

Impressionism

SkiraMiniARTbooks Size 5 x 6 in. (13.5 x 17 cm) 96 pages, 50 colour illustrations paperback ISBN 978-88-6130-738-4 £ 4.99, $ 8.99, Can. $ 9.99 1/3

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Marcus Jansen. Decade foreword by Steve Lazarides; texts by Noah Becker, Paolo Manazza, Brooke Lynn McGowan, Lawrence Voytekx Size 11 x 11 in. (28 x 28 cm) 208 pages, 120 colour illustrations hardcover ISBN 978-88-572-3057-3 £ 42.00, $ 60.00, Can. $ 60.00

Anselm Kiefer

Klimt

Size 91/2 x 11 in. (24 x 28 cm) 304 pages, 280 colour illustrations hardcover ISBN 978-88-572-1115-2 £ 50.00, $ 80.00, Can. $ 92.00

Size 51/3 x 61/2 in. (13.5 x 17 cm) 96 pages, 50 colour illustrations paperback ISBN 978-88-572-0272-3 £ 4.99 not available in US / Canada / LA

Salt of the Earth edited by Germano Celant

SkiraMiniARTbooks

Kunga

Law Women from the Desert edited by Arnaud Morvan texts by Arnaud Morvan, Barbara Glowczewski and Françoise Dussart Size 91/2 x 11 in. (24 x 28 cm) 144 pages, 104 colour illustrations paperback ISBN 978-88-572-1363-7 £ 26.00, $ 40.00, Can. $ 45.00

Kata Legrady

Bombs and Candies edited by David Rosenberg Size 12 x 153/4 in. (30 x 40 cm) 80 pages, 60 colour illustrations hardcover ISBN 978-88-572-0860-2 £ 45.00, $ 75.00, Can. $ 75.00

Farideh Lashai

edited by Germano Celant Size 9 x 11 in. (24 x 28 cm) 352 pages, 400 colour illustrations hardcover ISBN 978-88-572-3115-0 £ 45.00, $ 65.00, Can. $ 85.00 1/2

Kata Legrady Graphic Works

once upon a time... edited by David Rosenberg with an essay by Bazon Brock Size 91/2 x 11 in. (24 x 28 cm) 136 pages, 89 colour illustrations hardcover ISBN 978-88-572-1964-6 £ 34.95, $ 55.00, Can. $ 55.00

Élie Lascaux

A Painter of Poetry edited by Xavier Vilató Size 93/4 x 11 in. (22 x 28 cm) 288 pages, 250 colour illustrations hardcover ISBN 978-2-37074-006-9 £ 65.95, $ 85.00, Can. $ 104.00

Roy Lichtenstein

Drawing First edited by Danilo Eccher Size 91/2 x 11 in. (24 x 28 cm) 272 pages, 300 colour illustrations hardcover ISBN 978-88-572-2694-1 £ 40.00, $ 60.00, Can. $ 60.00

Kata Legrady

with an introduction by Gino Di Maggio, essays by Arturo Schwarz and Bazon Brock Size 81/2 x 10 in. (21.7 x 25.8 cm) 80 pages, 73 colour illustrations hardcover ISBN 978-88-572-1965-3 £ 29.95, $ 45.00, Can. $ 45.00

Roy Lichtenstein

Sculptor edited by Germano Celant essays by Clare Bell and Ian Wallace Size 91/2 x 11 in. (24 x 28 cm) 320 pages, 235 colour illustrations hardcover ISBN 978-88-572-1889-2 £ 55.00, $ 90.00, Can. $ 90.00

Lights On

The Long Curve

Longing for Eternity

Wang Luyan

Size 61/2 x 91/2 in. (17 x 28 cm) 192 pages, 156 colour illustrations paperback ISBN 978-88-6130-792-6 £ 22.95, $ 45.00, Can. $ 52.00

Size 91/2 x 11 in. (24 x 28 cm) 272 pages, 225 colour and 63 b/w illustrations, hardcover ISBN 978-88-572-1040-7 £ 40.00, $ 65.00, Can. $ 65.00

Size 91/2 x 91/2 in. (24 x 24 cm) 320 pages, 500 colour illustrations hardcover ISBN 978-88-572-1876-2 £ 57.00, $ 85.00, Can. $ 85.00

Size 91/2 x 11 in. (24 x 28 cm) 240 pages, 193 colour illustrations hardcover ISBN 978-88-572-1128-2 £ 36.00, $ 60.00, Can $ 68.00

Norwegian Contemporary Art edited by Gunnar B. Kvaran, Hanne Beate Ueland and Grete Årbu

150 Years of Visionary Collecting at the Albright-Knox Art Gallery Douglas Dreishpoon, H. E. Hughes, Mariann W. Smith, Susana Tejada

One Century of Iraqi Art from the Hussain Ali Harba Family Collection edited by Mary Angela Schroth with a text by Aasim Abdul-Ameer

Modern and Contemporary Art

Edward Hopper

Visual Thinking and Measured Painting edited by Huang Du; editorial coordination Paola Gribaudo

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Modern and Contemporary Art

Jafr. The Alchemy of Signs edited by Molka Mahdaoui; texts by Rose Issa, Venetia Porter, Martina Corgnati, Charbel Dagher Size 9 x 11 in. (24 x 28 cm) 416 pages, 300 colour illustrations hardcover ISBN 978-88-572-2264-6 £ 55.00, $ 90.00, Can. $ 90.00 1/2

Ahmed Mater

Prognosis edited by Rosa Maria Falvo, with an introduction by Chris Dercon Size 93/4 x 12 in. (25 x 30.5 cm) 328 pages, 328 colour illustrations hardcover ISBN 978-88-572-2856-3 £ 55.00, $ 85.00, Can. $ 85.00

Guido Comis, Marco Franciolli and Janus Size 81/2 x 11 in. (22 x 28 cm) 328 pages, 380 colour illustrations hardcover ISBN 978-88-572-0974-6 £ 27.00, $ 42.00, Can. $ 42.00

Roberto Matta

On the Edge of a Dream edited by Thomas Monahan with an interview by Hans-Ulrich Obrist; editorial coordination Paola Gribaudo Size 11 x 11 in. (28 x 28 cm) 152 pages, 100 colour illustrations hardcover ISBN 978-88-572-2940-9 £ 29.95, $ 45.00, Can. $ 45.00

Naum Medovoy

Meet Edvard Munch

Size 9 x 11 in. (24 x 28 cm) 80 pages, 35 colour illustrations hardcover ISBN 978-88-572-2631-6 £ 22.50, $ 35.00, Can. $ 35.00

Size 83/4 x 83/4 in. (22 x 22 cm) 112 pages, 50 colour and 40 b/w illustrations, hardcover ISBN 978-88-572-1947-9 Norwegian edition ISBN 978-88-572-1949-3 German edition ISBN 978-88-572-1981-3 £ 16.95 not available in US / Canada / LA

Last March editorial coordination Paola Gribaudo; texts by N. Medovoy, T. Tweeten, V. Komar, A. Traubner, O. Salamatina, and J. Cauman 1/2

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Man Ray

Umberto Mariani

edited by David Rosenberg Size 9 x 11 in. (24 x 28 cm) 188 pages, 150 colour illustrations hardcover ISBN 978-88-572-3067-2 £ 32.00, $ 45.00, Can. $ 60.00 1/2

Eliseo Mattiacci Germano Celant

Size 91/2 x 11 in. (24 x 28 cm) dual-language edition (English-Italian), 440 pages 433 colour illustrations, hardcover ISBN 978-88-572-0814-5 £ 70.00, $ 115.00, Can. $ 115.00

Rafael Megall

Paintings 2006–2014 Demetrio Paparoni with an interview by Elio Cappuccio Size 91/2 x 11 in. (24 x 28 cm) 112 pages, 85 colour illustrations hardcover ISBN 978-88-572-2813-6 £ 22.00 not available in US / Canada / LA

Antonio Marras. Nulla dies sine linea. The Life, Diaries and Notes of a Restless Man edited by Francesca Alfano Miglietti

Ana Mendieta

She Got Love edited by Beatrice Merz and Olga Gambari

Moments

edited by Polimoda / Linda Loppa Size 8 x 11 in. (21.5 x 29 cm) 512 pages, 500 colour illustrations paperback ISBN 978-88-572-3176-1 £ 38.00, $ 55.00, Can. $ 70.00 1/4

1/2

Size 81/2 x 11 in. (21.5 x 27.5 cm) 274 pages, 360 colour illustrations hardcover ISBN 978-88-572-3482-3 £ 42.00, $ 55.00, Can. $ 75.00

Size 91/2 x 91/2 in. (24 x 24 cm) dual-language edition (English-Italian), 248 pages 281 colour illustrations, hardcover ISBN 978-88-572-1910-3 £ 39.95, $ 60.00, Can. $ 60.00

Meetings in Marrakech

Farhad Moshiri

Robert Motherwell

Size 10 x 111/2 in. (25 x 29 cm) 2 volumes, 392 pages 298 colour illustrations hardcover with slipcase ISBN 978-88-572-2983-6 £ 110.00, $ 170.00, Can. $ 170.00

Size 9 1/2 x 11 in. (24 x 28 cm) 320 pages, 258 colour and 79 b/w illustrations, hardcover ISBN 978-88-572-2673-6 £ 45.00, $ 70.00, Can. $ 70.00

Rafa Nasiri

Neoludica

The Paintings of Hassan El Glaoui and Winston Churchill edited by Celia Sandys Size 91/2 x 11 in. (24 x 28 cm) dual-language edition (E-F) 96 pages, 50 colour and b/w illustrations, paperback ISBN 978-88-572-1241-8 £ 24.00, $ 40.00, Can. $ 45.00

Bjarne Melgaard

Jealous edited by Gunnar B. Kvaran, Hanne Beate Ueland, Grete Årbu Size 8 x 101/2 in. (21 x 27 cm) 96 pages, 136 colour illustrations paperback ISBN 978-88-572-0465-9 £ 19.00, $ 29.95, Can. $ 35.00

edited by Dina Nasser-Khadivi and Farah Rahim Ismail

50 Years of Printmaking texts by J. Harithas, E. Adnan, T. Parker, M. Vivero, M. Ahmed, S. Fadhil, R. Nasiri and M. Muzaffar Size 9 x 11 in. (24 x 28 cm) 160 pages, 145 colour and 9 b/w illustrations, paperback ISBN 978-88-572-2023-9 £ 29.95, $ 39.95, Can. $ 39.95 1/2

100 Years edited by Jack Flam, Katy Rogers and Tim Clifford

Art and Videogames 2011–1966 Debora Ferrari and Luca Traini Size 61/2 x 81/2 in. (16.5 x 21 cm) 256 pages, 230 colour illustrations paperback ISBN 978-88-572-1164-0 £ 22.00, $ 35.00, Can. $ 40.00

Mondialité

or the Archipelagos of Édouard Glissant edited by Hans Ulrich Obrist and Asad Raza Size 6 x 81/2 in. (15 x 21 cm) 356 pages, 60 colour illustrations paperback ISBN 978-2-37074-057-1 £ 36.00, $ 45.00, Can. $ 60.00

Nabil Mousa

Breaking the Chains John Cauman, Oksana Salamatina editorial coordination Paola Gribaudo Size 11 x 11 in. (28 x 28 cm) 100 pages, 108 colour illustrations hardcover ISBN 978-88-572-3203-4 £ 25.00, $ 35.00, Can. $ 47.00

The New American Abstraction 1950–1970 Claudine Humblet

Size 91/2 x 11 in. (24 x 28 cm) 3 volumes, 2096 pages 934 colour and 1117 b/w illustrations, hardcover with box ISBN 978-88-6130-072-9 £ 200.00, $ 400.00, Can. $ 515.00

Giorgio Morandi

1890–1964 edited by Renato Miracco and Maria Cristina Bandera Size 91/2 x 11 in. (24 x 28 cm) 336 pages, 116 colour and 250 b/w illustrations, hardcover ISBN 978-88-6130-716-2 £ 39.95, $ 65.00, Can. $ 65.00

Modern and Contemporary Art

Nja Mahdaoui

Rafa Nasiri

Artist Books Sonja Mejcher-Atassi Size 91/2 x 11 in. (24 x 28 cm) 176 pages, 120 colour illustrations hardcover ISBN 978-88-572-3341-3 £ 32.00 not available in US / Canada

New Skin

Selections from the Tony and Elham Salamé Collection– Aïshti Foundation texts by David Adjaye, Jeffrey Deitch and Massimiliano Gioni Size 91/2 x 12 in. (24 x 30 cm) 412 pages, 350 colour illustrations hardcover ISBN 978-88-572-2984-3 £ 42.00, $ 65.00, Can. $ 65.00

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Modern and Contemporary Art

Aether & Einstein Richard Julin, Linda Dalrymple Henderson

A Spanish Collection of Russian Art John Bowlt

Dennis Oppenheim

Body to Performance. 1969–73 Nick Kaye and Amy van Winkle Oppenheim

Size 83/4 x 12 in. (22 x 30 cm) 160 pages, 114 colour illustrations hardcover ISBN 978-88-572-3208-9 £ 29.95 not available in US / Canada / LA

Size 91/2 x 11 in. (24 x 28 cm) 264 pages, 120 colour illustrations hardcover ISBN 978-88-572-1969-1 £ 39.95, $ 65.00, Can. $ 65.00

Size 81/2 x 113/4 in. (24 x 30 cm) 296 pages, 55 colour and 81 b/w illustrations, hardcover ISBN 978-88-572-3032-0 £ 45.00, $ 65.00, Can. $ 80.00

Jean-Michel Othoniel

Painting–Musée d’Orsay

Philippe Pasqua

My way Catherine Grenier

Size 91/2 x 12 in. (24 x 30 cm) 264 pages, 320 colour illustrations hardcover ISBN 978-88-572-1421-4 £ 34.95, $ 55.00, Can. $ 55.00

Beverly Pepper

Monumenta edited by R. Hobbs and P. Tuchman, editorial coordination Paola Gribaudo Size 12 x 12 in. (30 x 30 cm) 300 pages, 215 colour illustrations hardcover ISBN 978-88-572-1062-9 £ 50.00, $ 80.00, Can. $ 92.00

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Of Peace and War

Stéphane Guégan

Size 12 x 93/4 in. (30 x 25 cm) 336 pages, 300 colour and b/w illustrations, hardcover ISBN 978-88-572-1246-3 £ 45.00, $ 75.00, Can. $ 85.00

Politics and Theology in Chinese Contemporary Art

Reflections on the work of Wang Guangyi Huang Zhuan, essays by Demetrio Paparoni and Marko Daniel Size 61/2 x 91/2 in. (16.5 x 24 cm) 192 pages, 126 colour illustrations hardcover ISBN 978-88-572-2110-6 £ 29.95, $ 45.00, Can. $ 45.00

Paradise edited by David Rosenberg editorial coordination Paola Gribaudo Size 91/2 x 11 in. (24 x 28 cm) 160 pages, 117 colour and 15 b/w illustrations, hardcover ISBN 978-88-572-0488-8 Russian edition £ 42.50, $ 65.00, Can $ 76.00

Sohan Qadri. The Seer edited by Partha Mitter; texts by D. Dewan, T. Bindu Gude, D. Kuspit and S. Tagore; editorial coordination Paola Gribaudo Size 91/2 x 12 in. (24 x 30 cm) 192 pages, 90 colour illustrations hardcover ISBN 978-88-572-0647-9 £ 48.00, $ 75.00, Can. $ 75.00

Angel Otero

Everything and Nothing edited by Valerie Cassel Oliver Size 91/2 x 11 in. (24 x 28 cm) 176 pages, 144 colour illustrations hardcover ISBN 978-88-572-3144-0 £ 32.00, $ 40.00, Can. $ 55.00

Revolution in the Making Abstract Sculpture by Women 1947–2016 edited by Paul Schimmel and Jenni Sorkin

Size 91/2 x 121/2 in. (24 x 31.5 cm) 256 pages, 150 colour illustrations hardcover ISBN 978-88-572-3065-8 £ 36.00, $ 55.00, Can. $ 55.00

Alexander Rodchenko

exhibition curator Olga Sviblova exhibition and catalogue in collaboration with Moscow House of Photography / Multimedia Art Museum,Moscow Size 9 x 111/2 in. (22 x 28 cm) 248 pages, 270 colour illustrations hardcover ISBN 978-88-572-3175-4 £ 36.00, $ 55.00, Can. $ 55.00

Mimmo Rotella

Selected Works edited by Germano Celant Size 91/2 x 11 in. (24 x 28 cm) 592 pages, 910 colour and 340 b/w illustrations, hardcover ISBN 978-88-8491-359-3 £ 80.00, $ 154.00, Can. $ 198.00

Mimmo Rotella

edited by Antonella Soldaini Size 91/2 x 11 in. (24 x 28 cm) 240 pages, 230 colour illustrations hardcover ISBN 978-88-572-2770-2 £ 35.00, $ 55.00, Can. $ 55.00

The Russian Avant-garde

Samaras

Paolo Scheggi

Julian Schnabel

Size 93/4 x 111/4 in. (24.5 x 28.7 cm) 320 pages, 252 colour and 144 b/w illustrations, hardcover ISBN 978-88-572-1916-5 £ 39.95, $ 60.00, Can. $ 60.00

Size 133/4 x 81/3 in. (35 x 20.5 cm) 2 volumes, 752 pages 720 colour illustrations hardcover with box ISBN 978-88-572-3271-3 £ 210.00, $ 250.00, Can. $ 335.00

Size 91/2 x 91/2 in. (24 x 24 cm) 224 pages, 190 colour illustrations hardcover ISBN 978-88-572-2606-4 £ 39.95, $ 65.00, Can. $ 65.00

Size 101/2 x 121/2 in. (26 x 32 cm) 160 pages, 69 colour illustrations hardcover ISBN 978-88-572-1102-2 £ 40.00, $ 65.00, Can. $ 65.00

Marc Quinn

Sean Scully

Hiroshi Senju

Andrei Sharov

Wael Shawky

Size 8 x 11 in. (21 x 29.7 cm) 568 pages, 489 colour illustrations paperback ISBN 978-88-572-2030-7 £ 55.00, $ 90.00, Can. $ 90.00

Size 9 x 11 in. (24 x 28 cm) 168 pages, 200 colour illustrations paperback ISBN 978-88-572-2758-0 £ 28.00, $ 45.00, Can. $ 45.00

Evan Penny

Ask Your Body edited by Michael Short Size 81/2 x 10 in. (21 x 26 cm) 112 pages, 80 colour illustrations dutch binding ISBN 978-88-572-3559-2 £ 36.00, $ 45.00, Can. $ 60.00

Memory Box Germano Celant 1/4

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Siberia and the East edited by John E. Bowlt, Nicoletta Misler, Evgenija Petrova

Land Sea edited by Danilo Eccher 1/2

Album 2 edited by Donald Kuspit

Donald Kuspit and Rachel Baum; editorial coordination Paola Gribaudo Size 12 x 12 in. (30 x 30 cm) 168 pages, 80 colour and 20 b/w illustrations, hardcover ISBN 978-88-6130-797-1 £ 44.95, $ 75.00, Can. $ 92.00

The Humanistic Measurement of Space edited by Francesca Pola

texts by Charles A. Riley II, Simon Hewitt, John Cauman, Lilly Wei editorial coordination Paola Gribaudo Size 91/2 x 113/4 in. (24 x 30 cm) 144 pages, 100 colour illustrations hardcover ISBN 978-88-572-2879-2 £ 38.00, $ 50.00, Can. $ 67.50

Modern and Contemporary Art

Christine Ödlund

Permanently Becoming and the Architecture of Seeing edited by Norman Rosenthal

edited by Carolyn ChristovBakargiev and Marcella Beccaria Size 91/2 x 11 in. (24 x 28 cm) 252 pages, 254 colour illustrations hardcover ISBN 978-88-572-3492-2 £ 38.00, $ 50.00, Can. $ 67.50

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Modern and Contemporary Art

Socialist Realisms

Some Aesthetic Decisions

The Storytellers

Emilio Vedova

Video Art

Size 91/2 x 11 in. (24 x 28 cm) 280 pages, 180 colour illustrations hardcover ISBN 978-88-572-1373-6 £ 42.00, $ 65.00, Can. $ 74.00

Size 61/2 x 91/2 in. (16.5 x 24 cm) 112 pages, 58 colour and 4 b/w illustrations, hardcover ISBN 978-88-572-3479-3 £ 30.00, $ 37.50, Can. $ 50.00

Size 81/2 x 101/2 in. (21 x 27 cm) 128 pages, 89 colour illustrations hardcover ISBN 978-88-572-1480-1 £ 22.00, $ 35.00, Can. $ 35.00

Size 91/2 x 11 in. (24 x 28 cm) dual-language edition (Italian-English), 240 pages 287 colour illustrations, hardcover ISBN 978-88-572-0696-7 £ 50.00, $ 75.00, Can. $ 75.00

Size 6 x 81/2 in. (15 x 21 cm) 286 pages, 485 colour illustrations paperback ISBN 978-88-7624-534-3 £ 16.95, $ 29.95, Can. $ 39.95

Summer Autumn Winter... and Spring

Told Untold Retold

The Trick Brain.

Hanne Tyrmi

Sue Williamson

Size 61/2 x 81/3 in. (16.5 x 21 cm) 144 pages, 20 colour and 10 b/w illustrations, paperback ISBN 978-88-572-1484-9 £ 22.50, $ 35.00, Can. $ 35.00

Size 91/2 x 91/2 in. (24 x 24 cm) dual-language edition (English-Arabic), 264 pages 218 colour illustrations, paperback ISBN 978-88-572-0819-0 £ 45.00, $ 65.00, Can. $ 74.00

Size 93/4 x 111/3 in. (24.8 x 28.6 cm), 448 pages 280 colour illustrations hardcover ISBN 978-88-572-3663-6 £ 55.00, $ 70.00, Can. $ 95.00

Size 91/2 x 11 in. (24 x 28 cm) 184 pages, 135 colour illustrations hardcover ISBN 978-88-572-2261-5 £ 34.95, $ 55.00, Can. $ 55.00

Size 11 x 91/2 in. (28 x 24 cm) 256 pages, 241 colour illustrations paperback ISBN 978-88-572-2867-9 £ 36.00, $ 55.00, Can. $ 55.00

Obiora Udechukwu

Federico Uribe

Natee Utarit

Philippe Vandenberg Berlinde De Bruyckere

Elias Zayat

Paintings 1992–2017 edited by Demetrio Paparoni Size 91/2 x 11 in. (24 x 28.5 cm) 136 pages, 100 colour illustrations hardcover ISBN 978-88-572-3598-1 £ 35.00, $ 45.00, Can. $ 60.00

Conversations with Artists from the Arab World Sam Bardaouil and Till Ferath

Line, Image, Text Chika Okeke-Agulu

Size 9 x 11 in. (24.1 x 29.2 cm) 400 pages, 200 colour and 400 b/w illustrations, hardcover ISBN 978-88-572-3365-9 £ 60.00, $ 75.00, Can. $ 100.00 1/2

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Great Soviet Painting 1920–1970 Matthew Bown, Matteo Lanfranconi

23 Stories of Journeys through Time and Place edited by Sam Bardaouil and Till Fellrath

Watch the Parade 2017 edited by Bartholomew F. Bland Size 9 x 11 in. (25 x 28 cm) 200 pages, 157 colour illustrations hardcover ISBN 978-88-572-3281-2 £ 42.00, $ 55.00, Can. $ 75.00 3/4

A Centennial Celebration of Marcel Duchamp’s “Fountain” Bonnie Clearwater

Selections from the Tony and Elham Salamé Collection Aïshti Foundation introduction by M. Gioni

Optimism Is Ridiculous edited by Demetrio Paparoni Size 8 x 12 in. (22.5 x 31 cm) 192 pages, 116 colour illustrations hardcover ISBN 978-88-572-3553-0 £ 42.00, $ 55.00, Can. $ 75.00 3/4

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Narratives in International Contemporary Art edited by Selene Wendt

The Lost Thing edited by Hanne Tyrmi

Innocence is precisely: never to avoid the worst Berlinde De Bruyckere with a dialogue with Brett Littman Size 9 x 11 in. (24 x 28 cm) 144 pages, 100 colour illustrations hardcover ISBN 978-88-572-1414-6 £ 32.00, $ 50.00, Can. $ 50.00 1/2

Scultore edited by Germano Celant

Life and Work edited by Mark Gevisser

The Castello di Rivoli Collection co-edited by Ida Gianelli and Marcella Beccaria

A Window on the World From Dürer to Mondrian and Beyond Marco Franciolli, Giovanni Iovane, Sylvie Wuhrmann

Size 81/2 x 11 in. (22 x 28 cm) 336 pages, 311 colour illustrations paperback ISBN 978-88-572-1697-3 £ 38.00, $ 60.00, Can. $ 60.00

Morten Viskum

Works 1993–2016 Demetrio Paparoni conversation with Jean Wainwright; text by Tone Lyngstaad Nyaas

Walk on the Wild Side At the Heart of the Carmignac Collection Texts by N. Bourriaud, F. Bousteau, E. Carmignac, C. Carmignac, D. Cronenberg, L. Ferry, A. Jodorowsky, C. Millet, C.Morineau, B. Soyer (entries)

Size 91/2 x 11 in. (24 x 28 cm) 384 pages, 565 colour illustrations hardcover ISBN 978-88-572-2866-2 £ 55.00, $ 70.00, Can. $ 95.00

Size 91/2 x 11 in. (24 x 28 cm) 284 pages, 250 colour illustrations hardcover, 978-2-37074-041-0 £ 55.00, $ 75.00, Can. $ 100.00

Su Xiaobai

Wang Zhiyuan

edited by Gao Minglu, Benjamin Alexander Size 11 x 113/4 in. (28 x 30 cm) 368 pages, 242 colour illustrations, hardcover ISBN 978-88-572-2684-2 £ 50.00, $ 75.00, Can. $ 95.00

Modern and Contemporary Art

Vibeke Slyngstad

Bigger, Better, and Cheaper preface by Judith Neilson texts by Rosa Maria Falvo, Bai Jiafeng, and Menene Gras Balaguer Size 91/2 x 11 in. (24 x 28 cm) 240 pages, 190 colour illustrations hardcover ISBN 978-88-572-3083-2 £ 32.00, $ 45.00, Can. $ 60.00

Cities and Legends edited by Salwa Mikdadi; texts by Salwa Mikdadi, Donald Kunze Size 91/2 x 11 in. (24 x 28 cm) 368 pages, 350 colour illustrations hardcover ISBN 978-88-572-3264-5 £ 50.00, $ 65.00, Can. $ 85.00

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Catalogues raisonnés

edited by Gladys Chung

edited by ADAC Association des Amis de Chen Zhen

Specifications size 91/2 x 12 in. (24 x 30 cm) 2 volumes 904 pages, 1183 colour and 1128 b/w illustrations hardcover with slipcase ISBN 978-88-572-0648-6 £ 200.00, $ 280.00, Can $ 360.00

The complete work of Chen Zhen, including all his currently known works and the fullest information on the Chinese artist

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hen Zhen’s Catalogue raisonné is the exhaustive inventory of the authenticated work of the artist, catalogued chronologically in two volumes: the first covers the years 1977–1996, the second 1997–2000. Divided into sections, the works have been classified chronologically and numbered progressively. Each section has an introduction written by Isabelle Renard and Xu Min. The texts together provide the reader with a thread that runs through the catalogue and situates the works precisely in their historical and artistic context. Each section is supplemented by interviews or critical essays by different authors, as well as writings by Chen Zhen himself, numerous photographs, and reproductions of invitations and newspaper articles taken from the artist’s archive. • A complete overview on the artist’s work, from 1977 to 2000. • Leading thread of the catalogue is a text written by Isabelle Renard and Xu Min. ADAC Association Des Amis de Chen Zhen was created in 2003 to promote Chen Zhen’s artistic heritage.

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Zeng Fanzhi Catalogue raisonné. Volume I

The most comprehensive catalogue of the artist’s work

Specifications size 91/2 x 12 in. (24 x 30 cm) dual-language edition (English-Chinese) 2 volumes (main book + Chinese addendum) 704 pages 690 color illustrations hardcover with slipcase ISBN 978-88-572-3239-3 £ 210.00, $ 285.00, Can. $ 385.00

Catalogues raisonnés

Chen Zhen Catalogue raisonné 1977-1996 (Volume 1), 1997-2000 (Volume 2)

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landmark publication systematically incorporating records from the studio, dealers, auction houses, museums, collectors and any other possible sources to compile by far the most comprehensive record of the artist’s oeuvre. • Zeng Fanzhi is one of the most controversial living Chinese contemporary artist. He won his international acclaims first by Hospital and Meat Series and later on the Mask Series already in the 1990s. • Zeng’s work was the subject of a major retrospective at the Musée d’Art Moderne de la Ville de Paris in 2013-14. • Following major exhibitions at Gagosian Hong Kong (2011) and Gagosian London (2012), in November-December 2015 paintings, sculpture, and works on paper by Zeng Fanzhi were on show at the Gagosian gallery in New York. Gladys Chung, art specialist and consultant working in Asian Art for the past ten years respectively in Christie’s, Poly Auctions, and others, previously giving lecturers at several universities in Hong Kong. Currently, she is director for the Fanzhi Foundation for Art and Education, in charge of the current Catalogue Raisonné Project.

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Catalogues raisonnés

edited by Serge Lemoine texts by Evelyne de Montaudoüin

Specifications Size 91/2 x 11 in. (24 x 28 cm) 600 pages, 280 colour and 1073 b/w illustrations hardcover with slipcase ISBN 978-88-572-2672-9 £ 210.00, $ 300.00, Can. $ 390.00

A catalogue raisonné dedicated to Aurelie Nemours (1910-2005), one of the greatest French abstract painters of the second half of the twentieth century

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his volume is a study of the life and work of Aurelie Nemours including the paintings, pastels, and collages that she produced over half a century. In 1952 she developed her own language consisting of simple geometric forms, some patches of color, and orthogonal lines that give her compositions their regular and well-ordered structure. Her oeuvre consists of sequences, periods, and series, which sometimes extended over several years, and followed on from one another or overlapped.

• The first catalogue raisonné of the artist’s oeuvre (paintings, pastels, and collages). • Aurelie Nemours showed her paintings in the most important museums in France and throughout Europe. • Major retrospective at the Centre Georges Pompidou, Paris in 2004. • Many of her paintings rank among the masterpieces of geometric abstract art alongside those by Ad Reinhardt, John McLaughlin, and Agnes Martin. Art historian, professor emeritus at the Paris IV-Sorbonne University, Serge Lemoine was the director of the Musée de Grenoble from 1986 to 2001, then president of the Musée d’Orsay in Paris from 2001 to 2008.

Agostino Bonalumi

Giuseppe Capogrossi

Enrico Castellani

Size 91/2 x 11 in. (24 x 28 cm) dual-language edition (E-I) 2 volumes, 840 pages, 150 colour and over 2000 b/w illustrations hardcover with slipcase ISBN 978-88-572-2774-0 £ 220.00, $ 340.00, Can. $ 340.00

Size 91/2 x 11 in. (24 x 28 cm) dual-language edition (E-I) 448 pages, 120 colour and 700 b/w illustrations, hardcover ISBN 978-88-572-1506-8 £ 130.00, $ 210.00, Can. $ 210.00

Size 91/2 x 11 in. (24 x 28 cm) dual-language edition (E-I) 2 volumes, 656 pages, 178 colour and 1177 b/w illustrations hardcover with slipcase ISBN 978-88-572-1168-8 £ 240.00, $ 390.00, Can. $ 390.00

Lucio Fontana

Lucio Fontana

Paul Gauguin. A Savage in the

Catalogue Raisonné edited by Marco Meneguzzo and Fabrizio Bonalumi

Catalogue raisonné Enrico Crispolti in collaboration with Nini Ardemagni Laurini and Valeria Ernesti Size 91/2 x 11 in. (24 x 28 cm) dual-language edition (E-I) 2 volumes, 1200 pages, 250 colour and c. 4,000 b/w illustrations hardcover with slipcase ISBN 978-88-7624-058-4 £ 330.00, $ 510.00, Can. $ 510.00

Arnaldo Pomodoro

General Catalogue of Sculptures edited by Flaminio Gualdoni Size 91/2 x 11 in. (24 x 28 cm) 2 volumes, 688 pages, 150 colour and 1200 b/w illustrations hardcover with slipcase ISBN 978-88-7624-370-7 £ 315.00, $ 620.00, Can. $ 713.00

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Catalogue raisonné 1920–1949 edited by Guglielmo Capogrossi and Francesca Romana Morelli

Catalogue raisonné of the works on paper edited by Luca Massimo Barbero

Catalogue raisonné 1955–2005 Archivio Castellani, contributions by B. Corà and M. Meneguzzo

Making. Catalogue raisonné of the Paintings (1873–1888)

edited by Daniel Wildenstein

Gino De Dominicis

Catalogue raisonné edited by Italo Tomassoni Size 81/2 x 11 in. (21 x 28 cm) dual-language edition (E-I) 576 pages, 114 colour and 738 b/w illustrations hardcover with slipcase ISBN 978-88-572-0684-4 £ 210.00, $ 340.00, Can. $ 340.00

Rolf Nesch

The Complete Graphic Works S. Helliesen and B. Sørensen Size 91/2 x 11 in. (24 x 28 cm) 584 pages, 220 colour and 868 b/w illustrations hardcover with slipcase ISBN 978-88-572-0051-4 £ 170.00, $ 280.00, Can. $ 341.00

Size 91/2 x 11 in. (24 x 28 cm) dual-language edition (E-I) 3 volumes, 1316 pages, 339 colour and 5885 b/w illustrations hardcover with slipcase ISBN 978-88-572-0482-6 £ 335.00, $ 500.00, Can. $ 500.00

Skira / Wildenstein Institute Size 10 x 12 in. (25 x 30 cm) 2 volumes, 649 pages, 500 colour and 750 b/w illustrations hardcover with slipcase ISBN 978-88-8491-137-7 £ 225.00, $ 440.00, Can. $ 506.00

Mahmoud Saïd

Mimmo Rotella

Paolo Scheggi

Size 91/2 x 11 in. (24 x 28 cm) 2 volumes, 898 pages 1452 colour and b/w illustrations hardcover with slipcase ISBN 978-88-572-2477-0 £ 220.00 $ 285.00 Can $ 385.00

Size 91/2 x 11 in. (24 x 28 cm) dual-language edition (English-Italian), 2 volumes 756 pages, 1513 colours and b/w ill hardcover with slipcase ISBN 978-88-572-2241-7

Size 91/2 x 11 in. (24 x 28 cm) dual-language edition (English-Italian) 496 pages, 770 colour illustrations hardcover with slipcase ISBN 978-88-572-2874-7 £ 180.00, $ 280.00, Can. $ 280.00

Catalogue raisonné edited by Valérie Didier Hess and Hussam Rashwan

Catalogue raisonné First Volume 1944–1961 Germano Celant

£ 250.00, $ 300.00, Can. $ 400.00

Catalogues raisonnés

Aurelie Nemours Catalogue Raisonné

Catalogue Raisonné edited by Luca Massimo Barbero

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Reference

scientific committee: Gabriella Belli, Carlo Bertelli, Germano Celant, Ester Coen, Ida Gianelli editor: Valerio Terraroli

Specifications size 81/2 x 11 in. (21 x 28 cm) 4 volumes, 1768 pages 1592 colour illustrations hardcover with slipcase ISBN 978-88-572-2224-0 £ 135.00, $ 240.00, Can. $ 240.00

Format of the Work Volume 1: 1900–1919 The Avant-garde Movements Volume 2: 1920–1945 The Artistic Culture between the Wars Volume 3: 1946–1968 The Birth of Contemporary Art Volume 4: 1969–1999 Neo-avant-gardes, Postmodern and Global Art

edited by Walter Guadagnini

In a new exclusive slipcase, the prestigious four-volume series covering the fundamental events and pivotal works of international art in the twentieth century

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his series offers a complete, up-to-date survey of the artistic culture of the twentieth century through an original, transversal, and interdisciplinary analysis. This special edition of the series gathers the four volumes into an exclusive slipcase showcasing a 3D reproduction of a masterpiece by James Rosenquist. The books provide an extraordinary repertory of images and a vast source of information, enriched through “focus on” windows and technical information by experts in the field. The essays investigate and analyze in chronological order the transformations of the world’s artistic culture, the major personalities, and the different movements that have characterized the development of modern and contemporary art. Roughly 1,700 pages and a considerable number of illustrations provide a broad and composite overview of movements, artists, works, and cultural phenomena, in an extraordinary publication that examines in depth the tendencies of modern and contemporary art. • Ample space is devoted to the critical definitions of contemporary art, the art market and the new way of collecting, to the relationship between art and politics, and to the new, confusing frontiers of photography. • Major chapters are followed, in alphabetical order, by the biographies of artists accompanied by their most significant works. Valerio Terraroli teaches history of modern art at the University of Verona.

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Photography A History. 1839–Now

Reference

Art of the Twentieth Century

This history of photography, marking an ideal continuity with the “Art of the 20th century” series, responds to the need for accurate information for the general public and supplies more specialised investigations of the medium

Specifications size 81/2 x 11 in. (21 x 28 cm) 4 volumes, 1376 pages 1165 colour illustrations hardcover with slipcase ISBN 978-88-572-2682-8 £ 150.00, $ 230.00, Can. $ 230.00

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he series offers a complete, up-to-date survey of photography through an original and transversal analysis. This special edition gathers four volumes in an exclusive slipcase inspired by the oldest surviving camera photograph, View from the Window at Le Gras, made by Nicéphore Niépce in 1826. The books provide an extraordinary repertory of images and a vast source of information, enriched through “focus on” windows and technical information, synoptic tables, and a summary glossary. The essays, by some leading international experts, investigate and analyze in chronological order the transformations of the world’s photographic culture and the major figures that have shaped the development of photography. With a chronological division into four main periods (The Origins 1839–1890; A New Vision of the World 1891–1940; From the Press to the Museum 1941–1980; The Contemporary Era 1981–2013), this will be the most authoritative set on the subject. • The complete history of photography from the origins to the present. • An extraordinary repertory of images. • Essays by international leading esperts. Former director of the Galleria Civica in Modena, Walter Guadagnini is a curator and professor of history of contemporary art at the Accademia delle Belle Arti in Bologna. He is also commissaire unique for the Italian section of “Paris Photo.”

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Photography Specifications size 11 x 91/2 in. (28 x 24 cm) 208 pages 397 colour illustrations hardcover ISBN 978-88-572-3629-2 £ 40.00, $ 55.00, Can. $ 70.00

The official publication of Sea Shepherd, published for the society’s 40th anniversary

The book brings together twenty images of Opera Houses, taken by Hiroshi Sugimoto in Italy since 2014

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• Forty years of history and battles, victories and defeats, protagonists and campaigns of the leading Conservation Society. • Stunning full-page images. • Celebrity supporters: Sean Connery, Pierce Brosnan, Brigitte Bardot, Vivienne Westwood.

• Special edition of 1,000 copies. • A photographic journey through Opera Houses in Italy. • A limited-edition artist book for all collectors and photography lovers.

stablished in 1977, the Sea Shepherd Conservation Society (SSCS) is an international non-profit, marine wildlife conservation organization. Its mission is to end the destruction of habitat and slaughter of wildlife in the world’s oceans in order to conserve and protect ecosystems and species. Sea Shepherd uses innovative direct-action tactics to investigate, document and take action when necessary to expose and confront illegal activities on the high seas. By safeguarding the biodiversity of our delicately balanced ocean ecosystems, Sea Shepherd works to ensure their survival for future generations. The SSCS was formally incorporated in the United States in 1981 in the state of Oregon. Previous to this, the idea of Sea Shepherd was formed when Captain Paul Watson founded the Earth Force Society in 1977 in Vancouver BC, Canada. The original mandate of both organizations was marine mammal protection and conservation with an immediate goal of shutting down illegal whaling and sealing operations, but Sea Shepherd later expanded its mission to include all marine wildlife. Since those early days, Sea Shepherd has embarked on over 200 voyages covering many of the world’s oceans and defending and saving defenseless marine life all along the way. This is its story.

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Hiroshi Sugimoto Le Notti Bianche

Photography

Sea Shepherd 40 Years. The Official Book

Specifications size 113/4 x 153/4 in. (30 x 40 cm) dual-language edition (English-Italian) 56 pages 20 colour illustrations hardcover ISBN 978-88-572-3638-4 £ 85.00, $ 120.00, Can. $ 160.00

he title that the artist chose is also the title of the film shown during the photo shoot at the Teatro di Villa Aldrovandi Mazzacorati in Bologna and directed by Luchino Visconti in 1957, starring Marcello Mastroianni and Maria Schell. The story was originally set in St. Petersburg during the endless summer nights, when it never gets truly dark and night falls slowly, but was moved to Livorno in Visconti’s version. With Sugimoto, Le Notti Bianche becomes a subtle metaphor with a range of meanings. The new collection of twenty works presented in the book was created entirely in Italy over the past three years. For the first time, in addition to the image of the front of the stage, the stalls and the gallery where the camera was set up are included. This is an additional step on the part of the Japanese photographer in his desire to let the audience take part in the work, beyond a mere contemplation of it. The theatres photographed, chosen for their architectural characteristics as well as for their history, are the Teatro Carignano in Turin, the Teatro Farnese in Parma, the Teatro all’Antica in Sabbioneta, the Teatro Olimpico in Vicenza, the Teatro Comunale in Ferrara, the Teatro Scientifico in Mantua, the Teatro dei Rozzi in Siena, the Teatro Sociale in Bergamo, the Teatro Comunale Masini in Faenza, the Teatro Goldoni in Bagnacavallo, the Teatro dei Rinnovati in Siena and the Teatro di Villa Aldrovandi Mazzacorati in Bologna.

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Photography

edited by Rossella Menegazzo, Takeshi Fujimori with the assistance of Yuki Seli

Into the Heart of the World La Venta. 25 Years of Exploration edited by Antonio De Vivo, Francesco Sauro

The extraordinary adventure of the La Venta association and its expeditions to the planet’s remotest and unreachable parts

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Specifications size 81/2 x 121/4 in. (21 x 31.2 cm) 184 pages, 161 colour and 13 b/w illustrations hardcover ISBN 978-88-572-3275-1 £ 29.95, $ 45.00, Can. $ 60.00

An unsurpassed master of post-war Japanese realist photography and a reference for amateur photographers even today

Photography

Domon Ken The Master of Japanese Realism

team of speleologists travels to the center of the world: this volume gathers the main expeditions of La Venta speleologist association over the course of twenty-five years through stunning images and travel logs. From its first exploration of the Rio La Venta, Chiapas, in Mexico, which gave the association its name, to the Auyan Tepui, in Venezuela, from the glaciers of the Antarctic and Patagonia to the Puerto Princesa Underground River, Palawan, in the Philippines, and the Cueva de Los Cristales, Naica, Chihuahua, in Mexico.

Specifications size 11 x 113/4 in. (28 x 30 cm) 312 pages 284 colour illustrations hardcover ISBN 978-88-572-3177-8 £ 50.00, $ 70.00, Can. $ 95.00

• A collection of 300 stunning images of remote parts of the earth. • La Venta works with all major international broadcasters, including BBC, Discovery, National Geographic, Nova, Arté, RAI. Antonio De Vivo is an expert speleologist; he made startling discoveries about a pre-Columbian civilization. Francesco Sauro, geologist and explorer, teaches at the University of Bologna. They are both Rolex Award for Enterprise Laureates.

Exhibition Schedule Rome, Museo dell’Ara Pacis 27 May – 18 September 2016

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he breadth and diversity of this Renaissance man’s oeuvre reveals untiring attention to and interest in the culture, art, faces, society and politics of his country. With over 70,000 pictures taken between the 1920s and the 1980s, Domon Ken is considered the supreme master of Japanese photography as well as the main exponent of realism as the only approach possible. Over the years he honed his craft, shifting from propaganda photography during the war to photography as a life’s mission, in search of his own Japan: a fascinating and silent Japan of ancient temples, Buddhist sculptures, puppet theatres (where he took refuge during the war); the seductive and expressive faces of celebrities alongside the modest ones of street urchins; up to the poorest Japan of mining villages and finally his most disturbing and modern work portraying Hiroshima and its unhealed wounds. • The poetry of one of the most renowned Japanese photographers of the 20th century. • Domon Ken, who died in 1990, is venerated in Japan as one of the country’s greatest photographers and a pioneer of realism, but is relatively unknown internationally. • The book features around 150 works dating from the 1920s to the 1970s. Rossella Menegazzo, professor of East Asian Art History at the University of Milan. Takeshi Fujimori, artistic director of Ken Domon Museum of Photography, Sakata. Yuki Seli, contemporary Japanese photographer.

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Francesco Bosso Last Diamonds foreword by Filippo Maggia

Francesco Bosso presents his latest photography work documenting the dramatic melting of the Arctic icebergs

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lobal warming is devouring the glaciers of the Earth. Inspired by increasing environmental pollution, Last Diamonds aims to denounce melting glaciers due to climate change. The images document the beauty of the Arctic through the emblematic icons of the biggest icebergs, which allow viewers to think about the unique characteristics of such sities. In Last Diamonds, the floating icebergs at the mercy of the currents on a flat impassive sea, chunks of melting glaciers of various sizes, are fragile sculptures rendered noble by their dramatic and solitary wanderings.

Specifications size 12 x 12 in. (30 x 30 cm) dual-language edition (English-Italian) 72 pages 26 colour illustrations hardcover ISBN 978-88-572-3672-8 £ 39.95, $ 50.00, Can. $ 67.50

• The book presents an essay by Filippo Maggia (researcher in the Photography Department of the Royal College of Art, London) and the text A Silent Disaster by Luca Mercalli (President of the Italian Meterological Society). Francesco Bosso is a well-known Italian interpreter of landscapes and primitive nature via the medium of black-and-white photography, in the vein of great American masters, such as Edward and Brett Weston and the unforgettable Ansel Adams.

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Photography

photographs Ciro Frank Schiappa texts Michele Primi

A photographic journey through the memories of the New York rock scene

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he book is a homage to the city of New York. The project consists of fifty pictures, shot with an old 8x10 Deardorff view camera, accompanied by captions, plus a foreword by Joel Meyerowitz, a New York-based award-winning photographer. Fifty pictures that share stories relevant to describing the continuously changing historical sites, the urban landscape and the different forms of art that the city itself produced over the years. Historical places that have been fundamental in the history of New York’s music scene and no longer exist.

Specifications size 91/2 x 113/4 in. (24 x 30 cm) 124 pages 50 colour illustrations hardcover ISBN 978-88-572-3250-8 £ 25.00, $ 35.00, Can. $ 47.00

• A journey to discover the historical sites of rock in New York. • 50 images of historical places of rock which no longer exist. Fine art and professional photographer, Ciro Frank Schiappa is specialized in portraiture and architecture. Freelance journalist and writer for TV and radio, Michele Primi is a contributor for Rolling Stone, GQ, Emergency, Peace Reporter and Riders and writer for Virgin Radio and Virgin TV.

Cines de Cuba photographs by Carolina Sandretto; editorial coordination Paola Gribaudo; essays by C. Sandretto, C. Garaicoa, G. Jiménez-Singer

A photographic and architectural journey through the Cinemas of Cuba Specifications size 11 x 12 in. (28 x 30 cm) 396 pages 541 colour illustrations hardcover ISBN 978-88-572-3439-7 £ 60.00, $ 75.00, Can. $ 100.00

photographs by Ercole Colombo; texts by Giorgio Terruzzi

35 years after his tragic death, the private and public, sports and personal life of an unforgettable champion

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illeneuve is still racing across our imaginations. Courage, fury and heart-rending tenderness. Gilles Villeneuve died on 8 May 1982 on the Zolder track, in Belgium. Since then thirty-five years have passed. A long time, or the blink of an eye, if we come to terms with the intensity of memories, with the colours of passion. Above all, red, the red of his Ferrari cars, stumbled upon by chance and ultimately brought into a firmament that amazed us, worried us, gave us absolute joy and fear. Even though he never won a world title, he won all our hearts. A collective emotion with a painful premonition. A true, great sports story, with a protagonist transformed into an immortal legend. Wow Gilles! covers, year after year, the “reckless” life of Gilles Villeneuve through the photographs of Ercole Colombo and texts by Giorgio Terruzzi. The voices of these two exceptional narrators (both were eye-witnesses to the Canadian race driver’s over-the-top life) guide us along a journey that begins in 1977 and ends in 1982. From his F1 debut to his tragic accident in Belgium, this spectacular photo album will allow readers to relive the romanticism of the sport that characterized those years, of which Villeneuve was a key player.

Specifications size 12 x 73/4 in. (30 x 20 cm) 208 pages 196 colour illustrations hardcover ISBN 978-88-572-3605-6 £ 40.00, $ 50.00, Can. $ 67.50

• A captivating story, enriched by the writings of Giorgio Terruzzi, who covers the most important moments in Gilles Villeneuve’s life.

Ayrton Senna

Ercole Colombo, a celebrated Formula 1 photographer, published for Skira, together with Giorgio Terruzzi, Ayrton Senna. The Last Night (2016). Giorgio Terruzzi, a writer and journalist and major expert of Formula 1, works with various newspapers including the Corriere della Sera.

The Last Night photographs by Ercole Colombo; edited by Giorgio Terruzzi Size 12 x 73/4 in. (30 x 20 cm) 160 pages, 152 colour illustrations hardcover ISBN 978-88-572-3153-2 £ 34.95, $ 50.00, Can. $ 50.00

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n 1953, Cuba had 694 cinemas and theaters. Havana alone had 134, more than New York or Paris. In 2014 photographer Carolina Sandretto set out to find and photograph, with a 1950’s medium-format camera, the remaining cinemas from that golden era. This book is the visual document of her journey.

• The volume collects evocative images of the hundreds of cinemas in Cuba. • An investigation into the place of cinema in our culture thru the Cuban cinemas, which allowed the photographer to tell a story about global society. • A document of the incredible piece of cultural and architectural patrimony that Cuba has to offer to the world. Carolina Sandretto is an Italian photographer based in New York City. Her work focuses on human stories and aims to foster social change.

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Wow Gilles! Villeneuve. The Undying Legend

Photography

New York Serenade

Ljubodrag Andric Works 2008–2016 Demetrio Paparoni

Size 12 x 103/4 in. (29.5 x 27 cm) 176 pages, 110 colour illustrations hardcover ISBN 978-88-572-3060-3 £ 49.95, $ 70.00, Can. $ 90.00

Eleonora Abbagnato

photographed by Massimo Gatti preface by Giuseppe Tornatore with an interview by Valeria Crippa Size 91/2 x 11 in. (24 x 28 cm) 160 pages, 105 colour illustrations hardcover ISBN 978-88-572-1787-1 £ 30.00, $ 50.00, Can. $ 50.00

Shahidul Alam

Arab

Size 91/2 x 11 in. (24 x 28 cm) 272 pages, 100 colour and b/w illustrations, hardcover ISBN 978-88-572-0966-1 £ 32.00, $ 50.00, Can. $ 50.00

Size 11 x 12 in. (28 x 30 cm) 224 pages, 217 colour illustrations hardcover ISBN 978-88-572-2218-9 £ 37.50 not available in US / Canada

My Journey as a Witness edited by Rosa Maria Falvo

Bedouin of the Desert Megumi Yo

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Photography

Photography

Araki. Gold

edited by Filippo Maggia Size 9 x 11 in. (24 x 28 cm) 240 pages, 100 colour and 100 b/w illustrations, hardcover ISBN 978-88-6130-298-3 £ 34.95, $ 55.00, Can. $ 63.00 1/2

Dark Memories

Gian Paolo Barbieri edited by Maurizio Rebuzzini and Nikolaos Velissiotis Size 12 x 15 in. (30.5 x 38 cm) dual-language edition (English-Italian), 112 pages 59 duotone illustrations bodonian binding ISBN 978-88-572-1973-8 £ 48.00, $ 75.00, Can. $ 75.00

Contemporary Photography from the Far East Asian Dub Photography edited by Filippo Maggia and Francesca Lazzarini

Size 9 x 11 in. (24 x 28 cm) 240 pages, 228 colour illustrations hardcover ISBN 978-88-572-0067-5 £ 34.95, $ 50.00, Can. $ 62.00 1/2

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Body Stages

Walter Chappell

Children of the Light

A History of Photography

Axel Hütte

Kenro Izu

Mimmo Jodice

Size 8 x 101/2 in. (21 x 27 cm) 160 pages, 91 colour and 82 b/w illustrations, hardcover ISBN 978-88-572-2029-1 £ 28.00, $ 45.00, Can. $ 45.00

Size 91/2 x 121/2 in. (24 x 32 cm) 224 pages, 42 colour and 110 duotone illustrations hardcover ISBN 978-88-572-1872-4 £ 39.95, $ 45.00, Can. $ 45.00

Size 71/2 x 91/2 in. (19 x 24 cm) 200 pages, 150 colour and 50 b/w illustrations, hardcover ISBN 978-88-572-2234-9 £ 45.00, $ 75.00, Can. $ 75.00

Size 91/2 x 111/4 in. (24 x 28.5 cm) 320 pages, 300 colour illustrations hardcover ISBN 978-2-37074-004-5 £ 40.00, $ 75.00, Can. $ 90.00

Size 91/2 x 11 in. (24 x 28 cm) dual-language edition (English-Italian), 120 pages 44 colour illustrations, hardcover ISBN 978-88-572-2225-7 £ 39.95, $ 65.00, Can. $ 65.00

Size 91/2 x 11 in. (24 x 28 cm) dual-language edition (English-Italian), 120 pages 65 colour illustrations, hardcover ISBN 978-88-572-2475-6 £ 34.95, $ 55.00, Can. $ 55.00

Size 91/2 x 11 in. (24 x 28 cm) dual-language edition (English-Italian), 112 pages 52 colour illustrations, hardcover ISBN 978-88-572-2476-3 £ 34.95, $ 55.00, Can. $ 55.00

Francesco Escalar

Giovanni Gastel

Murat Germen

Michael Kenna. Images of the Seventh Day. 1974–2009 edited by Sandro Parmiggiani

Robert Mapplethorpe

Sven Marquardt

Master of Photography

Size 91/2 x 12 in. (24 x 32 cm) dual-language edition (English-Italian), 224 pages 230 colour illustrations hardcover ISBN 978-88-572-3027-6 £ 50.00, $ 65.00, Can. $ 85.00

Size 111/2 x 18 in. (35 x 45.5 cm) dual-language edition (English-Italian), 168 pages 80 colour illustrations, hardcover ISBN 978-88-572-0318-8 £ 30.00, $ 85.00, Can. $ 85.00

Size 153/4 x 12 in. (40 x 30 cm) 96 pages, 95 colour illustrations hardcover ISBN 978-88-572-2869-3 £ 34.95, $ 50.00, Can. $ 50.00

Size 91/2 x 11 in. (24 x 28 cm) dual-language edition (English-Italian), 272 pages 310 b/w illustrations, hardcover ISBN 978-88-572-0688-2 £ 34.95, $ 50.00, Can. $ 59.00

Size 91/2 x 11 in. (24 x 28 cm) 200 pages, 56 colour and 109 b/w illustrations, hardcover ISBN 978-88-572-2244-8 £ 35.00, $ 55.00, Can. $ 55.00

Contemporary Photography from India and South America

Contemporary Photography from North-Western Europe

Twentieth-Century American Photography

Master of Photography

Mighty Silence. Images of Destruction. The Great 2011 Earthquake and Tsunami photographed by Yasushi Handa

The Metamorphosis of Loïe Fuller edited by Aurora Herrera Gómez

Glamour ’n Soul edited by Luigia Greco Escalar

The Tenth Parallel North edited by Filippo Maggia, Claudia Fini and Francesca Lazzarini Size 91/2 x 11 in. (24 x 28 cm) 192 pages, 152 colour and 40 b/w illustrations, hardcover ISBN 978-88-572-1249-4 £ 34.95, $ 55.00, Can. $ 57.00

Eternal Impermanence edited by Filippo Maggia

Masks and Ghosts edited by Germano Celant

edited by Filippo Maggia

Size 91/2 x 11 in. (24 x 28 cm) 168 pages, 180 colour illustrations hardcover ISBN 978-88-572-2988-1 £ 28.00, $ 45.00, Can. $ 45.00

Calliope editorial coordination Paola Gribaudo

texts by Stephan Berg, Kerstin Stremmel, Necmi Sönmez

Flags of America Filippo Maggia

Size 91/2 x 11 in. (24 x 28 cm) 136 pages, 68 colour and b/w illustrations, hardcover ISBN 978-88-572-1738-3 £ 34.95, $ 50.00, Can. $ 50.00

The Musée d’Orsay Collection 1839–1925 edited by Françoise Heilbrun

2017 edited by Filippo Maggia

Size 91/2 x 11 in. (24 x 28 cm) 204 pages, 152 colour illustrations hardcover ISBN 978-88-572-3714-5 £ 30.00 not available in US/Canada/LA

Fantasmi e Realtà edited by Filippo Maggia with Claudia Fini

The Nymph Photography Germano Celant

Size 81/4 x 121/4 in. (21 x 31.2 cm) 276 pages, 108 colour illustrations hardcover ISBN 978-88-572-1557-0 £ 48.00, $ 75.00, Can. $ 75.00

Territories of the Soul edited by Filippo Maggia and Claudia Fini

Götterdämmerung edited by Enrico Debandi, Eugenio Viola Size 91/2 x 11 in. (24 x 28 cm) three-language edition (English-Italian-German) 110 pages, 120 b/w illustrations paperback ISBN 978-88-572-2665-1 £ 24.95, $ 40.00, Can. $ 40.00

Tracey Moffatt

Between Dreams and Reality Filippo Maggia Size 93/4 x 93/4 in. (24.5 x 24.5 cm) 80 pages, 44 colour illustrations hardcover ISBN 978-88-7624-932-7 £ 25.00 not available in US / Canada

Archipelago of the Ancient World edited by Filippo Maggia and Claudia Fini

2016 edited by Filippo Maggia

Size 61/2 x 81/2 in. (16.5 x 24 cm) 176 pages, 123 colour illustrations hardcover ISBN 978-88-572-3117-4 £ 24.95 not available in US / Canada / LA

Santu Mofokeng

A Silent Solitude Photographs 1982–2011 edited by Simon Njami Size 91/2 x 11 in. (24 x 28 cm) dual-language edition (English-Italian), 256 pages 239 duotone and 7 colour illustrations, hardcover ISBN 978-88-572-3216-4 £ 42.00, $ 60.00, Can. $ 80.00

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Photography

Photography

Melissa Moore

Land Ends texts by Douglas Park, Mark Cousins, Persilia Caton Size 93/4 x 93/4 in. (24.5 x 24.5 cm) 80 pages, 44 colour illustrations hardcover ISBN 978-88-572-1939-4 £ 25.00 not available in US / Canada

New Trends in Japanese Photography edited by Filippo Maggia

Size 91/2 x 11 in. (24 x 28 cm) 176 pages, 160 colour illustrations paperback ISBN 978-88-572-3279-9 £ 35.00, $ 45.00, Can. $ 60.00

Patriarchal Africa

The Last Sunrise. Photo-chronicle of the Vanishing Life photographs by Sergey Yastrzhembsky Size 81/2 x 121/4 in. (21 x 31.2 cm) 2 volumes, 736 pages 700 colour illustrations hardcover with slipcase + DVD ISBN 978-88-572-1967-7 £ 110.00, $ 165.00, Can. $ 165.00

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Daido Moriyama in Color

Daido Moriyama

MTINDO

Photography

Size 81/2 x 121/4 in. (21 x 31.2 cm) 480 pages, 257 colour illustrations hardcover ISBN 978-88-572-2226-4 £ 42.00, $ 65.00, Can. $ 65.00

Size 61/2 x 91/2 in. (16.5 x 24 cm) 440 pages, 250 b/w illustrations hardcover ISBN 978-88-572-0061-3 £ 39.95, $ 55.00, Can. $ 64.00 BACK IN PRINT

Size 8 x 101/2 in. (20 x 26 cm) 208 pages, 133 colour illustrations hardcover ISBN 978-88-572-3362-8 £ 32.00, $ 45.00, Can. $ 60.00

Size 81/2 x 11 in. (21 x 28 cm) 432 pages, 400 colour and b/w illustrations, hardcover ISBN 978-88-572-0718-6 £ 39.95, $ 60.00, Can. $ 68.00

Yasuzo Nojima

Nollywood Portraits

One Hundred Portraits

Now, and Never Again Filippo Maggia

edited by Filippo Maggia Size 91/2 x 11 in. (24 x 28 cm) 128 pages, 113 duotone illustrations, hardcover ISBN 978-88-572-0471-0 £ 18.00, $ 45.00, Can. $ 45.00

The World throught My Eyes edited by Filippo Maggia

A Radical Beauty photographs by Iké Udé; Forward by Henry Louis Gates Jr. Size 12 x 15 in. (32 x 38 cm) 144 pages, 66 colour illustrations hardcover ISBN 978-88-572-3229-4 £ 58.00, $ 75.00, Can. $ 100.00 1/2

Style Movers Rebranding Africa photography Daniele Tamagni preface Waridi Schrobsdorff

Angela Lo Priore

Size 101/3 x 15 in. (26.2 x 37.8 cm) 216 pages, 100 colour illustrations hardcover ISBN 978-88-572-2439-8 £ 60.00, $ 100.00, Can. $ 100.00

Photography

Photography

Photography

Size 81/2 x 11 in. (21 x 28 cm) 336 pages, 300 colour and b/w illustrations, hardcover ISBN 978-88-572-1032-2 £ 39.95, $ 60.00, Can. $ 68.00

Size 81/2 x 11 in. (21 x 28 cm) 304 pages, 215 colour illustrations hardcover ISBN 978-88-572-1508-2 £ 39.95, $ 60.00, Can. $ 60.00

Size 81/2 x 11 in. (21 x 28 cm) 304 pages, 250 colour illustrations hardcover ISBN 978-88-572-2054-3 £ 39.95, $ 60.00, Can. $ 60.00

Short Cuts. Artists in China

The Trap

Venice 1948–1986

Edward Weston

Size 81/2 x 11 in. (21 x 28 cm) 528 pages, 418 colour illustrations hardcover ISBN 978-88-572-1486-3 £ 48.00, $ 75.00, Can. $ 75.00

Size 12 x 11 in. (30 x 28 cm) dual-language edition (English-French), 112 pages 60 colour illustrations hardcover, clothbound ISBN 978-2-37074-061-8 £ 40.00 not available in US/Canada/LA

Zagourski

The Origins. 1839–1890 (History of Photography Volume 1) edited by Walter Guadagnini

photographs by Thomas Fuesser edited by Rosa Maria Falvo texts by Lorenz Helbling, Shen Qilan, Rosa Maria Falvo, Jean Loh

Portrait of a New Angola

Portraits. Uli Weber

reGeneration3

Wrecks

Size 12 x 12 in. (30 x 30 cm) 288 pages, 300 colour illustrations hardcover ISBN 978-88-572-0470-3 £ 60.00, $ 90.00, Can. $ 105.00

Size 101/2 x 123/4 in. (26.5 x 32.5 cm) 168 pages, 120 colour illustrations hardcover ISBN 978-88-572-0703-2 £ 39.95, $ 60.00, Can. $ 69.00

Size 81/2 x 12 in. (22 x 30 cm) 176 pages, 156 colour and 25 b/w illustrations, paperback ISBN 978-88-572-2824-2 £ 39.95, $ 60.00, Can. $ 60.00

Size 11 x 91/2 in. (28 x 24 cm) 144 pages, 110 colour illustrations hardcover ISBN 978-88-572-3496-0 £ 28.00, $ 35.00, Can. $ 47.00

photographs by Francesca Galliani text by Ilani Wilson

photographs by Uli Weber foreword by Ivan Shaw

edited by Anne Lacoste and Lydia Dorner

photographs by Stefano Benazzo edited by Jean Blanchaert

A New Vision of the World 1891–1940 (History of Photography Volume 2) edited by Walter Guadagnini

Trafficking of Women in Nepal

Lost Africa introduction by Pierre Loos text by Ezio Bassani Size 81/2 x 121/2 in. (21 x 32 cm) 224 pages, 550 b/w illustrations hardcover ISBN 978-88-8491-008-0 £ 29.95, $ 45.00, Can. $ 65.00

From the Press to the Museum 1941–1980 (History of Photography Volume 3) edited by Walter Guadagnini

The Art Scene Luca Massimo Barbero Size 10 x 111/2 in. (24.5 x 29.5 cm) 336 pages, 900 colour and b/w illustrations, hardcover ISBN 978-88-7624-744-6 £ 36.00, $ 65.00, Can. $ 85.00

The Contemporary Era 1981–2013 (History of Photography Volume 4) edited by Walter Guadagnini

edited by Filippo Maggia Size 91/2 x 11 in. (24 x 28 cm) 152 pages, 110 duotone illustrations, hardcover ISBN 978-88-572-1633-1 £ 29.95, $ 45.00, Can. $ 45.00

Zambian Portraits Paolo Solari Bozzi

Size 133/4 x 133/4 in. (35 x 35 cm) dual-language edition (Italian-English), 176 pages 123 b/w illustrations, hardcover ISBN 978-88-572-2683-5 £ 42.00, $ 65.00, Can. $ 65.00

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Fashion

edited by Rita Airaghi artistic direction Luca Stoppini

Mario Valentino A History of Fashion, Design and Art Ornella Cirillo

65 years in the famous brand’s history, synonymous with leather Made in Italy excellence

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Specifications size 61/2 x 12 in. (16.6 x 30 cm) dual-language edition (English-Italian) 276 pages 100 colour illustrations paperback ISBN 978-88-572-3669-8 £ 40.00, $ 55.00, Can. $ 75.00

A unique and little-known aspect of the creative versatility of Gianfranco Ferré: jewels and ornaments

Fashion

Gianfranco Ferré Under Another Light. Jewels and Ornaments

his book outlines the intense adventure of Mario Valentino, key protagonist of Italian fashion from the 1950s to the late 1980s, by examining a wealth of valuable documents collected in the archive of his company, established by his father Vincenzo in the heart of Naples in the early 20th century. Starting from his biographical and training profile, his entrepreneurial career is described, from his first creative experiences in the shoe industry to the full affirmation of his company as a leading brand in the luxury clothing industry, for which he collaborated with a host of well-known designers and affirmed artists.

Specifications size 93/4 x 12 in. (24.5 x 30 cm) 248 pages 206 colour illustrations hardcover ISBN 978-88-572-3585-1 £ 55.00, $ 75.00, Can. $ 100.00

• The fashion house’s historic archive material. • An excursus across 65 years of Italian leather, from shoes and accessories to clothing. Ornella Cirillo, researcher at the University of Campania “Luigi Vanvitelli”, is professor of History of Architecture and History of Fashion. Exhibition Schedule Turin, Palazzo Madama 12 October 2017 19 February 2018

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ith over 100 photos, this book narrates, under another light, a special aspect of Gianfranco Ferré’s extraordinary creativity: his constant attention for objects-ornaments, both in terms of research applied to forms and materials and of inspiration, with innovative results. Ferré stated: “Intended as a decorative element of clothing, ‘my’ jewellery becomes a tool for its interpretation, for a subjective and individual reading of the garment. If clothing is an object – the ‘thing is worn’ – then jewellery is the expression of the way, of ‘how it’s worn’”. This book aims to testify the legitimacy of costume jewellery in the fashion designer’s creative and emotional universe. From the diverse identity of objects presented in the images there emerges an assonance between the notion of the bijoux and clothing collections, always conceived in parallel and tied to an inescapable element: the human body, giving preference to its key parts, from necks to wrists and waists. An integral part of this catalogue is played by Francesca Alfano Miglietti, art theorist and critic, and Anna Maria Stillo Castro, a fashion and history of costumes scholar, plus the copious notes of Gianfranco Ferré on an important aspect of his design process. • After Gianfranco Ferré. Drawings and Gianfranco Ferré: The White Shirt according to Me, a new analysis of a little-known aspect. • Ferré was a great of Italian fashion and known as “the architect of fashion”. • Luca Stoppini (from Vogue Italia) is the book’s art director. • A must-have for fashionistas and jewellery designers. Rita Airaghi is Director of the Fondazione Gianfranco Ferré.

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1927 The Return to Italy. Salvatore Ferragamo and the Twentieth-century Visual Culture edited by Stefania Ricci and Carlo Sisi

The creative adventure of Salvatore Ferragamo for the 90th anniversary of his return to Italy from the United States

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alvatore Ferragamo returned to Italy in 1927 after twelve years in the United States. He chose to settle in Florence in virtue of its centrality in Italian taste and style at a time in which the word “return” was especially meaningful: the return to order in the arts, the return to professional skill and the great national tradition. Developed in chapters like a coming-of-age story, the book focuses precisely on this trend in the culture of the period. The volume takes Ferragamo’s voyage on an ocean liner back to Italy as its leitmotif: a metaphor of his mental journey through the Italian visual culture of the 1920s, the source of themes and works that influenced his poetic vision, directly or indirectly.

Specifications size 91/2 x 11 in. (24 x 28 cm) 512 pages 574 colour illustrations paperback ISBN 978-88-572-3569-1 £ 50.00, $ 65.00, Can. $ 85.00

• The volume is enriched by accounts and archive images. Stefania Ricci is Director of the Salvatore Ferragamo Museum in Florence. Carlo Sisi has been Director of the Galleria d’Arte Moderna and Galleria del Costume of Palazzo Pitti in Florence.

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Fashion

Fashion

The Amazing Shoemaker Fairy tales and legends about shoes and shoemakers edited by Stefania Ricci

Size 91/2 x 11 in. (24 x 28 cm) 320 pages, 517 colour illustrations paperback ISBN 978-88-572-1928-8 £ 42.00, $ 50.00, Can. $ 50.00

since 1851 Size 12 x 9 in. (30 x 24 cm) 128 pages, 151 colour and 10 b/w illustrations, hardcover ISBN 978-88-7624-873-3 £ 24.00, $ 45.00, Can. $ 57.00 1/2

Braccialini

Le borse delle meraviglie Bags in Wonderland edited by Fabiana Giacomotti

Bulgari

125 Years of Italian Magnificence Grand Palais Amanda Triossi

Size 83/4 x 11 in. (22 x 28 cm) dual-language edition (I-E) 184 pages, 191 colour illustrations hardcover ISBN 978-88-572-2451-0 £ 29.29, $ 50.00, Can. $ 50.00

Size 11 x 11 in. (28.5 x 28.5 cm) 380 pages, 1000 colour illustrations hardcover ISBN 978-88-572-0830-5 £ 60.00, $ 95.00, Can. $ 95.00

Italian Portraits Tod’s Donatella Sartorio

Size 121/2 x 15 in. (32 x 38 cm) 148 pages, 154 colour and b/w illustrations, hardcover ISBN 978-88-572-1599-0 £ 50.00, $ 80.00, Can. $ 80.00

Italian Touch

Tod’s Donata Sartorio photographs by Paolo Leone Size 91/2 x 11 in. (24 x 28 cm) 368 pages, 443 colour and b/w illustrations, hardcover ISBN 978-88-572-0147-4 £ 65.00, $ 95.00, Can. $ 116.00

Electric Fashion

The Fabric

Salvatore Ferragamo

Salvatore Ferragamo

Tamy Tazi. Caftans

Tirelli 50

Size 91/2 x 12 in. (24 x 30 cm) 300 pages, 250 colour illustrations hardcover ISBN 978-88-572-2482-4 £ 48.00, $ 80.00, Can. $ 80.00

Size 121/2 x 15 in. (32 x 38 cm) 64 pages, 30 colour illustrations hardcover ISBN 978-88-572-2032-1 £ 48.00, $ 80.00, Can. $ 80.00

Size 91/2 x 11 in. (24 x 28 cm) 312 pages, 317 colour illustrations paperback ISBN 978-88-572-2229-5 £ 34.95, $ 60.00, Can. $ 60.00

Size 101/2 x 121/4 in. (27 x 31 cm) 168 pages, 200 colour illustrations paperback ISBN 978-88-572-1133-6 £ 30.00, $ 50.00, Can. $ 57.00

Size 91/2 x 12 in. (24 x 30 cm) dual-language edition (English-French), 192 pages 180 colour illustrations, hardcover ISBN 978-88-572-0323-2 £ 50.00, $ 75.00, Can. $ 85.00

Size 91/2 x 12 in. (24 x 30 cm) 352 pages, 420 colour illustrations hardcover ISBN 978-88-572-2688-0 £ 45.00, $ 70.00, Can. $ 70.00

Gianfranco Ferré

Gianfranco Ferré

Future Roots

Italian Glamour

Size 61/2 x 12 in. (16.5 x 30 cm) dual-language edition (English-Italian), 330 pages 97 colour illustrations, paperback ISBN 978-88-572-2346-9 £ 35.00, $ 60.00, Can. $ 60.00

Size 12 x 153/4 in. (30 x 40 cm) 144 pages, 56 b/w illustrations hardcover ISBN 978-88-572-1257-9 £ 50.00, $ 80.00, Can. $ 92.00

Size 93/4 x 11 in. (25 x 28 cm) 320 pages, 700 colour illustrations hardcover ISBN 978-88-572-2428-2 £ 39.95, $ 65.00, Can. $ 65.00

photographs by Frederic Aranda texts by Christine Suppes, foreword by Ken Downing

Drawings Fondazione Gianfranco Ferré designed by Luca Stoppini texts by Rita Airaghi, Giusi Ferré Size 61/2 x 12 in. (16.5 x 30 cm) dual-language edition (English-Italian), 456 pages 377 colour illustrations, paperback ISBN 978-88-572-0641-7 £ 50.00, $ 80.00, Can. $ 93.00

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Bally

Vitale Barberis Canonico, 1663–2013 Bruce Boyer photographs by Fredi Marcarini

The White Shirt according to Me edited by Rita Airaghi artistic director Luca Stoppini

Equilibrium edited by Stefania Ricci and Sergio Risaliti

Hogan edited by Donatella Sartorio, photographs by Ornella Sancassani

Inspiration and Vision edited by Stefania Ricci and Sergio Risaliti

Nadia Tazi, Daniel Rey photographs by Graziano Villa with an introduction by P. Berger

Marilyn

edited by Stefania Ricci and Sergio Risaliti Size 91/2 x 11 in. (24 x 28 cm) 320 pages, 280 colour illustrations hardcover ISBN 978-88-572-1418-4 £ 34.95, $ 55.00, Can. $ 55.00

School Projects Alberto Lattuada

Size 71/2 x 13 in. (19 x 33 cm) 184 pages, 144 colour and 13 b/w illustrations, hardcover ISBN 978-88-572-1846-5 £ 40.00, $ 65.00, Can. $ 65.00

The Wardrobe of Dreams edited by Masolino d’Amico, Silvia d’Amico, Caterina d’Amico, and Dino Trappetti

The Essence of Italian Fashion. From the Postwar Years to the Present Day. The Enrico Quinto and Paolo Tinarelli Collection

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Design, Decorative and Applied Arts

edited by Josh Sims with a preface by Sir Stirling Moss texts by Simon De Burton, Nick Trott, Jonathan Bell and Josh Sims

Specifications size 101/2 x 101/2 in. (26 x 26 cm) 208 pages 200 colour illustrations hardcover ISBN 978-88-572-3178-5 £ 48.00, $ 60.00, Can. $ 60.00

The extraordinary jewellery made by the famous international fashion house and its masters. An Italian story

The complete history of the globally-renowned British luxury sports car brand

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• With 100 stunning colour images, this volume explains the forces behind Aston Martin as a world-leading car make combining tradition and modernization. • This large-format volume celebrates the cars’ speed, durability, reliability, sophistication, leading technology, and sporting nature. • A rich and prestigious heritage defines Aston Martin as something truly unique within automotive history.

• A century of history of goldsmith art. • The “Buccellati style”, a goldsmith’s legend.

he story behind the iconic prowess and spirit of this great enterprise is introduced in the preface by Sir Stirling Moss. By recounting his career as a race driver for Aston Martin, he sheds light on the development in style, technology, force, and sophistication that led the maker to acquire its legendary status. The chapter “Heritage” provides an engaging historical account of the car make; “Technology” reveals Aston Martin’s aim to push technological boundaries while committing to craftsmanship; “Design” closely examines the interior and exterior stylistic innovations and influence on the public perception of the car make; “People” focuses on key figures David King, Marek Reichman, Ulrich Bez, and Ian Minards; “Legend” explores the public’s perception of Aston Martin through the influence of James Bond, cinema, curiosities, communications, and marketing.

Sir Stirling Moss is considered one of the greatest all-around racing drivers in the history of motor sports. Nick Trott is the editor of Evo, a magazine dedicated to performance cars. Simon de Burton is a journalist and author of the New Motorcycle Year Book series. Jonathan Bell writes about design, architecture, and technology. Josh Sims is a lifestyle journalist and editor. 96

The Treasures of the Gianmaria Buccellati Foundation

Specifications size 12 x 121/2 in. (30 x 32 cm) 252 pages 424 colour illustrations hardcover ISBN 978-88-572-3436-6 £ 75.00, $ 100.00, Can. $ 135.00

Design, Decorative and Applied Arts

Aston Martin

his book illustrates a century in the history of goldsmith art through the treasures of the Buccellati Foundation designed by Mario and Gianmaria Buccellati, heirs to the illustrious Italian tradition which flourished during the Renaissance. By following the Renaissance canons Mario Buccellati, defined by Gabriele d’Annunzio as the “prince of goldsmiths”, created his works, reinterpreting them in a very personal, unique and easily recognizable way. He deserves credit for having made the “Buccellati style” famous around the world, appreciated by members of the ruling houses, by popes and by intellectuals. With a peculiar foresight and sense of philanthropy, in 2008 Gianmaria Buccellati decided to found his own foundation to promote the aesthetic values, the know-how and the story of Buccellati in the world. The Foundations Collection is made of an exclusive variety of jewels, objects of art and original drawings by Mario and Gianmaria Buccellati. Each piece expresses their unique talents in using antique goldsmithing techniques and their deep knowledge of art, which always inspired them to draw new designs.

Gianmaria Buccellati (Milan, 1929-2015), following in his father’s footsteps, has been able to look with great interest to the various artistic expressions of Antiquity, the Renaissance, the Baroque and Rococo that represent for him an inexhaustible source of inspiration, offering motifs and themes to rework and to be applied to different types of precious artefacts. 97


Design, Decorative and Applied Arts

Swan. A Unique Story Through 50 Years of Yachting Evolution

Giampiero Bosoni

edited by Bianca Ascenti; with a text by Matthew Sheahan

A detailed monograph on a key international protagonist of architecture and design in the 20th century

The world’s most glorious sailing yacht company in this official book published for the company’s fiftieth anniversary

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or close to half a century, Nautor’s Swan has been the true sailor’s choice, designing and building luxurious, high-performance yachts in northern Finland. The value of a Swan is derived from the company’s strong heritage, skilled craftsmen, and pursuit of excellence in every aspect of the build. From the design process to production, the best-quality materials and innovative technology are used to deliver the most elegant and safest sailing yachts in the world. Impeccable hull lines, nimble performance, and uncompromising comfort are the trademarks of a Swan’s design.

• The book contains essays by the architect Norman Foster, the artist Arnaldo Pomodoro and Joseph Rykwert, one of the best-known critics and historians of architecture.

• The official book of a legend of the sea. A must-have for true sailors! • Nearly 200 stunning photographs of models and regattas.

Giampiero Bosoni, is an architect and full professor of History of Design and Interior Architecture at the Politecnico di Milano’s School of Design. He has worked with Figini and Pollini, Vittorio Gregotti and Enzo Mari.

Bianca Ascenti, journalist and author, contributes to the most influential boating and lifestyle magazines, following the major international competitions. Matthew Sheahan is head of performance sailing for the TV production company Sunset + Vine, where he is the producer of The World Sailing Show.

From Tapestry to Fiber Art The Lausanne Biennials 1962 to 1995

Stile Ducati A Visual History of Ducati Design

Giselle Eberhard Cotton, Magali Junet; texts by E. Rochat, J. Jefferies, O. Contamin, M. Kowalewska, J. Porter, K. Kawashima

Over thirty years of European tapestry art Specifications size 93/4 x 93/4 in. (25 x 25 cm) 224 pages, 150 colour and 60 b/w illustrations hardcover ISBN 978-88-572-3471-7 £ 45.00, $ 60.00, Can. $ 80.00

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svaldo Borsani enjoyed an immensely productive career that ran from the late 1920s, with furniture design straddling the age of Art Déco and the first manifestations of Rationalism in Italy to the period, from the mid-1950s through to the early ’80s, in which the highly industrial designs of the products and systems he developed for his own Tecno furniture company earned international acclaim. For those sixty years, Osvaldo cut a lone and unconventional path that proved revolutionary in the history of Italy’s world-famous design scene.

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Specifications size 14 x 113/4 in. (36.5 x 28.5 cm) 322 pages 243 colour illustrations hardcover ISBN 978-88-572-3181-5 £ 70.00, $ 90.00, Can. $ 120.00

Design, Decorative and Applied Arts

Specifications size 11 x 11 in. (28 x 28 cm) 608 pages, 1217 colour and b/w illustrations hardcover ISBN 978-88-572-3671-1 £ 85.00, $ 120.00, Can. $ 155.00

Osvaldo Borsani Architect, Designer, Entrepreneur

The official publication Ducati, a proud representative of Made in Italy, dedicates to its 90th anniversary

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t the end of World War II, the art of tapestry experienced a new boom and throughout Europe national workshops and factories were renewed. By organizing the International Tapestry Biennials in 1962, the city of Lausanne (Switzerland) came to be recognised as the capital of contemporary textile art and the centre of the New Tapestry movement. Illustrated with more than 100 works and views of rooms, most of them unpublished, the book testifies to the impact and vitality of these exhibitions (16 editions, more than 600 artists from all over the world, 911 works exhibited) and their impact abroad. The historical research carried out by the Toms Pauli Foundation, heir to the International Center for Ancient and Modern Tapestry, is enriched by the essays of specialists from four countries with a textile tradition: France, Poland, the United States and Japan.

he official book to discover Ducati’s world: ninety years of passion and performance. Founded on 4 July 1926, almost like a dream, thanks to three brothers (Adriano, Bruno and Marcello Cavalieri Ducati) supported by their father Antonio, Ducati has become a factory of emotions in the shape of motorcycles, the sheer and utmost expression of refined technique, unmistakable design and passion. The essence of Italian style is manifest on each creation. Curvy forms, slender and seducing shapes of timeless style, which for ninety years now has represented the dream of motorcyclists around the world and narrates a story crowned by countless successes, regarding both technique and sports. The history of Ducati is now narrated in a photographic book, which covers the style and design of the motorcycles that wrote it. A collector’s item, don’t miss out!

• The first book dedicated to the Lausanne International Tapestry Biennials. • The pivotal role of Lausanne in the New Tapestry Movement after World War II.

• 90 years of Ducati: an unrivaled record of innovation, Italian style and sport victories since 1926.

Specifications size 111/2 x 141/2 in. (29 x 36.5 cm) 240 pages 220 colour illustrations hardcover ISBN 978-88-572-3277-5 £ 70.00, $ 85.00, Can. $ 115.00

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Design, Decorative and Applied Arts

Cleto Munari and Friends Marco Fazzini Size 91/2 x 91/2 in. (24 x 24 cm) 248 pages, 319 colour illustrations hardcover ISBN 978-88-572-1752-9 £ 34.95, $ 55.00, Can. $ 55.00

BMW Motorcycles of the Century Guide to Models 1923–2000 Claudio Somazzi and Massimo Bonsignori Size 91/2 x 11 in. (24 x 28 cm) 272 pages, 475 colour and 36 b/w illustrations, hardcover ISBN 978-88-572-1954-7 £ 39.95, $ 60.00, Can. $ 60.00

The Artist as Jeweler

From Picasso to Jeff Koons edited by Diane Venet, essays by Adrien Goetz and Barbara Rose Size 93/4 x 93/4 in. (25 x 25 cm) 240 pages, 220 colour illustrations hardcover ISBN 978-88-572-1156-5 £ 45.00, $ 70.00, Can. $ 80.00

Caimi Brevetti Being Design

edited by Aldo Colonetti Size 91/2 x 11 in. (24 x 28 cm) 208 pages, 350 colour illustrations hardcover ISBN 978-88-572-3495-3 £ 40.00, $ 50.00, Can. $ 67.50

Asian Jewellery

Ethnic Rings, Bracelets, Necklaces, Earrings, Belts, Head Ornaments Bérénice Geoffroy-Schneiter

Best in Show

Italian Car Masterpieces from the Lopresto Collection edited by Andrea Cittadini; texts by Michele P. Casiraghi

Size 9 x 11 in. (24 x 28 cm) 312 pages, 261 colour illustrations flexibound ISBN 978-88-572-0870-1 £ 29.95, $ 45.00, Can. $ 51.00

Size 11 x 11 in. (28 x 30 cm) 204 pages, 175 colour and 20 b/w illustrations, hardcover ISBN 978-88-572-2689-7 £ 55.00, $ 90.00, Can. $ 90.00

Cartier Time Art

Cartier Time Art

Size 9 x 9 in. (24 x 24 cm) 268 pages, 233 colour illustrations hardcover, £ 50.00 Chinese edition ISBN 978-88-572-2460-2 not available in US / Canada

Size 9 x 9 in. (24 x 24 cm) 240 pages, 290 colour illustrations hardcover ISBN 978-88-572-0965-4 E -1017-9 RU, -1016-2 AR -1051-3 C, -1053-7 K £ 30.00, $ 80.00, Can. $ 48.00

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Mechanics of Passion Jack Forster, photographs by Laziz Hamani 1/2

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Mechanics of Passion Jack Forster, photographs by Laziz Hamani 1/2

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LaFerrari

Mannequins Bonaveri

The Merchant of Clouds

Size 91/2 x 121/2 in. (24.5 x 32 cm) 360 pages, 684 colour and b/w illustrations hardcover ISBN 978-88-572-3180-8 £ 50.00, $ 70.00, Can. $ 95.00

Size 91/2 x 121/2 in. (24 x 32 cm) dual-language edition (English-Italian), 248 pages 188 colour and 50 b/w illustrations hardcover ISBN 978-88-572-1478-8 £ 45.00, $ 70.00, Can. $ 70.00

Size 91/2 x 11 in. (24 x 28 cm) dual-language edition (English-Arabic), 296 pages 276 colour illustrations hardcover ISBN 978-88-572-2991-1 £ 32.00, $ 50.00, Can. $ 50.00

Pearls

Scavolini 1961>2011

Tecno

Treasures of the Mughals and the Maharajas

Size 91/2 x 11 in. (24 x 28 cm) 336 pages, 250 colour illustrations hardcover ISBN 978-88-572-0088-0 Arabic edition ISBN 978-88-572-0404-8 £ 55.00, $ 85.00, Can. $ 85.00

Size 9 x 11 in. (24 x 28 cm) 200 pages, 350 colour illustrations hardcover ISBN 978-88-572-0631-8 £ 45.00, $ 65.00, Can. $ 65.00

Dynamic Art edited by Moreno Gentili Size 91/2 x 91/2 in. (24 x 24 cm) 144 pages, 92 colour illustrations paperback ISBN 978-88-572-1956-1 £ 22.50, $ 35.00, Can. $ 35.00

The General Catalogue Hubert Bari and David Lam

The Long Life of Design in Italy

B&B Italia 50 Years and Beyond Stefano Casciani, with texts by F. de Bortoli, Renzo Piano, D. Sudjic

50 Years of Kitchens “The best seller from Italy” edited by Massimo Martignoni 1/2

A History of Creativity Fashion and Art Gianluca Bauzano

A Descreetly Technical Elegance edited by Giampiero Bosoni Size 91/2 x 11 in. (24 x 28 cm) 336 pages, 532 colour and 44 b/w illustrations, hardcover ISBN 978-88-572-0984-5 £ 65.00, $ 105.00, Can. $ 120.00

The Creative Austerity in Today’s Advertising Art Directors Club Italia

Size 8 x 11 in. (20.7 x 28 cm) 328 pages, 381 colour illustrations paperback ISBN 978-88-572-1774-1 £ 55.00, $ 85.00, Can. $ 85.00 1/2

H Hangar Design Group Hangar Design Group

Dream Pools

Enchanting pools of Italy’s Emerald Coast Nico and Giovanni Maria Filigheddu edited by Adriano Asara Size 11 x 11 in. (28 x 28 cm) dual-language edition (E-I) 184 pages, 160 illustrations hardcover ISBN 978-88-572-2417-6 £ 39.95, $ 68.00, Can. $ 68.00

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French Design

Creativity as Tradition Alain Lardet, Anne Bony Size 9 x 11 in. (24 x 28 cm) 280 pages, 250 colour illustrations hardcover ISBN 978-88-572-1409-2 £ 40.00, $ 65.00, Can. $ 74.00 1/2

Goodwood Revival

Guzzini

Size 101/4 x 133/4 in. (26 x 35 cm) 204 pages, 106 colour illustrations hardcover ISBN 978-88-572-2293-6 £ 39.95, $ 65.00, Can. $ 65.00

Size 9 x 11 in. (24 x 28 cm) dual-language edition (English-Italian), 200 pages 162 colour illustrations, hardcover ISBN 978-88-572-1407-8 £ 34.95, $ 55.00, Can. $ 62.00

Uli Weber with a foreword by the Earl of March and Kinrara

Infinite Italian Design Moreno Gentili 1/2

Twentieth-century Fabrics European and American Designers and Manufactures edited by Doretta Davanzo Poli

Size 91/2 x 11 in. (24 x 28 cm) 288 pages, 300 colour and 20 b/w illustrations, hardcover ISBN 978-88-7624-462-X £ 45.00, $ 90.00, Can. $ 115.00

Twentieth-century Jewellery

From Art Nouveau to Contemporary Design in Europe and the United States Alba Cappellieri Size 91/2 x 11 in. (24 x 28 cm) 288 pages, 300 colour and 20 b/w illustrations, hardcover ISBN 978-88-6130-532-8 £ 60.00, $ 85.00, Can $ 106.00

Size 61/2 x 91/2 in. (16.5 x 24 cm) 512 pages, 280 colour illustrations paperback ISBN 978-88-572-0628-8 £ 40.00, $ 65.00, Can. $ 65.00

Luceplan Worldwide

edited by R. Guadagno, P. Vicenzi Size 61/2 x 81/2 in. (16.5 x 21 cm) 296 pages, 400 colour illustrations paperback, ISBN 978-88-572-0023-1 £ 20.00, $ 35.00, Can. $ 45.00

Studio65: 50 Years of Future Maria Cristina Didero and Franco Audrito

Design, Decorative and Applied Arts

Art Carpets

The Al Thani Collection exhibition curated by Amin Jaffer Size 91/2 x 11 in. (24 x 28 cm) 392 pages, 388 colour illustrations hardcover ISBN 978-88-572-3594-3 £ 50.00, $ 70.00, Can. $ 95.00

The Magic Carpet

Art for the hotels of the Engadine 1850–1914 Dora Lardelli Size 91/2 x 11 in. (24 x 28 cm) German edition, 300 pages 350 colour and b/w illustrations hardcover ISBN 978-88-572-0674-5 £ 57.00 not available in US / Canada

Magnificence and Grandeur of the Royal Houses in Europe edited by Catherine Arminjon

Size 9 x 12 in. (23 x 28.5 cm) 400 pages, 620 colour and b/w illustrations, hardcover ISBN 978-88-572-1117-6 £ 45.00, $ 70.00, Can. $ 80.00

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Food & Wine

edited by Walter Filiputti

Eugenio Alberti Schatz photographs by Massimo Listri

Specifications size 81/4 x 91/4 in. (21 x 28 cm) 480 pages 500 colour illustrations hardcover ISBN 978-88-572-2623-1 £ 42.00, $ 60.00, Can. $ 80.00

An exclusive look inside the 5-star luxury hotel and residence in the capital of Qatar

The modern history of Italian wine, which began between the 1960s and early 1970s, narrated by its main protagonists

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he modern history of Italian wine began between the late 1960s and early 1970s. It represents the most beautiful accomplishment ever obtained by Italian agriculture, transforming simple farmers into entrepreneurs whose bottles are now found around the world. The ability for renewal was extraordinary: from oenology to viticulture, from management models to marketing as well as communication. An all-Italian story of hard work and creativity that has never been told before takes shape with all of its fascinating complexity and variety through its men and women, vintners and wines: from the so-called renaissance of Italian wine and its protagonists to innovation of all kinds, up to defining a geography of Italian wine, with key wineries from the 1960s to today. • A complete survey of the history of Italian wine, its protagonists and beautiful landscapes. • Divided into three sections (“The Renaissance of Italian Wine”, “Italian Wine. Innovation” and “The Geography of Italian Wine”), the volume takes the reader on a journey into the multifaceted world of Italian wine. • With exceptional production value and quality content, this is the perfect gift for wine enthusiasts and bon vivants. • The book is devoted to all Italian vintners, in particular to Luigi Veronelli, the philosopher behind the “renaissance of Italian wine” and the man who popularized it and designed the architecture of its thought. Walter Filiputti is a journalist and writer specialized in food and wine.

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Marsa Malaz Kempinsky Precious Jewel on the Sea

Travel

The Modern History of Italian Wine

Specifications size 121/3 x 121/2 in. (30 x 32 cm) dual-language edition (English-Arabic) 192 pages 100 colour illustrations hardcover ISBN 978-88-572-3318-5 £ 65.00, $ 85.00, Can. $ 110.00

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arsa Malaz Kempinski is located at The Pearl-Qatar, the unmistakable man-made island off the coast of Doha. It showcases the finest European architecture, combined with traditional Arab elements in all of its 281 luxurious rooms, including 69 suites, 2 Presidential suites and 2 Royal suites. The private beach reserved for guests is 150 metres long. From the exterior, the enchanted castle is a profusion of terraces, balconies, walkways, domes of all sizes, façades that advance and recede kaleidoscopically, a multi-faceted village with a medieval aura. The hotel boasts 37 domes that embellish and anchor the construction to the Arab tradition. Architect Ibrahim Mohamed Jaidah took his inspiration from two sources: the city of Venice (for centuries the fulcrum of trade between the Christian West and the Arab East) and the Arabian Deco style, very fashionable in the 1950s and 1960s, which introduced a series of new decorative motifs to the Gulf region. The hotel strongly focuses on design and detail, with over 3,000 pieces of handcrafted glasses and over 9,000 pieces of handcrafted chinaware created especially for Marsa Malaz Kempinski. • The first photographic book on one of the world’s most prestigious hotels. • Stunning exterior and interior photographs. • The first ultra-luxury hotel opens its doors to readers. Eugenio Alberti Schatz, expert in communications and public relations, is the author of travel accounts and critical texts on art and photography. With Skira he published Hotel Danieli (2013) and Beyond the Chef (2013).

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Cultures and Civilizations

edited by J.P. Desroche, Wang Yuegong, Lyiong Liu, Elisseeff Danielle

The amazing Forbidden City: life of the Emperors and Empresses of China Specifications size 111/4 x 7 in. (28,5 x 22,5 cm) dual-language edition (English-French) 320 pages 300 colour illustrations hardcover ISBN 978-2-37074-056-4 £ 29.95, $ 40.00, Can. $ 55.00

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he book brings together some 200 remarkable exhibits, from the former palace of the emperors and loans from major European and American collections. The Forbidden City is one of the most impressive palace complexes, and the world’s most popular tourist venue; built between 1406 and 1420, it became the cradle of power for the Manchu dynasty for almost three centuries. The book highlights different aspects of Qing life (1644–1911), the last imperial dynasty, and endeavours to discover the personality of the Chinese emperors through selected works and writings.

African Art Ezio Bassani

Size 8 x 12 in. (21 x 31.2 cm) 304 pages, 297 colour illustrations hardcover ISBN 978-88-572-0869-5 £ 45.00, $ 70.00, Can. $ 70.00 1/2

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Akbar

The Great Emperor of India 1542–1605 Gian Carlo Calza Size 91/2 x 11 in. (24 x 28 cm) 288 pages, 208 colour and 148 b/w illustrations, hardcover ISBN 978-88-572-1525-9 £ 38.00, $ 60.00, Can. $ 60.00

Al-Fann. Art from the Islamic Civilization

from The al-Sabah Collection edited by Giovanni Curatola entries by M. Keene and S Kaoukji Size 91/2 x 11 in. (24 x 28 cm) Arabic edition, 344 pages 510 colour and illustrations hardcover ISBN 978-88-572-3704-6, £ 55.00 not available in US / Canada

Armenia

Imprints of a Civilization Gabriella Uluhogian, Boghos Levon Zekiyan, Vartan Karapetian Size 91/2 x 11 in. (24 x 28 cm) 408 pages, 369 colour illustrations hardcover ISBN 978-88-572-1244-9 £ 48.00, $ 75.00, Can. $ 85.00

Cultures and Civilizations

The Forbidden City in Monaco Imperial Court Life in China

• A rediscovery of the culture of Imperial China for all Asian arts enthusiasts. • A collection of masterpieces from major international institutions. Jean-Paul Desroches, honorary general curator at the Musée Guimet in Paris, is a French researcher and sinologist. Wang Yuegong is director of the Imperial Court Life Department at the Forbidden City. Lyiong Liu works at the Imperial Court Life Department at the Forbidden City. Elisseeff Danielle is a China history specialist.

Egypt. Millenary Splendour The Leiden Collection in Bologna edited by Paola Giovetti and Daniela Picchi

Over 500 archeological objects from the Egyptian collections of two important museums Specifications size 91/2 x 121/2 in. (24 x 31.5 cm) 592 pages 531 colour illustrations hardcover ISBN 978-88-572-3015-3 £ 55.00, $ 80.00, Can. $ 100.00

Cleopatra

The Furusiyya Art Foundation Collection Bashir Mohamed

y la fascinación de Egipto (Cleopatra and the Fascination of Egypt) Giovanni Gentile

Size 10 x 12 in. (25 x 30 cm) 432 pages, 569 colour illustrations hardcover ISBN 978-88-7624-877-1 £ 55.00, $ 100.00, Can. $ 129.00

size 91/2 x 11 in. (24 x 28 cm) Spanish edition, 320 pages 400 colour illustrations, paperback ISBN 978-88-572-3078-8 € 28,00

Heritage of Art Diplomacy

A Journey into the World of the Ottomans

Discovering Tibet

The Tucci Expeditions and Tibetan Paintings Deborah Klimburg-Salter Size 9 x 11 in. (24 x 28 cm) 292 pages, 154 colour and 76 b/w illustrations, hardcover ISBN 978-88-572-2251-6 £ 36.00, $ 55.00, Can. $ 55.00 1/2

Egypt and the Pharaohs edited by Patrizia Piacentini

Size 91/2 x 121/4 in. (24 x 30.5 cm) 2 volumes, 416 pages 370 colour and b/w illustrations paperback with slipcase ISBN 978-88-572-0834-3 £ 70.00, $ 105.00, Can. $ 120.00

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he Rijksmuseum van Oudheden in Leiden and the Museo Civico Archeologico in Bologna can be considered “twins” due to their similar traditions, international prestige, and archeological legacies, but their Egyptian collections (both museums hold important masterpieces from the same area of the Saqqara necropolis) are what they share most in common. This book celebrates the museums’ intense and fruitful collaboration through the display of over 500 finds spanning the entire arc of Egyptian civilization, from the Predynastic to the Roman period. • The comparison between two important Egyptian collections is a new topic. • A great overview of ancient Egypt’s civilization in a reference work.

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The Arts of the Muslim Knight

Daniela Picchi is curator of the Egyptian Department at the Archaeological Museum of Bologna and teaches Egyptology at the University of Ravenna. Paola Giovetti is technical director of the Archaeological Museum of Bologna.

Memoirs of an Ambassador edited by Olga Nefedova

Size 91/2 x 11 in. (24 x 28 cm) English edition, 160 pages 162 colour illustrations, hardcover ISBN 978-88-572-1841-0 ISBN 978-88-572-1843-4 Arab ed. £ 55.00 not available in US / Canada

The Art of Jean-Baptiste Vanmour Olga Nefedova Size 91/2 x 11 in. (24 x 28 cm) 240 pages, 200 colour illustrations hardcover ISBN 978-88-6130-796-4 £ 32.50, $ 60.00, Can. $ 72.00

Musée du Quai Branly

The Collection. Art from Africa, Asia, Oceania, and the Americas edited by Yves Le Fur Size 91/2 x 113/4 in. (24 x 30 cm) 480 pages, 300 colour illustrations hardcover ISBN 978-2-37074-007-6 £ 50.00, $ 95.00, Can. $ 116.00

Bartholomäus Schachman (1559–1614). The Art of Travel edited by Olga Nefedova

Size 11 x 11 in. (28 x 28 cm) English edition, 318 pages 300 colour illustrations, hardcover ISBN 978-88-572-1464-1 ISBN 978-88-572-1465-8 Arab ed. £ 60.00, $ 100.00, Can. $ 114.00

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Ancient Art

Ancient Art

Animali

Tiere und Fabelwesen von der Antike bis zur Neuzeit edited by Luca Tori and Aline Steinbrecher Size 91/2 x 11 in. (24 x 28 cm) German edition, 304 pages 151 colour illustrations, paperback ISBN 978-88-572-1602-7 £ 42.00 not available in US / Canada / LA

I Caravaggeschi The Caravaggesque Painters A catalogue of the Artists and Works edited by Alessandro Zuccari

Size 9 x 11 in. (24 x 28 cm) Italian edition, 2 volumes 864 pages, 700 colour and b/w illustrations, hardcover with slipcase ISBN 978-88-8491-282-4 £ 315.00, $ 500.00, Can $ 500.00 1/2

Leonardo da Vinci

1452–1519 The Design of the World edited by Piero C. Marani and Maria Teresa Fiorio Size 9 x 12 in. (24 x 30 cm) 616 pages, 440 colour illustrations hardcover ISBN 978-88-572-2473-2 £ 50.00, $ 75.00, Can. $ 75.00 1/2

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Arcimboldo

1527-1593 edited by Sylvia Ferino-Pagden

Bramantino

The Renaissance in Lombardy edited by Mauro Natale

Size 91/2 x 11 in. (24 x 28 cm) 320 pages, 345 colour and 40 b/w illustrations, hardcover ISBN 978-88-6130-379-9 £ 39.95, $ 65.00, Can. $ 65.00

Size 91/2 x 11 in. (24 x 28 cm) 400 pages, 259 colour illustrations hardcover ISBN 978-88-572-2369-8 £ 34.95, $ 60.00, Can. $ 60.00

Caravaggio

Georges de La Tour

edited by Rossella Vodret and Francesco Buranelli Size 91/2 x 11 in. (24 x 28 cm) 248 pages, 70 colour and 4 b/w illustrations, hardcover ISBN 978-88-572-0458-1 £ 43.00, $ 70.00, Can $ 83.00

The Adoration of the Shepherds. Christ with Saint Joseph in the Carpenter’s Shop edited by Valeria Merlini, Daniela Storti, Dimitri Salmon Size 9 x 11 in. (24 x 28 cm) 216 pages, 190 colour illustrations hardcover ISBN 978-88-572-1302-6 £ 29.95, $ 50.00, Can. $ 57.00 1/2

Pieter Bruegel the Elder at the Kunsthistorisches Museum in Vienna edited by Wilfried Seipel

Size 91/2 x 11 in. (24 x 28 cm) 160 pages, 120 colour illustrations hardcover ISBN 978-88-8118-320-3 £ 34.95, $ 65.00, Can. $ 84.00

Drawings for Paintings

in the Age of Rembrandt Ger Luijten, Peter Schatborn, Arthur K. Wheelock, Jr. Size 9 x 12 in. (24 x 30 cm) 332 pages, 288 colour illustrations hardcover ISBN 978-88-572-3152-5 £ 50.00, $ 65.00, Can. $ 85.00 1/2

Leonardo

Flowers

Food

Size 91/2 x 11 in. (24 x 28 cm) 320 pages, 253 colour and 65 b/w illustrations, hardcover ISBN 978-88-7624-574-9 £ 50.00, $ 80.00, Can. $ 80.00

Size 71/2 x 71/2 in. (19 x 19 cm) 80 pages, 40 colour illustrations hardcover ISBN 978-2-37074-008-3 £ 9.95, $ 19.95, Can. $ 24.95

Size 71/2 x 71/2 in. (19 x 19 cm) 80 pages, 40 colour illustrations hardcover ISBN 978-2-37074-009-0 £ 9.95, $ 19.95, Can. $ 24.95

and the artes mechanicae edited by Romano Nanni

in the Louvre Béatrice Vingtrinier, Michel Lis

Mantegna

SkiraMiniARTbooks Size 5 x 6 in. (13.5 x 17 cm) 96 pages, 50 colour illustrations paperback ISBN 978-88-572-0540-3 £ 4.99 not available in US / Canada / LA 1/3

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The Medals of the Dassiers

of Geneva. Lustrous images from the Enlightenment William Eisler

Size 91/2 x 11 in. (24 x 28 cm) dual-language edition (E-F) 240 pages, 60 colour and 720 b/w illustrations, hardcover ISBN 978-88-572-0507-6 £ 34.95, $ 60.00, Can. $ 60.00

Raphael

Titian

Size 51/3 x 61/2 in. (13.5 x 17 cm) 96 pages, 50 colour illustrations paperback ISBN 978-88-572-0537-3 £ 4.99 not available in US / Canada / LA

Size 51/3 x 61/2 in. (13.5 x 17 cm) 96 pages, 50 colour illustrations paperback ISBN 978-88-572-0539-7 £ 4.99 not available in US / Canada / LA

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Piero della Francesca

The Legend of the True Cross in the Church of San Francesco in Arezzo C. Bertelli and A.M. Maetzke Size 91/2 x 11 in. (24 x 28 cm) 340 pages, 260 colour and b/w illustrations, hardcover ISBN 978-88-8491-023-3 £ 39.00, $ 65.00, Can. $ 79.00

Antonio and Piero del Pollaiuolo

“Silver and Gold, Painting and Bronze...” edited by Andrea Di Lorenzo and Aldo Galli Size 81/4 x 113/4 in. (21 x 29.7 cm) 288 pages, 184 colour and 19 b/w illustrations, hardcover ISBN978-88-572-2474-9 £ 29.00, $ 50.00, Can. $ 50.00

The Condé Museum at the Château de Chantilly The Paintings Collection Nicole Garnier-Pelle

Size 91/2 x 121/4 in. (24 x 31 cm) 296 pages, 230 colour illustrations hardcover ISBN 978-2-37074-005-2 £ 55.00, $ 85.00, Can. $ 104.00

in the Louvre Yves Pinard, Paul Bocuse

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Architecture

Luca Molinari

Specifications size 61/2 x 81/2 in. (17 x 21 cm) 320 pages, 235 colour and 47 b/w illustrations flexibound ISBN 978-88-572-0473-4 £ 25.00, $ 38.95, Can. $ 38.95

The leading movements, major figures, works and ideas that shaped the architecture of the twentieth century, one of the richest and most complex periods in human history

A

360-degree review of the architectural developments of the twentieth century, Architecture. Movements and Trends from the 19th Century to the Present retraces the history of the best-known groups and movements, as well as underlining the powerful influence of trends such as Totalitarian Architecture, Tropical Architecture, Social-Realist Architecture, Blob Architecture and Neo-Vernacular, all of which played a significant role in the rise and evolution of modern trends in the discipline. In tackling a highly complex century characterized by the rise of globalization, this exhaustive overview does not confine itself to analyzing architectural trends in Western countries but expands its field of vision to include world architecture as well. A comprehensive study and research tool, the book is divided into chapters devoted to each individual movement, with a selection of critical essays and photographs of the most important works and projects. Lastly, a brief thematic bibliography and other research tools make this book an indispensable instrument for students of architecture, design and engineering, as well as anyone with a passion for the subject. • Each entry has been written by specialists in the field in a clear, analytical style which makes the history of architecture accessible to non-specialists as well. The architect and critic Luca Molinari has been associate professor of history of contemporary architecture at the University of Naples since 2003, and guest professor at the Guangzhou Academy of Fine Arts (China). He published different volumes in the field of architectural history and theory.

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Architecture

Architecture Movements and Trends from the 19th Century to the Present

An Atlas of Recycled Landscapes

Michela De Poli, Guido Incerti Size 61/2 x 81/2 in. (16.5 x 21 cm) 240 pages, 200 colour illustrations flexibound ISBN 978-88-572-1079-7 £ 29.95, $ 45.00, Can. $ 45.00

Contemporary Public Space Un-volumetric Architecture Aldo Aymonino, Valerio P. Mosco Size 61/2 x 81/2 in. (16.5 x 21 cm) 396 pages, 433 colour and 121 b/w illustrations, flexibound ISBN 978-88-7624-273-1 £ 19.95, $ 34.95, Can. $ 34.95

Naked Architecture Valerio Paolo Mosco

Size 6 x 8 in. (16.5 x 21 cm) 320 pages, 246 colour and 108 b/w illustrations, flexibound ISBN 978-88-572-0472-7 £ 29.95, $ 45.00, Can. $ 51.00 1/2

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Contemporary Museums Antonello Marotta

Size 6 x 8 in. (16.5 x 21 cm) 240 pages, 200 colour illustrations flexibound ISBN 978-88-572-0258-7 £ 29.95, $ 45.00, Can. $ 45.00 1/2

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Dictionary of Today’s Landscape Designers

Pierluigi Nicolin, Francesco Repishti Size 61/2 x 81/2 in. (16.5 x 21 cm) 348 pages, 485 colour and b/w illustrations, flexibound ISBN 978-88-8491-420-0 £ 29.95, $ 19.95, Can. $ 42.00

Federico Delrosso Architects Pushing the Boundaries edited by Porzia Bergamasco

Size 91/2 x 11 in. (24 x 28 cm) dual-language edition (English-Italian), 184 pages 222 colour and 12 b/w illustrations bodonian binding ISBN 978-88-572-1982-0 £ 34.95, $ 55.00, Can. $ 55.00

AEB 1966–2016

Fifty years of architectural design in Qatar Luca Molinari Size 91/2 x 11 in. (24 x 28 cm) 328 pages, 229 colour and 204 b/w illustrations, hardcover ISBN 978-88-572-2880-8 £ 49.95, $ 75.00, Can. $ 75.00

Rafiq Azam

Architecture for Green Living edited by Rosa Maria Falvo; forward by K. Hill; texts by K. K. Ashraf, P. Goad, R. M. Falvo, and M. Islam Size 10 x 12 in. (25 x 30 cm) 336 pages, 328 colour illustrations hardcover ISBN 978-88-572-1780-2 £ 60.00, $ 95.00, Can. $ 95.00

The History of Qatari Architecture

edited by Ibrahim Jaidah and Malika Bourennane Size 91/2 x 11 in. (24 x 28 cm) 336 pages, 1000 duotone illustrations, hardcover ISBN 978-88-6130-793-3 £ 34.99, $ 69.00, Can. $ 69.00

Tadao Ando

Museums Luca Molinari (editor), Tadao Ando Size 91/2 x 11 in. (24 x 28 cm) 240 pages, 226 colour and 34 b/w illustrations, hardcover ISBN 978-88-6130-680-6 £ 50.00, $ 75.00, Can. $ 92.00

Christopher Benninger

Architecture for Modern India edited by Ramprasad Akkisetti and Rosa Maria Falvo Size 93/4 x 11 in. (25 x 28 cm) 384 pages, 692 colour illustrations hardcover ISBN 978-88-572-2687-3 £ 60.00, $ 90.00, Can. $ 90.00

Jansen Campus

Davide Macullo Architects Size 91/2 x 91/2 in. (24 x 24 cm) dual-language edition (English-German), 136 pages 73 colour and 7 b/w illustrations hardcover ISBN 978-88-572-1866-3 £ 24.95 not available in US / Canada

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Architecture

edited by Massimo Zanella

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Sergey Kuznetsov

Architecture Drawings edited by Luca Molinari introductions by Santiago Calatrava and Massimiliano Fuksas Size 11 x 11 in. (28 x 28 cm) 216 pages, 120 colour illustrations hardcover ISBN 978-88-572-2543-2 £ 43.00, $ 70.00, Can. $ 70.00

The Landscape of Waste edited by Alberto Bertagna and Sara Marini

Size 61/2 x 81/2 in. (16.5 x 21 cm) 128 pages, 30 colour and 20 b/w illustrations, paperback ISBN 978-88-572-0852-7 £ 21.00, $ 35.00, Can. $ 40.00

Lightfall. Genealogy of a Museum

Herta and Paul Amir Building, Tel Aviv Museum of Art Preston Scott Cohen Size 91/2 x 11 in. (24 x 28 cm) 224 pages, 170 colour illustrations hardcover ISBN 978-88-572-2692-7 £ 38.00, $ 50.00, Can. $ 67.50

London Dialogues

Serpentine Gallery 24-Hour Interview Marathon Hans Ulrich Obrist, Rem Koolhaas Size 61/2 x 81/2 in. (16.5 x 21 cm) 384 pages, paperback ISBN 978-88-572-0059-0 £ 19.95, $ 29.95, Can. $ 29.95

selection of ten undisputed masterpieces, ten symbols of Milan, from the Renaissance to the contemporary age. The city of Milan encloses some of the most important masterpieces of Italian art. This special guide to the city, published for the 2015 Expo, offers an art historical tour focusing on ten works not to be missed by visitors: Leonardo’s Last Supper, Michelangelo’s Rondanini Pieta, Raphael’s Marriage of the Virgin, Piero della Francesca’s Brera Madonna, Caravaggio’s Basket of Fruit, the Portrait of a Lady attributed to Pollaiolo, Andrea Mantegna’s Lamentation of Christ, but also Francesco Hayez’s Kiss, Giuseppe Pellizza da Volpedo’s Fourth Estate and Umberto Boccioni’s Riot in the Galleria.

Specifications size 6 x 81/3 in. (15 x 21 cm) 80 pages 43 colour illustrations paperback ISBN 978-88-572-2414-5 £ 6.99, $ 10.00, Can. $ 10.00

Miscellaneous

Milan Ten Masterpieces

Milan Highlights Massimo Zanella

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Milan Architecture

The City and Expo Maria Vittoria Capitanucci Size 61/2 x 81/2 in. (16.5 x 21.5 cm) 208 pages, 250 colour illustrations paperback ISBN 978-88-572-2854-9 £ 20.00, $ 30.00, Can. $ 30.00

Milano Porta Nuova

Patrizia Pozzi

Size 91/2 x 12 in. (24 x 30 cm) 360 pages, 449 colour and 34 b/w illustrations, hardcover ISBN 978-88-572-2243-1 £ 45.00, $ 70.00, Can. $ 70.00

Size 61/2 x 81/2 in. (16.5 x 21 cm) dual-language edition (English-Italian), 320 pages 270 colour illustrations, paperback ISBN 978-88-572-1201-2 £ 25.00, $ 40.00, Can. $ 45.00

Gae Aulenti

Diller + Scofidio (+ Renfro)

Italy Rises edited by Luca Molinari and Kelly Russell Catella

Margherita Petranzan Size 63/4 x 81/2 in. (17 x 28 cm) 256 pages, 300 colour and b/w illustrations, paperback ISBN 978-88-8491-591-7, £ 18.95 not available in US / Canada

Barcelona. Architecture, City and Society 1975–2015 Chiara Ingrosso

Size 6 x 8 in. (16.5 x 21 cm) 192 pages, 190 colour illustrations paperback, 978-88-572-0056-9 £ 29.95, $ 45.00, Can. $ 53.00 1/2

99 Domes

Imam Mohammed bin Abdul Wahab Mosque edited by Ibrahim Jaidah Size 93/4 x 113/4 in. (25 x 30 cm) 200 pages, 180 colour illustrations hardcover ISBN 978-88-572-2278-3 £ 34.95, $ 50.00, Can. $ 50.00

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The Blossom Avenue

For better human living M. Facchinetti, M. Dellavalle Size 91/2 x 11 in. (24 x 28 cm) 328 pages, 475 colour and 104 b/w illustrations, hardcover ISBN 978-88-572-2102-1 £ 39.95, $ 65.00, Can. $ 65.00

Contemporary Landscape edited by Luca Molinari

The Ciliary Function Works & Projects 1979–2007 G. Incerti, D. Ricchi, D. Simpson

Size 91/2 x 11 in. (15 x 21 cm) 264 pages, 270 colour and 50 b/w illustrations, hardcover ISBN 978-88-6130-067-5 £ 32.00, $ 39.99, Can. $ 39.99

The Italian Legacy in Washington, D.C.

Architecture, Design, Art and Culture edited by L. Molinari and A. Canepari photographs by M. Mackenzie Size 91/2 x 11 in. (24 x 28 cm) 216 pages, 184 colour illustrations hardcover ISBN 978-88-6130-304-1 £ 40.00, $ 70.00, Can. $ 90.00

Sergei Tchoban

Architecture Drawings edited by Luca Molinari introductions by Santiago Calatrava, Massimiliano Fuksas Size 11 x 11 in. (28 x 28 cm) 220 pages, 120 colour illustrations hardcover ISBN 978-88-572-2542-5 £ 43.00, $ 70.00, Can. $ 70.00

n art city and a fashion, business and nightlife capital, as well as a testing ground for urban planning with the 2015 Expo: with over one hundred photographs, this volume offers a fascinating tour of the architecture, masterpieces and hidden corners of Milan. It provides an all-round view of the city, by taking into account those aspects which make it unique: art, fashion, nightlife, design, historic districts, trivia, the San Siro stadium – a veritable football shrine – and La Scala theatre, a temple to opera. A unique overview of all the aspects that make this city the quintessence of the Italian way of living: art, fashion, style, design.

Specifications size 81/3 x 11 in. (21 x 28 cm) 176 pages 150 colour illustrations paperback ISBN 978-88-572-2412-1 £ 14.95, $ 22.50, Can. $ 22.50

Bernard Khoury

Local Heroes edited by Luca Molinari Size 63/4 x 91/2 in. (17 x 24 cm) 392 pages, 263 colour and 99 b/w illustrations, hardcover ISBN 978-88-572-2295-0 £ 45.00, $ 75.00, Can. $ 75.00

Eric Owen Moss

The Uncertainty of Doing Paola Giaconia Size 61/2 x 81/2 in. (16.5 x 21 cm) 240 pages, 229 colour and 78 b/w illustrations, paperback ISBN 978-88-7624-276-2 £ 16.95, $ 34.95, Can. $ 49.95

Last Words

Gabriele Tinti preface by Derrick de Kerchove, images by Andres Serrano Size 51/2 x 81/4 in. (14 x 21 cm) 96 pages, 8 colour illustrations paperback ISBN 978-88-572-2987-4 £ 12.50, $ 18.95, Can. $ 18.95

The Secret of the Gondola David Alan Brown

Size 5 x 61/2 in. (12.5 x 17 cm) 56 pages, 7 colour and 4 b/w illustrations, hardcover ISBN 978-88-572-1593-8 £ 7.99, $ 12.95, Can. $ 12.95

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Index Fall 2018

Art of the Twentieth Century. Neo Avant-gardes, Postmodern and Global Art 1969-1999 (Vol. 4) 62 Art of the Twentieth Century. The Artistic Culture between the Wars 1920-1945 (Vol. 2) 62 Art of the Twentieth Century. The Avant-garde Movements 1900-1919 (Vol. 1) 62 Art of the Twentieth Century. The Birth of Contemporary Art 1946-1968 (Vol. 3) 62 Arts of the Muslim Knight (The). The Furusiyya Art Foundation Collection 105 Asian Jewellery. Ethnic Rings, Bracelets, Necklaces, Earrings, Belts, Head Ornaments 100 Aston Martin 96 Atkins (Ed) 63 Atlas of Recycled Landscapes (An) 109 Aulenti (Gae) 110 Azam (Rafiq). Architecture for Green Living 109 B Baby Cashmere. The Long Journey of Excellence 39 Bally since 1851 94 Barceló (Miquel) 63 Barcelona. Architecture, City and Society 1975-2015 110 Basquiat (Jean-Michel) 63 Beatles (The) in Comic Strips 63 Belkahia (Farid) 64 Belkahia (Farid) or Art at Liberty 35 Bellamine (Fouad) 64 Benninger (Christopher). Architecture for Modern India 109 Best in Show. Italian Car Masterpieces from the Lopresto Collection 100 Bhavsar (Natvar). Poetics of Color 63 Bianconi (Fulvio) at Venini 41 Bidibidobidiboo. Works from Collezione Sandretto Re Rebaudengo 63 Bieber (Jodi). Between Darkness and Light. Selected Works: South Africa 1994-2010 37 Bloodlines. The Zhang Xiaogang Story 63 Blossom Avenue (The). For better human living 110 BMW Motorcycles of the Century. Guide to Models 1923-2000 100

Body Stages. The Metamorphosis of Loïe Fuller 88 Bonalumi (Agostino). All the Shapes of Space 64 Bonalumi (Agostino). Catalogue Raisonné 79 Borsani (Osvaldo). Architect, Designer, Entrepreneur 98 Bosso (Francesco). Last Diamonds 85 Botero (Fernando). Paintings 1959-2015 64 Bourgeois (Louise). The Fabric Works 64 Braccialini. Bags in Wonderland 94 Bramantino. The Renaissance in Lombardy 106 Brasilier (André) 64 Bruegel (Pieter) the Elder at the Kunsthistorisches Museum in Vienna 106 Bulgari. 125 Years of Italian Magnificence. Grand Palais 94 Burki (Fahd). Works from 2003-2013 63 Burman (Sakti). A Private Universe 63 Burri (Alberto). Black Work 64 Buzzi (Tomaso) at Venini 41 C Cai Guo-Qiang: Saraab 64 Caimi Brevetti. Being Design 100 Caland (Huguette). Everything Takes the Shape of a Person, 1970-78 56 Calderara (Antonio) 1903-1973 64 Capogrossi (Giuseppe). Catalogue raisonné 1920-1949 79 Capote (Yoan) 64 Caravaggeschi (I). The Caravaggesque Painters. A catalogue of the Artists and Works 106 Caravaggio 106 Cartier Time Art. Mechanics of Passion 100 Castellani (Enrico). Catalogue raisonné 1955-2005 79 Chappell (Walter). Eternal Impermanence 88 Che Guevara tú y Todos 18 Children of the Light 88 China. The New Generation 65 Cines de Cuba 86 City for Impressionism (A). Monet, Pissarro and Gauguin in Rouen 65 Clavé (Antoni). Printed Work. Catalogue raisonné 31

Cleopatra y la fascinación de Egipto (Cleopatra and the Fascination of Egypt) 105 Collezione Giuseppe Iannaccone. Volume I. Italy 1920-1945. A New Figurative Art and Narrative of the Self 65 Colombo (Gianni) 65 Condé Museum at the Château de Chantilly. The Paintings Collection 107 Contemporary Museums 109 Contemporary Photography from India and South America. The Tenth Parallel North 88 Contemporary Photography from North-Western Europe 88 Contemporary Photography from the Far East. Asian Dub Photography 88 Contemporary Public Space. Un-volumetric Architecture 109 Contemporary Voices from the Asian and Islamic Art World 65 Creative Austerity in Today’s Advertising (The) 101 D Dark Memories. Gian Paolo Barbieri 88 De Dominicis (Gino). Catalogue raisonné 79 de La Tour (Georges). The Adoration of the Shepherds. Christ with Saint Joseph in the Carpenter’s Shop 106 Delrosso (Federico) Architects. Pushing the Boundaries 109 Dictionary of Today’s Landscape Designers 109 Dietrichson (Espen). Seven Years 32 Diller + Scofidio (+ Renfro). The Ciliary Function. Works & Projects 1979-2007 110 Discovering Tibet. The Tucci Expeditions and Tibetan Paintings 105 Dokoupil 30 Domon Ken. The Master of Japanese Realism 84 Drawings for Paintings in the Age of Rembrandt 106 Dream Pools. Enchanting pools of Italy’s Emerald Coast 100 Du Sens dans l’Utile 42 Dwan (Virginia) and Dwan Gallery 65 Dzubas (Friedel) 65

E Egypt and the Pharaohs 105 Egypt. Millenary Splendour. The Leiden Collection in Bologna 104 El Baz (Mohamed) 64 Electric Fashion 94 Encyclopaedia of the Word. Artist Dialogues. 1968-2008 65 Escalar (Francesco). Glamour ’n Soul 88 F Fabre (Jan). Knight of Despair / Warrior of Beauty 65 Fabre (Jan). Stigmata. Actions & Performances. 1976-2013 65 Fabre (Jan). Tribute to Hiëronymus Bosch in Congo. Tribute to Belgian Congo 66 Fabric (The). Vitale Barberis Canonico, 1663-2013 94 Fangor (Wojciech). Color and Space 66 Fanzhi (Zeng). Catalogue raisonné. Volume I 77 Fatmi (Mounir). Suspect Language 65 Feast of Wonders (A). Sergei Diaghilev and the Ballets Russes 66 Ferragamo (Salvatore). Equilibrium 94 Ferragamo (Salvatore). Inspiration and Vision 94 Ferré (Gianfranco). Drawings 94 Ferré (Gianfranco). The White Shirt according to Me 94 Ferré (Gianfranco). Under Another Light. Jewels and Ornaments 92 Flowers in the Louvre 106 Fontana (Lucio). Catalogue raisonné 79 Fontana (Lucio). Catalogue raisonné of the works on paper 79 FOOD 66 Food in the Louvre 106 Forbidden City in Monaco (The). Imperial Court Life in China 104 French Design. Creativity as Tradition 100 From Tapestry to Fiber Art. The Lausanne Biennials 1962 to 1995 98 FuturBalla. Life Light Speed 53 Future Roots. Hogan 94 G Gastel (Giovanni). Masks and Ghosts 88

Gauguin (Paul). A Savage in the Making. Catalogue raisonné of the Paintings (1873-1888) 79 Genn (Nancy). Architecture from Within 33 Germen (Murat) 88 Ghiyasuddin (Kazi). Contemporary Masters of Bangladesh 66 Gift of Kings (The). The Noblest of Wools 38 Gilbert & George. A Family Collection 66 Glass from Finland in the Bischofberger Collection 41 Glass of the Architects (The). Vienna 1900-1937 41 Glasstress 2017 42 Glasstress New York. New Art from the Venice Biennales 66 Golda and Meyer Marks Cobra Collection. NSU Art Museum Fort Lauderdale 55 Good Dreams, Bad Dreams. American Mythologies. Selections from the Tony and Elham Salamé Collection Aïshti Foundation 66 Goodwood Revival. Uli Weber 100 Great Mother (The). Women, Maternity, and Power in Art and Visual Culture, 1900-2015 67 Group Spirit - Wild Style 67 Guangyi (Wang). Works and Thoughts 1985−2012 67 Gupta (Subodh) 28 Gurholt (Crispin). Live Photo 67 Guzzini. Infinite Italian Design 100 H Hanoi after the War 36 Hawkins (William L.). An Imaginative Geography 56 Henein (Adam) 67 Heritage of Art Diplomacy. Memoirs of an Ambassador 105 Heske (Marianne) 67 Heske (Marianne). Arbeider & Notater. Works & Notes 67 H Hangar Design Group 101 Hiroshige. Visions of Japan 10 Hirst (Damien). Relics 67 Historicode. Scarcity and Supply 67 History of Photography (A). The Musée d’Orsay Collection 1839-1925 89

History of Qatari Architecture (The) 109 History of the Nude (The) 67 Hodgkin (Howard). The Thinking Painter of Embodied Memories 67 Hogarth, Reynolds, Turner. British Painting and the Rise of Modernity 67 Hokusai. The Master’s Legacy 48 Hong Kong Eye. Contemporary Hong Kong Art 61 Hopper (Edward) 68 Hüller (Volker) 68 Hütte (Axel). Fantasmi e Realtà 89

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A Abbagnato (Eleonora) photographed by Massimo Gatti 87 Abedin (Zainul). Great Masters of Bangladesh 62 AEB 1966-2016. Fifty years of architectural design in Qatar 109 African Art 105 Ahmadi (Shiva) 62 Ahmed (Safiuddin). Great Masters of Bangladesh 62 Akbar. The Great Emperor of India 1542-1605 105 Akhavan (Abbas) 62 Alam (Shahidul). My Journey as a Witness 87 Al-Fann. Art from the Islamic Civilization from The al-Sabah Collection 105 Al-Hadid (Diana). Phantom Limb 62 Al Karim (Halim) 64 Al-Salem (Nasser). And It Remains 62 Amazing Shoemaker (The). Fairy tales and legends about shoes and shoemakers 94 American Chronicles. The Art of Norman Rockwell 62 Ando (Tadao). Museums 109 Andric (Ljubodrag). Works 2008-2016 87 Animali. Tiere und Fabelwesen von der Antike bis zur Neuzeit 106 Antonello da Messina 8 Arab. Bedouin of the Desert 87 Arabic Hurufiyya. Art and Identity 62 Araki. Gold 88 Architecture. Movements and Trends from the 19th Century to the Present 108 Arcimboldo 1527-1593 106 Armenia. Imprints of a Civilization 105 Art Carpets. Cleto Munari and Friends 100 Art et Liberté. Rupture, War and Surrealism in Egypt 1938-1948 63 Artist as Jeweler (The). From Picasso to Jeff Koons 100 Art of the Twentieth Century 80 Art of the Twentieth Century. 2000 and Beyond Contemporary Tendencies (Vol. 5) 63 Art of the Twentieth Century and beyond. Movements, Theories, Schools and Tendencies 63

I Igor & Marina 68 Impressionism. SkiraMiniARTbooks 68 Indonesian Eye. Contemporary Indonesian Art 61 Inside Carol Rama 68 Inter 110. FC Internazionale Milano 110th Anniversary 20 In the World. Essays on Contemporary South African Art 31 Into the Heart of the World. La Venta. 25 Years of Exploration 85 Italian Glamour. The Essence of Italian Fashion. From the Postwar Years to the Present Day. The Enrico Quinto and Paolo Tinarelli Collection 94 Italian Legacy in Washington, D.C. (The). Architecture, Design, Art and Culture 110 Italian Portraits. Tod’s 95 Italian Touch. Tod’s 95 Italy of the Cities 68 Iwasaki (Takahiro). Turned Upside Down, It’s a Forest 68 Izu (Kenro). Territories of the Soul 89 J Jalal (Bakhodir). A Line to Eternity 35 Jansen Campus 109 Jansen (Marcus). Decade 68 Jebb (Katerina). Deus ex Machina 68 Jewellery. From Art Nouveau to 3D Printing 24 Jodice (Mimmo). Archipelago of the Ancient World 89 Journey into the World of the Ottomans (A). The Art of Jean-Baptiste Vanmour 105

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L LaFerrari. Dynamic Art 101 Landscape of Waste (The) 110 Lascaux (Élie). A Painter of Poetry 69 Lashai (Farideh) 69 Last Words 111 Legrady (Kata) 69 Legrady (Kata). Bombs and Candies 69 Legrady (Kata). Graphic Works once upon a time... 69 Leonardo and the artes mechanicae 106 Leonardo da Vinci 1452-1519. The Design of the World 106 Lichtenstein (Roy). Drawing First 69 Lichtenstein (Roy). Sculptor 69 Lightfall. Genealogy of a Museum. Herta and Paul Amir Building, Tel Aviv Museum of Art 110 Lights On. Norwegian Contemporary Art 69 London Dialogues. Serpentine Gallery 24-Hour Interview Marathon 110 Long Curve (The). 150 Years of Visionary Collecting at the Albright-Knox Art Gallery 69 Longing for Eternity. One Century of Iraqi Art from the Hussain Ali Harba Family Collection 69

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Long Life of Design in Italy (The). B&B Italia 50 Years and Beyond 101 Lotus Flower (The). A Textile Hidden in the Water 39 Louvre Abu Dhabi. Masterpieces of the Collection 26 Louvre Abu Dhabi. The Complete Guide 26 Love. Contemporary Art Meets Amour 54 Luceplan Worldwide 101 Luyan (Wang). Visual Thinking and Measured Painting 69 M Magic Carpet (The). Art for the hotels of the Engadine 1850-1914 101 Magnificence and Grandeur of the Royal Houses in Europe 101 Magritte (René). Lifeline 14 Mahdaoui (Nja). Jafr. The Alchemy of Signs 70 Malaysian Eye. Contemporary Malaysian Art 61 Mannequins Bonaveri. A History of Creativity Fashion and Art 101 Man Ray 70 Mantegna. SkiraMiniARTbooks 107 Mapplethorpe (Robert). The Nymph Photography 89 Mariani (Umberto) 70 Marilyn 95 Marquardt (Sven). Götterdämmerung 89 Marras (Antonio). Nulla dies sine linea. The Life, Diaries and Notes of a Restless Man 70 Marsa Malaz Kempinsky. Precious Jewel on the Sea 103 Martin (Chris). Paintings 59 Martinuzzi (Napoleone). Venini 1925-1931 41 Master of Photography 2016 89 Master of Photography 2017 89 Mater (Ahmed). Prognosis 70 Matta (Roberto). On the Edge of a Dream 70 Mattiacci (Eliseo) 70 Medals of the Dassiers of Geneva (The). Lustrous images from the Enlightenment 107 Medovoy (Naum). Last March 70 Meet Edvard Munch 70

Meetings in Marrakech. The Paintings of Hassan El Glaoui and Winston Churchill 70 Megall (Rafael). Paintings 2006-2014 70 Melgaard (Bjarne). Jealous 70 Mendieta (Ana). She Got Love 71 Merchant of Clouds (The). Studio65: 50 Years of Future 101 Mighty Silence. Images of Destruction. The Great 2011 Earthquake and Tsunami 89 Milan Architecture. The City and Expo 110 Milan. Highlights 111 Milano Porta Nuova. Italy Rises 110 Milan. Ten Masterpieces 111 Modern History of Italian Wine (The) 102 Moffatt (Tracey). Between Dreams and Reality 89 Mofokeng (Santu). A Silent Solitude. Photographs 1982-2011 89 Moments 71 Mondialité or the Archipelagos of Édouard Glissant 71 Moore (Melissa). Land Ends 90 Morandi (Giorgio) 1890-1964 71 Moriyama (Daido) in Color. Limited Edition 46 Moriyama (Daido) in Color. Now, and Never Again 90 Moriyama (Daido). The World throught My Eyes 90 Moshiri (Farhad) 71 Motherwell (Robert). 100 Years 71 Mousa (Nabil). Breaking the Chains 71 MTINDO. Style Movers Rebranding Africa 90 Mucha (Alphonse) 58 Musée du Quai Branly. The Collection. Art from Africa, Asia, Oceania, and the Americas 105 Myth of India in Western Culture 1808-2017 (The). On the Paths of Enlightenment 51 N Naked Architecture 109 Nasiri (Rafa). 50 Years of Printmaking 71 Nasiri (Rafa). Artist Books 71 Nemours (Aurelie). Catalogue Raisonné 78

Neoludica. Art and Videogames 2011-1966 71 Nesch (Rolf). The Complete Graphic Works 79 New American Abstraction (The) 1950-1970 71 New Skin. Selections from the Tony and Elham Salamé Collection Aïshti Foundation 71 New Trends in Japanese Photography 90 New York Serenade 86 Nojima (Yasuzo) 90 Nollywood Portraits. A Radical Beauty 90 Nuvolo and Post-War Materiality 1950-1965 55 O Ödlund (Christine). Aether & Einstein 72 Of Peace and War. A Spanish Collection of Russian Art 72 One Hundred Portraits 90 Oppenheim (Dennis). Body to Performance. 1969-73 72 Oppenheim (Meret). Works in Dialogue from Max Ernst to Mona Hatoum 54 Otero (Angel). Everything and Nothing 72 Othoniel (Jean-Michel). My way 72 Owen Moss (Eric). The Uncertainty of Doing 110 P Painting - Musée d’Orsay 72 Painting the Stage. Artists as Stage Designers 52 Paladino (Mimmo) 58 Pasqua (Philippe). Paradise 72 Patriarchal Africa. The Last Sunrise. Photo-chronicle of the Vanishing Life 90 Pearls. The General Catalogue 101 Penny (Evan). Ask Your Body 72 Pepper (Beverly). Monumenta 72 Photography. A History. 1839-Now 81 Photography. A New Vision of the World 1891-1940 (History of Photography Volume 2) 91 Photography. From the Press to the Museum 1941-1980 (History of Photography Volume 3) 91 Photography. The Contemporary Era 1981-2013 (History of Photography Volume 4) 91

Photography. The Origins. 1839-1890 (History of Photography Volume 1) 91 Picasso Between Cubism and Neoclassicism 1915-1925 50 Piero della Francesca. The Legend of the True Cross in the Church of San Francesco in Arezzo 107 Politics and Theology in Chinese Contemporary Art. Reflections on the work of Wang Guangyi 72 Pollaiuolo(Antonio and Piero del). “Silver and Gold, Painting and Bronze...” 107 Pomodoro (Arnaldo). General Catalogue of Sculptures 79 Portrait of a New Angola 90 Portraits. Uli Weber 90 Pozzi (Patrizia). Contemporary Landscape 110 Precious Paper. Paper Jewellery Design 60 Q Qadri (Sohan). The Seer 72 Quinn (Marc). Memory Box 72 R Raphael. SkiraMiniARTbooks 107 reGeneration3 90 Revolution in the Making. Abstract Sculpture by Women 1947-2016 73 Reypens (Laurent). In Slow Motion 33 Rhodes (Carol) 32 Rodchenko (Alexander) 73 Rotella (Mimmo) 73 Rotella (Mimmo). Catalogue raisonné. First Volume 1944-1961 79 Rotella (Mimmo). Selected Works 73 Russian Avant-garde (The). Siberia and the East 73 S Saïd (Mahmoud). Catalogue raisonné 79 Samaras. Album 2 73 Samra (Faisal) 65 Saraceno (Tomás). Aerocene 60 Sartoria Italiana. A Glimpse into the World of Italian Tailoring 22 Scarpa (Carlo). Venini 1932-1947 41 Scavolini 1961>2011. 50 Years of Kitchens “The best seller from Italy” 101

Schachman (Bartholomäus) 1559-1614. The Art of Travel 105 Scheggi (Paolo). Catalogue Raisonné 79 Scheggi (Paolo). The Humanistic Measurement of Space 73 Schnabel (Julian). Permanently Becoming and the Architecture of Seeing 73 School Projects 95 Scully (Sean). Land Sea 73 Sea Shepherd. 40 Years. The Official Book 82 Secret of the Gondola (The) 111 Secrets of the Studios from Monet to Ai Weiwei 43 Senju (Hiroshi) 73 Senna (Ayrton). The Last Night 87 Seyhan (Kemal). Proportional Line and Structure 34 Sharov (Andrei) 73 Shawky (Wael) 73 Short Cuts. Artists in China 91 Signac. Reflections on Water 53 Singapore Eye. Contemporary Singapore Art 61 Slyngstad (Vibeke). Paintings 1992-2017 74 Socialist Realisms. Great Soviet Painting 1920-1970 74 Some Aesthetic Decisions. A Centennial Celebration of Marcel Duchamp’s “Fountain” 74 Sottsass (Ettore). The Glass 41 Start (2014). Young Galleries New Artists 61 Start (2015). Emerging Artists New Art Scenes 61 Stazewski (Henryk) 34 Stile Ducati. A Visual History of Ducati Design 99 Storytellers (The). Narratives in International Contemporary Art 74 Sugimoto (Hiroshi). Le Notti Bianche 83 Summer Autumn Winter... and Spring. Conversations with Artists from the Arab World 74 Swan. A Unique Story Through 50 Years of Yachting Evolution 99 T Tamy Tazi. Caftans 95 Tchoban (Sergei). Architecture Drawings 110 Tecno. A Descreetly Technical Elegance 101

Thailand Eye. Contemporary Thailand Art 61 Tirelli 50. The Wardrobe of Dreams 95 Titian. SkiraMiniARTbooks 107 Told Untold Retold. 23 Stories of Journeys through Time and Place 74 Trap (The). Trafficking of Women in Nepal 91 Treasures of the Gianmaria Buccellati Foundation (The) 97 Treasures of the Mughals and the Maharajas. The Al Thani Collection 101 Trick Brain (The). Selections from the Tony and Elham Salamé Collection Aïshti Foundation 74 Twentieth-Century American Photography. Flags of America 88 Twentieth-century Fabrics. European and American Designers and Manufactures 101 Twentieth-century Jewellery. From Art Nouveau to Contemporary Design in Europe and the United States 101 Tyrmi (Hanne). The Lost Thing 74 U Udechukwu (Obiora). Line, Image, Text 74 Uribe (Federico). Watch the Parade 2017 74 Utarit (Natee). Optimism Is Ridiculous 74 V Valentino (Mario). A History of Fashion, Design and Art 93 Vandenberg (Philippe) Berlinde De Bruyckere. Innocence is precisely: never to avoid the worst 74 Vedova. De America 59 Vedova (Emilio). Scultore 75 Venice 1948-1986. The Art Scene 91 Venini (Paolo) and His Furnace 41 Ventura (Ronald). Works 1998-2017 29 Ver Sacrum. The Vienna Secession Art Magazine 1898-1903. Gustav Klimt, Egon Schiele, Koloman Moser, Otto Wagner, Max Fabiani, Joseph M. Olbrich, Josef Hoffmann 12 Vicuña. The Queen of the Andes 39

Video Art. The Castello di Rivoli Collection 75 Vietnam Eye. Contemporary Vietnamese Art 61 Viskum (Morten). Works 1993-2016 75 Visual Music Masters. Abstract Explorations: History and Contemporary Research 57

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K Kabiru (Cyrus) 57 Kapoor (Anish). Dirty Corner 68 Kenna (Michael). Images of the Seventh Day. 1974-2009 89 Kerouac. Beat Painting 16 Khoury (Bernard). Local Heroes 110 Kiefer (Anselm). Salt of the Earth 68 Klimt. SkiraMiniARTbooks 68 Korean Eye 2. Contemporary Korean Art 61 Korean Eye. Contemporary Korean Art 61 Kunga. Law Women from the Desert 69 Kuniyoshi. Visionary of the Floating World 49 Kuznetsov (Sergey). Architecture Drawings 110

W Walk on the Wild Side. At the Heart of the Carmignac Collection 75 Weston (Edward) 91 Williamson (Sue). Life and Work 75 Window on the World (A). From Dürer to Mondrian and Beyond 75 Wow Gilles! Villeneuve. The Undying Legend 87 Wrecks 91 X Xiaobai (Su) 75 Z Zagourski. Lost Africa 91 Zambian Portraits 91 Zayat (Elias). Cities and Legends 75 Zecchin (Vittorio). Transparent Glass for Cappellin and Venini 40 Zhen (Chen). Catalogue raisonné 1977-1996 (Volume 1), 1997-2000 (Volume 2) 76 Zhiyuan (Wang). Bigger, Better, and Cheaper 75 99 Domes. Imam Mohammed bin Abdul Wahab Mosque 110 1927 The Return to Italy. Salvatore Ferragamo and the Twentieth-century Visual Culture 93

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