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Skira

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Spring 2020

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Cover from the volume The Araki Effect

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51 Backlist Limited Editions Sports Japanese and Oriental Art Modern and Contemporary Art Catalogues raisonnĂŠs Ancient Art Louvre Abu Dhabi Cultures and Civilizations Photography Cinema Design, Decorative and Applied Arts Fashion Architecture 122 Trade Information and Index

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7 Highlights and New Titles Limited Editions Photography Design and Applied Arts Special Editions Ancient Art Contemporary Art Fashion Architecture


New Titles


Highlights Limited Editions

Painting the Stage Botta, Fabre, Kabakovs, Kentridge Limited Edition Denise Wendel-Poray

Specifications Botta sculpture 40 × 40 × 15 cm print 29 × 34 cm Jan Fabre, Helm van Tannhäuser (Print run 60) ISBN 978-88-572-4021-3 Ilya and Emilia Kabakov The Flies. A Musical Phantasmagoria (Print run 60) ISBN 978-88-572-4020-6 William Kentridge, Alban (Print run 30) ISBN 978-88-572-4019-0 William Kentridge, Lulu (Print run 30) ISBN 978-88-572-4046-6 £ 4.000.00, $ 5.000.00

Four luxury versions, in a wooden sculpture by Mario Botta, enriched with four numbered and signed prints by William Kentridge, Ilya and Emilia Kabakov and Jan Fabre

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enise Wendel-Poray takes us into uncharted territory. Painting the Stage examines over 200 years of opera stage design, unravelling this rich historical tale through more than 300 illustrations, interviews and accurate reconstructions. The most complete resource book yet on the subject, it will be of great interest to those in the fields of art as well as opera. The exquisite wooden sculpture created and signed by archistar Mario Botta acts like a proscenium theatre framing each one of the numbered prints created exclusively for this publication by artists William Kentridge, the Kabakovs, and Jan Fabre. There are four distinct versions of this limited edition, with special wood for each: an ash wood sculpture for the two William Kentridge sugar lift aquatints, walnut for the print by the Kabakovs, and durmast for that of Jan Fabre. Mario Botta designed the box exclusively for the project, and Riva1920 made them. All the prints have been numbered and signed by the artists. • Limited edition with exclusive wooden box designed by Mario Botta. • All the prints have been numbered and signed by the artists.

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Denise Wendel-Poray is a Canadian writer, journalist and curator. She is the author of books and essays concerning the relationship between art, theatre and music. She has been guest curator Wilhelm Lehmbruck Museum in Duisburg Germany (2010-2012); at the Rupertinum Museum in Salzburg (William Kentridge Works for Theatre 2017); Sammlung Friedrichshof Zurndorf, Austria (Wahlverwandtschaften 2018); RX Galerie Marais Paris (Hermann Nitsch Paintings Only 2018); Galerie Éric Dupont Paris (Howard Hodgkin 2015, Sandro Kopp Take Time 2016, Otto Muehl 2018).


Painting the Stage Artists as Stage Designers Denise Wendel-Poray size 71⁄2 × 10 in. (18.5 × 25 cm) 400 pages, 250 colour and 100 b/w illustrations hardcover ISBN 978-88-572-3006-1 £ 55.00, $ 70.00


Highlights Limited Editions

Lanterna Magica Limited Edition Guido Crepax

Specifications size 14 × 181⁄2 in. (35.4 × 47 cm) 216 pages, 97 b/w illustrations hardcover in canvas and applied plate, hot printing 3 different silkscreens, numbered and authenticated 100 copies for silkscreen, numbered and signed by Lorenzo Mattotti Dolls ISBN 978-88-572-3869-2 Imitations ISBN 978-88-572-3974-3 Reflection ISBN 978-88-572-3975-0 £ 700.00, $ 850.00

Three large-format versions, with three numbered silkscreens authenticated by the Archivio Guido Crepax and an artistic plate designed by Lorenzo Mattotti

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ublished as a tribute to the first edition of the graphic novel dated 1978, the Limited Edition of Lanterna Magica is a large-format book with three numbered silkscreens authenticated by the Archivio Guido Crepax and an artistic plate signed by Lorenzo Mattotti. The story, entirely created by Crepax, is an example of very modern graphic design and settings and contexts that are “outside historical dimensions”. The first edition was introduced by a text by Gillo Dorfles which is here published in its entirety and repositions the value of the plates of Valentina not only within the creative perspective of Guido Crepax but, above all, within the artistic context of the European scene.

• The 216 pages in this book are printed on precious ivory paper and enriched by a tribute signed by Lorenzo Mattotti made specifically for this publication. • The Lanterna Magica project, Skira Limited Edition, has a print run of 300 copies and is divided into three versions, each characterised by a silkscreen authenticated by the Archivio Crepax: Imitations, Reflection and Dolls. • 100 copies for silkscreen, numbered and signed by Lorenzo Mattotti. • The volume is contained in a box, entirely covered in canvas, with applied plate and hot printed title; each silkscreen is contained in a folder, also covered in canvas, placed on top of the volume. • The box is wrapped in protective cardboard.

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Highlights Photography

The Araki Effect edited by Filippo Maggia

Specifications size 91⁄2 × 11 in. (24 × 28 cm) 200 pages 320 colour illustrations hardcover ISBN 978-88-572-4195-1 £ 38.00, $ 50.00

Over 50 years in the career of the most famous contemporary Japanese photographer, from the 1960s to today

Publication March 2020

Exhibition Schedule Siena, Santa Maria della Scala 21 June – 30 September 2019

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obuyoshi Araki (Tokyo, 1940) is known the world over for his controversial erotic portraits of Japanese women, often bound using the kinbaku (Japanese bondage) technique. A unique figure in contemporary photography, he has always found creative inspiration in daily existence, without making any distinction between his personal life and public and professional practice. The Araki Effect offers a broad overview of his career: from the first series from 1963–1965, Satchin and His Brother Mabo, to Subway of Love, a large collection of images taken in the Tokyo subway between 1963 and 1972, the year he also made Autumn in Tokyo, which recounts the autumn he spent wandering through the city in the twilight hours. These are followed by Sentimental Night in Kyoto, less well-known than the famous Sentimental Journey, both tributes to his wife, Yoko; Balcony of Love, Death Reality, Tokyo Diary from 2017, and one of his latest collections, Araki’s Paradise from 2019. The power of Araki’s images lies precisely in the force they emanate • A celebration of the great Japanese photographer with a selection of pictures spanning a career of more than 50 years. • Araki is one of today’s leading international contemporary photographers. Filippo Maggia since 1998 has been Curator of Photography at the Fondazione Sandretto Re Rebaudengo in Turin. In 2019, he became Project Manager of the Archivio Basilico. He is on the Scientific Committee of the Museo di Fotografia Contemporanea in Milan.

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Highlights Photography

Cold Instinct photographs by Matthijs Kuijpers

Specifications size 12 × 91⁄2 in. (30 × 24 cm) 168 pages 72 colour illustrations embossed hardcover ISBN 978-88-572-4259-0 £ 40.00, $ 50.00

A photographic album of herpetofauna to discover the astonishing world of reptiles and amphibians

Publication April 2020

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his is the first book released by the world renowned amphibian and reptile photographer, Matthijs Kuijpers. This publication is a photographic album of unparalleled quality featuring a vast range of cold-blooded species from the depths of the world’s most intrepid jungles to the driest of deserts. Some of the species featured are exceedingly rare or have not yet been discovered and catalogued. Through Matthijs’ enigmatic photographs, readers will witness the savage and breathtaking beauty of these creatures.

• An incredible photographic album of the most bizarre reptiles and amphibians on the planet. • First book with stunning pictures by the world-renowned photographer. • 72 beautiful images of rare and endangered species. • 8 colorful index pages of the species with all classifications. • 2 gatefold spreads with 4 snake and 4 lizard portraits. • Animal print embossed hardcover. Matthijs Kuijpers is a Dutch photographer and passionate about animals; he has traveled the world across ice capped mountains and arid deserts to capture the rarest and most endangered reptiles and amphibians, from the rain forests of Cameroon to the Dragon Island of Komodo. He is an award-winning photographer who has been featured on National Geographic, BBC Wildlife Magazine, Netflix, The Guardian, Time Magazine and Discovery Channel, among others. 14


Highlights Photography

Incredible Italian Beauties edited by FAI – Fondo Ambiente Italiano

Specifications size 91⁄2 × 11 in. (24 × 28 cm) 392 pages 300 colour illustrations hardcover ISBN 978-88-572-4260-6 £ 50.00, $ 60.00

Italy’s extraordinary heritage of art and landscape

Publication April 2020

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he volume is published in a completely revised edition, updated and expanded to include all new properties, illustrating places and monuments that over the years have become part of the heritage of FAI, the association that deals with their conservation and restoration: from the castles of Avio, Manta and Masino to the Abbey of San Fruttuoso, from the Bay of Ieranto to the Torba Monastery, from Villa del Balbianello to Villa Della Porta Bozzolo, Villa and Panza Collection in Biumo (with the prestigious collection of contemporary art), Villa dei Vescovi and Parco Villa Gregoriana. And also, Cala Junco, Castel Grumello, Villa Necchi Campiglio, Casa Carbone, Palazzo and Torre Campatelli, Villa Fogazzaro Roi, the Wood of San Francesco in Assisi, the historic Olivetti Shop in Venice (Carlo Scarpa’s masterpiece), up to the latest acquisitions such as the millenary Abbey of Santa Maria in Cerrate, Casa Noha, the “Colle dell’Infinito”, the Belvedere of Vasto, the Saline dei conti Vecchi, Casa and Torre Campatelli, Casa Bortoli and Casa Macchi. • A stunning photography book to discover the hidden treasures of Italy. • New updated, revised and expanded edition.

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Conceived by Elena Croce, daughter of the great philosopher Benedetto Croce, and based on the illustrious model of the British National Trust, the FAI – Fondo Ambiente Italiano was founded on 28 April 1975 with the specific aim of helping to protect, conserve and make the most of Italy’s artistic and natural heritage. Loved by poets and travellers of all ages and enchanting millions of tourists by its sheer beauty, Italy possesses the world’s most extraordinary natural, artistic and cultural heritage.


Highlights Design and Applied Arts

Van Cleef & Arpels Time, Nature, Love Alba Cappellieri Contributions from Nicolas Bos, Franco Cologni, Vivienne Becker and Stefano Papi Specifications size 91⁄4 × 121⁄4 in. (23.5 × 31 cm) 280 pages 386 colour illustrations hardcover ISBN 978-88-572-4177-7 £ 40.00, $ 50.00 Publication January 2020

Exhibition Schedule Milan, Palazzo Reale 30 November 2019 23 February 2020

Jewellery

From Art Nouveau to 3D Printing Alba Cappellieri Size 91⁄2 × 11 in. (24 × 28 cm) 264 pages, 372 colour illustrations hardcover ISBN 978-88-572-3737-4 £ 50.00, $ 70.00, Can. $ 90.00

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The extraordinary jewelry creations by the famous Maison from its beginnings to the present day

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his book presents the legendary jewelry and precious objects of Van Cleef & Arpels, and how they relate to time, nature and love. Time is a fundamental element for both creativity and craftsmanship. Time gives objects their shape; defines their style; determines their function, social utility, and the choice of materials and techniques; indicates origin; hones taste; and reveals context. Time is interpreted through eight values inspired by Italo Calvino’s Lezioni Americane, or Six Memos for the Next Millennium, to honor the iconic pieces created by Van Cleef & Arpels over the years, from Art Deco masterpieces to the illustrious Zip necklace, gravity-defying Mystery Set or celebrated Minaudières—some of the most important innovations in the history of 20th century jewelry-making. Nature plays an equally important role for Van Cleef & Arpels as an ever-present source of inspiration and tribute, embodied in unique gems and timeless masterpieces drawing on flora and fauna. Van Cleef & Arpels is founded on love, the most powerful energy in the world. Each object is handcrafted with love, and Van Cleef & Arpels jewelry has sealed some of the century’s most legendary love stories. • A stunning book on the legendary brand of jewellery. Alba Cappellieri is Full Professor of Jewelry and Fashion Accessories Design at Politecnico di Milano, where she is Director of the International Master’s in Jewellery and Fashion Accessories and the Master’s in Fashion Design, and teaches Brand and Product Management at Milano Fashion Institute. From 2013 to 2016 she taught Design for Innovation at Stanford University. She is a member of the Scientific Council at the Van Cleef & Arpels School of Jewelry Arts in Paris.


Highlights Special Editions

Francisco Goya Album C with text by José Manuel Matilla Rodríguez

Specifications size 91⁄2 × 11 in. (16.5 × 22.5 cm) 2 volumes, 256 pages 133 in colour (drawing album) 32 pages, 133 in colour (book with text in Italian-EnglishFrench-Spanish-German) slipcase in eco-leather 500 numbered copies ISBN 978-88-572-4249-1 £ 175.00, $ 300.00

The facsimile, in 500 numbered copies, of the magnificent drawing album by Goya belonging to the Museo del Prado

Publication April 2020

Exhibition Schedule Madrid, Museo del Prado 19 November 2019 16 February 2020

Les Métamorphoses

Ovid (Publius Ovidius Naso) Illustrated with 30 original etchings by Pablo Picasso, 1931

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size 91⁄2 × 12 in. (24 × 30.5 cm) box in plexiglas containing a brochure (16 pp) narrating the birth of this major publication and the volume Volume: French edition 412 pages duo-tone print 30 colour etchings unbound pages, hardback with mono-colour foil-stamped cover 1,000 numbered copies ISBN 978-88-572-3949-1 £ 220.00, $ 300.00

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precious collaboration between Skira and the Museo del Prado in Madrid, which is celebrating its 200th anniversary this year, this work is an accurate reproduction of the precious Album C composed of over 100 drawings by the master Goya. The Album C is an example of the complexity of Goya’s work; made over the course of the War for Independence and the following years of repression, its theme is influenced in many aspects by the historical moment (1808–1820). The work is now reproduced in facsimile in an integral version, published in limited edition of only 500 numbered copies, signed by hand using calligraphy and is thus a precious and unique object for the impassioned collector. The Album C covers a vast range of topics, from aspects of everyday life to dreamy visions of the night world; a vast group of sheets is made up of drawings of prisoners of the Inquisition and scenes of cruelty in prisons. Another group concerns a critique of habits of monastic orders and the representation of monastic life, secularised after the decrees of French authorities. • An accurate reproduction of a precious album with over 100 drawings by the master Goya, some previously unpublished. • Important collaboration between Skira and the Museo del Prado in Madrid for the museum’s 200th anniversary. • Published in a limited edition of 500 copies, numbered by hand. • After the Limited Edition of Ovid’s Metamorphoses, a new precious and unique object for impassioned collectors.


New Titles Ancient Art

Leonardo da Vinci’s Last Supper for François I A Masterpiece in Gold and Silk edited by Pietro Marani

Specifications size 91⁄2 × 11 in. (24 × 28 cm) 240 pages 100 colour illustrations hardcover ISBN 978-2-37074-126-4 £ 35.00, $ 45.00

The tapestry reproducing Leonardo’s Last Supper: a masterpiece in gold and silk

Publication January 2020

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or the first time since its restoration, the copy of the Last Supper by Leonardo da Vinci, a tapestry made between 1505 and 1510, commissioned by Louise de Savoie and François, Duke of Angoulême, future king of France, is unveiled to the public. The tapestry, a monumental work measuring 6.5 × 9 m, preserved in the Vatican Museums, was probably woven in Flanders by a Lombard artist, such as Bramantin or Marco d’Oggiono, artists known to have painted, as early as 1503, copies of Leonardo’s fresco. The tapestry represents one of the first copies of the masterpiece intended for the French court and testifies to the admiration of the kings of France for the artist. This book will also highlight the previous relationship between Louis XII’s court and the Italian master and his disciples, such Andrea Solario, Andrea del Sarto and Bernadino de Conti. The essays will also focus on Leonardo da Vinci’s journey to and stay in France, through some copies of his most famous paintings, prints and watercolours. Specialists in both Leonardo’s art and tapestries of the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries shed light on the provenance and making of this work, as well as its meticulous restoration.

• Focus on a recently restored masterpiece that has never before left the Vatican. • 500th anniversary of the death of Leonardo da Vinci. Pietro Marani is a leading specialist of Renaissance art and Leonardo da Vinci’s work. 22


New Titles Contemporary Art

Gottfried Helnwein The Epiphany of the Displaced Demetrio Paparoni

Specifications size 91⁄2 × 11 in. (24 × 28 cm) 416 pages 564 colour illustrations hardcover ISBN 978-88-572-3989-7 £ 60.00, $ 80.00

The most complete monograph on the celebrated Austrian painter, photographer, filmmaker, performer and set designer

Publication March 2020

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he works of Helnwein show the bare truth where society instead hides and removes. What emerges by leafing through the pages of this monograph is the obsession that accompanies the artistic career of this notable Austrian artist, marked by the wish to breakdown the rhetoric of war, the constructions of self-absolution, the mystifications of religious institutions in whose snares men periodically fall as if they had not committed the same mistake over and over again. Edited by Demetrio Paparoni and divided into sections that make this volume a valid tool ,the monograph includes, aside from the editor’s text, a preface by Sean Penn and essays by Klaus Schröder (director of the Albertina in Vienna) and Martin Muller (director of Modernism Gallery in San Francisco) and a conversation between the artist and Jonathon Keats (American conceptual artist and experimental philosopher). • 45 years in the career of a leading Austrian artist. • “It is the function of the artist to evoke the experience of surprised recognition: to show the viewer what he knows but does not know that he knows. Helnwein is a master of surprised recognition.” William Burroughs Art critic, curator and essayist, Demetrio Paparoni has written introductions for important catalogues on artists including Li Songsong, David Salle, Vik Muniz, Peter Halley, Sean Scully, Jim Dine, Zhang Huan, Wang Guangyi and Ding Yi. He has also written and edited numerous books and monographs.

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co-published by Skira and Jack Shainman Gallery

The first two books of the five-volume publication project on Hendricks, famed for his postmodern portraiture of Black Americans

Specifications size 81⁄2 × 91⁄3 in. (16.5 × 23.7 cm) 96 pages 50 colour illustrations hardcover Works on Paper ISBN 978-88-572-4147-0 Landscape Paintings ISBN 978-88-572-4151-7 £ 22.50, $ 25.00

New Titles Contemporary Art

Barkley L. Hendricks Works on Paper (Vol. 1) Landscape Paintings (Vol. 2)

Publication Works on Paper (Vol. 1) January 2020 Landscape Paintings (Vol. 2) April 2020

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kira and Jack Shainman Gallery have partnered to realize an unprecedented book project dedicated to the artist Barkley L. Hendricks (1945–2017). The project consists of 4 booklets, each of which provides an in-depth exploration of a body of work integral to the artist’s output (Works on Paper, Landscape Paintings, Basketball Paintings, Photography), in addition to a comprehensive 300-page monograph which traces the artist’s evolution for the entirety of his career. The project is tied to an extensive and never-accomplished-before recovery of the artist’s archive. Each book will contain essays by different scholars that are leading international players. The booklets are important because they allow for a detailed, oriented study of key bodies of works. The first book of the five-volume publication project on Hendricks presents for the first time the artist’s works on paper. With this body of work the publication highlights the fundamental features of Hendricks’ practice that is characterized by a mode of representation so clearly distinct from the paintings he is best known for. The publication is enriched with a contribution by writer and scholar Laila Pedro. The second book explores the little-known Jamaican landscapes of Hendricks, in a handsome, affordable format. It presents for the first time a selection of these landscape works and is enriched with a contribution by art critic, art historian and scholar Barry Schwabsky.

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New Titles Contemporary Art

Sean Scully Human exhibition curated by Javier Molins texts by Carmelo Grasso, Abate Norberto Villa, Kelly Grovier, Javier Molins Specifications size 81⁄2 × 101⁄2 in. (22 × 27 cm) 320 pages 124 colour illustrations hardcover ISBN 978-88-572-4123-4 £ 45.00, $ 60.00

A monograph dedicated to the great Irish-American artist and to Human, his new exhibition project for San Giorgio Maggiore Abbey in Venice

Publication January 2020 Exhibition Schedule Venice, San Giorgio Maggiore Abbey 8 May – 13 October 2019

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ublished on the occasion of the exhibition in the historic Church of San Giorgio Maggiore in Venice, the volume gathers recent works and new, unseen pieces by the celebrated abstract artist who has created a series of new sculptures, paintings, drawings, and watercolour works directly inspired by the Abbey of San Giorgio Maggiore, by their vast illuminated manuscript collections and by the 16th-century Benedictine church. Works instantly recognisable by Scully’s visual vocabulary of horizontal and vertical stripes, which reflects fifty years of constant refining. The fulcrum of the catalogue is the new and impressive Opulent Ascension, a site-specific sculpture over ten meters high, constructed from stacked frames, each wrapped in rich and varying colours of felt.

Sean Scully

Land Sea edited by Danilo Eccher

Size 91⁄2 × 11 in. (24 × 28 cm) 168 pages, 200 colour illustrations paperback ISBN 978-88-572-2758-0 £ 28.00, $ 45.00, Can. $ 45.00

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• The recent production by the celebrated Irish-American artist. • Human coincides with several major exhibitions of the artist’s work across the world in 2019, including landmark shows in the Albertina Museum in Vienna, the Wadsworth Atheneum in Connecticut, the National Gallery in London, and the LWL Museum in Münster. • Previous publication Sean Scully. Land Sea (Skira, 2015). Javier Molins holds a doctorate in Fine Arts from the Polytechnic University of Valencia and a degree in Journalism from the Autonomous University of Barcelona. He has directed the Marlborough Gallery in Madrid and been Director of Communications and Development at IVAM. Author and curator, he currently works as an art critic for the ABC newspaper and the magazine Cambio 16, and as a consultant to foundations and collectors.


texts by Albert Oehlen, Francesco Bonami, Massimiliano Gioni, Tony Salamé, Isabelle Moffat, John Harten, Wolfgang Voigt

A book devoted to one of the most influential contemporary painters, divided into three parts where Albert Oehlen plays simultaneously the role of the artist, the curator and the collector

Specifications Skira / Aishti Foundation size 92⁄3 × 111⁄3 in. (24.8 × 28.8 cm) 272 pages 190 colour illustrations hardcover ISBN 978-88-572-4121-0 £ 65.00, $ 85.00

New Titles Contemporary Art

Albert Oehlen Trance

Publication January 2020 Exhibition Schedule Beirut, Aïshti Foundation 22 October 2018 end of September 2019

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ne of the most respected painters today, Albert Oehlen has explored the possibilities of painting since the 1980s, constantly questioning methods and means through an ever-evolving style and technique. At the core of his practice are the limitations he imposes on himself as a point of departure, in order to have "something to push against" and thereby expand and redefine our understanding of painting. Oehlen’s practice began with figurative paintings, which defied the context of the 1980s where minimal and conceptual art prevailed. His provocative position, subjects and manner have been linked to the notion of Bad Painting throughout the early 1980s alongside artists such as Werner Büttner and Martin Kippenberger. Oehlen moved towards abstract painting in the late 1980s, continuously redefining his own vocabulary. His first abstract paintings were notably followed by black and white computer-based paintings, collaged canvases with fragments of advertising posters and paint applied on top, Fingermalerei (Finger Paintings) in the 2000s and paintings fully covered with poster cutouts. • The works demonstrate Oehlen’s creative strength, seemingly questioning the legacy of the previous generation of artists such as Gerhard Richter and Sigmar Polke who, like Oehlen, innovated and redefined painting. • Oehlen’s work has been shown in numerous solo exhibitions in international institutions worldwide and his works are held in the permanent public collections of prominent international museums including the Centre Georges Pompidou, Paris. 27


New Titles Contemporary Art

Korean Eye 2020 Contemporary Korean Art edited by Serenella Ciclitira

Specifications size 91⁄2 × 91⁄2 in. (24 × 24 cm) 376 pages 290 colour illustrations paperback ISBN 978-88-572-4262-0 £ 50.00, $ 60.00

The most influential and significant work on Korean contemporary art and artists to date. Collectors and contemporary art lovers will appreciate the unique visuals of this spectacular book

Publication April 2020 Exhibition Schedule St. Petersburg, The State Hermitage Museum Spring 2020 London, Saatchi Gallery Summer 2020 Seoul Autumn 2020

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he book is published on the occasion of a major exhibition at the Hermitage, St Petersburg, then at the Saatchi Gallery, London, and finally in Seoul, Korea. The volume and the exhibition will provide an exciting opportunity to show the extraordinary talent and energy of the new wave of contemporary Korean art to an international audience. In their diverse artistic approach, Korean artists have a fluency with technology and an incredible attention to design and details. The book and exhibition will also provide an important gateway for our understanding of the wider culture of their homeland. Founded by Serenella and David Ciclitira, and in partnership with Standard Chartered and the Saatchi Gallery, Korean Eye is a philanthropic movement to promote Korean contemporary art and emerging Korean artists internationally. • After Korean Eye 1 and Korean Eye 2, a new book that marks the 10th anniversary of the Global Eye Programme. • The 75 artists will be selected by a curatorial team, which will consist in a combination of Korean and international art curators. • The selection presented in this volume is a combination of established and new media – photography, painting, sculpture and video. Serenella Ciclitira has an Honours Degree in Art History from Trinity College, Dublin, and has worked extensively with artists and galleries throughout the world. With her husband David Ciclitira, she is the co-founder of Korean Eye.

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edited by Mika Yoshitake

A selected survey exhibition of Japanese art of the 1980s and 1990s

Specifications size 101⁄2 × 12 in. (27 × 30 cm) 224 pages 150 colour illustrations hardcover ISBN 978-88-572-4243-9 £ 50.00, $ 60.00

New Titles Contemporary Art

Parergon

Publication April 2020

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ocusing on the themes of abject politics, transcending media, performativity, and satire and simulation, Parergon presents the work of over twenty-five visual artists including Kodai Nakahara, Tatsuo Miyajima, Kazumi Nakamura, Yukie Ishikawa, Tsuyoshi Ozawa and Yukinori Yanagi in an array of media spanning painting, sculpture, duration performance, noise, video and photography. The title makes reference to the gallery in Tokyo (Gallery Parergon, 1981–1987) that introduced many artists associated with the New Wave phenomenon, its name attributed to Jacques Derrida’s essay from 1978 which questioned the “framework” of art. Parergon brings together some of the most enigmatic works that were first generated during a rich two-decade period that is pivotal to the way we perceive and understand contemporary Japanese art today. • Parergon charts a bridge between the Japanese art historical territories the gallery has long championed. It pursues the creative significance of the years between the milestones of Mono-ha and the Neo-Pop generation now synonymous with Takashi Murakami and Yoshitomo Nara. Mika Yoshitake is Guest Curator at Los Angeles County Museum of Art. She was Curator at the Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden in Washington, DC, until 2018. David Novak is associate professor of music at University of California, Santa Barbara in the ethnomusicology department, and is director of the Center for the Interdisciplinary Study of Music. 29


New Titles Contemporary Art

Leonor Antunes The Last Days in Galliate edited by Roberta Tenconi

Specifications size 91⁄2 × 123⁄4 in. (24.2 × 32.5 cm) dual-language edition (English-Italian) 196 pages 103 colour illustrations hardcover ISBN 978-88-572-4102-9 £ 28.00, $ 35.00

The sculptures of the contemporary artist, who will represent Portugal at the 2019 Venice Biennale

Publication January 2020

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hrough her sculptures Leonor Antunes (Lisbon, 1972) reinterprets the history of art, design and architecture of the twentieth century, and in particular the Modernist tradition, in its most radical and experimental instances. Thanks to a meticulous research into several projects and works, Antunes transforms them into new forms and elegant artworks. For her sculptures Antunes prefers to use natural and organic materials on which the traces of time passing remain visible – rope, wood, leather, brass, rubber, and cork, among others – employing artisanal and vernacular techniques in clear opposition to mass production, in an ongoing attempt to preserve and hand down knowledge and traditional skills. By inquiring into the meaning of everyday life objects and the social role of art and design as means of emancipation and improvement of quality of life, Leonor Antunes creates within the Pirelli HangarBicocca exhibition space a complex and stratified visual tale that leads the visitor through an unedited choreography. • Portugal has tapped the Lisbon-born, Berlin-based artist Leonor Antunes for its pavilion at the 58th Venice Biennale, which will run from May 11 through November 24, 2019. • The monograph documents a series of sculptural works engaging with the histories of 20th-century architecture, design and art. Roberta Tenconi is Curator at Pirelli HangarBicocca, Milan, where she curated solo shows by Matt Mullican, Eva Kotátková, Leonor Antunes (2018), Rosa Barba (2017), Laure Prouvost (2016), Petrit Halilaj (2015) and others.

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edited by Nuria Enguita, Lucia Aspesi and Sheela Gowda

The first comprehensive book on the work of Sheela Gowda, one of the most successful and internationally recognized contemporary Indian artists

Specifications size 81⁄2 × 101⁄2 in. (21.5 × 27 cm) 240 pages 153 colour illustrations hardcover ISBN 978-88-572-4164-7 £ 40.00, $ 50.00

New Titles Contemporary Art

Sheela Gowda Remains

Publication March 2020 Exhibition Schedule Milan, Pirelli HangarBicocca 4 April – 15 September 2019

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ublished to accompany the exhibition Remains at Pirelli HangarBicocca, the book presents the first complete overview of the thirty-year production of Sheela Gowda (Bhadravati, Karnataka, India, 1957). Her practice – spanning from watercolors to prints, and from sculptures to installations – is characterized by a strong spatial dimension, assuming elements of Modernism as a starting point, elaborated by the artist via production processes featuring strong ritualistic references. A broad selection of works realized between 1988 and 2019 has been analyzed in-depth through a rich documentation of images and text specifically commissioned for the publication together with the re-publishing of some essential texts on the artist. This section provides multifaceted viewpoints and historical perspectives on the artist’s work, underlining crucial phases of her research, and contextualizing her practice in a contemporary discourse. • The publication contains a wide selection of contributions by some of the most relevant voices within the contemporary art scenario. • The book includes an extended photographic section on the exhibition Remains in Pirelli HangarBicocca, the biggest show on the artist ever presented. Nuria Enguita is an art historian and curator. Lucia Aspesi is Assistant Curator at Pirelli HangarBicocca, Milan, where since 2019 she has also been co-curator of exhibitions. Sheela Gowda is one of the leading names in contemporary art in India. 31


New Titles Contemporary Art

Botero The Search for a Style (1948–1963) edited by Christian Padilla

Specifications size 91⁄2 × 11 in. (24 × 28 cm) 200 pages 120 colour illustrations hardcover ISBN 978-88-572-4186-9 £ 30.00, $ 40.00

The origins of the work of one of the most celebrated living artists in Latin America

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Fernando Botero

Paintings 1959–2015 edited by Rudy Chiappini Size 11 × 113⁄4 in. (28 × 30 cm) 256 pages, 210 colour illustrations hardcover ISBN 978-88-572-2759-7 £ 55.00, $ 85.00, Can. $ 85.00

ernando Botero is the best known Colombian artist of all times. His work is found in many international collections and is also known to be very well represented in several important donations he himself has made to his nation. There is no part of the world where people are not familiar with his name and recognize his distinctive artistic language, characterized by the devotion to form and volume found in figurative works, inspired by Latin America, Colombia and his native Department (State) of Antioquia. Despite his worldwide recognition, the truth is that, in many senses, Botero is an unknown artist. There is a great analytical void about his career which has yet to be filled and above all, would vindicate his merits in historical terms as a painter in search of an identity of his own. It seems strange that even after six decades during which one of the most profilic and original artists of Latin America has produced a staggering abundance of works, there are few who have inquired into the origin of his distinctive approach to volume and colour. • A book on the first fifteen years of Botero’s practice, at the origins of his unique style. • A monograph featuring the early paintings of the master, from the beginning to the 1960s.

Christian Padilla, PhD candidate in Culture and Society, University of Barcelona and Colombia’s National Art history Essay Prize (2007), is author of several books about Latin American art. He was curator of The Young Master. Botero, early work: 1948–1963, National Museum of Colombia, Bogotá (2018). 32


edited by Edoardo Bonaspetti, text by Richard Hell

35 years of works on paper by the contemporary Dutch artist

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eter Schuyff 1958 is a painter, sculptor and musician. He was a prominent member of the Neo-Geo movement and showed his work at Pat Hearn Gallery (1983), Gagosian Gallery (1985) and Leo Castelli Gallery (1987). • An in-depth survery of the works on paper by the artist. • Peter Schuyff’s work is in the collections of MoMA, New York; MOCA, Los Angeles; Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York and The Fisher Landau Foundation.

Specifications size 81⁄4 × 101⁄2 in. (21 × 27 cm) 128 pages 75 colour illustrations paperback ISBN 978-88-572-4104-3 £ 28.00, $ 35.00

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Peter Schuyff. Works on Paper 1984–2018

Publication May 2020

Edoardo Bonaspetti is a curator and publisher of contemporary art. He is co-director of Ordet, a new exhibition space in Milan, and Artistic Director of the Henraux Foundation. Richard Hell is a writer and rock and roll musician who lives in New York City.

Anri Sala As you Go edited by Carolyn Christov-Bakargiev and Marcella Beccaria

A survey of the new project by the artist

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nri Sala (Tirana, 1974) uses film, music, sculpture, photographs and drawings to create installations that explore the cracks, gaps, overlaps and echoes through which reality unfolds in time and events acquire meaning. This catalogue develops an in-depth examination of As you Go, the project devised by Sala specifically for Castello di Rivoli Museo d’Arte Contemporanea in the form of an exhibition that also constitutes a single new work, extended over time and in the exhibition space, and capable of involving the viewer in an unprecedented perceptual experience. • The volume includes the largest selection of the artist’s writings ever published, a chronological list of exhibitions and an anthology of art-critical essays on Sala.

Specifications size 91⁄2 × 11 in. (24 × 28 cm) 256 pages, 130 colour and 70 b/w illustrations hardcover ISBN 978-88-572-4103-6 £ 40.00, $ 50.00 Publication January 2020 Exhibition Schedule Rivoli–Torino, Castello di Rivoli, Museo d’Arte Contemporanea 26 February – 23 June 2019

Carolyn Christov-Bakargiev, art historian/curator, is currently the director of Castello di Rivoli. Marcella Beccaria, art historian, is chief curator at Castello di Rivoli.

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New Titles Contemporary Art

Remains–Tomorrow. Themes in Contemporary Latin American Abstraction edited by Cecilia Fajardo-Hill texts by Cecilia Fajardo-Hill and Juan Ledezma

A survey of contemporary abstraction in Latin America Specifications size 91⁄2 × 93⁄4 in. (24 × 25 cm) 496 pages 750 colour illustrations hardcover ISBN 978-88-572-4256-9 £ 65.00, $ 85.00 Publication April 2020

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he volume offers a thought-provoking perspective on the dynamic field of contemporary abstraction in Latin America. It proposes abstraction as an expanded field of reality in direct dialogue with life and as a strategy for critically examining the social, political and cultural arenas. Highlighting 280 artists, the book explores different manifestations of post 90s Latin American abstraction, underlining its relationships to and differences from modern abstraction, and examines how it may relate to issues such as gender, interculturality, contextual specificity, popular culture, and the everyday. • The first survey of Latin America contemporary abstract art. • Over 700 illustrations and texts by participating artists. Cecilia Fajardo-Hill is a British-Venezuelan art historian and curator on modern and contemporary art. Juan Ledezma is an independent scholar and curator.

Qiu Zhijie texts by Birgit Hopfener, Shen Qilan, Hans Ulrich Obrist, Philip Tinari

The thirty year artistic career of one of China’s most respected artists, Qiu Zhijie, co-published by Skira and Galleria Continua Specifications size 91⁄2 × 11 in. (24 × 28 cm) 224 pages 200 colour illustrations hardcover ISBN 978-88-572-4265-1 £ 38.00, $ 50.00 Publication April 2020 Exhibition Schedule Beijing, Galleria Continua starting from March 2020

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his volume brings together all the significant works of maps of one of China’s most respected and celebrated artists, created over more than a decade. Qiu Zhijie is known for his calligraphy and ink painting, photography, video, installation and performance works. His art is representational of a new kind of experimental communication between the Chinese literati tradition and contemporary art, social participation and the power of self-liberation of art.

• This monograph explores the breadth of Zhijie’s works of maps with 200 colour illustrations, and texts by leading scholars and curators Birgit Hopfener, Shen Qilan and Hans Ulrich Obrist. Birgit Hopfener is Associate Professor of Art History at Carleton University in Ottawa. Shen Qilan is a writer, art critic and curator. Hans Ulrich Obrist is a Swiss art curator, critic and historian of art. Philip Tinari is a writer, critic, art curator.

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text by Jérôme Sans and Dina Baitassova

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xploring the free spirit of nomadism that is common to all these artists from Kazakhstan, Racing the Galaxy reports on the dissolution of the old dichotomies between East and West, in an era of global communication and melding cultural influences. This volume also highlights the talented emerging artists from a vibrant Kazakh art scene.

Specifications size 81⁄2 × 103⁄4 in. (21.5 × 27.2 cm) 304 pages 130 colour illustrations hardcover ISBN 978-88-572-4196-8 £ 50.00, $ 60.00

• Showcasing 20 acclaimed and emerging artists. • Shows artistic forms travel, mingle enrich each other.

Publication March 2020

Jérôme Sans is a critic, curator, institutional director and co-founder of Palais de Tokyo, Paris. Dina Baitassova is an emerging curator and co-founder of IADA International Art Development Association.

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Racing the Galaxy

The Breish Collection of Modern and Contemporary Arab Art edited by Louisa Macmillan; texts by AbdulMagid Breish, Nima Sagharchi, Charles Pocock and Mysa Kafil-Hussain

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bdulMagid Breish describes how he became an art collector, as well as his passionate belief that any collector bears a cultural responsibility to support his regional and local art scene. • How art collecting relates to balanced investments. • An overview of contemporary Middle Eastern art market.

Louisa Macmillan (independent curator/writer); AbdulMagid Breish (collector); Stanislas Yassukovich (investment banker); Nima Sagharchi (Director of Islamic Art, Bonhams); Charles Pocock (Director of Meem Gallery, Dubai); Mysa Kafil-Hussain (independent researcher).

Specifications size 91⁄2 × 93⁄4 in. (24 × 25 cm) 320 pages 125 colour illustrations hardcover ISBN 978-88-572-4267-5 £ 60.00, $ 80.00 Publication May 2020

Adeela Suleman. Not Everyone’s Heaven edited by Rosa Maria Falvo; foreword by Salima Hashmi text by Hameed Haroon, Quddus Mirza, and Rosa Maria Falvo

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orn in 1970 in Karachi, Pakistan, her artistry explores a series of dichotomies about the fragile and fleeting ephemerality of life. By juxtaposing intricate, often deliberatively striking imagery, Suleman’s work reclaims the beauty, pathos, and precarious nature of the human condition. • First major monograph on Adeela Suleman. • 90 colour plates with an exclusive interview.

Specifications size 91⁄2 × 12 in. (24 × 30 cm) 128 pages 98 colour illustrations hardcover ISBN 978-88-572-4166-1 £ 35.00, $ 45.00 Publication March 2020

Rosa Maria Falvo is a writer, editor and curator. Salima Hashmi is an artist, curator, art historian, international human rights commissioner. Hameed Haroon is a Pakistani patron of the arts. Quddus Mirza is a Pakistani art critic, artist, and art educator.

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Noé Sendas edited by João Silverio with an interview by Jean Wainwright and a text by Stephan Klee

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comprehensive edition of the artist’s work of the last ten years, with a special focus on assemblage works, namely the Crystal Girls series.

Specifications size 91⁄2 × 11 in. (24 × 28 cm) 200 pages 100 colour illustrations hardcover ISBN 978-88-572-4264-4 £ 35.00, $ 45.00

• Noé Sendas is a multidisciplinary creative mind working with photography, collage, video, sculpture. His very unique style creates a mystical aura in which one, the spectator, has the freedom to interpret.

Publication April 2020

João Silverio, writer and curator, holds a Master’s Degree in Curatorial Studies from the Fine Arts Faculty of Universidade de Lisbon. Jean Wainwright is an art historian, critic, curator and Andy Warhol scholar. Stephan Klee is an art curator and manager for art associations.

Isabel Nolan Writings / Works edited by Gerrie van Noord

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olan’s writings encompass exhibited text works, short essays, lectures, fiction and pieces on the work of other artists. At the heart of Nolan’s artwork is a desire to capture the intensity of our engagement with objects, frameworks and the world that surrounds us. Nolan’s exhibitions generously allude to the complex ways in which reality is represented and understood through scientific, religious and cultural practices.

Specifications size 81⁄2 × 93⁄4 in. (22 × 25 cm) 320 pages 150 colour illustrations paperback ISBN 978-88-572-4261-3 £ 42.00, $ 50.00 Publication April 2020

• The book joins diverse work by this significant and singular Irish artist as well as previously unpublished material. Gerrie van Noord is an editor of books and associate lecturer at Birkbeck University.

Chiara Dynys edited by Giorgio Verzotti

Specifications size 91⁄2 × 12 in. (24 × 30 cm) dual-language edition (English-Italian) 208 pages 50 colour illustrations hardcover with plexi box ISBN 978-88-572-4108-1 £ 100.00, $ 125.00 Publication January 2020

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his volume covers the oeuvre of the artist with previously unpublished essays on the notion of duality. It is a limited edition of 500 copies in a plexiglas slipcase made by the artist herself that evokes the series Look at You, one of her most famous, and was conceived to exist independently from the volume as an actual sculpture. • Chiara Dynys has had numerous solo/group exhibitions in important museums and cultural spaces, both public and private, throughout Italy and worldwide.

Giorgio Verzotti is a contemporary art critic, author and exhibition curator.

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edited by Andrzej Szczepaniak texts by Christina Lodder, Alistair Hicks, Demetrio Paparoni

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erzy Nowosielski (1923–2011) was an outstanding painter, draughtsman, set designer, architect and illustrator, author and a bold and controversial thinker who invoked the theology of the Orthodox Church. His clearly anti-Cartesian interests materialised in the form of hundreds of paintings, drawings, prints, architectural and set designs and polychromes in churches. • Nowosielski’s work was always highly appreciated by the critics and, with time, its status has steadily increased • His works are held in all of Poland’s most important museums of modern art.

Specifications size 91⁄2 × 12 in. (24 × 30 cm) 232 pages 170 colour illustrations hardcover ISBN 978-88-572-4153-1 £ 42.00, $ 50.00 Publication February 2020

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Jerzy Nowosielski

Andrzej Szczepaniak is the Executive Director of the Starmach Gallery in Krakow.

Andrew Stevovich Beyond the Figure edited by Michael Botwinick

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ndrew Stevovich is a deceptive painter. Beyond the Figure examines 120 of the artist’s work painted over a period of 50 years. While it shows the full range of his development, it does so looking at the dominant themes and typologies of his work rather than charting it chronologically.

Specifications size 101⁄2 × 12 in. (27 × 30 cm) 224 pages 239 colour illustrations hardcover ISBN 978-88-572-4239-2 £ 45.00, $ 60.00

• Stevovich is best known for oil paintings and pastels that combine abstract formalities with a figurative narrative.

Publication April 2020

Michael Botwinick has been Director of the Hudson River Museum since 2001. He has also served as Director of the Brooklyn Museum, the Corcoran Gallery of Art in Washington, DC, and the Newport Harbor Art Museum in Orange County, CA.

Lara Nickel: 12 Horses Homage to Jannis Kounellis texts by Germano Celant, Alex Bacon, José Jiménez, Lara Nickel

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n 1969, Jannis Kounellis brought 12 living horses inside a gallery space in Rome, creating a dreamlike experience. Lara Nickel’s homage consists of 12 life-size horse paintings, all presented realistically with white backgrounds which mimic the “neutral” gallery wall. • Lara Nickel’s homage references several ideas in

Kounellis’ original piece. Germano Celant see page 65. Alex Bacon is an art historian based in New York City. José Jiménez is an art curator, professor of aesthetics and author of philosophy and art theory in Madrid.

Specifications size 121⁄4 × 93⁄4 in. (31 × 25 cm) tri-language edition (English-French-Italian) 124 pages 100 colour illustrations hardcover ISBN 978-88-572-4036-7 £ 28.00, $ 35.00 Publication February 2020

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Lydia Janssen. Dance into Art edited by Rosa Maria Falvo foreword by Larry Poons, essay by Ian Findlay-Brown Specifications size 91⁄2 × 103⁄4 in. (24 × 27 cm) 128 pages 80 colour illustrations hardcover ISBN 978-88-572-4159-3 £ 25.00, $ 30.00 Publication March 2020

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his book surveys the emotional landscape of Lydia Janssen’s relationship to her art, as she attempts to paint movement and to move with paint. The viewers’ kinaesthetic reaction is as significant as their visual response. • 80 colour plates showcase paintings produced over two decades, as well as recent works in mixed-media on linen, incorporating a variety of cultural influences.

Rosa Maria Falvo is a writer, editor and curator. Larry Poons is an American abstract painter, who originally rose to fame for his Op Art works in the 1960s. Ian Findlay-Brown is a British arts writer based in Hong Kong.

Dominique Blain. Displacements texts by Dominique Blain, Ami Barack, Catherine Bédard, Gérard Wajcman, Louise Dery Specifications size 81⁄4 × 121⁄4 in. (21 × 31 cm) dual-language edition (English-French) 128 pages 50 colour illustrations hardcover ISBN 978-2-37074-125-7 £ 28.00, $ 35.00 Publication March 2020 Exhibition Schedule Paris, Canadian Cultural Centre from 26 September 2019

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ominique Blain’s main mediums are photography, installations and sculpture. Social and political history is at the core of her work, driven by the need to understand where she comes from and what place she occupies in a world in constant turmoil. • Installations by the artist exhibited for the first time.

Dominique Blain studied at NY Film Academy and at BeauxArts, Montréal. Ami Barack is a curator, art critic, professor. C. Bédard is associate director of the Canadian Cultural Centre, Paris. Gérard Wajcman is a writer, psychoanalyst, lecturer. Louise Dery is professor at UQAM.

Carlos Motta History’s Back Rooms Specifications size 91⁄2 × 11 in. (24 × 30 cm) dual-language edition (English-Spanish) 300 pages 250 colour illustrations hardcover ISBN 978-88-572-4111-1 £ 50.00, $ 60.00 Publication April 2020

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his is the first comprehensive monograph of the work of Carlos Motta, one of Colombia’s most recognized and celebrated contemporary artists, whose art practice explores alternative narratives regarding marginalized communities and identities in the context of social and political histories.

• Twenty years of Carlos Motta’s career, from the artist’s early experiments to his most recent works. • The book also includes a preface by Colombian art historian Victor Manuel Rodríguez and an introductory essay by Peruvian writer and curator Miguel A. López.


texts by Fatima-Zahra Lakrissa, Michel Gauthier, Kenza Sefrioui, Mostafa Nissabouri, Toni Maraini, Mohammed Chabâa

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his publication highlights a crucial period in the career of Farid Belkahia: his return to Morocco in 1962 and his appointment as director of the School of Fine Arts of Casablanca. • Texts by renowned art historians.

Fatima-Zahra Lakrissa is a researcher/curator. Michel Gauthier is a curator at the Centre Pompidou. Kenza Sefrioui is a culture journalist, critic and editor. Mostafa Nissabouri is founder of the journals Souffles (1966) and Intégral (1971). Toni Maraini is a writer, art historian and ethnologist. Mohammed Chabâa is an artist and former director of Tetouan Institute of Fine Arts.

Specifications Size 91⁄2 × 12 in. (24 × 30 cm) dual-language edition (English-French) 208 pages 100 colour illustrations hardcover ISBN 978-2-37074-129-5 £ 35.00, $ 45.00 Publication March 2020

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Farid Belkahia and the Casablanca School

Mohamed Melehi edited by Michel Gauthier

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orn in 1936 in Asilah, Mohamed Melehi is one of the main modern Moroccan painters. Since the 1960s, he has created a body of work based on the recurring pattern of the wave. His canvases are always optical abstractions with strong edges. • Discovering a major Moroccan painter and leading figure of modernity.

Michel Gauthier is an art critic, curator at the Centre Pompidou in Paris, director of the collection L’espace littéraire for the Presses du réel and editorial advisor for the review 20/27.

Specifications size 91⁄2 × 12 in. (24 × 30 cm) dual-language edition (English-French) 208 pages 150 colour illustrations hardcover ISBN 978-2-37074-114-1 £ 35.00, $ 45.00 Publication March 2020

Anne Samat edited by Rosa Maria Falvo text by Leeza Ahmay

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his is a comprehensive survey of Anne Samat’s work over the last two decades (1996–2019). Using intricately woven textiles, synthetic fibres, rattan sticks and many other found and household objects, this artist creates colourful and elaborate totems that are inspired by ancient Southeast Asian legends, her own familial lineage and the rich cultural diversity existing in Malaysia today. • This book features an in-depth interview with the artist and an extensive essay that contextualises her work.

Specifications size 91⁄2 × 11 in. (24 × 29 cm) 224 pages 150 colour illustrations paperback ISBN 978-88-572-4257-6 £ 30.00, $ 40.00 Publication May 2020

Rosa Maria Falvo is a writer, editor and curator. Leeza Ahmady is a curator, arts educator, administrator and director of the Asian Contemporary Art Week.

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New Titles Fashion

Fashion, Art & Nature chez Oscar Carvallo edited by Hélène Farnault

Specifications size 91⁄2 × 11 in. (24 × 28 cm) 240 pages 300 colour illustrations hardcover ISBN 978-88-572-4241-5 £ 50.00, $ 60.00

The relationship between art, nature and fashion in the creations of the Venezuelan designer that conquered audiences and critics around the world

Publication April 2020

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ashion and art have always had intimate and fruitful relations, accompanying social change and, in particular, the role of women in the world. Oscar Carvallo is a fashion designer who challenges things with his original and amusing contents and who, among his numerous artistic collaborations, is associated with Carlos Cruz-Diez, a key Op art artist and colour theorist, to elaborate new collections. This extraordinary encounter has given life to creations titled Kinetic Journey. Silhouettes and colours occupy space-time, accompany the fluid motion of silks and satins or sculpt bodies in an intermingling of colours that make the senses vibrate and deceive the gaze. Carvallo’s passion for art is linked to his love of nature, pursued with true dedication. His vision of the world is reflected in his collections “Save Our Soul”, “Caribbean Sea” or “Neptune”; he reveals the anxiety of being in “Melancholy” or “Eagle Eye”; he questions the passing of time that withers and decays things and living beings. Carvallo tries to fight this decay – with artists, designers, craftsmen – and to build beauty – freeing it, displaying it. This incredible creative inclination sublimes nature that can renew itself and which must be safeguarded. • Creations by the grand designer inspired by art and nature. Hélène Farnault, an author and expert on fashion, has worked for the French Ministry of Culture for Mission des Métiers d’art; some of her books include Métiers d’art de la mode (2014) and Métiers d’art de la mode (2011).

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With ten interviews devoted to the ten commandments, Philipp Plein, one of the most famous fashion designers in the world, talks about his lifestyle, ideas, philosophy

Specifications size 12 × 12 in. (30 × 30 cm) dual-language edition (English-Italian) 500 pages 500 colour illustrations hardcover ISBN 978-88-572-4155-5 £ 190.00, $ 250.00

New Titles Fashion

Philipp Plein The Bible

Publication January 2020

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he ten commandments of Philipp Plein are told in this stunning photographic book which highlights the driving force of the company represented by human inspiration and creativity with the aim to set trends rather than follow them. This strong belief paved the way to become today’s international lifestyle brand. A dedication to the extraordinary, a devotion to beauty and a passion for rock and roll are the strong character traits that have compelled Philipp Plein to give rise to a brand notorious for both unbridled luxury and edgy style. His strong interest in art, architecture and foreign cultures was shaped early in life through extensive travels, and his collections can be seen as works of art and stand for nobility and perfection. Philipp Plein. The Bible is devoted to all fashionable individualists who are craving to make their inner desires become reality. Because life is too short to be insignificant. Philipp Plein was born in Munich in 1978 and educated in Switzerland and Germany. When he is not circling the globe managing his empire, the designer divides his time between the corporate headquarters in Switzerland, his estate in Cannes and his homes in New York City and Bel Air. • A survey of Plein’s philosophy of fashion: unique, passionate, exclusive. • Philipp Plein is a major international lifestyle brand. It differentiates itself thanks to its creations for people that intuitively choose the extraordinary things in life. • Philipp Plein is a brand notorious for both unbridled luxury and edgy style. 41


New Titles Photography

Give It All. Yasushi Handa’s Photographic Testimony of World Etoile. Diana Vishneva’s Nostalgic Homecoming photographs by Yasushi Handa

Specifications size 91⁄2 × 12 in. (24 × 30 cm) 200 pages 100 colour illustrations hardcover ISBN 978-88-572-4030-5 £ 50.00, $ 60.00

An intimate photography book on Ballet Étoile Diana Vishneva’s extraordinary dedication to the art of Ballet, made during her recent nostalgic homecoming to beloved Russia

Publication May 2020

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iana Vishneva is a world-class athlete and testament of total dedication to the Art of Ballet. An art that can be achieved only by way of stoic discipline, painful training and personal sacrifice. Only a year after winning the Gold Medal at Prix de Lausanne in 1994, Diana became the principal dancer at The Mariinsky Theater. From there, her exceptional skills allowed her to begin a truly international career with performances at the Opera in Paris, at La Scala in Milan, at the Bayerisches Staatsballett, to name just a few. From 2005 until 2017, Diana was a principal dancer at the American Ballet Theater in New York. Yasushi Handa has decided to create a photographic account of her recent past and her present. He and Diana Vishneva have touched subjects that had relevance in her life, such as her encounter with the most revered Star of Soviet Era Ballet, Maya Plisetskaya, as well as her devotion to religious beliefs and her desire to nurture promising talents. Glimpses of Russian society are photographed as a symbolic backdrop for the story of this book. • Photographs never published before. • The Ballet Étoile Diana Vishneva immortalised by a leading photographer. Yasushi Handa (1955) is one of Japan’s most accomplished photographers. He has been a recipient of important national and international awards for work done as a photographer and director of photography. His photographs have appeared in Condé Nast publications: Vogue, GQ, Vanity Fair, in the US and Europe. With Skira he published Mighty Silence. Images of Destruction (2012).

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edited by Francesca Interlenghi

An intense photo album of everyday life in Sahiwal, a Punjab city, in Pakistan

Specifications size 11 × 11 in. (28 × 28 cm) dual-language edition (English-Italian) 156 pages 142 colour illustrations hardcover ISBN 978-88-572-4203-3 £ 36.00, $ 45.00

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Sohail Karmani The Spirit of Sahiwal

Publication May 2020

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ohail Karmani is a professor at New York University in Abu Dhabi, where he currently teaches Power and Ethics in Photography. But he is also a passionate photographer who over time has elaborated his own storytelling language around people, travels, street life and documentary photography. Born into a family from Pakistan, in 2010 he visited for the first time Sahiwal, the city of his father, in the east-central district of Punjab, better known as the site of the Ancient Civilisation of the Indus Valley and dating to the third millennium BC. Overwhelmed by the colours, vibrations and stories hidden in each corner, he created a photo album that aims to pay tribute to the beauty, humanity, dignity and extraordinary spirit of resilience of these people. Avoiding all clichés painfully attached to an idea of the East consisting in the lost and the forgotten or capitalising on the suffering of people, this publication offers an up-close, and in many cases intimate, look at Sahiwali society. Fragments of daily life in which faces intermingle with rituals, rites and ceremonies of a land whose natural human condition is still in part intact. The vibrant and contrasting colours and intense light blend with florid and genuine humanity, crystalized in images that are highly engaging for viewers. • Fragments of everyday life and intense portraits by a great photographer.

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The Life and Times of Alvin Baltrop edited by Antonio Sergio Bessa

Specifications size 91⁄2 × 11 in. (24 × 28 cm) 256 pages 236 colour illustrations hardcover ISBN 978-88-572-4183-8 £ 40.00, $ 50.00

The photographer who obsessively documented New York’s early underground gay culture, on the occasion of his first retrospective

Publication January 2020 Exhibition Schedule New York, Bronx Museum of the Arts 7 August 2019 – 9 February 2020

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orn in the South Bronx, Alvin Baltrop (1948–2004) started photographing as a teenager and honed his skills during a brief period in the U.S. Navy, which he joined in 1969. After returning to New York in 1972, he soon focused his attention to the activities going on around the city Meatpacking District, where a number of gay clubs, a truck parking lot and the derelict structure of Pier 52 provided an alternative site for gay men to meet, cruise and engage in sex. Baltrop’s photographs taken on these sites along the Hudson River are a perfect counterpoint to the images he took during his years in the Navy, and together, these two series offer a compelling chronicle of the epoch, not only from the standpoint of a detached observer but also from that of a witness fully engaged in two of the most jarring moments in American history: the Vietnam War and the near-destruction of New York City. • Bronx-native Alvin Baltrop left an important body of work after his untimely death in 2004 that only now is garnering the serious attention it deserves. • The photographs of Alvin Baltrop memorialize New York City at a breaking-point moment amid ruin and chaos. • The book features over 120 photographs drawn from the Bronx Museum’s permanent collection and from private collections, in addition to the artist’s personal archive, housed at the Bronx Museum. Antonio Sergio Bessa is the director of curatorial and education programs at the Bronx Museum, and a teacher of museum education at Columbia University Teachers College.

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photographs by Marco Campelli; text by Giulietta Cozzi

A photo album exploring the Big Apple outside Manhattan

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he soul of New York is recounted through the faces and stories of those who experience the city beyond Manhattan. A metropolitan adventure with a powerful impact becomes the metaphor of an inner journey. The Ducati Diavel is the perfect vehicle for those who decide to break the rules and escape, leaving behind the routines of a conventional life to liberate their minds and bodies. Marco Campelli is a photographer with experience in the world of cars and motorcycles, and has authored books on photography. He is also a passionate motorcyclist. He spent his youth riding Enduro bikes and his life immortalising the feats of champs.

Specifications size 91⁄2 × 11 in. (24 × 28 cm) dual language edition (English-Italian) 160 pages 100 colour illustrations hardcover ISBN 978-88-572-4277-4 £ 32.00, $ 39.95

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The Way Out. New York Beyond Manhattan Riding Away on a Ducati

Publication May 2020

• A unique New York, a metropolitan journey on a Ducati. Giulietta Cozzi has always been passionate about automobiles and motorcycles, a passion that corner after corner led her to create Half Mag, a blog where she discusses first-hand her adventures riding a motorcycle or behind a wheel.

Why Photography? New Visions: The Henie Onstad Triennial for Photography and New Media texts by Brian Sholis and Susanne Østby Sæther

The publication seeks to be a manifesto on and about photography

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enie Onstad Kunstsenter has been groundbreaking for almost 50 years in presenting new and experimental art, and is a historical place for photography in Norway. Why Photography? highlights and goes in-depth on the current generation of photographers and functions as a reference publication for the years to come. Henie Onstad will be working with a new collaborative partner as co-curators for each edition. For the first edition they are collaborating with the artist-run Oslo-based gallery MELK (Behzad Farazollahi, Christian Tunge and Bjarne Bare), who have been pivotal in promoting new practices within Scandinavian photography nationally and internationally.

Specifications size 61⁄2 × 91⁄2 in. (17 × 24 cm) 280 pages 200 colour illustrations hardcover ISBN 978-88-572-4266-8 £ 35.00, $ 45.00 Publication May 2020 Exhibition Schedule Oslo, Henie Onstad Kunstsenter 21 February – 10 May 2020

• An in-depth survey of the current generation of photographers. Susanne Østby Sæther, curator for Photography and New Media at Henie Onstad Kunstsenter, Oslo. Brian Sholis is an editor, writer and independent curator based in Toronto.

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New Titles Design and Applied Arts

Andrea Vallicelli A History of Designs edited by Valerio Paolo Mosco

Specifications size 11 × 91⁄2 in. (28 × 24 cm) 312 pages, 216 colour and 140 b/w illustrations hardcover ISBN 978-88-572-4194-4 £ 60.00, $ 75.00

Forty years of boat design told by a major designer

Publication April 2020

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orty years of history, not only of boat design, but of the boating world in general. Andrea Vallicelli, the designer of Azzurra for the first Italian America’s Cup, narrates everything in an exciting story, fine-tuned with Valerio Paolo Mosco, who make us participants in a story, that of the boating world, which is still mainly unchartered. The book is also a precious collection of drawings, mostly previously unpublished, that bear witness to the evolution of design representation techniques: from pencils to software. Andrea Vallicelli has conducted much research applied mainly to boating, designing numerous boats built in Europe and in America and vastly published in international magazines. He has also won many national and international awards and recognitions. • History of boating and the evolution of design representation techniques: from pencils to software. • Andrea Vallicelli, “father” of Azzurra, is a leading figure in yacht design and naval architecture. • A book for designers with drawings and projects covering 40 years of boating. • A must for all boating enthusiasts.

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Valerio Paolo Mosco, an architect, has taught at the Illinois Institute of Technology (IIT) in Chicago, the School of Engineering in Brescia, IUAV in Venice, Politecnico di Milano and IED in Rome. He is the author of L’Ultima cattedrale (Sagep, 2015), Nuda architettura (Skira, 2012), Ensamble Studio (Edilstampa, 2012), Sessant’anni di ingegneria in Italia e all’estero (Edilstampa, 2010), Steven Holl (Motta-Sole 24 Ore, 2009), among other publications.


New Titles Design and Applied Arts

Élie Gharzouzi Life in Images texts by Élie Gharzouzi and Fifi Abou Dib

Specifications size 91⁄2 × 12 in. (24 × 30 cm) dual-language editions (English-French) 264 pages 300 colour illustrations hardcover ISBN 978-2-37074-110-3 £ 60.00, $ 80.00

Discovering the sublime interiors of mansions and palaces by Élie Gharzouzi

Publication February 2020

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lie Gharzouzi, the Lebanese architect and interior designer, is renowned for being one of the first people to initiate the Arab world to European decorative arts, in particular French and English, thus taking on the mantle of transmitter of cultures. His truly theatrical atmospheres are dialogues between his Parisian culture, his Oriental sense of conviviality and his Mediterranean sensuality. He takes pleasure in playing with styles and mixing them, in juggling with colours, always with discretion, creating a very personal mark by opening up the boundaries between centuries, years, trends and fashions. A feature of his approach is a certain taste for solemnity. The interiors that he creates, be it for apartments, villas, palaces or yachts, are at one and the same time intriguing, inspired, always a little intimidating, but highly refined. • This work is an invitation to enter into the universe of Élie Gharzouzi, his works, his discoveries, his delicate arrangements, his timeless poetry. One lets oneself be led by the hand and bear witness to these improbable spaces that the designer has brought to life. And dream, eyes wide open. • A stunning book on design and refinement. Élie Gharzouzi is an internationally renowned architect and interior designer. Fifi Abou Dib is a journalist, author, columnist at L’Orient-le-Jour and editor in chief of L’Officiel Levant.

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edited by Luca Molinari

Specifications size 81⁄2 × 11 in. (21.5 × 28 cm) 272 pages, 200 colour and 100 b/w illustrations paperback ISBN 978-88-572-4172-2 £ 42.00, $ 50.00

Twenty years in the career of the architect from Turin

New Titles Architecture

Benedetto Camerana Projects and Visions for the Future of Architecture

Publication April 2020

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hat is the future of architecture? The architect from Turin Benedetto Camerana answers by examining his twenty years of career with projects built and designed, integrating them with the illustration of a contemporary vision of the landscape and the city. The volume is divided into four main sections, in which titles represent themes that outline the past and the idea of architecture, the urban context, the interior space and the landscape, topics discussed in roundtables with key figures in the sector. The volume ends with a broad overview of the international scene, with designs for some Chinese towns, the Hamburg port and some large Italian cities, relaunching the centrality of contemporary design and the search for new forms of environmental sustainability for our future. • Integration of architecture and landscape in the projects designed and built over twenty years. A curator, critic and historian of architecture, Luca Molinari is associate professor of Architecture Design and Theory, Department of Industrial Design and Architecture “Luigi Vanvitelli”, Università della Campania.

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Limited Editions

Daido Moriyama in Color Limited Edition Filippo Maggia

Specifications framed original and signed photograph 123⁄4 × 163⁄4 in. (32.5 × 42.5 cm) image 73⁄4 × 93⁄4 in. (19.5 × 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 × 133⁄4 in. (45 × 35 cm) Yokusuka edition ISBN 978-88-572-3116-7 Self-portrait edition ISBN 978-88-572-3631-5 Nocturnal Nude edition 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. 52


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Sports

Barça. Més que un Club 120 Years 1899–2019

Specifications size 111⁄4 × 143⁄4 in. (28.5 × 37.3 cm) English, Catalan and Spanish edition 496 pages 500 colour illustrations hardcover English edition ISBN 978-88-572-4095-4 Catalan edition ISBN 978-88-572-4096-1 Spanish edition ISBN 978-88-572-4097-8 £ 48.00, $ 60.00

The official book of FC Barcelona on the occasion of its 120th anniversary

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e are more than a team of great stars, we are more than a stadium full of dreams, we are more than the goals we’ve scored and more than the trophies that we’ve won throughout our history. This book details the complete history of the famous football club. Through its pages and images, the reader is be able to delve into the victories harvested by the most emblematic players and trainers of the organization, and discover the evolution and social impact of a club that has managed to transcend the sporting field and convert into a global phenomenon. • 120 years of passions and emotions, splendidly illustrated in the pages of this official commemorative volume. During its long and immensely successful history, Futbol Club Barcelona has won 25 La Liga titles, 30 Copa del Rey trophies, 5 Champions Leagues and 3 FIFA Club World Cup. • This book is for the millions of supporters of the Club that want to be informed about the complete history of FC Barcelona in greater depth. It is also an absolute essential for sports enthusiasts, interested in finding out all the secrets of one of the most important football clubs in the world. It’s one of the most complete books on football published to date. • The volume includes a detailed analysis on their history, their victories, the key players. An excellent book, very complete and perfect for Barça’s fans. • A must for every Barça follower!

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Sports

AC Milan edited by Carlo Pellegatti and Umberto Zapelloni

Specifications size 111⁄4 × 143⁄4 in. (28.5 × 37.3 cm) 400 pages 400 colour illustrations dutch binding ISBN 978-88-572-4116-6 £ 48.00, $ 60.00

The official book of Milan on the occasion of its 120th anniversary

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n December 1899, Milan Football and Cricket Club was officially established. From that moment on, the glorious history of Milan started as the club wrote its name in football’s record books, becoming one of the most famous and successful teams in the world, especially over the last 15 years. The book traces the history of the leading Italian soccer team AC Milan from the team’s beginnings to the present. But the book is not only the history of a successful club. Alongside the football glories and the successes, the book details the club’s activities and projects: in fact, AC Milan firmly believes in the social value of football, capable of creating dreams, emotions, expectations and values for millions of people. The club has undertaken a comprehensive process of corporate social responsibility. Through sports, which educates, brings together and inspires, the Fondazione Milan gives support to all the youngsters who need to invest in their untapped potential and help them make their dreams come true, so that everyone has the opportunity to develop their talents. • 120 years of passions and emotions, splendidly illustrated in the pages of the official volume. • The complete, successful history of the Club. • A must for every Milan follower.

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Sports

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

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

Specifications size 111⁄4 × 143⁄4 in.(28.5 × 37.3 cm) 432 pages 705 colour illustrations paperback ISBN 978-88-572-3827-2 £ 48.00, $ 65.00, Can. $ 85.00

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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. 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.

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Japanese and Oriental Art

Hiroshige The Master of Nature Gian Carlo Calza

Specifications size 91⁄2 × 11 in. (24 × 28 cm) 304 pages, 244 colour and 203 b/w illustrations paperback ISBN 978-88-572-0106-1 £ 49.95, $ 75.00, $ Can. 92.00

A fascinating and comprehensive reference album of Hiroshige, the last great figure of the ukiyo-e style

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he great artist of the Japanese popular school of printmaking, Hiroshige (1797-1858) transmuted everyday landscapes into intimate, lyrical scenes. With Hokusai, he dominated the popular art of Japan in the first half of the nineteenth century. He captured, in a poetic, gentle way that all could understand, the ordinary person’s experience of the Japanese landscape as well varied moods of memorable places at different times. His total output was immense, some 5400 prints in all. Ukiyo-e publishing was not a cultural institution subsidized by public funds, but rather a commercial business. During his lifetime, Hiroshige was well known and commercially successful. But the Japanese society did not take 100 much notice of him. His real reputation started with his discovery in Europe. • This beautiful book examines various aspects of Hiroshige’s oeuvre and reproduces in colour some two hundred of his prints. • The comprehensive text examines his life and achievement as well as his masterworks and explains the particular qualities that make Hiroshige such an essential artist. Gian Carlo Calza is a scholar of Asian and intercultural cultures between Asia and the West. Former Professor of East Asian Art History at the University of Venice until 2010, he directed the International Hokusai Research Center in Milan from 1990 to 2012. He has published many books, exhibition catalogues and articles.

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edited by Rossella Menegazzo

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

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atsushika Hokusai, 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. 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.

Specifications size 91⁄2 × 12 in. (24 × 30 cm) 352 pages 329 colour illustrations hardcover ISBN 978-88-572-3694-0 £ 40.00, $ 55.00, Can. $ 70.00

Japanese and Oriental Art

Hokusai The Master’s Legacy

• A comprehensive overview of the work of one of Japan’s greatest and most influential artists. • For all Japanese art lovers. Rossella Menegazzo teaches History of East-Asian Art at the University of Milan.

Kuniyoshi Visionary of the Floating World edited by Rossella Menegazzo

The work of one of the greatest Japanese artists, a key exponent of ukiyo-e

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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. 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. Violent, powerful, armed people with muscular bodies covered in tattoos that today inspire manga, anime, tattoo artists and illustrators across the world. 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 × 91⁄2 in. (28 × 24 cm) 216 pages 311 colour illustrations hardcover ISBN 978-88-572-3689-6 £ 36.00, $ 50.00, Can. $ 67.50

• Kuniyoshi is regarded as one of the true masters of ukiyo-e. • A must for Japanese art lovers, fans or collectors of Kuniyoshi. Rossella Menegazzo see above.

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Modern and Contemporary Art

Ver Sacrum The Vienna Secession Art Magazine 1898 –1903 Valerio Terraroli

All the covers and a selection of illustrations from Ver Sacrum for the 120th anniversary of this historic magazine Specifications size 11 × 111⁄2 in. (28 × 29 cm) 224 pages 484 colour illustrations hardcover ISBN 978-88-572-3876-0 £ 48.00, $ 65.00

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ith its title hinting at the Sacred Spring of ancient Latin people, Ver Sacrum was the official magazine of the Vienna Secession. During the six years of its publication (1898-1903), 471 drawings, 55 lithographs and copper engravings and 216 wood engravings were expressly produced for the magazine. Conceived by Gustav Klimt, Max Kurzweil and Ludwig Hevesi, Ver Sacrum offered its readers seminal contributions on literature, music and the contemporary arts as well as a rich collection of decorative inventions by the most accomplished Secession masters. The goal of Ver Sacrum was to educate its readers to the modern taste and, at the same time, create a total work of art. • With its 450 images, this book illustrates the originality of Ver Sacrum’s new language, intended as a veritable manifesto and destined to become a foundation of modernity. Valerio Terraroli teaches Museum Studies and the History of Artistic Literature and Art Criticism at the University of Verona.

Giorgio de Chirico The Changing Face of Metaphysical Art edited byVictoria Noel-Johnson

An innovative analysis of the artistic poetics of the master of metaphysical painting Specifications size 91⁄2 × 11 in. (24 × 28 cm) 264 pages 209 colour illustrations hardcover ISBN 978-88-572-4058-9 £ 29.95, $ 40.00 Exhibition Schedule Genoa, Palazzo Ducale 30 March – 7 July 2019

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hrough a selection of important works made during this master’s career, the volume aims to conduct a critical revision of the artist’s complex practice. The book promotes an innovative interpretation of the artist’s oeuvre (both metaphysical, where the traditional confines of linear time and space are replaced by the doctrine of cyclical coexistence); an arrangement according to themes and not chronology underlines the idea that, despite the many changes in style, technique and subject, composition and colour tone, all of De Chirico’s works may offer tangible visions of the intangible philosophical concept of metaphysics advanced by Nietzsche: constant metaphysics. • Over 90 works made by De Chirico during his entire career from important museums and private collections in Italy and the Fondazione Giorgio e Isa de Chirico.

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Victoria Noel-Johnson, art curator and historian specialised in early 20th-century Italian art, is one of the greatest experts of Giorgio de Chirico’s painting.


NSU Art Museum Fort Lauderdale; essays by Avis Berman, Bonnie Clearwater, Martha Lucy, Barbara Buhler Lynes

First reference book comparing the works of the two masters

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illiam J. Glackens’s (1870–1938) keen interest in the work of Pierre-Auguste Renoir (1841–1919) has long been recognized, but Glackens’s specific debt to the art of this important French modernist has not been fully explored. In bringing together more than 30 works by each of these two important modernists for the first time, this book fills this void. It demonstrates Glackens’s response to Renoir’s Impressionist work (1860-mid– 1880s), which was avidly purchased by a wide variety of American collectors, and defines Glackens’s late style (c. 1925–1938), with its affinities with and distinctions from Renoir’s work.

Specifications size 81⁄2 × 11 in. (21 × 28 cm) 144 pages, 101 colour and 148 b/w illustrations hardcover ISBN 978-88-572-3950-7 £ 28.00, $ 35.00 Exhibition Schedule Florida, NSU Art Museum Fort Lauderdale 21 October 2018 – 19 May 2019 Chattanooga, Hunter Museum of American Art 21 June – 21 September 2019

Modern and Contemporary Art

William J. Glackens and Pierre-Auguste Renoir Affinities and Distinctions

• The catalogue will shed new light on how Glackens’s study of Renoir and works by Cézanne, Matisse and Charles and Maurice Prendergast in Barnes’s collection, and art he saw in Italy in 1926, shaped his own concept of the modern. • The book will be the first to define Glackens’s late style, how it differs from and shares affinities with Renoir’s late works.

Parallels. Gustav Vigeland and his Contemporaries Bourdelle, Maillol, Meunier, Rodin edited by Guri Skuggen and Jarle Strømodden

A volume celebrating the 150th anniversary of the renowned Norwegian sculptor’s birth

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ustav Vigeland (1869–1943) is most famous for the Vigeland Park in Oslo. However, it was with his portraits, monuments and small sculpture groups that Vigeland first made a name for himself as Norway’s foremost sculptor, in the early twentieth century. This book focuses on this aspect of Vigeland’s oeuvre; it also sheds light on the sculptor’s international associations. For the first time Vigeland is presented together with some of the most central artists of his age, all pioneers in the development of modern sculpture: Meunier, Rodin,

Specifications size 91⁄2 × 11 in. (24 × 28 cm) English and Norwegian edition 224 pages 149 colour illustrations English edition, paperback ISBN 978-88-572-4039-8 Norwegian edition, hardcover ISBN 978-88-572-4038-1 £ 42.00, $ 55.00 Exhibition Schedule Oslo, Vigeland Museum 12 April – 15 September 2019

Bourdelle and Maillol. • This selection is based on Vigeland’s own photo collection, books and exhibition catalogues in Vigeland’s library, as well as his notes and letters where he comments on these artists Guri Skuggen is an art historian and curator at the Vigeland Museum, Oslo. Jarle Strømodden is an art historian and since 2005 director at the Vigeland Museum.

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Modern and Contemporary Art

Magritte. Life Line edited by Xavier Canonne, Julie Waseige, Guido Comis

90 extraordinary paintings retrace the themes of the Magritte conference Lifeline in which the artist expressed himself on his work and on the sources of his inspiration Specifications size 83⁄4 × 11 in. (22 × 28 cm) 200 pages, 162 colour and 33 b/w illustrations harcover ISBN 978-88-572-3897-5 £ 32.00, $ 40.00 Exhibition Schedule Lugano, MASI Museo d’arte della Svizzera italiana 16 September 2018 6 January 2019 Helsinki, Amos Rex February – 19 May 2019

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n 1938, René Magritte delivered the lecture entitled La Ligne de vie (Life Line), one of the rare occasions on which the artist talked about his work in public. During the hour-long lecture, he illustrated, with the aid of slides, the evolution of his work and revealed the techniques that had allowed him to create images characterized by a “disturbing poetic effect”. Following the thread of the thoughts expressed in that lecture, this catalogue retraces his career from its beginnings, featuring over ninety of his works alongside others by artists such as Giorgio de Chirico and Max Ernst, whom Magritte included among his influences during the early years. • The work of the most celebrated Belgian artist of the twentieth century. Xavier Canonne is director of the Musée de la Photographie of Charleroi and member of the Committee of the Fondation Magritte. Julie Waseige is an expert on the painter’s works and formerly a researcher at the Musée Magritte. Guido Comis has worked alongside the curators to identify all the works and to complete the critical analysis.

Jaume Plensa One Thought Fills Immensity texts by Jeremy Strick, Clare Lilley, Brooke Kamin Rapaport, Fumio Nanjo, Catherine Millet

A major monograph on the international artist’s practice Specifications size 103⁄4 × 12 in. (27 × 30 cm) 288 pages 214 colour illustrations hardcover ISBN 978-88-572-3464-9 £ 60.00, $ 80.00

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nternationally celebrated Spanish artist Jaume Plensa has emerged as one of the most significant voices in contemporary sculpture. For over thirty years, Plensa has created a multifaceted body of work that interplays traditional materials with unconventional media on intimate and monumental scales. One Thought Fills Immensity is the most comprehensive monograph published on the artist to date with over 200 color plates and contributions from international curators and scholars.

• An updated monograph on this leading contemporary artist, winner of many national and international awards. • Jaume Plensa (b. 1955) is one of the world’s foremost sculptors working in the public space, with over 30 projects spanning the globe in cities such as Chicago, Dubai, London, Liverpool, Nice, Tokyo, Toronto and Vancouver.

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edited by John Cauman, David Everitt Howe, Oksana Salamatina editorial coordination Paola Gribaudo

The works of Roberto Matta for the first exhibition in Russia devoted to one of the last Surrealist masters

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ublished for the first exhibition in Russia, the volume features over 60 works showing Roberto Matta’s unique understanding of space and the evolution of the artist who was able to find his own vison of the world through the fourth dimension and project it on canvas. Courage, thirst for knowledge, being open to new trends in art, deep psychological insight and keen interest in technical progress made Roberto Matta an outstanding figure in the world of art.

Specifications size 91/2 × 121/4 in. (24 × 31 cm) English and Russian edition 224 pages 55 colour illustrations hardcover ISBN 978-88-572-4026-8 E ISBN 978-88-572-4027-5 RU £ 42.00, $ 55.00 Exhibition Schedule St. Petersburg, White Hall of the General Staff Building 2 April – 30 June 2019

Modern and Contemporary Art

Matta & The Fourth Dimension

• Matta is a seminal figure in 20th-century Abstract Expressionist and Surrealist art. • The book is realized in collaboration with the Contemporary Art department of the State Hermitage Museum. John Cauman is an independent curator and writer on late 19th-century and early 20th-century art. Oksana Salamatina, Russian native, New-York-based gallerist, curator and author, is founder and owner of the Salamatina Gallery in New York. David Everitt Howe is a Brooklyn-based critic and curator.

Hito Steyerl The City of Broken Windows edited by Carolyn Christov-Bakargiev and Marianna Vecellio

The works by visual artist and filmmaker Hito Steyerl, one of the most influential cultural figures of our time

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teyerl’s works are critical reflections on the digital and contemporary age and focus on the pervasive role of technology and the circulation of images in the globalized world. Her installations are immersive architectural environments that seek to establish the way in which technology and Artificial Intelligence shape reality and how it is experienced. This catalogue features essays by the exhibition’s curators and by the feminist art historian Griselda Pollock. Richly complemented by an extensive selection of images from the exhibition, the book also contains two new texts by the artist and her important essay In Defense of the Poor Image (2009).

Specifications size 91⁄2 × 11 in. (24 × 28 cm) 212 pages 272 colour illustrations hardcover ISBN 978-88-572-4029-9 £ 40.00, $ 50.00 Exhibition Schedule Rivoli–Torino, Castello di Rivoli Museo d’Arte Contemporanea 1 November 2018 30 June 2019

• Hito Steyerl focuses on the role of media, technology and the circulation of images in the era of digital nativism. Carolyn Christov-Bakargiev, Italian-American writer, art historian and curator, is currently the director of Castello di Rivoli Museo d’Arte Contemporanea. Marianna Vecellio, art historian, is curator at Castello di Rivoli Museo d’Arte Contemporanea.

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Modern and Contemporary Art

Alphonse Mucha edited by Tomoko Sato

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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. This catalogue explores the development of Mucha’s career and overall achievements as a multifaceted and visionary artist.

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

• Published in collaboration with the Mucha Foundation, it presents posters, drawings, paintings, decorative works, books and photographs. Tomoko Sato is curator of the Mucha Foundation.

Calder–Picasso edited by Alexander S.C. Rower, Bernard Ruiz-Picasso, Laurent Le Bon, Claire Garnier, Émilia Philippot Specifications size 83⁄4 × 113⁄4 in. (23 × 29 cm) English and Spanish edition 256 pages 200 colour illustrations hardcover ISBN 978-2-37074-103-5 £ 38.00, $ 50.00

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lexander Calder and Pablo Picasso renewed the way we look at art. By exploring figurative as well as abstract themes, this catalogue studies the use of “empty space” in the artworks of these two artists, in their similarities and differences.

• Masterpieces from two of the most influential artists of the 20th century. Alexander S.C. Rower president of the Calder Foundation. Bernard Ruiz-Picasso co-founder and co-president of the Fundación Almine y Bernard Ruiz-Picasso. Laurent Le Bon president of the Musée national Picasso-Paris. Claire Garnier curator and collections director at the Musée national Picasso-Paris. Émilia Philippot, curator at the Musée Picasso-Paris.

Picasso Between Cubism and Neoclassicism 1915–1925 edited by Olivier Berggruen with Anunciata von Liechtenstein Specifications size 91⁄2 × 11 in. (24 × 28 cm) 256 pages 227 colour illustrations hardcover ISBN 978-88-572-3693-3 £ 36.00, $ 50.00, Can. $ 67.50

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he book evokes Picasso’s journey to Rome and Naples, focusing on his ability to experiment in different genres and documenting the long-term impact of his Italian journey on his art. With over 100 iconic paintings, drawings and photographs, it offers masterpieces and key works from 1915 to 1925, aiming to highlight hidden links, resurfacings or the pre-existence of Classical elements throughout the artist’s career. • Essays by eminent international Picasso scholars.

Olivier Berggruen, art historian, for several years he was an expert in Impressionism and Modernism at Sotheby’s in London.

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Germano Celant

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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. 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.

Specifications size 91⁄2 × 12 in. (24 × 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 United States. Germano Celant, a renowned art historian, critic and theoretician, has served as the curator of exhibitions worldwide and published over 100 books and catalogues.

Modern and Contemporary Art

Vedova De America

Mimmo Paladino Germano Celant

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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.

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

• The most comprehensive monograph on the Italian artist.

Marco Bagnoli Germano Celant

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he artistic trajectory described by Marco Bagnoli since the 1970s is analyzed and documented through a critical study and a detailed chronology in this publication. Examination of the artist’s contribution reveals his sense of art as a different reality in which to exist and operate. A superseding of the univocal, linear tendencies that characterized Minimalism and Conceptual Art, to achieve a dialogue capable of making the physical and the mental, the emotive and the logical reverberate with one another through the use of colors and objects, light and shadow.

• The volume is the most extensive survey of the artist’s production and provides the opportunity to discover his sculptures and installations.

Specifications size 91⁄2 × 11 in. (24 × 28 cm) 512 pages, 703 colour and 9 b/w illustrations hardcover ISBN 978-88-572-2238-7 £ 80.00, $ 100.00

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Modern and Contemporary Art

Geometry and Art in the Modern Middle East edited by Roxane Zand, texts by Roxane Zand and Sussan Babaie

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n a groundbreaking volume about the use of Islamic geometry in modern and contemporary art from the region, the authors explore ways in which traditional geometric legacies are applied and interpreted in new contexts. the book traces the significance of geometry in the history of Islamic arts, looking at the emergence of modernisms of the Middle East through selected works by twenty artists and their multidisciplinary practices.

Specifications size 91⁄2 × 11 in. (24 × 28 cm) 168 pages 72 colour illustrations hardcover ISBN 978-88-572-4016-9 £ 40.00, $ 50.00

• A fascinating exploration into modern Middle East art. Roxane Zand is Sothebys Deputy Chairman for the Middle East. Sussan Babaie teaches History of Islamic art and architecture at The Courtauld Institute, London.

Working Through the Past Nordic Conceptual Art as a Tool for re-Thinking History edited by Kjetil Røed Specifications size 63⁄4 × 91⁄2 in. (16.5 × 24 cm) 168 pages 100 colour illustrations paperback ISBN 978-88-572-3297-3 £ 25.00, $ 30.00

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ow do we understand art? How do we understand history? In this book the art critic Kjetil Røed suggests that artworks provide not only tools for understanding our own past, but also indicate how art is entangled in the web of collective histories. He guides us through a range of examples from both national and international pasts, but also personal backstories. • The first book on Nordic Conceptual Art, to show how art can be used as a tool for remembering the past as something experienced, rather than merely taught.

Kjetil Røed, writer and art critic based in Oslo, is the head art critic in the Norwegian daily Vårt Land. Specifications size 83⁄4 × 11 in. (22 × 28 cm) 120 pages 44 colour illustrations hardcover ISBN 978-88-572-4017-6 £ 25.00, $ 35.00 Exhibition Schedule Oslo, Museum of Cultural History 7 March – 18 August 2019

The Sea is History edited by Selene Wendt

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nspired by the seminal poem by Derek Walcott, The Sea is History explores topics related to postcolonial discourse that are not limited to a single geographic region, one type of visual art practice, or one specific theoretical approach. Within this context, migration and displacement are recurring themes that relate to a timeframe that begins with the Atlantic slave trade and continues until today.

• The artists featured in the book stand out in their ability to convey a complex and nuanced picture of migration from both a historical and contemporary perspective. Selene Wendt is an independent curator of international exhibitions and writer.

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Caroline Hancock

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xhibitions were Joanna Drew’s life. She began her impressive career at the Arts Council of Great Britain in 1952 and during the following forty years she organised an extraordinarily diverse range of exhibitions across time and culture, from prehistoric art to contemporary art, folk art and high art.

• Joanna Drew’s career spans four decades, from the 1950s to the 1990s, and many key figures on the British art scene worked with her. • The 150 exhibitions she made included landmark exhibitions.

Specifications size 61⁄2 × 91⁄2 in. (16.5 × 24 cm) 224 pages 80 colour illustrations paperback ISBN 978-88-572-3952-1 £ 35.00, $ 45.00

Caroline Hancock is an independent curator based in Paris. In 2008, she was awarded a Joanna Drew Travel Bursary to research in Algeria.

Haegue Yang. Anthology 2006–2018 Tightrope Walking and Its Wordless Shadow edited by Bruna Roccasalva

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he expansive spectrum of Haegue Yang (born 1971, Seoul) flows freely between social inquiry and history, personal life and collective memory, yielding images and experiences of enormous evocative power, in which objects, figures and places are inextricably linked. The book is a rich, fully illustrated anthology of fifteen significant essays and conversations on Yang’s work.

Modern and Contemporary Art

Joanna Drew and the Art of Exhibitions

Specifications size 61⁄2 × 91⁄2 in. (16.5 × 24 cm) 448 pages, 63 colour and 129 b/w illustrations hardcover ISBN 978-88-572-3977-4 £ 40.00, $ 50.00 Exhibition Schedule Milan, Triennale 7 September – 4 November 2018

• A resourceful anthology with texts by internationally renowned writers, art historians and curators. Bruna Roccasalva is Artistic Director of Fondazione Furla and Editor in Chief of L’Officiel Art.

Francesco Arena edited by Vincenzo De Bellis and Jacopo Crivelli

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his book gathers a selection of around 60 works made by Francesco Arena from 2004 to 2019, plus two scholarly texts that analyze the basic themes in the artist’s research, like the relationship between man and time and how this conditions the spaces we live in. The monograph is rounded off by a conversation between Francesco Arena and Ines Goldbach and technical entries of all the works with illustrations and short texts compiled directly by the artist.

Specifications size 71⁄4 × 93⁄4 in. (18.5 × 25 cm) 240 pages 200 colour illustrations hardcover ISBN 978-88-572-4106-7 £ 55.00, $ 65.00

• Arena’s works have been shown in solo exhibitions in Europe. Vincenzo De Bellis is curator and associate director of events at the Walker Art Center, Minneapolis. Jacopo Crivelli Visconti will be curator of the 34th Bienal de São Paulo.

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Modern and Contemporary Art

You, Me and Art Artists in the 21st Century Marta Gnyp

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n the rapidly changing and vastly expanding art world, one thing has never changed: it is the artist who remains at the center of the artistic universe. In fascinating personal interviews, seventeen outstanding contemporary artists reflect on what it means to be an artist today, providing material to analyze the most urgent questions of the current art system.

Specifications size 61⁄2 × 91⁄2 in. (16.5 × 24 cm) 296 pages 85 colour illustrations hardcover ISBN 978-88-572-3832-6 £ 42.00, $ 55.00

• Featuring interviews with François Pinault, Anthony d’Offay, Demetrio Paparoni. Marta Gnyp, Dutch art historian at the University of Amsterdam, is a collector of contemporary art, art advisor and contributing art editor for international magazines.

Y.Z. Kami Works 1985–2018 texts by Robert Storr, Laura Cumming; interview by Elena Geuna Specifications Skira / Gagosian size 9 ⁄2 × 12 ⁄4 in. (24 × 31 cm) 408 pages 345 colour illustrations hardcover ISBN 978-88-572-3939-2 £ 65.00, $ 90.00 1

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ver the past thirty years, Y.Z. Kami has built a resounding oeuvre that spans both portraiture and abstraction, using direct observation, poetic reference, and repeated geometries to create poignant evocations. This comprehensive monograph explores the breadth of Kami’s work, from his early figure studies and photographic works to his portraits, Dome paintings, sculpture, and works on paper. Illustrated with over 300 color images, the publication includes texts by leading scholars and curators Robert Storr, Laura Cumming, and Elena Geuna.

Robert Storr is a leading American curator, critic and writer. Laura Cumming is an art critic. Elena Geuna is an independent curator, author and art advisor. Specifications size 91⁄2 × 11 in. (24 × 28 cm) 144 pages 131 colour illustrations paperback ISBN 978-88-572-3864-7 £ 25.00, $ 35.00 Exhibition Schedule Cincinnati, CAC Contemporary Arts Center 15 July – 22 October 2017

Jane Benson A Place for Infinite Tuning texts by Steven Matijcio, Nico Israel, Sara Reisman

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his book surveys the landscape of Jane Benson’s acute yet lyrical practice, forging a trajectory through the past decade as she splits, fractures and skews archetypal structures into poignant re-assemblies. It is Benson’s first major monograph, on the occasion of her survey exhibition at the Contemporary Arts Center in Cincinnati. • New York-based artist Jane Benson explores the social consequences caused by geo-cultural separation.

Steven Matijcio is curator at Cincinnati Contemporary Arts Center. Nico Israel is Professor of English at the CUNY Graduate Center and Hunter College. Sara Reisman is a New York-based curator.

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edited by Sandrina Bandera, Alessandro Castiglioni, Emma Zanella

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he book features eighty paintings and drawings, most of which unpublished, which shed a 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. The book also explores Kerouac’s relationship with Italy through a selection of photographs.

Specifications size 61⁄2 × 91⁄2 in. (16.5 × 24 cm) 176 pages 87 colour illustrations hardcover ISBN 978-88-572-3779-4 £ 30.00, $ 39.95, Can. $ 50.00

• A unique opportunity to admire Kerouac’s paintings. Sandrina Bandera was superintendent of Milan and director of Brera Museum. She is president of Ma*Ga. Alessandro Castiglioni is an art historian and curator. Emma Zanella is director of Ma*Ga.

Zainul Abedin

Great Masters of Bangladesh edited by Rosa Maria Falvo texts by Abul Mansur, Nazrul Islam, Rosa Maria Falvo, Abul Hasnat Size 10 × 12 in. (25 × 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

Shiva Ahmadi

Michelle Yun and Talinn Grigor Size 91⁄2 × 12 in. (24 × 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

Abbas Akhavan

Diana Al-Hadid

Size 61⁄2 × 91⁄2 in. (16.5 × 24 cm) 160 pages, 104 colour illustrations paperback ISBN 978-88-572-3368-0 £ 36.00, $ 45.00, Can. $ 60.00

Size 73⁄4 × 10 in. (20 × 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

texts by Francisco-Fernando Granados, Omar Kholeif, Vassilis Oikonomopoulos, Marina Roy, Amy Zion

Phantom Limb edited by Maya Allison

Nasser Alyousif

American Chronicles

Arabic Hurufiyya

Art et Liberté. Rupture, War

Size 91⁄2 × 11 in. (24 × 28 cm) dual-language edition (E-A) 412 pages, 427 colour illustrations hardcover ISBN 978-88-572-3815-9 £ 50.00, $ 75.00

Size 91⁄2 × 11 in. (24 × 28 cm) 200 pages, 166 colour illustrations hardcover ISBN 978-88-572-2576-0 £ 29.95, $ 50.00, Can. $ 50.00

Size 91⁄2 × 11 in. (24 × 28 cm) 144 pages, 100 colour illustrations paperback ISBN 978-88-572-3151-8 £ 34.95, $ 45.00, Can. $ 60.00

Size 91⁄2 × 11 in. (24 × 28 cm) 224 pages, 250 colour illustrations paperback, £ 28.00 ISBN 978-2-37074-031-1 English ed. ISBN 978-2-37074-048-9 German ed. ISBN 978-2-37074-049-6 Spanish ed. ISBN 978-2-37074-050-2 Arabic ed. not available in US / Canada / LA

texts by Melissa Enders-Bhatia, Dr. Maha Azizeh Sultan

The Art of Norman Rockwell edited by Danilo Eccher and Stephanie Haboush Plunkett

Art and Identity Charbel Dagher; translated from Arabic by Samir Mahmoud

Modern and Contemporary Art

Kerouac Beat Painting

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

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Modern and Contemporary Art

Korean Eye

Korean Eye 2

Hong Kong Eye

Indonesian Eye

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

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

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

Size 91⁄2 × 91⁄2 in. (24 × 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 ⁄2 × 9 ⁄2 in. (24 × 24 cm) 376 pages, 528 colour illustrations paperback ISBN 978-88-572-2250-9 £ 39.95, $ 65.00, Can. $ 65.00

Size 9 ⁄2 × 9 ⁄2 in. (24 × 24 cm) 376 pages, 528 colour illustrations paperback ISBN 978-88-572-2478-7 £ 39.95, $ 65.00, Can. $ 65.00

Size 9 ⁄2 × 9 ⁄2 in. (24 × 24 cm) 476 pages, 520 colour illustrations paperback

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

Size 91⁄2 × 91⁄2 in. (24 × 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 Malaysian Art edited by Serenella Ciclitira 1

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Young Galleries New Artists edited by Serenella Ciclitira

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Contemporary Korean Art edited by Serenella Ciclitira

Contemporary Singapore Art edited by Serenella Ciclitira 1

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Emerging Artists New Art Scenes edited by Serenella Ciclitira

Contemporary Hong Kong Art edited by Serenella Ciclitira

Contemporary Thailand Art edited by Serenella Ciclitira 1

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

Contemporary Indonesian Art edited by Serenella Ciclitira

Contemporary Vietnamese Art edited by Serenella Ciclitira


Contemporary Artists from Pakistan edited by Salima Hashmi and Rosa Maria Falvo

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

The Art of PG Thelander Made with No Loss of Time edited by Necmi Sönmez and Louise Lidströmer

Size 91⁄2 × 11 in. (24 × 28 cm) 264 pages, 300 colour illustrations hardcover ISBN 978-88-572-3784-8 £ 48.00, $ 65.00

Ed Atkins

edited by Carolyn ChristovBakargiev and Marianna Vecellio Size 91⁄2 × 11 in. (24 × 28 cm) 240 pages, 200 colour illustrations hardcover ISBN 978-88-572-3389-5 £ 38.00, $ 50.00, Can. $ 67.50

Size 6 ⁄2 × 9 ⁄2 in. (16.5 × 24 cm) 172 pages, 58 colour and 23 b/w illustrations, paperback ISBN 978-88-572-3945-3 £ 25.00, $ 35.00

Size 6 × 8 ⁄2 in. (15 × 21 cm) 224 pages, 150 colour illustrations paperback ISBN 978-88-572-1408-5 £ 14.95, $ 24.95, Can. $ 24.95

Nadiah Bamadhaj

Miquel Barceló

Jean-Michel Basquiat

The Beatles

Size 93⁄4 × 11 in. (25 × 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

Size 10 × 91⁄2 in. (25 × 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

Size 81⁄2 × 11 in. (21 × 28 cm) 240 pages, 222 colour illustrations hardcover ISBN 978-88-572-0811-4 £ 25.00, $ 39.95, Can. $ 46.00

Bidibidobidiboo

Leng Bing-Chuan

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text by Kathleen Suraya Warden, edited by Rosa Maria Falvo, with an artist interview Size 91⁄2 × 11 in. (24 × 28 cm) 216 pages, 243 colour illustrations hardcover ISBN 978-88-572-4098-5 £ 35.00, $ 45.00

Farid Belkahia or Art at Liberty

Size 131⁄3 × 12 in. (34 × 30 cm) dual-language edition (E-F) 208 pages, 150 colour illustrations hardcover ISBN 978-2-37074-068-7 £ 35.00, $ 50.00, Can. $ 65.00

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Rudy Chiappini

Works from Collezione Sandretto Re Rebaudengo Francesco Bonami Size 91⁄2 × 11 in. (24 × 28 cm) dual-language edition (E-I) 256 pages, 200 colour and 50 b/w illustrations, hardcover ISBN 978-88-7624-366-0 £ 42.00, $ 80.00, Can. $ 110.00

edited by Rudy Chiappini

Size 11 × 11 in. (28 × 28 cm) 224 pages, 113 colour illustrations hardcover ISBN 978-88-572-4060-2 £ 60.00, $ 75.00

Modern and Contemporary Art

Art for Education

in Comic Strips Enzo Gentile and Fabio Schiavo

Bloodlines

The Zhang Xiaogang Story Lu Peng, edited by Rosa Maria Falvo and Bruce Doar Size 91⁄2 × 12 in. (24 × 30 cm) 368 pages, 185 colour illustrations hardcover ISBN 978-88-572-3273-7 £ 58.00, $ 75.00, Can. $ 100.00

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Modern and Contemporary Art

Art of the Twentieth Century

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

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

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

Agostino Bonalumi

Pauline Boudry / Renate Lorenz

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 × 11 in. (24 × 28 cm) 240 pages, 188 colour illustrations hardcover ISBN 978-88-572-2083-3 £ 50.00, $ 79.00, Can. $ 79.00

Fahd Burki

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

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Art of the Twentieth Century

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

Moving Backwards edited by Charlotte Laubard

Size 8 ⁄4 × 12 ⁄4 in. (22.5 × 31 cm) 104 pages, 120 colour illustrations hardcover ISBN 978-88-572-4114-2 £ 25.00, $ 30.00 3

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Sakti Burman

A Private Universe edited by Rosa Maria Falvo texts by Professor Brijinder Nath Goswamy and Rosa Maria Falvo Size 9 ⁄2 × 11 in. (24 × 28 cm) 208 pages, 170 colour illustrations hardcover ISBN 978-88-572-2619-4 £ 60.00, $ 95.00, Can. $ 95.00 1

Art of the Twentieth Century

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

Louise Bourgeois The Fabric Works Germano Celant

Size 9 ⁄2 × 11 in. (24 × 28 cm) 336 pages, 474 colour illustrations hardcover ISBN 978-88-572-0654-7 £ 65.00, $ 90.00, Can. $ 90.00 1

Art of the Twentieth Century

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

André Brasilier

edited by David Rosenberg Size 91⁄2 × 11 in. (24 × 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

Alberto Burri

Cai Guo-Qiang: Saraab

Size 91⁄2 × 12 in. (24 × 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

Size 101⁄2 × 9 in. (26.6 × 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

Black Work edited by Bruno Corà

Cai Guo-Qiang with an essay by Yuko Hasegawa


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

Antoni Clavé

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

Art of the Twentieth Century scientific committee: Gabriella Belli, Carlo Bertelli, Germano Celant, Ester Coen, Ida Gianelli editor: Valerio Terraroli Size 81⁄2 × 11 in. (21 × 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

China

The New Generation Jean-Marc Decrop and Jérôme Sans

Huguette Caland

Everything Takes the Shape of a Person, 1970–78 edited by Aram Moshayedi Size 91⁄2 × 91⁄2 in. (24 × 24 cm) 192 pages, 133 colour illustrations hardcover ISBN 978-88-572-3554-7 £ 36.00, $ 45.00, Can. $ 60.00

A City for Impressionism Monet, Pissarro and Gauguin in Rouen Laurent Salomé

Size 93⁄4 × 113⁄4 in. (24.5 × 29.5 cm) 256 pages, 830 colour illustrations hardcover ISBN 978-2-37074-065-6 £ 85.00, $ 120.00, Can. $ 155.00

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

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

Collezione Giuseppe Iannaccone. Volume I

Gianni Colombo

Contemporary Voices

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

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

edited by Carolyn ChristovBakargiev and Marcella Beccaria Size 91⁄2 × 11 in. (24 × 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

from the Asian and Islamic Art Worlds Olivia Sand Size 61⁄2 × 91⁄2 in. (16.5 × 24 cm) 800 pages, 265 colour illustrations hardcover ISBN 978-88-572-3476-2 £ 58.00, $ 75.00, Can. $ 100.00

Yoan Capote

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

Modern and Contemporary Art

Art of the Twentieth Century

Golda and Meyer Marks

Cobra Collection

NSU Art Museum Fort Lauderdale texts by K. Weitering, W. Stokvis, K. Kurczynski, R. Steenbergen, L.N. Marks, B. Zwart Size 61⁄2 × 91⁄2 in. (16.5 × 24 cm) 208 pages, 161 colour illustrations dutchbinding ISBN 978-88-572-3635-3 £ 35.00, $ 45.00, Can. $ 60.00

Demi

texts by Oksana Salamatina and Lynette Bosch editorial coordination Paola Gribaudo Size 91⁄2 × 11 in. (24 × 28 cm) 208 pages, 175 colour and 3 b/w illustrations, hardcover ISBN 978-88-572-3909-5 £ 35.00, $ 45.00

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Daniel Dezeuze

Drawings texts by Olivier Kaeppelin, Pierre Manuel; co-published with Galerie Daniel Templon Size 9 ⁄2 × 12 in. (23.5 × 30 cm) 304 pages, 300 colour illustrations hardcover ISBN 978-2-37074-105-9 £ 45.00, $ 55.00 1

Friedel Dzubas

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

Jan Fabre. Stigmata

Actions & Performances. 1976-2013 Germano Celant Size 81⁄2 × 113⁄4 in. (21 × 29.7 cm) 648 pages, 755 colour illustrations hardcover ISBN 978-88-572-2124-3 £ 65.00, $ 100.00, Can. $ 100.00

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Espen Dietrichson

Dokoupil

Virginia Dwan

Size 91⁄2 × 11 in. (24 × 28 cm) 152 pages, 140 colour illustrations hardcover ISBN 978-88-572-3818-0 £ 32.00, $ 45.00, Can. $ 57.50

Size 91⁄2 × 12 in. (24 × 30 cm) 256 pages, 283 colour illustrations hardcover ISBN 978-88-572-3615-5 £ 45.00, $ 60.00, Can. $ 80.00

Size 61⁄2 × 91⁄2 in. (16.5 × 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

Jorge Eielson

Damian Elwes. Secrets of the Studios

Encyclopaedia of the Word

Seven Years edited by Demetrio Paparoni

Matter, Sign, Space edited by Francesca Pola Size 91⁄2 × 11 in. (24 × 28 cm) dual-language edition (English-Italian), 96 pages 50 colour illustrations hardcover ISBN 978-88-572-4075-6 £ 30.00, $ 40.00

Jan Fabre

Tribute to Hiëronymus Bosch in Congo. Tribute to Belgian Congo with an introduction by Eckhard Schneider Size 9 ⁄2 × 12 in. (24 × 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

texts by Reiner Opoku, Luca Marenzi, Magda Dokoupilova

From Monet to Ai Weiwei text by Sylvie Girardet co-published with the Musée en Herbe Size 8 ⁄2 × 9 ⁄4 in. (22 × 24.5 cm) 80 pages, 40 colour illustrations paperback ISBN 978-2-37074-070-0, £ 12.95 not available in US / Canada / LA 1

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Wojciech Fangor

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

and Dwan Gallery edited by Germano Celant

Artist Dialogues. 1968–2008 ABO Achille Bonito Oliva introduction by Jorge Luis Borges Size 6 × 81⁄2 in. (15 × 21 cm) 480 pages, 70 colour illustrations paperback ISBN 978-88-572-0463-5 £ 29.95, $ 45.00, Can. $ 45.00

A Feast of Wonders Sergei Diaghilev and the Ballets Russes edited by John E. Bowlt and Zelfira Tregulova

Size 91⁄2 × 11 in. (24 × 28 cm) Russian edition, 320 pages 260 colour and 80 b/w illustrations hardcover ISBN 978-88-572-0092-7 £ 39.95, $ 60.00, Can. $ 60.00


Farid Belkahia

Fouad Bellamine

Faisal Samra

Size 9 ⁄2 × 11 in. (24 × 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 ⁄2 × 12 in. (24 × 30 cm) 208 pages, 125 colour illustrations hardcover ISBN 978-88-572-1944-8 £ 34.00, $ 55.00, Can. $ 55.00

Size 9 ⁄ × 12 in. (24 × 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 91⁄2 × 11 in. (24 × 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

Fendre l’air

FOOD

Lucio Fontana

From Art Brut to Art without Boundaries

Nadine Déscendre 1

Art of Bamboo in Japan texts by Stéphane Martin, Naoko Tomonaga, Masanori Moroyama, Andreas Marks, Shinya Maezaki, Satomi Suzuki, Maiko Takenobu Size 81⁄2 × 121⁄2 in. (21 × 32 cm) 304 pages, 220 colour illustrations paperback ISBN 978-2-37074-106-6 £ 50.00, $ 70.00

edited by Rajae Benchemsi 1

edited by Adelina von Fürstenberg Size 8 × 91⁄2 in. (20 × 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

Pascale Le Thorel 1 2

Ambienti Spaziali Architecture Art Environments edited by Germano Celant Size 9 ⁄ × 11 in. (24 × 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 1   2

FuturBalla

Paul Gauguin

Nancy Genn

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

Size 91⁄2 × 11 in. (24 × 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

Size 91⁄2 × 11 in. (24 × 28 cm) 144 pages, 105 colour and 19 b/w illustrations, paperback ISBN 978-88-572-3785-5 £ 32.00, $ 45.00, Can. $ 57.50

Life Light Speed edited by Ester Coen

Artist of Myth and Dream Stephen F. Eisenman

Architecture from Within edited by Francesca Valente

Roxana Azimi, Gilles de Bure

Modern and Contemporary Art

Halim Al Karim

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

Good Dreams, Bad Dreams

American Mythologies. Selections from the Tony and Elham Salamé Collection Aïshti Foundation edited by Massimiliano Gioni Size 93⁄4 × 11 in. (24.8 × 28.6 cm) 416 pages, 242 colour illustrations hardcover ISBN 978-88-572-3238-6 £ 45.00, $ 65.00, Can. $ 85.00

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Modern and Contemporary Art

The Great Mother

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

William L. Hawkins

An Imaginative Geography Susan Mitchell Crawley, co-published by the Figge Art Museum and The Columbus Museum of Art (Ohio) Size 12 × 11 in. (30 × 28 cm) 136 pages, 78 colour illustrations hardcover ISBN 978-88-572-3634-6 £ 39.95, $ 55.00, Can. $ 75.00

Historicode

Scarcity and Supply Chief Curator Lu Peng Size 61⁄2 × 91⁄2 in. (16.5 × 24 cm) 400 pages, 120 b/w illustrations hardcover ISBN 978-88-572-3440-3 £ 40.00, $ 50.00, Can. $ 67.50

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Group Spirit – Wild Style edited by Peres Projects

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

Wang Guangyi

Works and Thoughts 1985−2012 Demetrio Paparoni Size 91⁄2 × 11 in. (24 × 28 cm) 416 pages, 542 colour illustrations hardcover ISBN 978-88-572-1567-9 £ 60.00, $ 95.00, $ Can. 95.00

Subodh Gupta

edited by Camille Morineau and Mathilde de Croix, texts by G. Celant, N. Bourriaud, B. Singh. Copublished with Monnaie Paris Size 73⁄4 × 101⁄4 in. (19.5 × 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

Jan Henderikse

Marianne Heske

Damien Hirst

Size 91⁄2 × 11 in. (24 × 28 cm) dual-language edition (English-Italian), 112 pages 63 colour illustrations hardcover ISBN 978-88-572-3981-1 £ 30.00

Size 5 × 71⁄2 in. (13.5 × 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 × 113⁄4 in. (26 × 31 cm) Arabic edition, 306 pages 162 colour illustrations hardcover ISBN 978-88-572-2075-8 £ 48.00, $ 75.00, Can. $ 75.00

The History of the Nude

Hogarth, Reynolds, Turner

Edward Hopper

Mint edited by Francesca Pola

Flaminio Gualdoni

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

Arbeider & Notater. Works & Notes Marianne Heske

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

Size 91⁄2 × 11 in. (24 × 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

Relics edited by Francesco Bonami

Carter E. Foster, Carol Troyen, Sasha Nicholas, Luigi Sampietro, Demetrio Paparoni, Goffredo Fofi Size 11 × 12 in. (28 × 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


texts by Scott Indrisek editorial coordination Paola Gribaudo

Igor & Marina

with a text by Ilya Kutik editorial coordination Paola Gribaudo

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

Size 91⁄2 × 12 in. (24 × 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

Miscellaneous Artistic coordination by Peter Greenaway

Size 91⁄2 × 11 in. (24 × 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

Maria Cristina Mundici and Bepi Ghiotti Size 91⁄2 × 11 in. (24 × 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

Anselm Kiefer

Klimt

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

Size 51⁄3 × 61⁄2 in. (13.5 × 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

Impressionism

SkiraMiniARTbooks Size 5 ⁄3 × 6 ⁄2 in. (13.5 × 17 cm) 96 pages, 50 colour illustrations paperback ISBN 978-88-6130-738-4 £ 4.99, $ 8.99, Can. $ 9.99 1

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In the World

Essays on Contemporary South African Art edited by Ashraf Jamal Size 61⁄2 × 91⁄2 in. (16.5 × 24 cm) 416 pages, 112 colour illustrations paperback ISBN 978-88-572-3563-9 £ 40.00, $ 55.00, Can. $ 75.00

Marcus Jansen

Bakhodir Jalal

Size 11 × 11 in. (28 × 28 cm) 208 pages, 120 colour illustrations hardcover ISBN 978-88-572-3057-3 £ 42.00, $ 60.00, Can. $ 60.00

Size 91⁄2 × 11 in. (24 × 28 cm) 208 pages, 170 colour illustrations hardcover ISBN 978-88-572-3636-0 £ 45.00, $ 65.00, Can. $ 85.00

Vasily Klyukin

Saeed Kooros

Decade foreword by Steve Lazarides texts by Noah Becker, Paolo Manazza, Brooke Lynn McGowan, Lawrence Voytekx

Live Sculptures introduction by Vasily Klyukin editorial coordination Paola Gribaudo Size 91⁄2 × 131⁄4 in. (24.5 × 33.5 cm) 224 pages, 106 colour illustrations hardcover ISBN 978-88-572-4004-6 £ 48.00, $ 65.00

Modern and Contemporary Art

Volker Hüller

A Line to Eternity edited by Rosa Maria Falvo texts by Nigora Akhmedova, Natalya Andakulova, with an interview by Rosa Maria Falvo

edited by Hamid Keshmirshekan Size 101⁄4 × 81⁄2 in. (26 × 22 cm) 240 pages, 150 colour illustrations hardcover ISBN 978-88-572-4118-0 £ 42.00

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Modern and Contemporary Art

Élie Lascaux

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

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

Kata Legrady Graphic Works

once upon a time... edited by David Rosenberg with an essay by Bazon Brock Size 9 ⁄2 × 11 in. (24 × 28 cm) 136 pages, 89 colour illustrations hardcover ISBN 978-88-572-1964-6 £ 34.95, $ 55.00, Can. $ 55.00 1

Roy Lichtenstein

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

Roy Lichtenstein

Antonio Ligabue

Lights On

Romualdo Locatelli

Size 91⁄2 × 11 in. (24 × 28 cm) 320 pages, 235 colour illustrations hardcover ISBN 978-88-572-1889-2 £ 55.00, $ 90.00, Can. $ 90.00

Size 81⁄2 × 101⁄4 in. (21.5 × 26 cm) dual-language edition (English-German), 192 pages 88 colour and 126 b/w illustrations paperback ISBN 978-88-572-4069-5 £ 30.00

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

Size 91⁄2 × 101⁄4 in. (24 × 26 cm) dual-language edition (English-Italian), 232 pages 155 colour and b/w illustrations paperback ISBN 978-88-572-4048-0 £ 30.00, $ 40.00

The Long Curve

Longing for Eternity

Love

Wang Luyan

Sculptor edited by Germano Celant essays by Clare Bell and Ian Wallace

150 Years of Visionary Collecting at the Albright-Knox Art Gallery Douglas Dreishpoon, H. E. Hughes, Mariann W. Smith, Susana Tejada Size 91⁄2 × 11 in. (24 × 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

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Kata Legrady

The Swiss van Gogh edited by Monika Jagfeld, Renato Martinoni, Sandro Parmiggiani

One Century of Iraqi Art from the Hussain Ali Harba Family Collection edited by Mary Angela Schroth with a text by Aasim Abdul-Ameer Size 91⁄2 × 91⁄2 in. (24 × 24 cm) 320 pages, 500 colour illustrations hardcover ISBN 978-88-572-1876-2 £ 57.00, $ 85.00, Can. $ 85.00

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

Contemporary Art Meets Amour edited by Danilo Eccher Size 81⁄2 × 121⁄4 in. (21 × 31 cm) 320 pages, 200 colour illustrations hardcover ISBN 978-88-572-3357-4 £ 32.00, $ 45.00, Can. $ 55.00

An Artistic Voyage from Rome, the Eternal City, to Bali, the Island of the Gods edited by Vittorio Sgarbi

Visual Thinking and Measured Painting edited by Huang Du; editorial coordination Paola Gribaudo Size 91⁄2 × 11 in. (24 × 28 cm) 240 pages, 193 colour illustrations hardcover ISBN 978-88-572-1128-2 £ 36.00, $ 60.00, Can $ 68.00


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

Chris Martin

Paintings texts by Glenn O’Brien, Dan Nadel, Nancy Princenthal and Trinie Dalton Size 91⁄2 × 12 in. (24 × 30 cm) 320 pages, 173 colour illustrations hardcover ISBN 978-88-572-3474-8 £ 60.00, $ 75.00, Can. $ 110.00

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

Man Ray

Guido Comis, Marco Franciolli and Janus Size 81⁄2 × 11 in. (22 × 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 × 11 in. (28 × 28 cm) 152 pages, 100 colour illustrations hardcover ISBN 978-88-572-2940-9 £ 29.95, $ 45.00, Can. $ 45.00

Rafael Megall

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

Umberto Mariani

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

Eliseo Mattiacci Germano Celant

Size 91⁄2 × 11 in. (24 × 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

Moments

edited by Polimoda / Linda Loppa Size 81⁄4 × 111⁄2 in. (21.5 × 29 cm) 512 pages, 500 colour illustrations paperback ISBN 978-88-572-3176-1 £ 38.00, $ 55.00, Can. $ 70.00

Antonio Marras

Nulla dies sine linea The Life, Diaries and Notes of a Restless Man edited by Francesca Alfano Miglietti Size 81⁄2 × 11 in. (21.5 × 27.5 cm) 274 pages, 360 colour illustrations hardcover ISBN 978-88-572-3482-3 £ 42.00, $ 55.00, Can. $ 75.00

Modern and Contemporary Art

Nja Mahdaoui

Naum Medovoy

Last March editorial coordination Paola Gribaudo; texts by N. Medovoy, T. Tweeten, V. Komar, A. Traubner, O. Salamatina, and J. Cauman Size 91⁄2 × 11 in. (24 × 28 cm) 80 pages, 35 colour illustrations hardcover ISBN 978-88-572-2631-6 £ 22.50, $ 35.00, Can. $ 35.00

Mondialité

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

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Modern and Contemporary Art

Giorgio Morandi

Farhad Moshiri

Robert Motherwell

Size 91⁄2 × 11 in. (24 × 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

Size 10 × 111⁄2 in. (25 × 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 91⁄2 × 11 in. (24 × 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

1890–1964 edited by Renato Miracco and Maria Cristina Bandera

Nabil Mousa

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

Neoludica

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

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edited by Dina Nasser-Khadivi and Farah Rahim Ismail

The Myth of India in Western Culture 1808–2017 On the Paths of Enlightenment edited by Elio Schenini Size 61⁄2 × 91⁄2 in. (17 × 24 cm) 672 pages, 950 colour and b/w illustrations, hardcover ISBN 978-88-572-3666-7 £ 58.00, $ 75.00, Can. $ 100.00

The New American Abstraction 1950–1970 Claudine Humblet

Size 91⁄2 × 11 in. (24 × 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

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

Flowers

in the Louvre Béatrice Vingtrinier, Michel Lis Size 71⁄2 × 71⁄2 in. (19 × 19 cm) 80 pages, 40 colour illustrations hardcover ISBN 978-2-37074-008-3 £ 9.95, $ 19.95, Can. $ 24.95

Rafa Nasiri

Food

1

Size 9 ⁄2 × 11 in. (24 × 28 cm) 176 pages, 120 colour illustrations hardcover ISBN 978-88-572-3341-3 £ 32.00 not available in US / Canada

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

New Skin

The Condé Museum at the Château de Chantilly

Artist Books Sonja Mejcher-Atassi

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

in the Louvre Yves Pinard, Paul Bocuse

The Paintings Collection Nicole Garnier-Pelle

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


Christine Ödlund

Of Peace and War

Dennis Oppenheim

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

Size 83⁄4 × 12 in. (22 × 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 × 11 in. (24 × 28 cm) 264 pages, 120 colour illustrations hardcover ISBN 978-88-572-1969-1 £ 39.95, $ 65.00, Can. $ 65.00

Size 81⁄2 × 113⁄4 in. (24 × 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

Meret Oppenheim

Angel Otero

Jean-Michel Othoniel

Painting–Musée d’Orsay

Size 9 ⁄2 × 11 in. (24 × 28 cm) 176 pages, 144 colour illustrations hardcover ISBN 978-88-572-3144-0 £ 32.00, $ 40.00, Can. $ 55.00

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

Evan Penny

Beverly Pepper

1950–1965 edited by Germano Celant

Works in Dialogue from Max Ernst to Mona Hatoum edited by Guido Comis and Maria Giuseppina Di Monte Size 9 × 11 in. (22 × 28 cm) 224 pages, 144 colour illustrations hardcover ISBN 978-88-572-3539-4 £ 55.00, $ 65.00, Can. $ 85.00

Philippe Pasqua

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

Aether & Einstein Richard Julin, Linda Dalrymple Henderson

Everything and Nothing edited by Valerie Cassel Oliver 1

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

A Spanish Collection of Russian Art John Bowlt

My way Catherine Grenier

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

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

Modern and Contemporary Art

Nuvolo and Post-War Materiality

Stéphane Guégan

Size 12 × 93⁄4 in. (30 × 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 × 91⁄2 in. (16.5 × 24 cm) 192 pages, 126 colour illustrations hardcover ISBN 978-88-572-2110-6 £ 29.95, $ 45.00, Can. $ 45.00

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Modern and Contemporary Art

Kour Pour

edited by Marta Gnyp Size 8 × 11 in. (20.5 × 28 cm) 104 pages, 90 colour illustrations hardcover ISBN 978-88-572-4063-3 £ 28.00, $ 35.00

Laurent Reypens

In Slow Motion edited by Demetrio Paparoni Size 91⁄2 × 11 in. (24 × 28 cm) 240 pages, 161 colour illustrations hardcover ISBN 978-88-572-3782-4 £ 25.00, $ 35.00, Can. $ 45.00

Mimmo Rotella

Selected Works edited by Germano Celant Size 91⁄2 × 11 in. (24 × 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

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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 9 ⁄2 × 12 in. (24 × 30 cm) 192 pages, 90 colour illustrations hardcover ISBN 978-88-572-0647-9 £ 48.00, $ 75.00, Can. $ 75.00 1

Marc Quinn

Memory Box Germano Celant Size 81⁄4 × 113⁄4 in. (21 × 29.7 cm) 568 pages, 489 colour illustrations paperback ISBN 978-88-572-2030-7 £ 55.00, $ 90.00, Can. $ 90.00

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

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

Robin Rhode

Carol Rhodes

Alexander Rodchenko

Size 91⁄2 × 11 in. (24 × 28 cm) 168 pages, 269 colour illustrations hardcover ISBN 978-88-572-3653-7 £ 32.00, $ 40.00

Size 103⁄4 × 91⁄2 in. (27 × 24 cm) 196 pages, 116 colour illustrations hardcover ISBN 978-88-572-3814-2 £ 36.00, $ 50.00, Can. $ 65.00

Size 9 × 111⁄2 in. (22 × 28 cm) 248 pages, 270 colour illustrations hardcover ISBN 978-88-572-3175-4 £ 36.00, $ 55.00, Can. $ 55.00

Mimmo Rotella

Samaras

Tomás Saraceno

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

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

The Geometry of Colour edited by Ashraf Jamal with an interview by Jean Wainwright and an essay by Sean O’Toole

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

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

Album 2 edited by Donald Kuspit

exhibition curator Olga Sviblova exhibition and catalogue in collaboration with Moscow House of Photography / Multimedia Art Museum,Moscow

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


Julian Schnabel

Hiroshi Senju

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

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

Size 12 × 12 in. (30 × 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

Andrei Sharov

Wael Shawky

Signac

Vibeke Slyngstad

Size 91⁄2 × 11 in. (24 × 28 cm) 252 pages, 254 colour illustrations hardcover ISBN 978-88-572-3492-2 £ 38.00, $ 50.00, Can. $ 67.50

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

Size 91⁄2 × 11 in. (24 × 28.5 cm) 136 pages, 100 colour illustrations hardcover ISBN 978-88-572-3598-1 £ 35.00, $ 45.00, Can. $ 60.00

Socialist Realisms

Some Aesthetic Decisions

Henryk Stazewski

The Storytellers

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

Size 61⁄2 × 91⁄2 in. (16.5 × 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

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 × 113⁄4 in. (24 × 30 cm) 144 pages, 100 colour illustrations hardcover ISBN 978-88-572-2879-2 £ 38.00, $ 50.00, Can. $ 67.50

Great Soviet Painting 1920–1970 Matthew Bown, Matteo Lanfranconi

Permanently Becoming and the Architecture of Seeing edited by Norman Rosenthal

edited by Carolyn ChristovBakargiev and Marcella Beccaria

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

Donald Kuspit and Rachel Baum; editorial coordination Paola Gribaudo

Reflections on Water Marina Ferretti Bocquillon

Serge Lemoine, Christina Lodder edited by Andrzej Szczepaniak Size 91⁄2 × 11 in. (24 × 28 cm) 200 pages, 200 colour illustrations hardcover ISBN 978-88-572-3735-0 £ 36.00, $ 50.00, Can. $ 65.00

Kemal Seyhan

Proportional Line Last Decade edited by Necmi Sönmez texts by Edelbert Köb, Alistair Hicks, Necmi Sönmez Size 91⁄2 × 12 in. (24 × 30.5 cm) 104 pages, 88 colour illustrations hardcover ISBN 978-88-572-3831-9 £ 28.00, $ 40.00, Can. $ 52.50

Modern and Contemporary Art

Paolo Scheggi

Paintings 1992–2017 edited by Demetrio Paparoni

Narratives in International Contemporary Art edited by Selene Wendt Size 81⁄2 × 101⁄2 in. (21 × 27 cm) 128 pages, 89 colour illustrations hardcover ISBN 978-88-572-1480-1 £ 22.00, $ 35.00, Can. $ 35.00

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Modern and Contemporary Art

Summer Autumn Winter... and Spring

Suspension

The Trick Brain

Size 81⁄2 × 121⁄2 in. (21 × 31.5 cm) dual-language edition (E-F) 216 pages, 150 colour illustrations hardcover ISBN 978-2-37074-101-1 £ 35.00, $ 45.00

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

Hanne Tyrmi

Obiora Udechukwu

Federico Uribe

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

Size 91⁄2 × 111⁄2 in. (24.1 × 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

Size 93⁄4 × 11 in. (25 × 28 cm) 200 pages, 157 colour illustrations hardcover ISBN 978-88-572-3281-2 £ 42.00, $ 55.00, Can. $ 75.00

Natee Utarit

Emilio Vedova

Milan

Milan

Size 83⁄4 × 121⁄4 in. (22.5 × 31 cm) 192 pages, 116 colour illustrations hardcover ISBN 978-88-572-3553-0 £ 42.00, $ 55.00, Can. $ 75.00

Size 91⁄2 × 11 in. (24 × 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 × 81⁄3 in. (15 × 21 cm) 80 pages, 43 colour illustrations paperback ISBN 978-88-572-2414-5 £ 6.99, $ 10.00, Can. $ 10.00

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

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

Size 6 ⁄2 × 8 ⁄3 in. (16.5 × 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 1

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Zurab Tsereteli

photographs by James Hill; editorial coordination Paola Gribaudo Size 63⁄4 × 9 in. (17 × 23 cm) 96 pages, 65 colour illustrations hardcover ISBN 978-88-572-4040-4 £ 20.00, $ 25.00

Optimism Is Ridiculous edited by Demetrio Paparoni

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Sun & Sea (Marina)

edited by Lucia Pietroiusti design by Åbäke Size 121⁄4 × 121⁄4 in. (31.5 × 31.5 cm) box containing 12” vinyl record and 32 pages (performance libretto by the artists) ISBN 978-88-572-4101-2 £ 25.00, $ 30.00

The Lost Thing edited by Hanne Tyrmi

Scultore edited by Germano Celant

A History of Abstract Hanging Sculpture 1918–2018 edited by Matthieu Poirier and co-published with Olivier Malingue

Line, Image, Text edited by Chika Okeke-Agulu

Ten Masterpieces edited by Massimo Zanella

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

Watch the Parade 2017 edited by Bartholomew F. Bland

Highlights Massimo Zanella


Works 1998–2017 edited by Demetrio Paparoni Size 91⁄2 × 12 in. (24 × 30 cm) 416 pages, 565 colour illustrations hardcover ISBN 978-88-572-3286-7 £ 65.00, $ 85.00, Can. $ 115.00

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 Size 9 ⁄2 × 11 in. (24 × 28 cm) 284 pages, 250 colour illustrations hardcover, ISBN 978-2-37074-041-0 £ 55.00, $ 75.00, Can. $ 100.00 1

Su Xiaobai

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

Lina Iris Viktor. A Haven. A Hell. A Dream Deferred edited by Allison K. Young; texts by Allison Young, Renée Mussai, Emmanuel Iduma Skira / New Orleans Museum of Art Size 83⁄4 × 11 in. (22 × 28 cm) 88 pages, 59 colour illustrations paperback ISBN 978-88-572-3985-9 £ 22.50, $ 30.00

Chen Wei

Noon Club texts by Francesco Bonami, David Campany, Venus Lau Size 7 × 93⁄4 in. (18 × 24.5 cm) 224 pages, 253 colour illustrations hardcover ISBN 978-88-572-4035-0 £ 36.00

Visual Music Masters

Abstract Explorations: History and Contemporary Research Adriano Abbado Size 8 × 10 in. (20 × 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

Sue Williamson

Life and Work edited by Mark Gevisser Size 11 × 91⁄2 in. (28 × 24 cm) 256 pages, 241 colour illustrations paperback ISBN 978-88-572-2867-9 £ 36.00, $ 55.00, Can. $ 55.00

Song Yige

Wang Zhiyuan

Size 91⁄2 × 12 in. (24 × 30 cm) 120 pages, 56 colour illustrations hardcover ISBN 978-88-572-3857-9 £ 32.00, $ 40.00

Size 91⁄2 × 11 in. (24 × 28 cm) 240 pages, 190 colour illustrations hardcover ISBN 978-88-572-3083-2 £ 32.00, $ 45.00, Can. $ 60.00

Looking Within edited by Rosa Maria Falvo, with a preface by Zeng Fanzhi text contributions by Heinz Norbert Jocks and Qilan Shen

Bigger, Better, and Cheaper preface by Judith Neilson texts by Rosa Maria Falvo, Bai Jiafeng, and Menene Gras Balaguer

Morten Viskum

Works 1993–2016 Demetrio Paparoni conversation with Jean Wainwright; text by Tone Lyngstaad Nyaas Size 91⁄2 × 11 in. (24 × 28 cm) 384 pages, 565 colour illustrations hardcover ISBN 978-88-572-2866-2 £ 55.00, $ 70.00, Can. $ 95.00

Modern and Contemporary Art

Ronald Ventura

A Window on the World

From Dürer to Mondrian and Beyond Marco Franciolli, Giovanni Iovane, Sylvie Wuhrmann Size 81⁄2 × 11 in. (22 × 28 cm) 336 pages, 311 colour illustrations paperback ISBN 978-88-572-1697-3 £ 38.00, $ 60.00, Can. $ 60.00

Elias Zayat

Cities and Legends edited by Salwa Mikdadi texts by Salwa Mikdadi, Donald Kunze Size 91⁄2 × 11 in. (24 × 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

Zeng Fanzhi Catalogue raisonné. Volume I edited by Gladys Chung Specifications size 91/2 × 12 in. (24 × 30 cm) dual-language edition (English-Chinese) 2 volumes (main book + Chinese addendum), 680 pages 670 color illustrations hardcover with slipcase ISBN 978-88-572-3239-3 £ 210.00, $ 285.00, Can. $ 385.00

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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. • The most comprehensive catalogue of the artist’s work.

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.

Chen Zhen. Catalogue raisonné 1977–1996 (Volume 1), 1997–2000 (Volume 2) edited by ADAC Association des Amis de Chen Zhen Specifications size 91⁄2 × 12 in. (24 × 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

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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 each section has an introduction written by Isabelle Renard and Xu Min. Each section is supplemented by interviews or critical essays by different authors, as well as writings by Chen Zhen himself, photographs and materials from the artist’s archive.

• A complete overview on the artist’s work, from 1977 to 2000. ADAC was created in 2003 to promote Chen Zhen’s artistic heritage.

Aurelie Nemours Catalogue Raisonné edited by Serge Lemoine, with a text by Évelyne de Montaudoüin Specifications size 91⁄2 × 11 in. (24 × 28 cm) 2 volumes 748 pages, 280 colour and 1073 b/w illustrations hardcover with slipcase ISBN 978-88-572-2672-9 £ 220.00, $ 350.00

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he book is a study of the art of Aurelie Nemours, and features the catalogue raisonné of her paintings, pastels, collages and the public commissions she created for over half a century; it is accompanied by an important documentation. Aurelie Nemours’ researches on forms, structures and rhythm were a major contribution to Abstract Art. Her works are now present in the collections of major international museums.

• Catalogue raisonné dedicated to one of the major artists of Abstract art of the second half of the 20th century.

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Serge Lemoine, art historian, is Professor Emeritus at the Paris IV-Sorbonne University.


Giuseppe Capogrossi

Enrico Castellani

Size 91⁄2 × 11 in. (24 × 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 × 11 in. (24 × 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 × 11 in. (24 × 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

Size 91/2 × 11 in. (24 × 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 × 12 in. (25 × 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

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 × 11 in. (24 × 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

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

the Making. Catalogue raisonné of the Paintings (1873–1888) edited by Daniel Wildenstein

Gino De Dominicis

Catalogue raisonné edited by Italo Tomassoni

Catalogues raisonnés

Agostino Bonalumi

Size 81⁄2 × 11 in. (21 × 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

Mimmo Paladino

Sculpture 1980-2008 edited by Enzo Di Martino Size 91⁄2 × 12 in. (24 × 30 cm) 488 pages, 315 colour and 478 b/w illustrations hardcover with slipcase ISBN 978-88-572-0419-2 £ 165.00, $ 260.00, Can. $ 316.00

Rolf Nesch

The Complete Graphic Works S. Helliesen and B. Sørensen Size 91⁄2 × 11 in. (24 × 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

Mahmoud Saïd Arnaldo Pomodoro

General Catalogue of Sculptures edited by Flaminio Gualdoni Size 91⁄2 × 11 in. (24 × 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

Mimmo Rotella

Catalogue raisonné First Volume 1944–1961 Germano Celant Size 91⁄2 × 11 in. (24 × 28 cm) dual-language edition (E-I) 2 volumes, 756 pages 1513 colour and b/w illustrations hardcover with slipcase ISBN 978-88-572-2241-7

Paolo Scheggi

Catalogue Raisonné edited by Luca Massimo Barbero Size 91⁄2 × 11 in. (24 × 28 cm) dual-language edition (E-I) 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 Size 91⁄2 × 11 in. (24 × 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

£ 250.00, $ 300.00, Can. $ 400.00

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Ancient Art

Giovanni Bellini The Last Works David Alan Brown

Specifications size 91⁄2 × 11 in. (24 × 28 cm) 400 pages, 368 colour and 32 b/w illustrations hardcover ISBN 978-88-572-3996-5 £ 65.00, $ 85.00

The last works by the Italian Renaissance painter

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The Secret of the Gondola

David Alan Brown

Size 5 × 61⁄2 in. (12.5 × 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

iovanni Bellini (d. 1516) boasts a long career that left an indelible mark on Venetian painting. Vasari and other early writers failed to distinguish Bellini’s late works from the rest of his output. Focused on Titian as the quintessential “old age” artist, subsequent writers have also paid little attention to Bellini’s late work as a separate phase of his career. Bellini did not choose the subjects of his last pictures, which were stipulated by his patrons, but instead relied more and more on assistants; his decision to undertake and personally conceive and execute them points to a special commitment on his part to their creation. The Feast of the Gods (National Gallery of Art, Washington, DC), dated 1514, and other works that follow it, display a much expanded range of subject matter and a new degree of inventiveness. New technical investigations have played a key role in grasping the novelty of Bellini’s last works. The artist’s great mythological canvas in Washington, in particular, has been the subject of a recent scientific investigation using the latest multi-spectral scanning technology. This study, undertaken by the scientific lab at the National Gallery of Art, marks a major advance in the technical analysis of works of art. • The book’s focus on the painter’s last works, together with the cutting-edge technology used to explore them, has produced dramatic new insights into a Bellini practically unknown to the history of art. David Alan Brown, art historian, curator of Italian and Spanish paintings at the National Gallery of Art, Washington, DC.

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Ancient Art

Antonello da Messina edited by Caterina Cardona, Giovanni Carlo Federico Villa

An exceptional volume that presents the entire painting oeuvre by Antonello da Messina, one of the most important artists in Western art history

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ntonello da Messina was an exceptional and unmistakable artist, considered the greatest portraitist of the 1400s and fundamental contributor to the history of Italian painting. Giorgio Vasari narrates, in his famous Lives, how he learned the secret of oil painting from Jan van Eyck, and from Bruges brought it to the Mediterranean. This publication presents the entire body of work of this master from Messina and is a unique opportunity to enter the world of this artist who is key to understanding European art. It offers an original reading of his work, and not only from the perspective of art historians: in addition to the essays that present and provide a critical analysis of the artist – with the intuitions and interpretations of Giovan Battista Cavalcaselle guiding us through the work of Antonello, his modern commentator – and an essay by a historian, Renzo Villa, that recreates the life of Antonello, we also find five writers that describe their preferred work by this master. A unique mosaic is thus created, and also includes Roberto Alajmo, Nicola Gardini, Jhumpa Lahiri, Giorgio Montefoschi and Elisabetta Rasy. Each with his own writing, each with a different perspective but all with a great, shared passion: Antonello da Messina.

Specifications size 91⁄2 × 12 in. (24 × 30 cm) 304 pages 200 colour illustrations hardcover ISBN 978-88-572-3898-2 £ 35.00, $ 45.00

Exhibition Schedule Milan, Palazzo Reale 21 February – 2 June 2019

• An exceptional publication, which joins the body of painting by one of Western art history’s most important masters. Giovanni C.F. Villa is professor of Modern Art History and Museology and Art Criticism at the University of Bergamo. He also teaches Diagnostic Techniques for Cultural Heritage at the Università Cattolica del Sacro Cuore in Milan. Caterina Cardona is a renowned art historian and author.

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Ancient Art

Hildegard von Bingen A Journey into the Images Sara Salvadori

Specifications size 91⁄2 × 121⁄2 in. (24 × 32 cm) 224 pages 136 colour illustrations hardcover ISBN 978-88-572-4015-2 £ 42.00, $ 55.00

The meaning of the complex prophetic text by Hildegard von Bingen, amidst symbolisms and visions

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he book is the story of the journey in which the humanity/bright stars in Eve’s womb join with the stars in the sky. A possibility offered to each soul: to return back to the Light of the origins of the Earth. An experience belonging to Hildegard in her visions and narrated, in obedience to the voice of God, leaving behind her fears, in a precious manuscript where images make the story come alive. A Journey into the Images is born in the hopes of satisfying this desire for knowledge, revealing the Ways the title of the work promises, in a reading guided by images. The central pages present the 35 original-size miniature reproductions with alongside a key that easily illustrates the symbolic meaning and a concise description of the vision. • The outcome of 7 years of study, this is the first book that illustrates the complex prophetic text of the German Saint, in a reading guided by images (26 visions and 35 miniatures). • Hildegard von Bingen is one of the four women who are Doctors of the Church. • Hildegard was a German Benedictine abbess, writer, composer, philosopher, Christian mystic, visionary and polymath. She is considered to be the founder of scientific natural history in Germany. Sara Salvadori, a scholar and musician, has been long interested in the role music plays in education and places of healing and care, as a chance to reunite the body and soul at times of growth and human fragility.

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Ancient Art

Arcimboldo

Bramantino

Size 91⁄2 × 11 in. (24 × 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 × 11 in. (24 × 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

1527–1593 edited by Sylvia Ferino-Pagden

edited by Rossella Vodret and Francesco Buranelli Size 91⁄2 × 11 in. (24 × 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 Renaissance in Lombardy edited by Mauro Natale

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

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

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

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

Size 91⁄2 × 11 in. (24 × 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

Drawings for Paintings

Leonardo da Vinci

in the Age of Rembrandt Ger Luijten, Peter Schatborn, Arthur K. Wheelock, Jr. Size 91⁄2 × 12 in. (24 × 30 cm) 332 pages, 288 colour illustrations hardcover ISBN 978-88-572-3152-5 £ 50.00, $ 65.00, Can. $ 85.00

1452–1519. The Design of the World edited by Piero C. Marani and Maria Teresa Fiorio Size 91⁄2 × 12 in. (24 × 30 cm) 616 pages, 440 colour illustrations hardcover ISBN 978-88-572-2473-2 £ 50.00, $ 75.00, Can. $ 75.00

Mantegna

SkiraMiniARTbooks Size 51⁄3 × 61⁄2 in. (13.5 × 17 cm) 96 pages, 50 colour illustrations paperback ISBN 978-88-572-0540-3, £ 4.99 not available in US / Canada / LA

Raphael

SkiraMiniARTbooks

Leonardo

and the artes mechanicae edited by Romano Nanni Size 91⁄2 × 11 in. (24 × 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

Antonio and Piero del Pollaiuolo

“Silver and Gold, Painting and Bronze...” edited by Andrea Di Lorenzo and Aldo Galli Size 81⁄4 × 113⁄4 in. (21 × 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 Très Riches Heures du duc de Berry

texts by Laurent Ferri, Hélène Jacquemard, co-published with the Domaine de Chantilly Size 8 ⁄2 × 11 ⁄2 in. (21 × 29 cm) 80 pages, 50 colour illustrations hardcover ISBN 978-2-37074-098-4 £ 16.95, $ 24.95 1

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

Titian

SkiraMiniARTbooks Size 51⁄3 × 61⁄2 in. (13.5 × 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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Louvre Abu Dhabi

The Louvre Abu Dhabi A World Vision of Art edited by Jean-François Charnier

Specifications size 10 × 121⁄2 in. (25 × 32 cm) English and Arabic edition 400 pages 300 colour illustrations hardcover English edition ISBN 978-2-37074-100-4 Arabic edition ISBN 978-2-37074-116-5 £ 89.00, $ 110.00, Can. $ 145.00

A reflection on art history in its most current and global aspects

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his reference book serves as a manifesto for the Louvre Abu Dhabi. It offers analyses and reflections based on the artworks from the museum collections that are written by world-famous art historians. These essays discuss topics specific to art history, as well as issues of representation, from the Neolithic times until today, across all continents. In other words, this book puts the Louvre Abu Dhabi in its 21st-century framework, while expanding on its role as a universal museum.

Louvre Abu Dhabi

Louvre Abu Dhabi

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

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

The Complete Guide direction Jean-François Charnier

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Masterpieces from the Collection direction Jean-François Charnier

Louvre Abu Dhabi

The Story of Jean Nouvel’s Architectural Project Olivier Boissière Size 81⁄2 × 111⁄2 in. (21 × 29 cm) English and Arabic edition 128 pages, 150 colour illustrations paperback ISBN 978-2-37074-081-6 English ed. ISBN 978-2-37074-082-3 Arabic ed. £ 28.00, $ 34.95


Mona Khazindar editorial coordination Paola Gribaudo Specifications size 91⁄2 × 11 in. (24 × 28 cm) 264 pages, 342 colour and b/w illustrations hardcover ISBN 978-88-572-3946-0 £ 60.00, $ 80.00

Cultures and Civilizations

Visions from Abroad Historical and Contemporary Representations of Arabia

Arabia in ancient and modern representations

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rabia was certainly the most mysterious country in the world during the historical era, an impenetrable and unknowable realm capable of stimulating the imagination and indeed the wildest fancies of the European intellectual elite. A small handful did, however, risk their lives to journey through Arabia and return with the rare texts and images that form the subject of this publication. These works, or rather the most captivating and successful of them in historical, anthropological and aesthetic terms, are gathered together here and presented in a dozen thematic chapters.

• The book constitutes the first world view of Arabia as seen by authors and artists with the common characteristic of being born outside the peninsula. • Drawing on both European and Arab sources, it presents images as well as the writings of historians and geographers, such as Ibn Battuta from the Maghreb and Ibn Jubayr from Andalusia, as well as travellers’ accounts of pilgrimages. Art historian Mona Khazindar is an expert on Arab visual arts in the modern and contemporary period, formerly director general of the Institut du monde arabe to which she was devoted for more than 20 years, and curator of a large number of very important exhibitions. A graduate of the Sorbonne, she has access to all the texts written on Arabia in every era as well as finely honed knowledge of the iconography of this part of the world.

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Cultures and Civilizations

Idols The Power of Images edited by Annie Caubet

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he book Idols, from the Greek eidolon, or image, invites the reader to embark on an aesthetic journey across time and space, to discover how artists who lived and worked around 4000–2000 BC created three-dimensional images of the human body, from the first ambiguous depictions of the Neolithic era, which still to this day have no definitive interpretation, to their evolution during the Bronze Age.

Specifications size 91⁄2 × 11 in. (24 × 28 cm) 288 pages 282 colour illustrations hardcover ISBN 978-88-572-3885-2 £ 50.00, $ 70.00

• From East to West, 2.000 years of human effigies. • Texts by experts in the field and numerous illustrations. Annie Caubet, an important archaeologist, is Emerita of the Louvre in Paris.

Knots. Art & History The Berlin Carpet Collection edited by Anna Beselin Specifications size 81⁄2 × 113⁄4 in. (21 × 29.7 cm) 224 pages 155 colour illustrations hardcover ISBN 978-88-572-3912-5 £ 35.00, $ 45.00

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he first English publication of the reunited carpet collection of the Museum für Islamische Kunst, Berlin, located in the Pergamonmuseum on Museum Island. The collection is a tangible testimony to the widespread fascination towards Oriental carpets, securing their importance in European cultural history. Intended for a broad readership and connoisseurs, this book introduces the most important examples from the Berlin collection. • Importance of knotted carpets to European cultural history.

Anna Beselin is Head of Textile Conservation and Curator at the Museum für Islamische Kunst.

20 years The acquisitions of the musée du quai Branly edited by Yves Le Fur and Emmanuel Kasarhérou Specifications size 91⁄2 × 12 in. (24 × 30 cm) 352 pages 400 colour illustrations hardcover ISBN 978-2-37074-120-2 £ 42.00, $ 55.00

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he book documents two decades of acquisitions by the Musée du Quai Branly in Paris. The Musée du Quai Branly opened its doors in 2006 but its acquisition policy started long before that, in 1998, in an effort to complete previous collections left by older museums. In 20 years, 77,082 items were acquired, including 15,587 objects and 61,225 prints and photographs. • A backstage look at the life and growth of a museum.

Yves Le Fur, director of the Heritage and Collections Department at the Musée du Quai Branly. Emmanuel Kasarhérou, associate director of the Heritage and Collections Department at the Musée du Quai Branly.

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Ezio Bassani

Size 8 ⁄2 × 12 ⁄4 in. (21 × 31.2 cm) 304 pages, 297 colour illustrations hardcover ISBN 978-88-572-0869-5 £ 45.00, $ 70.00, Can. $ 70.00 1

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Cleopatra

y la fascinación de Egipto (Cleopatra and the Fascination of Egypt) Giovanni Gentile Size 91⁄2 × 11 in. (24 × 28 cm) Spanish edition, 320 pages 400 colour illustrations, paperback ISBN 978-88-572-3078-8 € 28,00

Akbar

The Great Emperor of India 1542–1605 Gian Carlo Calza

Armenia

Imprints of a Civilization Gabriella Uluhogian, Boghos Levon Zekiyan, Vartan Karapetian

Size 91⁄2 × 11 in. (24 × 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

Size 91⁄2 × 11 in. (24 × 28 cm) 408 pages, 369 colour illustrations hardcover ISBN 978-88-572-1244-9 £ 48.00, $ 75.00, Can. $ 85.00

Discovering Tibet

Egypt

The Tucci Expeditions and Tibetan Paintings Deborah Klimburg-Salter Size 9 ⁄2 × 11 in. (24 × 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

Millenary Splendour The Leiden Collection in Bologna edited by Paola Giovetti and Daniela Picchi Size 91⁄2 × 121⁄2 in. (24 × 31.5 cm) 592 pages, 531 colour illustrations hardcover ISBN 978-88-572-3015-3 £ 55.00, $ 80.00, Can. $ 100.00

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 × 11 in. (24 × 28 cm) Arabic edition, 344 pages 510 colour and illustrations hardcover ISBN 978-88-572-3704-6, £ 55.00 not available in US / Canada

Heritage of Art Diplomacy The Forbidden City in Monaco Imperial Court Life in China edited by Jean-Paul Desroches Texts by Wang Yuegong, Lyiong Liu, Elisseeff Danielle Size 111⁄4 × 7 in. (28.5 × 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

The Majlis

Cultures in Dialogue texts by Faisal Bin Qassim Bin Faisal Al Thani, Kee Wieringa, Moain Sadeq, Jacob Van Gulik, Hamda Al-Sulaiti, Anna Paolini Size 91/2 × 11 in. (24 × 28 cm) 96 pages, 80 colour illustrations hardcover ISBN 978-2-37074-102-8 £ 18.95

Memoirs of an Ambassador edited by Olga Nefedova

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

The Arts of the Muslim Knight

The Furusiyya Art Foundation Collection Bashir Mohamed Size 10 × 12 in. (25 × 30 cm) 432 pages, 569 colour illustrations hardcover ISBN 978-88-7624-877-1 £ 55.00, $ 100.00, Can. $ 129.00

Cultures and Civilizations

African Art

Egypt and the Pharaohs edited by Patrizia Piacentini

Size 91⁄2 × 121⁄4 in. (24 × 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

Musée du Quai Branly

The Collection. Art from Africa, Asia, Oceania, and the Americas edited by Yves Le Fur Size 91⁄2 × 113⁄4 in. (24 × 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 × 11 in. (28 × 28 cm) English and Arabic edition 318 pages, 300 colour illustrations hardcover ISBN 978-88-572-1464-1 English ed. ISBN 978-88-572-1465-8 Arabic ed. £ 60.00, $ 100.00, Can. $ 114.00

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Photography

Photography. A History. 1839–Now edited by Walter Guadagnini

This history of photography responds to the need for accurate information for the general public and supplies more specialised investigations of the medium Specifications size 81⁄2 × 11 in. (21 × 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.”

Photography

The Origins. 1839–1890 (History of Photography Volume 1) edited by Walter Guadagnini Size 81⁄2 × 11 in. (21 × 28 cm) 432 pages, 400 colour and b/w illustrations, hardcover ISBN 978-88-572-0718-6 £ 39.95, $ 60.00, Can. $ 68.00

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Photography

Photography

Photography

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

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

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

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

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


Photography

Nobuyoshi Araki Polarnography edited by Filippo Maggia

Erotic images by the great Japanese master: a box set of 100 previously unpublished Polaroids in perfect facsimile

Specifications Special edition 100 colour photographs 8.7 × 10.8 cm in a 9 × 11.5 cm box nestled in a 30 × 38 cm canvas and acetate container ISBN 978-88-572-3488-5 £ 75.00, $ 100.00

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olarnography is a collection of 100 previously unpublished Polaroid pictures taken by Nobuyoshi Araki in 2016, in which portraits of women and expanses of sky are given equal space, their pairing being never random. The controversial nudes of Japanese women bound with the kinbaku technique made him famous all over the world, just like his visceral love for the city of Tokyo, celebrated in many of his photo series and publications – from Tokyo Lucky Hole to Tokyo Diary, Tokyo Novelle and Suicide in Tokyo. Women and sky not only share the traditional Polaroid format but complement one another, both in forms and colours: 100 combinations for 100 unique, previously unpublished and unrepeatable works. The 100 Polaroids by the Japanese master are reproduced in facsimile and gathered in a box which is, in turn, the facsimile of the one that contained the original photographs. The rhetorical composition between Polaroid and Pornography obviously lies at the heart of the title Polarnography.

• Box set in limited edition of 1,000 copies containing 100 previously unpublished Polaroids by the legendary photographer. • 100 Polaroids reproduced in facsimile in a box, the perfect replica of the one that contained the original photographs. • A rare collector’s item. Filippo Maggia is curator of photography at the Fondazione Sandretto Re Rebaudengo in Turin and since 2015 has collaborated with Sky Arte HD, acting as scholarly consultant for the Master of Photography in 2016 and 2017. 97


Photography

Mullican Photographs Catalogue 1967–2018 edited by Roberta Tenconi contributors: Marie-Luise Angerer, Matt Mullican, Tina Rivers Ryan, Anne Rorimer, Roberta Tenconi, James Welling Specifications size 7 × 91⁄4 in. (18 × 23.5 cm) 600 pages 1800 colour illustrations hardcover ISBN 978-88-572-4117-3 £ 45.00, $ 60.00

Exhibition Schedule Milan, Pirelli HangarBicocca April-September 2018

The first complete compendium of Mullican’s photographs from the late 1960s to the present

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ocusing on a medium the artist incessantly used from his debut to the late 1960s, but never analysed in depth by critics, the catalogue Mullican. Photographs comprehensively documents the entire photo oeuvre of Matt Mullican, publishing a compendium of all his analogue photos taken between the 1960s, 1970s and 1980s up to his recent digital images and series, including images made by “That Person” – the artist’s alter ego that emerges during states of hypnosis and trance – plus computer-generated images – in his initial experiments of virtual reality in the 1980s and 1990s – and a portfolio of exhibition views at Pirelli HangarBicocca, the biggest retrospective to date on Mullican, exceptionally photographed by the artist himself. In addition to an extraordinary collection of 2,000 images, this publication also contains various relevant texts by key scholars.

• Photography is a medium incessantly used by the artist since his debut, but never analysed in depth by critics. • The volume is edited by Roberta Tenconi and follows the publication Mullican. Rubbings Catalogue 1984–2016 (2016), a compendium of all of Mullican’s works made with the frottage technique. • The book includes a portfolio of exhibition views at Pirelli HangarBicocca, the biggest retrospective to date on this artist, exceptionally photographed by Mullican himself. Roberta Tenconi is Curator at Pirelli HangarBicocca, Milan, where she has curated numerous exhibitions by prominent artists. 98


Photography

Jew John Offenbach foreword by Devorah Baum

A selection of black-andwhite portraits of Jews from different ethnicities by the London-based photographer

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ome years ago John Offenbach decided to embark on a series of portraits of Jews from different ethnicities, such as those from India and China and Ethiopia. Not just the great and the good, it had to include the homeless Jew, as well as the rich Jew. The incarcerated Jew, and the heroin addict. Offenbach took inspiration from People of the Twentieth Century, the series of portraits of German people of the 1920s by the Cologne-based photographer August Sander, but unlike Sander, he decided not to include the background or the setting for any of portraits, as he didn’t want this collection to be documentary in style or intention. Offenbach travelled to twelve countries and took approximately 120 black-and-white portraits of Jews. The objective of the series is to look at Jewish faces and see the similarities and the differences.

Specifications size 91⁄2 × 121⁄2 in. (24 × 32 cm) 168 pages 140 colour illustrations hardcover ISBN 978-88-572-4059-6 £ 50.00, $ 65.00

Exhibition Schedule London, Jewish Museum 15 November 2019 19 April 2020

• Between 1994 and the present John has been recognised with awards from the Association of Photographers, Photo District News, Communication Arts, D&AD, Creative Review, American Photographer, Art Directors’ Club, Graphis Photo, New York Photo, International Practitioners in Advertising. • Offenbach has been nominated by the International Centre of Photography Infinity Award for applied photography. He is also included in the World’s Top 200 photographers compiled by Lurzers Magazine. Devorah Baum is Associate Professor in English Literature and Critical Theory at the University of Southampton.

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Photography

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

Specifications size 113⁄4 × 153⁄4 in. (30 × 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

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he new collection of twenty works presented in the book was created entirely in Italy; 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. • A photographic journey through Opera Houses in Italy. • A limited-edition artist book for all collectors and photography lovers.

Domon Ken. The Master of Japanese Realism edited by Rossella Menegazzo, Takeshi Fujimori with the assistance of Yuki Seli

The poetry of one of the most renowned Japanese photographers of the 20th century Specifications size 81⁄2 × 121⁄4 in. (21 × 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

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ith 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; 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 book features around 150 works dating from the 1920s to the 1970s.

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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.


Photography

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

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

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ifty years after Ernesto Guevara’s death, the book 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. It develops philologically in three levels, which have different multi-media solutions; using a journalistic style of narration, the first level talks about the geopolitical context. The second level is biographical and with numerous and original archive materials it goes through the character’s private and public experiences. Lastly, there is an a-temporal level with an intimist tone, focusing on texts of a more personal nature, such as his diaries and letters to friends and family. 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.

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

• A reflection on the story of an extraordinary man and on a crucial historical period that can help us understand today’s world.

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

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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. In 40 years, 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.

Specifications size 11 × 91⁄2 in. (28 × 24 cm) 208 pages 443 colour illustrations hardcover ISBN 978-88-572-3629-2 £ 40.00, $ 55.00, Can. $ 70.00

• Forty years of history and battles, victories and defeats, protagonists and campaigns of the leading Conservation Society. • Stunning full-page images.

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Photography

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

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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. • 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.

A Cave Between Land and Sea The Wonders of Puerto Princesa Underground River edited by A. De Vivo, Paolo Forti, Leonardo Piccini, Natalino Russo

The extraordinary natural beauties of Puerto Princesa Underground River in the stunning photographs of La Venta Specifications size 81⁄4 × 111⁄2 in. (21 × 29.7 cm) 224 pages 218 colour illustrations hardcover ISBN 978-88-572-3968-2 £ 36.00, $ 50.00

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he island of Palawan, the fifth largest of the Philippines archipelago, is home to an extraordinary natural treasure, one of the underground wonders of our planet, the Puerto Princesa Underground River, declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1999. The extraordinary body of photographs by La Venta is the absolute protagonist of this book, which is accompanied by narrative and scientific texts that will guide the reader through this wondrous discovery.

• Everyone can enjoy the beauties and naturalistic riches of the Puerto Princesa Underground River. • A collection of 150 stunning images of a remote and magical part of the earth.

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Antonio De Vivo see above. Paolo Forti, geologist, speleologist and university lecturer, is one of the major experts of chemical deposits inside natural cavities. Leonardo Piccini, geologist, is lecturer at the University of Florence, explorer and speleologist. Natalino Russo is a photographer and journalist.


Photography

Ljubodrag Andric Works 2008–2016 Demetrio Paparoni

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

Jodi Bieber. Between Darkness and Light

Selected Works: South Africa 1994–2010 edited by Filippo Maggia Size 11 × 91⁄2 in. (28 × 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

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

Size 91⁄2 × 11 in. (24 × 28 cm) 240 pages, 228 colour illustrations hardcover ISBN 978-88-572-0067-5 £ 34.95, $ 50.00, Can. $ 62.00

Eleonora Abbagnato

Arab

Size 91⁄2 × 11 in. (24 × 28 cm) 160 pages, 105 colour illustrations hardcover ISBN 978-88-572-1787-1 £ 30.00, $ 50.00, Can. $ 50.00

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

Body Stages

Francesco Bosso

Walter Chappell

Size 8 × 101⁄2 in. (21 × 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 12 × 12 in. (30 × 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

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

Contemporary Photography from India and South America

Contemporary Photography from North-Western Europe

Twentieth-Century American Photography

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

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

photographed by Massimo Gatti preface by Giuseppe Tornatore with an interview by Valeria Crippa

The Metamorphosis of Loïe Fuller edited by Aurora Herrera Gómez

The Tenth Parallel North edited by Filippo Maggia, Claudia Fini and Francesca Lazzarini Size 91⁄2 × 11 in. (24 × 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

Bedouin of the Desert Megumi Yo

Last Diamonds foreword by Filippo Maggia

History Memory Identity edited by Filippo Maggia

Araki. Gold

edited by Filippo Maggia Size 91⁄2 × 11 in. (24 × 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

Eternal Impermanence edited by Filippo Maggia

Flags of America Filippo Maggia

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Photography Children of the Light

Cines de Cuba

Dark Memories

Size 11 × 12 in. (28 × 30 cm) 396 pages, 541 colour illustrations hardcover ISBN 978-88-572-3439-7 £ 60.00, $ 75.00, Can. $ 100.00

Size 12 × 15 in. (30.5 × 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

Giovanni Gastel

Murat Germen

Goodwood Revival

Size 111⁄2 × 18 in. (35 × 45.5 cm) dual-language edition (English-Italian), 168 pages 80 colour illustrations, hardcover ISBN 978-88-572-0318-8 £ 50.00, $ 85.00, Can. $ 85.00

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

Size 101⁄4 x 133⁄4 in. (26 x 34,8 cm) 204 pages, 106 colour illustrations hardcover ISBN 978-88-572-2293-6 £ 39.95, $ 65.00, Can. $ 65.00 Back in stock

A History of Photography

Axel Hütte

Kenro Izu

Last Words

Size 91⁄2 × 111⁄4 in. (24 × 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 × 11 in. (24 × 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 × 11 in. (24 × 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 51⁄2 × 81⁄4 in. (14 × 21 cm) 96 pages, 8 colour illustrations paperback ISBN 978-88-572-2987-4 £ 12.50, $ 18.95, Can. $ 18.95

Calliope editorial coordination Paola Gribaudo

Size 71⁄2 × 91⁄2 in. (19 × 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

Masks and Ghosts edited by Germano Celant

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

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

edited by Necmi Sönmez texts by Stephan Berg, Kerstin Stremmel, Necmi Sönmez

Fantasmi e Realtà edited by Filippo Maggia with Claudia Fini

Gian Paolo Barbieri edited by Maurizio Rebuzzini and Nikolaos Velissiotis

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

Territories of the Soul edited by Filippo Maggia and Claudia Fini

Francesco Escalar

Glamour ’n Soul edited by Luigia Greco Escalar Size 91⁄2 × 12 in. (24 × 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

Hanoi

after the War John Ramsden Size 91⁄2 × 11 in. (24 × 28 cm) 156 pages, 100 colour illustrations hardcover ISBN 978-88-572-3716-9 £ 30.00, $ 40.00, Can. $ 55.00

Gabriele Tinti preface by Derrick de Kerchove, images by Andres Serrano


Photography

Mimmo Jodice

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

Robert Mapplethorpe

Size 91⁄2 × 11 in. (24 × 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 × 11 in. (24 × 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

Sven Marquardt

Marsa Malaz Kempinsky

Master of Photography

Master of Photography

Size 91⁄2 × 11 in. (24 × 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

Size 121⁄3 × 121⁄2 in. (30 × 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

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

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

Don McCullin. The Impossible Peace. From War Photographs to Landscapes, 1958-2011 edited by Sandro Parmiggiani in collaboration with R. Pledge

Mighty Silence

The Modern History of Italian Wine

Santu Mofokeng

Archipelago of the Ancient World edited by Filippo Maggia and Claudia Fini Size 91⁄2 × 11 in. (24 × 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

Götterdämmerung edited by Enrico Debandi, Eugenio Viola

Size 9 ⁄2 × 11 in. (24 × 28 cm) dual-language edition (E-I) 252 pages, 242 colour illustrations hardcover ISBN 978-88-572-1401-6 £ 34.95, $ 50.00, Can. $ 50.00 1

Precious Jewel on the Sea Eugenio Alberti Schatz photographs by Massimo Listri

Images of Destruction. The Great 2011 Earthquake and Tsunami photographed by Yasushi Handa Size 81⁄4 × 121⁄4 in. (21 × 31.2 cm) 276 pages, 108 colour illustrations hardcover ISBN 978-88-572-1557-0 £ 48.00, $ 75.00, Can. $ 75.00

The Nymph Photography Germano Celant

2016 edited by Filippo Maggia

edited by Walter Filiputti

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

Carlo Mari Passage through Dar

Portraits from Tanzania photographs by Carlo Mari Size 8 × 12 in. (20 × 30 cm) 208 pages, 135 duotone illustrations hardcover ISBN 978-88-572-3998-9 £ 35.00, $ 45.00

2017 edited by Filippo Maggia

A Silent Solitude Photographs 1982–2011 edited by Simon Njami Size 91⁄2 × 11 in. (24 × 28 cm) dual-language edition (E-I) 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 Melissa Moore

Daido Moriyama in Color

Daido Moriyama

MTINDO

Size 81⁄2 × 121⁄4 in. (21 × 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 × 91⁄2 in. (16.5 × 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 × 101⁄2 in. (20 × 26 cm) 208 pages, 133 colour illustrations hardcover ISBN 978-88-572-3362-8 £ 32.00, $ 45.00, Can. $ 60.00

New Trends in Japanese Photography

New York Serenade

photographs Ciro Frank Schiappa texts Michele Primi

Yasuzo Nojima

edited by Filippo Maggia

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

Size 91⁄2 × 11 ⁄4 in. (24 × 30 cm) 124 pages, 50 colour illustrations hardcover ISBN 978-88-572-3250-8 £ 25.00, $ 35.00, Can. $ 47.00

One Hundred Portraits

Patriarchal Africa

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

Angela Lo Priore

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

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Now, and Never Again Filippo Maggia

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The Last Sunrise. Photo-chronicle of the Vanishing Life photographs by Sergey Yastrzhembsky Size 8 ⁄2 × 12 ⁄4 in. (21 × 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 1

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The World throught My Eyes edited by Filippo Maggia

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

Style Movers Rebranding Africa photography Daniele Tamagni preface Waridi Schrobsdorff

Nollywood Portraits

A Radical Beauty photographs by Iké Udé forward by Henry Louis Gates Jr. Size 121⁄2 × 15 in. (32 × 38 cm) 144 pages, 66 colour illustrations hardcover ISBN 978-88-572-3229-4 £ 58.00, $ 75.00, Can. $ 100.00

Portrait of a New Angola

reGeneration3

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

Size 81⁄2 × 12 in. (22 × 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

photographs by Francesca Galliani text by Ilani Wilson

edited by Anne Lacoste and Lydia Dorner


Photography

Sergei Romanov

edited by Oksana Salamatina essay by Lyle Rexer editorial coordination Paola Gribaudo Size 91⁄2 × 11 in. (24 × 28 cm) 132 pages, 109 b/w illustrations hardcover ISBN 978-88-572-3910-1 £ 30.00, $ 40.00

Rome Eternal City

in the Photographs Collection of the Royal Institute of British Architects edited by Marco Iuliano, Gabriella Musto Size 91⁄2 × 11 in. (24 × 28 cm) 248 pages, 209 colour and b/w illustrations, hardcover ISBN 978-88-572-3919-4 £ 35.00, $ 45.00

The Trap

Venice 1948–1986

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

Size 10 × 111⁄2 in. (24.5 × 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

Trafficking of Women in Nepal

The Art Scene Luca Massimo Barbero

Wrecks

Zambian Portraits

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

Size 133⁄4 × 133⁄4 in. (35 × 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

photographs by Stefano Benazzo edited by Jean Blanchaert

Short Cuts. Artists in China

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

Size 81⁄4 × 11 in. (21 × 28 cm) 528 pages, 418 colour illustrations hardcover ISBN 978-88-572-1486-3 £ 48.00, $ 75.00, Can. $ 75.00

Wow Gilles!

Villeneuve. The Undying Legend photographs by Ercole Colombo texts by Giorgio Terruzzi Size 12 × 7 ⁄4 in. (30 × 20 cm) 208 pages, 196 colour illustrations hardcover ISBN 978-88-572-3605-6 £ 40.00, $ 50.00, Can. $ 67.50 3

Ayrton Senna

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

Edward Weston

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

Paolo Solari Bozzi

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Cinema

Minimal Film The Cinematic World Reimagined through Graphic Design Matteo Civaschi

Specifications size 9 × 121⁄2 in. (22.8 × 32.6 cm) 256 pages 200 colour illustrations hardcover ISBN 978-88-572-3967-5 £ 24.95, $ 35.00

From Alien to Rain Man, Star Wars to Psycho, E.T. to Ghost: cinema according to Shortology and the power of extreme synthesis

Publication April 2019

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book on film narrated through the visual magic of graphic design or a graphic design book told through the evocative magic of cinema. The goal of Minimal Film lies in representing the emotion of cinema through extreme synthesis and simplicity of forms. Shortology is a direct language that can narrate anything through pictograms. This has allowed the author to see cinema from a different perspective, reinterpreting and reviewing it up to isolating its very essence. Exactly like the philosophy of Shortology, this publication is based on this notion: eliminating the superfluous and focusing on the essential. A book on emotions, on unforgettable traces cinema has left on our imagination as spectators and lovers of the seventh art.

• Readers will find numerous films that have made history: from the immortal Star Wars saga to “auteur” cinema, plus TV series. • The publications’s style and mood pay tribute to the magical world of design from the 1960s and 1970s, with its great artists, designers and architects (like Joe Colombo, Max Huber, Gio Ponti, Armando Testa). • A small “gem” for all film lovers. Matteo Civaschi, art director and graphic designer, created Shortology with sixteen books published across the world.

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Cinema

Alfred Hitchcock Cinema on the Edge of Nothing edited by Gianni Canova

Specifications size 81⁄2 × 11 in. (22 × 28 cm) 152 pages 81 colour and b/w illustrations hardcover ISBN 978-88-572-4093-0 £ 29.95, $ 40.00

Alfred Hitchcock, master of suspense and film genius

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espite the particularly short-sighted and obtuse criticism that for years considered him an adorer of useless and dangerous toys, a puritan, complex-ridden fatso, a person obsessed with crime, blood and sex, Hitchcock revealed that the ordered world we thought we lived in is nothing but formless chaos and that seeming order is just a mask incessantly destined to come undone… There’s a kind of dizzying, clear-sighted and unsettling nihilism in Hitchcock’s films, which lands him not only among the greatest names in 20th-century cinema… but also a reference point for that crisis culture that – as Truffaut noted – sees him as an “unsettling artist” like Kafka, Dostoevsky and Poe. (Gianni Canova) The book is a fascinating journey through the portrait of this famous filmmaker, the master of suspense and thrillers, thanks to an analysis of the first so-called “special effects”, today essential to so much contemporary cinema. It explores the psychology of the characters, the most memorable scenes and Alfred Hitchcock’s personality; what emerges is the portrait of an extraordinary filmmaker who was able to tackle gloomy topics and manage our fears without forgetting irony, a fundamental component to his entire existence.

Exhibition Schedule Pisa, Museo della Grafica, Palazzo Lanfranchi 7 April – 1 September 2019

• An analysis in search of the person who was able to create some of the most important iconic moments in film history: from the shower scene in Psycho to the outrageous bird attack in The Birds, from James Stewart’s camera lens in Rear Window to the “dizzying” ladder at the top of the tower in Vertigo. Gianni Canova is an Italian film critic and historian, TV author, artistic director and academic.

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Design, Decorative and Applied Arts

Thomas Stearns at Venini edited by Marino Barovier and Carla Sonego

Thomas Stearns and his collaboration with the Venini glassworks in the early 1960s Specifications size 11 × 12 in. (28 × 30 cm) 340 pages 210 colour illustrations hardcover ISBN 978-88-572-4100-5 £ 50.00, $ 65.00 Exhibition Schedule Venice, Isola di San Giorgio Maggiore 9 September 2019 5 January 2020

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t the end of 1960 Thomas Stearns (1936–2006) arrived in Murano where was able to experiment with the possibilities of blown glass. During his two years at the Venini glassworks, where from the end of 1961 he was taken on as a guest designer, Stearns had the possibility of devoting himself to artistic research, along with which he also developed series of a commercial nature. He produced very original works, often with organic and asymmetric shapes, using dense opaque colours generally side by side with transparent glass. • The volume illustrates for the first time the entire glass production of Thomas Stearns, including trial pieces, prototypes, individual pieces, small series, and also artefacts entered in the furnace catalogue. • A must-have for collectors, scholars and art dealers. Marino Barovier, editor of the series “Le Stanze del Vetro”, is considered one of the greatest experts of glass art.

Maurice Marinot The Glass 1911–1934 edited by Jean-Luc Olivié and Cristina Beltrami

A tribute to the great French artist who paved the way to much contemporary glassmaking Specifications size 91⁄4 × 12 in. (23.5 × 30.5 cm) 224 pages 200 colour illustrations hardcover ISBN 978-88-572-4047-3 £ 40.00, $ 50.00 Exhibition Schedule Venice, Isola di San Giorgio Maggiore 25 March – 28 July 2019

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he volume recounts the fundamental role of Marinot in the history of modern and contemporary glass through more than 200 works from prestigious museums, as well as over 100 preparatory drawings, sketches, designs for objects and set-ups. A great glass artist, who revolutionized glassmaking techniques and taste, Maurice Marinot (1882–1960) was a tireless experimenter, whose glass inventions were emulated for decades.

• Maurice Marinot was one of the first 20th-century glassworkers to exploit the aesthetic qualities of weight and mass and one of the first to incorporate bubbles and other natural flaws as elements of design. • The volume presents the entire production of the glass artist, from the early enamel works to the hand-blown pieces. • Glass as an expressive material in the works by the leading French artist. Jean-Luc Olivié is chief curator at the Musée des Arts Décoratifs, Paris. Cristina Beltrami is an art historian and curator.


at Venini edited by Marino Barovier with Carla Sonego Size 11 × 12 in. (28 × 30 cm) 512 pages, 1389 colour illustrations hardcover

Tomaso Buzzi

at Venini edited by Marino Barovier with Carla Sonego

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

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

Carlo Scarpa

Paolo Venini

Venini 1932–1947 Marino Barovier Size 11 × 12 in. (28 × 30 cm) 492 pages, 1640 colour illustrations hardcover ISBN 978-88-572-1473-3 £ 55.00, $ 85.00, Can. $ 85.00

Glass from Finland

in the Bischofberger Collection edited by Kaisa Koivisto and Pekka Korvenmaa Size 9 × 11 in. (23 × 28 cm) 416 pages, 260 colour and b/w illustrations, hardcover ISBN 978-88-572-2761-0 £ 48.00, $ 75.00, Can. $ 75.00

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

Napoleone Martinuzzi Venini 1925–1931 Marino Barovier

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

and the Young Carlo Scarpa 1925–1931 edited by Marino Barovier and Carla Sonego Size 11 × 12 in. (28 × 30 cm) 560 pages, 2520 colour illustrations hardcover ISBN 978-88-572-3925-5 £ 65.00, $ 85.00

Vittorio Zecchin

Transparent Glass for Cappellin and Venini edited by Marino Barovier and Carla Sonego Size 11 × 12 in. (28 × 30 cm) 472 pages, 1530 colour illustrations hardcover ISBN 978-88-572-3712-1 £ 65.00, $ 85.00, Can. $ 115.00

The Glass of the Architects

Ettore Sottsass

Size 91⁄4 × 12 in. (23.5 × 30.5 cm) 328 pages, 379 colour illustrations hardcover ISBN 978-88-572-3244-7 £ 42.00, $ 60.00, Can. $ 80.00

Size 11 × 12 in. (28 × 30 cm) 328 pages, 579 colour illustrations hardcover ISBN 978-88-572-3535-6 £ 58.00, $ 70.00, Can. $ 95.00

Vienna 1900–1937 edited by Rainald Franz

The M.V.M. Cappellin Glassworks

Design, Decorative and Applied Arts

Fulvio Bianconi

The Glass edited by Luca Massimo Barbero

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Design, Decorative and Applied Arts

UniFor A Commitment to Architecture Fulvio Irace; graphic project by Pierluigi Cerri

For the 50th anniversary of UniFor, this volume covers 5 key decades in the history of Italian design Specifications size 81⁄2 × 113⁄4 in. (21 × 29.7 cm) dual-language edition (English-Italian) 304 pages 387 colour illustrations hardcover ISBN 978-88-572-4071-8 £ 48.00, $ 60.00

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ifty years of an Italian success story: the life of a company, UniFor, that has propelled Italian design to international prominence. Projects, products, architects and designers in a book that reconstructs the backstage and originality of a production method and system centered on the spaces that foster community. Through an analysis of case studies, this book illustrates the peculiarity of UniFor, highlighting the absolute singularity of their work method. It recreates the identity through key moments, from the collaboration with the most prestigious architects (like Michele De Lucchi, Foster + Partners, Jean Nouvel, Renzo Piano, Aldo Rossi, Álvaro Siza, just to mention a few) to communication strategies, with the graphic designer Pierluigi Cerri unifying the message through a coordinated image and display system. • UniFor, winner of the ADI Compasso d’Oro Award, 22nd edition (2011). Fulvio Irace, an Italian architect, architecture historian and academic, teaches at the Politecnico di Milano.

The Art Side of Kartell edited by Ferruccio Laviani and Rita Selvaggio

The story of 70 years of Kartell, a company on the cuttingedge of design culture, which has always fostered meaningful relationships with the world of art and creative thinking Specifications size 71⁄2 × 101⁄4 in. (19.5 × 26 cm) dual-language edition (English-Italian) 160 pages 120 colour illustrations hardcover ISBN 978-88-572-4115-9 £ 25.00 Exhibition Schedule Milan, Palazzo Reale 10 April – 12 May 2019

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mmersive and vibrant, the book investigates the relationship between Kartell and the art world. A world that has always been, from the very beginning, close to the brand, as the evolution of art in many ways mirrors that of Kartell. Through a narrative journey that includes some of the most important chapters of Kartell’s production, the book portrays the way our society has changed over the last seven decades, in parallel with the evolution of the many artistic currents of the 20th century up to contemporary expressive languages.

• Kartell’s products, over the past 70 years, have made the brand one of the most important names in Italian and international design. Ferruccio Laviani, architect and designer, since 1991, he is the Art Director for Kartell. His designs are included in the collection of several brands. Rita Selvaggio is an independent curator, journalist and art consultant.

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texts by Deyan Sudjic, Glenn Adamson, Richard Dyer, Caroline Roux

A monograph on the acclaimed London artists Fredrikson Stallard

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t their best, Fredrikson Stallard’s objects are brilliant in just the same way that a great pop song is. There’s depth of feeling and thinking, but also a killer hook. Fredrikson Stallard make no claims on the modernist high ground, in which objects are conceived as optimal, efficient solutions, end points of rigorous analysis. They are intuitive makers and happy to accept the conditions of constant flux – that they are only as relevant as their last idea. They see that the value of their discipline is contingent, not timeless.

Specifications size 91⁄2 × 12 in. (24 × 30 cm) 352 pages 266 colour illustrations hardcover ISBN 978-88-572-3522-6 £ 58.00, $ 75.00

Design, Decorative and Applied Arts

Fredrikson Stallard Works

• Fredrikson Stallard’s creations push the boundaries and expand the perception of what furniture design is (or should be). Deyan Sudjic, writer and curator, is the director of the Design Museum, London. Glenn Adamson, writer and historian, senior scholar at Yale University and independent curator in the design field. Richard Dyer, writer, art critic and poet. Caroline Roux, journalist, has written about art, design, architecture for many publications.

Living with Charlotte Perriand edited by François Laffanour texts by Cynthia Fleury, Élisabeth Védrenne and Anne Bony

The art of living

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harlotte Perriand (1903–1999) was a French architect and designer. Her work aimed to create functional living spaces in the belief that better design helps in creating a better society. Her approach to design includes taking in the site and appreciating it for what it is. She is well known for the playful way in which she mixed and superposed materials and styles in most of the furniture she created during her career. Nonetheless, one of the most essential influences on her entire work was Japanese craftmanship that kept on inspiring her.

• A summary of her whole life’s work. François Laffanour is director of the Galerie Downtown, Paris, he is specialized in the furniture of architects and designers of the 20th and 21st centuries. Cynthia Fleury, philosopher and psychoanalyst, is Professor at the Conservatoire National des Arts et Métiers. Élisabeth Védrenne is a writer, art critic and journalist, specialized in contemporary art, design and architecture. Anne Bony is an art historian and writer.

Specifications size 91⁄2 × 111⁄2 in. (24 × 29 cm) dual-language edition (English-French) 352 pages 300 colour illustrations hardcover ISBN 978-2-37074-104-2 £ 40.00, $ 50.00 Exhibition Schedule Paris, Fondation Louis Vuitton 2 October 2019 24 February 2020

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Design, Decorative and Applied Arts

Art Carpets

Cleto Munari and Friends Marco Fazzini Size 91⁄2 × 91⁄2 in. (24 × 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 × 11 in. (24 × 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

French Design

Creativity as Tradition Alain Lardet, Anne Bony Size 91⁄2 × 11 in. (24 × 28 cm) 280 pages, 250 colour illustrations hardcover ISBN 978-88-572-1409-2 £ 40.00, $ 65.00, Can. $ 74.00

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The Artist as Jeweler

Asian Jewellery

Size 93⁄4 × 93⁄4 in. (25 × 25 cm) 240 pages, 220 colour illustrations hardcover ISBN 978-88-572-1156-5 £ 45.00, $ 70.00, Can. $ 80.00

Size 91⁄2 × 11 in. (24 × 28 cm) 312 pages, 261 colour illustrations flexibound ISBN 978-88-572-0870-1 £ 29.95, $ 45.00, Can. $ 51.00

Osvaldo Borsani

Dream Pools

From Picasso to Jeff Koons edited by Diane Venet, essays by Adrien Goetz and Barbara Rose

Architect, Designer, Entrepreneur Giampiero Bosoni Size 11 × 11 in. (28 × 28 cm) 608 pages, 1217 colour and b/w illustrations, hardcover ISBN 978-88-572-3671-1 £ 85.00, $ 120.00, Can. $ 155.00

From Tapestry to Fiber Art

The Lausanne Biennials 1962-1995 Giselle Eberhard Cotton, Magali Junet Size 93⁄4 × 93⁄4 in. (25 × 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

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

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

Glasstress 2017

exhibition curated by Dimitri Ozerkov, Herwig Kempinger, Adriano Berengo with the consultancy of C. Phyllis Davies Size 9 ⁄2 × 11 in. (24 × 28 cm) 304 pages, 250 colour illustrations hardcover ISBN 978-88-572-3730-5 £ 48.00, $ 65.00, Can. $ 85.00 1

Best in Show

Italian Car Masterpieces from the Lopresto Collection edited by Andrea Cittadini texts by Michele P. Casiraghi Size 11 × 113⁄4 in. (28 × 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

Du Sens dans l’Utile Françoise Darmon

Size 83⁄4 × 12 in. (23 × 31 cm) 224 pages, 160 colour illustrations paperback ISBN 978-2-37074-063-2 £ 42.00, $ 60.00, Can. $ 78.00

LaFerrari

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


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

Precious Paper

Paper Jewellery Design Bianca Cappello

Scavolini 1961>2011

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

Size 91⁄2 × 121⁄2 in. (24.5 × 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 101⁄4 × 101⁄4 in. (26 × 26 cm) dual-language edition (English-Italian) 120 pages, hardcover ISBN 978-88-572-3668-1 £ 22.50 not available in US / Canada / LA

Swan. A Unique Story

Tecno

A Descreetly Technical Elegance edited by Giampiero Bosoni

The Treasures of the Gianmaria Buccellati Foundation

Size 91⁄2 × 11 in. (24 × 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

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

Through 50 Years of Yachting Evolution edited by Bianca Ascenti with a text by Matthew Sheahan Size 14 × 113⁄4 in. (36.5 × 28.5 cm) 322 pages, 243 colour illustrations hardcover ISBN 978-88-572-3181-5 £ 70.00, $ 90.00, Can. $ 120.00

Size 91⁄2 × 11 in. (24 × 28 cm) 200 pages, 350 colour illustrations hardcover ISBN 978-88-572-0631-8 £ 45.00, $ 65.00, Can. $ 65.00

Being Design Caimi Brevetti

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

Guzzini

Twentieth-century Fabrics

European and American Designers and Manufactures edited by Doretta Davanzo Poli Size 91⁄2 × 11 in. (24 × 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

Stile Ducati

A Visual History of Ducati Design Size 111⁄2 × 141⁄2 in. (29 × 36.5 cm) 240 pages, 220 colour illustrations hardcover ISBN 978-88-572-3277-5 £ 70.00, $ 85.00, Can. $ 115.00

Design, Decorative and Applied Arts

The Long Life of Design in Italy

Treasures of the Mughals and the Maharajas

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

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

Size 9 × 12 in. (23 × 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

Infinite Italian Design Moreno Gentili

H Hangar Design Group

Size 91⁄2 × 11 in. (24 × 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

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

Hangar Design Group

Size 91⁄2 × 11 in. (24 × 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

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Fashion

Power Mode The Force of Fashion Emma McClendon

Specifications size 91⁄2 × 12 in. (24 × 30 cm) 128 pages 117 colour illustrations hardcover ISBN 978-88-572-3987-3 £ 34.00, $ 45.00

Exhibition Schedule New York, The Museum at FIT 10 December 2019 9 May 2020

Exhibitionism:

50 Years of The Museum at FIT edited by Valerie Steele and Colleen Hill Size 91⁄2 × 111⁄2 in. (24 × 29 cm) 104 pages, 87 colour illustrations hardcover ISBN 978-88-572-3972-9 £ 22.50, $ 30.00

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The power and role of fashion from the 18th century to  the present

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he book explores the multiple roles fashion plays in establishing, reinforcing, and challenging power dynamics within society. Published in tandem with The Museum at FIT exhibition of the same title, Power Mode: The Force of Fashion is divided thematically into five chapters that focus on the impact of military uniforms, suits, status dressing, resistance, and sex on the power of fashion. It takes an object-based approach to investigate how certain garments have come to be culturally associated with power, as well as how their meanings have evolved over time. It also examines how fashion designers have interpreted these stylistic archetypes—both to convey and to subvert power. Texts by exhibition curator Emma McClendon are joined by object-based essays from renowned fashion scholars Valerie Steele, Christopher Breward, Jennifer Craik, and Peter McNeil, as well as Pulitzer-Prize-winning journalist Robin Givhan. The book also includes an essay by Kimberly M. Jenkins on the intersection of race, fashion, and power. This collection of texts offers readers a variety of perspectives to help form a theoretical framework for considering the power dynamics inherent in fashion objects. • Founded in 1969 by the Fashion Institute of Technology, The Museum at FIT is a specialized fashion museum famous for its innovative and award-winning exhibitions. • MFIT is one of few university museums to receive accreditation from the American Alliance of Museums. • The new book after Exhibitionism: 50 Years of The Museum at FIT. Emma McClendon is associate curator of Costume of MFIT.


Fashion

Italian Tailoring A Glimpse into the World of Sartorial Masters Yoshimi Hasegawa; photographs by Luke Carby

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espoke tailoring is an excellence in our country. Clothes, especially menswear, are true works of art, which conceal the history of the city where they are made and are the result of long sartorial traditions based on elegance and taste, where even the slightest detail is given the greatest care and attention. The book presents historic tailor shops in Italy and their greatest protagonists in a comprehensive guide across Italy, from north to south, in search of bespoke tailoring and tailors who have shaped Italian style praised around the world.

Specifications size 81⁄2 × 111⁄2 in. (21 × 28.7 cm) 212 pages 192 colour illustrations hardcover ISBN 978-88-572-3828-9 £ 36.00, $ 50.00, Can. $ 67.50

• A comprehensive guide devoted to Italian tailoring and its major protagonists. Yoshimi Hasegawa, freelance journalist, covers the cultural appeal of Europe.

Italy in Hollywood edited by Stefania Ricci

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his book analyzes the presence of Italians in California in the early decades of the twentieth century and the influence they exerted in various sectors. Against the backdrop of Italian emigration to the States and of a Hollywood becoming the world capital of the young film industry, the volume tells of personalities who were already myths in their day, cinematic milestones, the star system and iconic directors, the important part played by Italian musicians in the birth of jazz and the thousands of Italians who worked “behind the scenes,” contributing to the creation of the Hollywood myth.

Specifications size 91⁄2 × 11 in. (24 × 28 cm) 480 pages 630 colour illustrations paperback ISBN 978-88-572-3887-6 £ 50.00, $ 70.00

• Italian migration to California and its influence on film productions and music. Stefania Ricci is Director of the Salvatore Ferragamo Museum in Florence.

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

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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 the company, established by his father in the early 20th century. Starting from his biographical 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.

Specifications size 93⁄4 × 12 in. (24.5 × 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. Ornella Cirillo, researcher at the University of Campania “Luigi Vanvitelli”, is professor of History of Architecture and History of Fashion.

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

Size 91⁄2 × 11 in. (24 × 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 × 9 ⁄2 in. (30 × 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

Bulgari

Electric Fashion

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

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

Gianfranco Ferré

125 Years of Italian Magnificence Grand Palais Amanda Triossi

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

The Fabric

Salvatore Ferragamo

Salvatore Ferragamo

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

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

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

Baby Cashmere

The Gift of Kings

The Lotus Flower

Vicuña

Size 11 × 12 in. (28 × 30 cm) 184 pages, 116 colour illustrations hardcover ISBN 978-88-572-0369-0 £ 60.00, $ 100.00, Can $ 122.00

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

Size 11 × 12 in. (28 × 30 cm) 144 pages, 100 colour illustrations hardcover ISBN 978-88-572-0887-9 £ 60.00, $ 95.00, Can. $ 108.00

Size 11 × 12 in. (28 × 30 cm) 180 pages, 117 colour illustrations hardcover ISBN 978-88-572-1386-6 £ 60.00, $ 95.00, Can. $ 95.00

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

The Long Journey of Excellence Loro Piana photographs by Bruna Rotunno

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Bally

Equilibrium edited by Stefania Ricci and Sergio Risaliti

The Noblest of Wools Loro Piana photographs by Bruna Rotunno

Inspiration and Vision edited by Stefania Ricci and Sergio Risaliti

A Textile Hidden in the Water Loro Piana photographs by Bruna Rotunno

Drawings Fondazione Gianfranco Ferré designed by Luca Stoppini texts by Rita Airaghi, Giusi Ferré Size 61⁄2 × 12 in. (16.5 × 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

The Queen of the Andes Loro Piana photographs by Bruna Rotunno


Fashion

Gianfranco Ferré

Future Roots

Size 6 ⁄2 × 12 in. (16.6 × 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

Size 12 × 15 ⁄4 in. (30 × 40 cm) 144 pages, 56 b/w illustrations hardcover ISBN 978-88-572-1257-9 £ 50.00, $ 80.00, Can. $ 92.00

Italian Glamour

Life is a Vortex

Marilyn

Size 6 × 81⁄4 in. (15 × 22 cm) 240 pages, 32 colour illustrations paperback ISBN 978-88-572-4062-6 £ 25.00, $ 30.00

Size 91⁄2 × 11 in. (24 × 28 cm) 320 pages, 280 colour illustrations hardcover ISBN 978-88-572-1418-4 £ 34.95, $ 55.00, Can. $ 55.00

Tamy Tazi. Caftans

THEOREM[A]

Tirelli 50

1927 The Return to Italy

Size 91⁄2 × 12 in. (24 × 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 61⁄2 × 91⁄2 in. (16.5 × 24 cm) 192 pages, paperback ISBN 978-88-572-3913-2 £ 20.95, $ 29.95, Can. $ 39.95

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

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

Under Another Light. Jewels and Ornaments edited by Rita Airaghi, artistic direction Luca Stoppini 1

The Essence of Italian Fashion. From the Postwar Years to the Present Day. The Enrico Quinto and Paolo Tinarelli Collection Size 93⁄4 × 11 in. (25 × 28 cm) 320 pages, 700 colour illustrations hardcover ISBN 978-88-572-2428-2 £ 39.95, $ 65.00, Can. $ 65.00

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

Hogan edited by Donatella Sartorio, photographs by Ornella Sancassani 3

by Linda Loppa ideated by Polimoda

The Body, Emotion + Politics in Fashion Filep Motwary ideated by Polimoda

Italian Portraits Tod’s Donatella Sartorio

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

edited by Stefania Ricci and Sergio Risaliti

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

Italian Touch

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

School Projects Alberto Lattuada

Size 71⁄2 × 13 in. (19 × 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

Salvatore Ferragamo and the Twentieth-century Visual Culture edited by Stefania Ricci and Carlo Sisi

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Architecture

Architecture. Movements and Trends from the 19th Century to the Present Luca Molinari

The leading movements, major figures, works and ideas that shaped the architecture of the twentieth century Specifications size 61⁄2 × 81⁄2 in. (17 × 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

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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.

AEB 1966–2016

Fifty years of architectural design in Qatar Luca Molinari Size 91⁄2 × 11 in. (24 × 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

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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 × 12 in. (25 × 30 cm) 336 pages, 328 colour illustrations hardcover ISBN 978-88-572-1780-2 £ 60.00, $ 95.00, Can. $ 95.00

Christopher Benninger

Federico Delrosso Architects

Size 93⁄4 × 11 in. (25 × 28 cm) 384 pages, 692 colour illustrations hardcover ISBN 978-88-572-2687-3 £ 60.00, $ 90.00, Can. $ 90.00

Size 91⁄2 × 11 in. (24 × 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

Architecture for Modern India edited by Ramprasad Akkisetti and Rosa Maria Falvo

Pushing the Boundaries edited by Porzia Bergamasco


Architecture

The History of Qatari Architecture edited by Ibrahim Jaidah and Malika Bourennane

Size 91⁄2 × 11 in. (24 × 28 cm) 336 pages, 1000 duotone illustrations, hardcover ISBN 978-88-6130-793-3 £ 34.99, $ 69.00, Can. $ 69.00

Lightfall. Genealogy of a Museum

Herta and Paul Amir Building, Tel Aviv Museum of Art Preston Scott Cohen Size 9 ⁄2 × 11 in. (24 × 28 cm) 224 pages, 170 colour illustrations hardcover ISBN 978-88-572-2692-7 £ 38.00, $ 50.00, Can. $ 67.50 1

London Dialogues

Milan Architecture

Size 61⁄2 × 81⁄2 in. (16.5 × 21 cm) 384 pages, paperback ISBN 978-88-572-0059-0 £ 19.95, $ 29.95, Can. $ 29.95

Size 61⁄2 × 81⁄2 in. (16.5 × 21.5 cm) 208 pages, 250 colour illustrations paperback ISBN 978-88-572-2854-9 £ 20.00, $ 30.00, Can. $ 30.00

Serpentine Gallery 24-Hour Interview Marathon Hans Ulrich Obrist, Rem Koolhaas

The City and Expo Maria Vittoria Capitanucci

Milano Porta Nuova

The Place That Remains

Patrizia Pozzi

99 Domes

Size 91⁄2 × 12 in. (24 × 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 101⁄2 × 91⁄2 in. (27.3 × 24 cm) dual-language edition (English-Arabic), 216 pages 64 colour illustrations, paperback ISBN 978-88-572-3902-6 £ 43.00, $ 55.00

Size 61⁄2 × 81⁄2 in. (16.5 × 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

Size 93⁄4 × 113⁄4 in. (25 × 30 cm) 200 pages, 180 colour illustrations hardcover ISBN 978-88-572-2278-3 £ 34.95, $ 50.00, Can. $ 50.00

Italy Rises edited by Luca Molinari and Kelly Russell Catella

Recounting the Unbuilt Territory edited by Hala Younes

Contemporary Landscape edited by Luca Molinari

Gae Aulenti

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

Sergey Kuznetsov

Architecture Drawings edited by Luca Molinari introductions by Santiago Calatrava and Massimiliano Fuksas

An Atlas of Recycled Landscapes

Contemporary Public Space

Michela De Poli, Guido Incerti

Un-volumetric Architecture Aldo Aymonino, Valerio P. Mosco

Size 6 ⁄2 × 8 ⁄2 in. (16.5 × 21 cm) 240 pages, 200 colour illustrations flexibound ISBN 978-88-572-1079-7 £ 29.95, $ 45.00, Can. $ 45.00

Size 6 ⁄2 × 8 ⁄2 in. (16.5 × 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

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Size 11 × 11 in. (28 × 28 cm) 216 pages, 120 colour illustrations hardcover ISBN 978-88-572-2543-2 £ 43.00, $ 70.00, Can. $ 70.00

Imam Mohammed bin Abdul Wahab Mosque edited by Ibrahim Jaidah

Eric Owen Moss

The Uncertainty of Doing Paola Giaconia Size 61⁄2 × 81⁄2 in. (16.5 × 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

Sergei Tchoban

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

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A Abbagnato (Eleonora) photographed by Massimo Gatti 103 Abedin (Zainul). Great Masters of Bangladesh 69 AC Milan 56 AEB 1966-2016. Fifty years of architectural design in Qatar 120 African Art 95 Ahmadi (Shiva) 69 Akbar. The Great Emperor of India 1542-1605 95 Akhavan (Abbas) 69 Al-Fann. Art from the Islamic Civilization from The al-Sabah Collection 95 Al-Hadid (Diana). Phantom Limb 69 Al Karim (Halim) 75 Alyousif (Nasser) 69 Amazing Shoemaker (The). Fairy tales and legends about shoes and shoemakers 118 American Chronicles. The Art of Norman Rockwell 69 Andric (Ljubodrag). Works 2008-2016 103 Antonello da Messina 89 Antunes (Leonor). The Last Days in Galliate 30 Arab. Bedouin of the Desert 103 Arabic Hurufiyya. Art and Identity 69 Araki Effect (The) 12 Araki. Gold 103 Araki (Nobuyoshi). Polarnography 97 Architecture. Movements and Trends from the 19th Century to the Present 120 Arcimboldo 1527-1593 91 Arena (Francesco) 67 Armenia. Imprints of a Civilization 95 Art Carpets. Cleto Munari and Friends 114 Art et Liberté. Rupture, War and Surrealism in Egypt 1938-1948 69 Art for Education. Contemporary Artists from Pakistan 71 Artist as Jeweler (The). From Picasso to Jeff Koons 114 Art of PG Thelander (The). Made with No Loss of Time 71 Art of the Twentieth Century 73

Art of the Twentieth Century. 2000 and Beyond Contemporary Tendencies (Vol. 5) 73 Art of the Twentieth Century and beyond. Movements, Theories, Schools and Tendencies 71 Art of the Twentieth Century. Neo Avant-gardes, Postmodern and Global Art 1969-1999 (Vol. 4) 72 Art of the Twentieth Century. The Artistic Culture between the Wars 1920-1945 (Vol. 2) 72 Art of the Twentieth Century. The Avant-garde Movements 1900-1919 (Vol. 1) 72 Art of the Twentieth Century. The Birth of Contemporary Art 1946-1968 (Vol. 3) 72 Art Side of Kartell (The) 112 Arts of the Muslim Knight (The). The Furusiyya Art Foundation Collection 95 Asian Jewellery. Ethnic Rings, Bracelets, Necklaces, Earrings, Belts, Head Ornaments 114 Atkins (Ed) 71 Atlas of Recycled Landscapes (An) 121 Aulenti (Gae) 121 Azam (Rafiq). Architecture for Green Living 120 B Baby Cashmere. The Long Journey of Excellence 118 Bagnoli (Marco) 65 Bally since 1851 118 Bamadhaj (Nadiah) 71 Barça. Més que un Club. 120 Years 1899-2019 54 Barceló (Miquel) 71 Basquiat (Jean-Michel) 71 Beatles (The) in Comic Strips 71 Being Design. Caimi Brevetti 115 Belkahia (Farid) 75 Belkahia (Farid) and the Casablanca School 39 Belkahia (Farid) or Art at Liberty 71 Bellamine (Fouad) 75 Bellini (Giovanni). The Last Works 88 Benninger (Christopher). Architecture for Modern India 120 Benson (Jane). A Place for Infinite Tuning 68

Best in Show. Italian Car Masterpieces from the Lopresto Collection 114 Bianconi (Fulvio) at Venini 111 Bidibidobidiboo. Works from Collezione Sandretto Re Rebaudengo 71 Bieber (Jodi). Between Darkness and Light. Selected Works: South Africa 1994-2010 103 Bing-Chuan (Leng) 71 Blain (Dominique). Displacements 38 Bloodlines. The Zhang Xiaogang Story 71 BMW Motorcycles of the Century. Guide to Models 1923-2000 114 Body Stages. The Metamorphosis of Loïe Fuller 103 Bonalumi (Agostino). All the Shapes of Space 72 Bonalumi (Agostino). Catalogue Raisonné 87 Borsani (Osvaldo). Architect, Designer, Entrepreneur 114 Bosso (Francesco). Last Diamonds 103 Botero (Fernando). Paintings 1959-2015 32 Botero. The Search for a Style (1948-1963) 32 Boudry (Pauline) / Renate Lorenz. Moving Backwards 72 Bourgeois (Louise). The Fabric Works 72 Bramantino. The Renaissance in Lombardy 91 Brasilier (André) 72 Breish Collection of Modern and Contemporary Arab Art (The) 35 Bruegel (Pieter) the Elder at the Kunsthistorisches Museum in Vienna 91 Bulgari. 125 Years of Italian Magnificence. Grand Palais 118 Burki (Fahd). Works from 2003-2013 72 Burman (Sakti). A Private Universe 72 Burri (Alberto). Black Work 72 Buzzi (Tomaso) at Venini 111 C Cai Guo-Qiang: Saraab 72

Caland (Huguette). Everything Takes the Shape of a Person, 1970-78 73 Calder-Picasso 64 Camerana (Benedetto). Projects and Visions for the Future of Architecture 49 Capogrossi (Giuseppe). Catalogue raisonné 1920-1949 87 Capote (Yoan) 73 Cappellin Glassworks (The M.V.M.) and the Young Carlo Scarpa 1925-1931 111 Caravaggeschi (I). The Caravaggesque Painters. A catalogue of the Artists and Works 91 Caravaggio 91 Castellani (Enrico). Catalogue raisonné 1955-2005 87 Cave Between Land and Sea (A). The Wonders of Puerto Princesa Underground River 102 Chappell (Walter). Eternal Impermanence 103 Che Guevara. Tú y Todos 101 Children of the Light 104 China. The New Generation 73 Cines de Cuba 104 City for Impressionism (A). Monet, Pissarro and Gauguin in Rouen 73 Clavé (Antoni). Printed Work. Catalogue raisonné 73 Cleopatra y la fascinación de Egipto (Cleopatra and the Fascination of Egypt) 95 Cobra Collection (Golda and Meyer Marks) 73 Cold Instinct 14 Collezione Giuseppe Iannaccone. Volume I. Italy 1920-1945. A New Figurative Art and Narrative of the Self 73 Colombo (Gianni) 73 Condé Museum at the Château de Chantilly (The). The Paintings Collection 80 Contemporary Photography from India and South America. The Tenth Parallel North 103 Contemporary Photography from North-Western Europe. History Memory Identity 103


D Dark Memories. Gian Paolo Barbieri 104 de Chirico (Giorgio). The Changing Face of Metaphysical Art 60 De Dominicis (Gino). Catalogue raisonné 87 de La Tour (Georges). The Adoration of the Shepherds. Christ with Saint Joseph in the Carpenter’s Shop 91 Delrosso (Federico) Architects. Pushing the Boundaries 120 Demi 73 Dezeuze (Daniel). Drawings 74 Dietrichson (Espen). Seven Years 74 Discovering Tibet. The Tucci Expeditions and Tibetan Paintings 95 Dokoupil 74 Domon Ken. The Master of Japanese Realism 100 Drawings for Paintings in the Age of Rembrandt 91 Dream Pools. Enchanting pools of Italy’s Emerald Coast 114 Drew (Joanna) and the Art of Exhibitions 67 Du Sens dans l’Utile 114 Dwan (Virginia) and Dwan Gallery 74 Dynys (Chiara) 36 Dzubas (Friedel) 74 E Egypt and the Pharaohs 95 Egypt. Millenary Splendour. The Leiden Collection in Bologna 95 Eielson (Jorge). Matter, Sign, Space 74 Electric Fashion 118 Elwes (Damian). Secrets of the Studios. From Monet to Ai Weiwei 74 Encyclopaedia of the Word. Artist Dialogues. 1968-2008 74 Escalar (Francesco). Glamour ’n Soul 104 Exhibitionism: 50 Years of The Museum at FIT 116

F Fabre (Jan). Stigmata. Actions & Performances. 1976-2013 74 Fabre (Jan). Tribute to Hiëronymus Bosch in Congo. Tribute to Belgian Congo 74 Fabric (The). Vitale Barberis Canonico, 1663-2013 118 Fangor (Wojciech). Color and Space 74 Fanzhi (Zeng). Catalogue raisonné. Volume I 86 Fashion, Art & Nature chez Oscar Carvallo 40 Feast of Wonders (A). Sergei Diaghilev and the Ballets Russes 74 Fendre l’air. Art of Bamboo in Japan 75 Ferragamo (Salvatore). Equilibrium 118 Ferragamo (Salvatore). Inspiration and Vision 118 Ferré (Gianfranco). Drawings 118 Ferré (Gianfranco). Under Another Light. Jewels and Ornaments 119 Flowers in the Louvre 80 Fontana (Lucio). Ambienti Spaziali Architecture Art Environments 75 Fontana (Lucio). Catalogue raisonné 87 Fontana (Lucio). Catalogue raisonné of the works on paper 87 FOOD 75 Food in the Louvre 80 Forbidden City in Monaco (The). Imperial Court Life in China 95 Fredrikson Stallard. Works 113 French Design. Creativity as Tradition 114 From Art Brut to Art without Boundaries. A Century of Fascination through the Eyes of Hans Prinzhorn, Jean Dubuffet, Harald Szeemann 75 From Tapestry to Fiber Art. The Lausanne Biennials 1962-1995 114 FuturBalla. Life Light Speed 75 Future Roots. Hogan 119 G Gastel (Giovanni). Masks and Ghosts 104 Gauguin (Paul). Artist of Myth and Dream 75

Gauguin (Paul). A Savage in the Making. Catalogue raisonné of the Paintings (1873-1888) 87 Genn (Nancy). Architecture from Within 75 Geometry and Art in the Modern Middle East 66 Germen (Murat) 104 Gharzouzi (Élie). Life in Images 48 Gift of Kings (The). The Noblest of Wools 118 Give It All. Yasushi Handa’s Photographic Testimony of World Etoile. Diana Vishneva’s Nostalgic Homecoming 42 Glackens (William J.) and Pierre-Auguste Renoir. Affinities and Distinctions 61 Glass from Finland in the Bischofberger Collection 111 Glass of the Architects (The). Vienna 1900-1937 111 Glasstress 2017 114 Good Dreams, Bad Dreams. American Mythologies. Selections from the Tony and Elham Salamé Collection Aïshti Foundation 75 Goodwood Revival. Uli Weber 104 Gowda (Sheela). Remains 31 Goya (Francisco). Album C 20 Great Mother (The). Women, Maternity, and Power in Art and Visual Culture, 1900-2015 76 Group Spirit - Wild Style 76 Guangyi (Wang). Works and Thoughts 1985−2012 76 Gupta (Subodh) 76 Guzzini. Infinite Italian Design 115 H Hanoi after the War 104 Hawkins (William L.). An Imaginative Geography 76 Helnwein (Gottfried). The Epiphany of the Displaced 24 Henderikse (Jan). Mint 76 Hendricks (Barkley L.). Works on Paper (Vol. 1). Landscape Paintings (Vol. 2) 25 Heritage of Art Diplomacy. Memoirs of an Ambassador 95

Heske (Marianne). Arbeider & Notater. Works & Notes 76 H Hangar Design Group 115 Hiroshige. The Master of Nature 58 Hirst (Damien). Relics 76 Historicode. Scarcity and Supply 76 History of Photography (A). The Musée d’Orsay Collection 1839-1925 104 History of Qatari Architecture (The) 121 History of the Nude (The) 76 Hitchcock (Alfred). Cinema on the Edge of Nothing 109 Hogarth, Reynolds, Turner. British Painting and the Rise of Modernity 76 Hokusai. The Master’s Legacy 59 Hong Kong Eye. Contemporary Hong Kong Art 70 Hopper (Edward) 76 Hüller (Volker) 77 Hütte (Axel). Fantasmi e Realtà 104 I Idols. The Power of Images 94 Igor & Marina 77 Impressionism. SkiraMiniARTbooks 77 Incredible Italian Beauties 16 Indonesian Eye. Contemporary Indonesian Art 70 Inside Carol Rama 77 Inter 110. FC Internazionale Milano. 110th Anniversary. 1928-2018: The official soccer story of Inter’s eleven decades 57 In the World. Essays on Contemporary South African Art 77 Into the Heart of the World. La Venta. 25 Years of Exploration 102 Italian Glamour. The Essence of Italian Fashion. From the Postwar Years to the Present Day. The Enrico Quinto and Paolo Tinarelli Collection 119 Italian Portraits. Tod’s 119 Italian Tailoring. A Glimpse into the World of Sartorial Masters 117 Italian Touch. Tod’s 119

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Contemporary Photography from the Far East. Asian Dub Photography 103 Contemporary Public Space. Un-volumetric Architecture 121 Contemporary Voices from the Asian and Islamic Art Worlds 73

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Italy in Hollywood 117 Italy of the Cities 77 Izu (Kenro). Territories of the Soul 104 J Jalal (Bakhodir). A Line to Eternity 77 Jansen (Marcus). Decade 77 Janssen (Lydia). Dance into Art 38 Jew 99 Jewellery. From Art Nouveau to 3D Printing 18 Jodice (Mimmo). Archipelago of the Ancient World 105 K Kami (Y.Z.) Works 1985-2018 68 Karmani (Sohail). The Spirit of Sahiwal 43 Kenna (Michael). Images of the Seventh Day. 1974-2009 105 Kerouac. Beat Painting 69 Kiefer (Anselm). Salt of the Earth 77 Klimt. SkiraMiniARTbooks 77 Klyukin (Vasily). Live Sculptures 77 Knots. Art & History. The Berlin Carpet Collection 94 Korean Eye 2. Contemporary Korean Art 70 Korean Eye 2020. Contemporary Korean Art 28 Korean Eye. Contemporary Korean Art 70 Koroos (Saeed) 77 Kuniyoshi. Visionary of the Floating World 59 Kuznetsov (Sergey). Architecture Drawings 121

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L LaFerrari. Dynamic Art 114 Lanterna Magica. Limited Edition 10 Lascaux (Élie). A Painter of Poetry 78 Last Words 104 Legrady (Kata) 78 Legrady (Kata). Graphic Works once upon a time... 78 Leonardo and the artes mechanicae 91 Leonardo da Vinci 1452-1519. The Design of the World 91

Leonardo da Vinci’s Last Supper for François I. A Masterpiece in Gold and Silk 22 Lichtenstein (Roy). Drawing First 78 Lichtenstein (Roy). Sculptor 78 Life and Times of Alvin Baltrop (The) 44 Life is a Vortex 119 Ligabue (Antonio). Der Schweizer van Gogh/ The Swiss van Gogh 78 Lightfall. Genealogy of a Museum. Herta and Paul Amir Building, Tel Aviv Museum of Art 121 Lights On. Norwegian Contemporary Art 78 Living with Charlotte Perriand 113 Locatelli (Romualdo). An Artistic Voyage from Rome, the Eternal City, to Bali, the Island of the Gods 78 London Dialogues. Serpentine Gallery 24-Hour Interview Marathon 121 Long Curve (The). 150 Years of Visionary Collecting at the Albright-Knox Art Gallery 78 Longing for Eternity. One Century of Iraqi Art from the Hussain Ali Harba Family Collection 78 Long Life of Design in Italy (The). B&B Italia 50 Years and Beyond 115 Lotus Flower (The). A Textile Hidden in the Water 118 Louvre Abu Dhabi. Masterpieces from the Collection 92 Louvre Abu Dhabi (The). A World Vision of Art 92 Louvre Abu Dhabi. The Complete Guide 92 Louvre Abu Dhabi. The Story of Jean Nouvel’s Architectural Project 92 Love. Contemporary Art Meets Amour 78 Luyan (Wang). Visual Thinking and Measured Painting 78 M Magnificence and Grandeur of the Royal Houses in Europe 115 Magritte. Life Line 62

Mahdaoui (Nja). Jafr. The Alchemy of Signs 79 Majlis (The). Cultures in Dialogue 95 Malaysian Eye. Contemporary Malaysian Art 70 Man Ray 79 Mantegna. SkiraMiniARTbooks 91 Mapplethorpe (Robert). The Nymph Photography 105 Mariani (Umberto) 79 Mari (Carlo). Passage through Dar. Portraits from Tanzania 105 Marilyn 119 Marinot (Maurice). The Glass 1911-1934 110 Marquardt (Sven). Götterdämmerung 105 Marras (Antonio). Nulla dies sine linea. The Life, Diaries and Notes of a Restless Man 79 Marsa Malaz Kempinsky. Precious Jewel on the Sea 105 Martin (Chris). Paintings 79 Martinuzzi (Napoleone). Venini 1925-1931 111 Master of Photography 2016 105 Master of Photography 2017 105 Matta (Roberto). On the Edge of a Dream 79 Matta & The Fourth Dimension 63 Mattiacci (Eliseo) 79 McCullin (Don). The Impossible Peace. From War Photographs to Landscapes, 1958-2011 105 Medovoy (Naum). Last March 79 Meet Edvard Munch 79 Megall (Rafael). Paintings 2006-2014 79 Melehi (Mohamed) 39 Métamorphoses (Les) 20 Mighty Silence. Images of Destruction. The Great 2011 Earthquake and Tsunami 105 Milan Architecture. The City and Expo 121 Milan. Highlights 84 Milano Porta Nuova. Italy Rises 121 Milan. Ten Masterpieces 84 Minimal Film. The Cinematic World Reimagined through Graphic Design 108

Modern History of Italian Wine (The) 105 Mofokeng (Santu). A Silent Solitude. Photographs 1982-2011 105 Moments 79 Mondialité or the Archipelagos of Édouard Glissant 79 Moore (Melissa). Land Ends 106 Morandi (Giorgio) 1890-1964 80 Moriyama (Daido) in Color (Limited Edition) 52 Moriyama (Daido) in Color. Now, and Never Again 106 Moriyama (Daido). The World throught My Eyes 106 Moshiri (Farhad) 80 Motherwell (Robert). 100 Years 80 Motta (Carlos). History’s Back Rooms 38 Mousa (Nabil). Breaking the Chains 80 MTINDO. Style Movers Rebranding Africa 106 Mucha (Alphonse) 64 Mullican. Photographs Catalogue 1967-2018 98 Musée du Quai Branly. The Collection. Art from Africa, Asia, Oceania, and the Americas 95 Myth of India in Western Culture 1808-2017 (The). On the Paths of Enlightenment 80 N Nasiri (Rafa). Artist Books 80 Nemours (Aurelie). Catalogue Raisonné 86 Neoludica. Art and Videogames 2011-1966 80 Nesch (Rolf). The Complete Graphic Works 87 New American Abstraction 1950-1970 (The) 80 New Skin. Selections from the Tony and Elham Salamé Collection - Aïshti Foundation 80 New Trends in Japanese Photography 106 New York Serenade 106 Nickel (Lara): 12 Horses. Homage to Jannis Kounellis 37 Nojima (Yasuzo) 106 Nolan (Isabel). Writings / Works 36


O Ödlund (Christine). Aether & Einstein 81 Oehlen (Albert). Trance 27 Of Peace and War. A Spanish Collection of Russian Art 81 One Hundred Portraits 106 Oppenheim (Dennis). Body to Performance. 1969-73 81 Oppenheim (Meret). Works in Dialogue from Max Ernst to Mona Hatoum 81 Otero (Angel). Everything and Nothing 81 Othoniel (Jean-Michel). My way 81 Owen Moss (Eric). The Uncertainty of Doing 121 P Painting-Musée d’Orsay 81 Painting the Stage. Artists as Stage Designers 9 Painting the Stage. Botta, Fabre, Kabakovs, Kentridge. Limited Edition 8 Paladino (Mimmo) 65 Paladino (Mimmo). Sculpture 1980-2008 87 Parallels. Gustav Vigeland and his Contemporaries Bourdelle, Maillol, Meunier, Rodin 61 Parergon 29 Pasqua (Philippe). Paradise 81 Patriarchal Africa. The Last Sunrise. Photo-chronicle of the Vanishing Life 106 Penny (Evan). Ask Your Body 81 Pepper (Beverly). Monumenta 81 Photography. A History. 1839-Now 96 Photography. A New Vision of the World 1891-1940 (History of Photography Volume 2) 96 Photography. From the Press to the Museum 1941-1980 (History of Photography Volume 3) 96 Photography. The Contemporary Era 1981-2013 (History of Photography Volume 4) 96

Photography. The Origins 1839-1890 (History of Photography Volume 1) 96 Picasso Between Cubism and Neoclassicism 1915-1925 64 Place That Remains (The). Recounting the Unbuilt Territory 121 Plein (Philipp). The Bible 41 Plensa (Jaume). One Thought Fills Immensity 62 Politics and Theology in Chinese Contemporary Art. Reflections on the work of Wang Guangyi 81 Pollaiuolo (Antonio and Piero del). “Silver and Gold, Painting and Bronze... 91 Pomodoro (Arnaldo). General Catalogue of Sculptures 87 Portrait of a New Angola 106 Pour (Kour) 82 Power Mode. The Force of Fashion 116 Pozzi (Patrizia). Contemporary Landscape 121 Precious Paper. Paper Jewellery Design 115 Q Qadri (Sohan). The Seer 82 Quinn (Marc). Memory Box 82 R Racing the Galaxy 35 Raphael. SkiraMiniARTbooks 91 reGeneration3 106 Remains-Tomorrow. Themes in Contemporary Latin American Abstraction 34 Revolution in the Making. Abstract Sculpture by Women 1947-2016 82 Reypens (Laurent). In Slow Motion 82 Rhode (Robin). The Geometry of Colour 82 Rhodes (Carol) 82 Rodchenko (Alexander) 82 Romanov (Sergei) 107 Rome Eternal City in the Photographs Collection of the Royal Institute of British Architects 107 Rotella (Mimmo) 82

Rotella (Mimmo). Catalogue raisonné. First Volume 1944-1961 87 Rotella (Mimmo). Selected Works 82 S Saïd (Mahmoud). Catalogue raisonné 87 Sala (Anri). As you Go 33 Samaras. Album 2 82 Samat (Anne) 39 Samra (Faisal) 75 Saraceno (Tomás). Aerocene 82 Scarpa (Carlo). Venini 1932-1947 111 Scavolini 1961>2011. 50 Years of Kitchens. “The best seller from Italy” 115 Schachman (Bartholomäus) (1559-1614). The Art of Travel 95 Scheggi (Paolo). Catalogue Raisonné 87 Scheggi (Paolo). The Humanistic Measurement of Space 83 Schnabel (Julian). Permanently Becoming and the Architecture of Seeing 83 School Projects 119 Schuyff (Peter). Works on Paper 1984-2018 33 Scully (Sean). Human 26 Scully (Sean). Land Sea 26 Sea is History (The) 66 Sea Shepherd. 40 Years. The Official Book 101 Secret of the Gondola (The) 88 Sendas (Noé) 36 Senju (Hiroshi) 83 Senna (Ayrton). The Last Night 107 Seyhan (Kemal). Proportional Line. Last Decade 83 Sharov (Andrei) 83 Shawky (Wael) 83 Short Cuts. Artists in China 107 Signac. Reflections on Water 83 Singapore Eye. Contemporary Singapore Art 70 Slyngstad (Vibeke). Paintings 1992-2017 83 Socialist Realisms. Great Soviet Painting 1920-1970 83 Some Aesthetic Decisions. A Centennial Celebration of Marcel Duchamp’s “Fountain” 83

Sottsass (Ettore). The Glass 111 Start (2014). Young Galleries New Artists 70 Start (2015). Emerging Artists New Art Scenes 70 Stazewski (Henryk) 83 Stearns (Thomas) at Venini 110 Stevovich (Andrew). Beyond the Figure 37 Steyerl (Hito). The City of Broken Windows 63 Stile Ducati. A Visual History of Ducati Design 115 Storytellers (The). Narratives in International Contemporary Art 83 Sugimoto (Hiroshi). Le Notti Bianche 100 Suleman (Adeela). Not Everyone’s Heaven 35 Summer Autumn Winter... and Spring. Conversations with Artists from the Arab World 84 Sun & Sea (Marina) 84 Suspension. A History of Abstract Hanging Sculpture 1918-2018 84 Swan. A Unique Story. Through 50 Years of Yachting Evolution 115 T Tamy Tazi. Caftans 119 Tchoban (Sergei). Architecture Drawings 121 Tecno. A Descreetly Technical Elegance 115 Thailand Eye. Contemporary Thailand Art 70 THEOREM[A]. The Body, Emotion + Politics in Fashion 119 Tirelli 50. The Wardrobe of Dreams 119 Titian. SkiraMiniARTbooks 91 Trap (The). Trafficking of Women in Nepal 107 Treasures of the Gianmaria Buccellati Foundation (The) 115 Treasures of the Mughals and the Maharajas. The Al Thani Collection 115 Très Riches Heures du duc de Berry (The) 91 Trick Brain (The). Selections from the Tony and Elham Salamé Collection Aïshti Foundation 84

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Nollywood Portraits. A Radical Beauty 106 Nowosielski (Jerzy) 37 Nuvolo and Post-War Materiality 1950-1965 81

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Tsereteli (Zurab) 84 Twentieth-Century American Photography. Flags of America 103 Twentieth-century Fabrics. European and American Designers and Manufactures 115 Twentieth-century Jewellery. From Art Nouveau to Contemporary Design in Europe and the United States 115 Tyrmi (Hanne). The Lost Thing 84 U Udechukwu (Obiora). Line, Image, Text 84 UniFor. A Commitment to Architecture 112 Uribe (Federico). Watch the Parade 2017 84 Utarit (Natee). Optimism Is Ridiculous 84

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V Valentino (Mario). A History of Fashion, Design and Art 117 Vallicelli (Andrea). A History of Designs 46 Van Cleef & Arpels. Time, Nature, Love 18 Vedova. De America 65 Vedova (Emilio). Scultore 84 Venice 1948-1986. The Art Scene 107 Venini (Paolo) and His Furnace 111 Ventura (Ronald). Works 1998-2017 85 Ver Sacrum. The Vienna Secession Art Magazine 1898-1903 60 Vicuña. The Queen of the Andes 118 Vietnam Eye. Contemporary Vietnamese Art 70 Viktor (Lina Iris). A Haven. A Hell. A Dream Deferred 85 Visions from Abroad. Historical and Contemporary Representations of Arabia 93 Viskum (Morten). Works 1993-2016 85 Visual Music Masters. Abstract Explorations: History and Contemporary Research 85 von Bingen (Hildegard). A Journey into the Images 90

W Walk on the Wild Side. At the Heart of the Carmignac Collection 85 Way Out (The). New York Beyond Manhattan. Riding Away on a Ducati 45 Wei (Chen). Noon Club 85 Weston (Edward) 107 Why Photography? New Visions: The Henie Onstad Triennial for Photography and New Media 45 Williamson (Sue). Life and Work 85 Window on the World (A). From Dürer to Mondrian and Beyond 85 Working Through the Past. Nordic Conceptual Art as a Tool for re-Thinking History 66 Wow Gilles! Villeneuve. The Undying Legend 107 Wrecks 107 X Xiaobai (Su) 85 Y Yang (Haegue). Anthology 2006-2018. Tightrope Walking and Its Wordless Shadow 67 Yige (Song). Looking Within 85 You, Me and Art. Artists in the 21st Century 68 Z Zambian Portraits 107 Zayat (Elias). Cities and Legends 85 Zecchin (Vittorio). Transparent Glass for Cappellin and Venini 111 Zhen (Chen). Catalogue raisonné 1977-1996 (Volume 1), 1997-2000 (Volume 2) 86 Zhijie (Qiu) 34 Zhiyuan (Wang). Bigger, Better, and Cheaper 85 20 years. The acquisitions of the musée du quai Branly 94 99 Domes. Imam Mohammed bin Abdul Wahab Mosque 121 1927 The Return to Italy. Salvatore Ferragamo and the Twentieth-century Visual Culture 119

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