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Picture Credits for Matisse in the Studio, pp2–3: Henri Matisse (French, 1869–1954) Vase of Flowers, 1924 Oil on canvas | 60.6 x 73.7 cm Museum of Fine Arts, Boston Bequest of John T. Spaulding, 48.577 Photo: Imaging studios, Museum of Fine Arts, Boston. © 2016 Succession H. Matisse/Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York
Henri Matisse Yellow Odalisque, 1937 Oil on canvas | 55.2 x 46 cm Philadelphia Museum of Art The Samuel S. White 3rd and Vera White Collection, 1967 The Philadelphia Museum of Art/Art Resource, NY © 2016 Succession H. Matisse/Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York
Henri Matisse Goldfish and Sculpture, 1912 Oil on canvas | 116.2 x 100.5 cm The Museum of Modern Art, New York Gift of Mr. and Mrs. John Hay Whitney, 1955 Digital Image © The Museum of Modern Art/Licensed by SCALA/Art Resource, NY © 2016 Succession H. Matisse/Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York
Photograph by Henri Cartier-Bresson of Matisse at home in front of his Egyptian curtain, Villa Le Reve, Vence, 1944 Magnum Photos
Contents 2, 36, 41 Museum of Fine Arts, Boston 4 The Museum of Modern Art, New York 14 The Guggenheim Museum Distributed Art Publishers 15, 19, 20, 37, 42 16, 32 Walther König 17, 28 Ludion 18, 29, 52 Actes Sud 21 The Art Gallery of New South Wales 24 Art/Books 26 The Museum of Contemporary Art Australia 27 Paul Stopler 30 Vendome Press 31 Circa Press 33 Cooper Hewitt 34 FUEL 38 Eight Books 39 Double-Barrelled Books 40 The Wellcome Collection 43 Fondation Cartier pour l’art contemporain 44 Contrasto 46 White Space Gallery 47 Max Ström 48 Seek AB 49 Magenta Foundation 50 Livraison
Front cover image: Tree # 2, Archival Ink-jet print on paper, 125x100cm, 2006 © Myou Ho Lee, taken from Livraison Magazine No. 4, published by Livraison. See page 50
Matisse in the Studio Ellen McBreen and Helen Burnham This book is the first in English to explore the essential role that Henri Matisse’s personal collection of objects played in his studio practice. Featured frequently in the modern master’s bold paintings, drawings and cut-outs, and influencing the development of his work in sculpture, Matisse’s objects formed a secret history hiding in plain sight. Works that span the artist’s entire career are presented here alongside the objects that inspired them, from Asian vases and African masks to intricate textiles from the Islamic world. Contributions by world-renowned Matisse experts Jack Flam and Claudine Grammont are rounded out with fresh insights by up-andcoming Matisse scholars Ellen McBreen and Helen Burnham, and additional perspectives by African art scholar Suzanne Preston Blier. With lush illustrations and archival images, Matisse in the Studio provides exceptional insights into the world of the artist at work. Ellen McBreen is Associate Professor of Art History at Wheaton College, Massachusetts. Helen Burnham is Pamela and Peter Voss Curator of Prints and Drawings at the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston.
£40.00 ISBN 978 0 878 468430 April 216pp 27.9 x 22.9 cm 180 illustrations
Museum of Fine Arts, Boston
Arbus Friedlander Winogrand New Documents, 1967 Sarah Hermanson Meister • Essay by Max Kozloff
£35.00 ISBN 978 0 870 709555 April 160pp 27.0 x 23.0 cm 125 illustrations
The Museum of Modern Art, New York
In 1967, The Museum of Modern Art presented New Documents, a landmark exhibition organized by John Szarkowski that brought together a selection of works by three photographers whose individual achievements signaled the artistic potential for the medium in the 1960s and beyond: Diane Arbus, Lee Friedlander and Garry Winogrand. Though largely unknown at the time, these three photographers are now universally acknowledged as artists of singular talent within the history of photography. The exhibition articulated a profound shift in the landscape of twentieth-century photography, and interest in the exhibition has only continued to expand. Yet, until now, there has been no publication that captures its content. Published in celebration of the 50th anniversary of the exhibition, Arbus Friedlander Winogrand features full-page reproductions of the 94 photographs included in the exhibition, along with Szarkowski’s original wall text, press release, installation views and an abundance of archival material. Sarah Hermanson Meister is a curator in the Department of Photography, The Museum of Modern Art. Max Kozloff is a New York-based writer and photographer.
Diane Arbus (American, 1923–1971). A Young Man in Curlers at Home on West 20th Street, New York City. 1966. Gelatin silver print, 15 1/2 x 14 3/8” (39.3 x 36.5 cm). The Museum of Modern Art, New York. Acquired through the generosity of the International Program of The Museum of Modern Art. © 2016 The Estate of Diane Arbus, LLC
Diane Arbus (American, 1923–1971). Identical Twins, Roselle, New Jersey. 1967. Gelatin silver print, 15 1/8 x 14 9/16” (38.4 x 37 cm). The Museum of Modern Art, New York. Richard Avedon Fund. © 2016 The Estate of Diane Arbus, LLC
Lee Friedlander (American, born 1934). Los Angeles, California. 1965. Gelatin silver print, 6 3/8 x 9 5/8” (16.2 x 24.5 cm). The Museum of Modern Art, New York. Purchase. © 2016 Lee Friedlander
Garry Winogrand (American, 1928–1984). San Francisco. 1964. Gelatin silver print, 8 11/16 x 12 13/16” (22 x 32.5 cm). The Museum of Modern Art, New York. Purchase and gift of Barbara Schwartz in memory of Eugene M. Schwartz. © 2016 The Estate of Garry Winogrand, courtesy Fraenkel Gallery
Bill Brandt Shadow and Light Sarah Hermanson Meister • Appendix by Lee Ann Daffner
£40.00 ISBN 978 0 870 708459 Available 208pp 25.4 x 22.9 cm 180 illustrations
The Museum of Modern Art, New York
This publication presents Bill Brandt’s entire oeuvre, with special emphasis on his investigation of English life in the 1930s and his innovative late nudes. An essay by Sarah Hermanson Meister sets his life and work in the context of twentieth-century photographic history. Brandt’s printing style changed dramatically over the course of his career, and this will be a secondary focus. Lee Ann Daffner contributes an illustrated glossary of Brandt’s retouching techniques, enhancing the appreciation of Brandt’s printing processes. The book also includes a generously illustrated appendix of Brandt’s published photo-stories during the Second World War, which will clarify the trajectory of Brandt’s career as never before. With rich duotone illustrations that highlight the special characteristics of Brandt’s prints, this volume will be an invaluable resource to students and scholars alike. Sarah Hermanson Meister is a Curator in the Department of Photography at The Museum of Modern Art. Lee Ann Daffner is the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation Conservator of Photographs at The Museum of Modern Art.
‘This full examination of Brandt’s life’s work is one of the broadest and most interesting … a wealth of biographical material … the technical details of how he shaped his final images are fascinating’ Amateur Photographer
Bill Brandt. Francis Bacon Walking on Primrose Hill, London. 1963. 9 1/4 x 7 1/2” (23.5 x 19.1 cm). Collection David Dechman and Michel Mercure. © Bill Brandt Archive Ltd. Courtesy David Dechman and Michel Mecure; photography by David Allison
Alibis: Sigmar Polke 1963–2010 Edited by Kathy Halbreich Published in conjunction with an exhibition at Tate Modern and The Museum of Modern Art, this richly illustrated publication provides an overview of Polke’s cross-disciplinary innovations and career. Four lead essays trace broad themes in Polke’s work across mediums and across his career, while twelve shorter texts each focus on a single work or aspect of Polke’s practice, which allows for a concentrated consideration of critical issues such as Polke’s use of language or textiles that have never been discussed before in any depth. A richly illustrated chronology presents a cultural frame for Polke’s work and an interview with Benjamin Buchloh offers insight on Polke’s first retrospective, held in 1976. The catalogue includes contributions by a wide range of authors with great expertise, most of whom have never published on Polke before, thus broadening the scope of scholarship on Polke and offering new thinking about this chameleon-like artist. Kathy Halbreich is the Associate Director at The Museum of Modern Art.
£60.00 ISBN 978 0 870 708893 Available 320pp 30.5 x 24.0 cm c. 520 illustrations
The Museum of Modern Art, New York
Sigmar Polke. Untitled (Quetta, Pakistan). 1974‑1978. Gelatin silver print with applied color. 22 3/8 × 33 13/16” (56.9 × 85.9 cm). Glenstone. © Estate of Sigmar Polke/Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York/VG Bild-Kunst, Bonn
Charles White: Black Pope Esther Adler
£19.95 ISBN 978 1 633 450271 May 72pp 27.0 x 23.0 cm 35 illustrations
The Museum of Modern Art, New York
Charles White (1918–1979) was celebrated during his lifetime for depictions of African-American men, women, and children that acquired the name ‘images of dignity.’ White’s draftsmanship and his direct address of the social and political concerns of his time established him as a major artist with significant influence both on his contemporaries and on later generations. Beginning with White’s early days in Chicago during the 1930s, moving through his time in New York in the late 1940s and 1950s, and closing with his final decades as a revered figure in Los Angeles, Charles White: Black Pope examines key works from throughout the artist’s career, especially the late masterwork Black Pope (Sandwich Board Man), in the collection of The Museum of Modern Art. By creating visually compelling, ideologically complex works that engage audiences on many levels, White established himself as a key figure of his time, one whose work continues to resonate today. Esther Adler is Assistant Curator in the Department of Drawings and Prints at The Museum of Modern Art.
Charles White. Pope X. 1972. Etching, plate: 18 5/8 x 27 13/16” (47.3 x 70.7 cm); sheet: 25 5/16 x 34 1/16” (64.3 x 86.5 cm). The Museum of Modern Art, New York. John B. Turner Fund. © 2016 The Charles White Archives
Louise Lawler: Receptions Edited by Roxana Marcoci This catalogue charts the creative practice of Louise Lawler, one of the most influential artists working in the fields of picture-making and institutional critique. Presenting Lawler’s multifaceted practice across mediums – photography, sound work, film, objects and mural-scale installations – this book offers new critical perspectives through eight essays by renowned scholars that unpack her tight, witty, thought-provoking work. The rich selection of plates comprehensively records the artist’s practice to date and underscores the radical inventiveness of Lawler’s practice. The performative nature of Lawler’s practice is mirrored in the design of the book’s dust jacket; when turned inside out, it features a signature Lawler picture as an ‘adjusted to fit’ poster. The book is an indispensable resource for anyone interested in late-20th and early-21st-century art Roxana Marcoci is Senior Curator in the Department of Photography at The Museum of Modern Art.
£45.00 ISBN 978 1 633 450233 April 256pp 30.5 x 24.1 cm 253 illustrations
The Museum of Modern Art, New York
Louise Lawler. (Andy Warhol and Other Artists) Tulip. 1982. Silver dye bleach print, 38 ½ x 60 ½” (97.8 x 153.7 cm). Courtesy the artist and Metro Pictures. © 2016 Louise Lawler
Sonia Delaunay: Art Is Life Cara Manes Illustrations by Fatinha Ramos, with artwork by Sonia Delaunay
£14.95 ISBN 978 1 633 450240 June 40pp 30.0 x 23.5 cm Illustrated throughout
Sonia Delaunay: Art Is Life introduces young audiences to her art as Sonia and her six-year-old Charles embark on a magical road trip in their car. Together they glide into a landscape made up of colours and shapes drawn from Sonia’s early abstract compositions – almost as if they’ve entered one of her paintings. Along the road, they make pit stops at ‘sites’ that inspired some of Sonia’s key paintings of this period, and explore her gorgeous and colourful designs for fabrics and clothing. Through these encounters, Sonia helps her son understand her artistic process of abstracting from reality by asking Charles what shapes and colours he discerns within these subjects. Their journey ends back in the real world, and Charles realizes that his mother’s thinking about art permeates every aspect of their life. Cara Manes is Assistant Curator in the Department of Painting and Sculpture at The Museum of Modern Art. Fatinha Ramos is an award-winning illustrator and visual artist.
The Museum of Modern Art, New York
£12.95 ISBN 978 0 870 709104
The Great New York Subway Map Emiliano Ponzi Both a love letter to New York City and an introduction to graphic design, this is the story of how the designer Massimo Vignelli tackled the problem of creating a subway map that could be understood by all New Yorkers as well as out-of-towners. Filled with depictions of trains, subway stations and the New York City skyline, the book follows Vignelli around the city as he tries to understand the system in order to translate it into a map. The book is produced in collaboration with the New York Transit Museum and features a section of historical and archival images and photographs. A groundbreaking work of information design, the subway map designed by Vignelli is an iconic work used by over a billion people every year. The Museum of Modern Art acquired the original 1972 diagram in 2004. Emiliano Ponzi is the author and illustrator of the best-selling book The Journey of the Penguin (Penguin, 2015), a unique work that imagines an adventure-filled life for the iconic Penguin logo.
£14.95 ISBN 978 1 633 450257 June 40pp 30.0 x 23.5 cm Illustrated throughout
The Museum of Modern Art, New York
Robert Rauschenberg Thirty-Four Drawings for Dante’s Inferno Leah Dickerman
£400.00 Clamshell box ISBN 978 0 870 709579 May 34 loose sheets + 48 page booklet 40.0 x 35.0 cm 34 illustrations
The Museum of Modern Art, New York
‘I think a picture is more like the real world when it’s made out of the real world’ Robert Rauschenberg
TOP IMAGE: Robert Rauschenberg. Canto XXVII: Circle Eight, Bolgia 8, The Evil Counselors from the series Thirty-Four Illustrations for Dante’s Inferno. (1959-60). Transfer drawing, watercolor, gouache, and pencil on paper 14 3/8 x 11 3/8” (36.7 x 29.1 cm). The Museum of Modern Art, New York. Given anonymously. © 2016 Robert Rauschenberg Foundation RIGHT: Robert Rauschenberg. Canto VIII: Circle Five, The Styx, The Wrathful; Circle Six, Dis, Capital of Hell, The Fallen Angels from the series ThirtyFour Illustrations for Dante’s Inferno. (1959-60). Transfer drawing, pencil, watercolor, gouache, and crayon on paper 14 1/2 x 11 1/2” (36.8 x 29.2 cm). The Museum of Modern Art, New York. Given anonymously. © 2016 Robert Rauschenberg Foundation
Published in a limited edition of just 500 copies, Robert Rauschenberg: Thirty-Four Illustrations for Dante’s Inferno is a clothbound clamshell box containing a facsimile edition of Rauschenberg’s series of drawings from 1958–60, each reproduced at actual size on individual sheets. Rauschenberg made one drawing for each Canto, or section, of Dante’s poem The Inferno (1308–1321). Together they are a virtual encyclopedia of modern-day imagery, made by transferring photographic reproductions from magazines or newspapers onto the drawing surface. With additional imagery in pencil, crayon, pastel and collage, the drawings reflect Rauschenberg’s desire to infiltrate his art with the scenes and sounds of the surrounding world, a radical departure from the more transcendent ambitions of Abstract Expressionism. Leah Dickerman is the Marlene Hess Curator of Painting and Sculpture at The Museum of Modern Art.
Frank Lloyd Wright Unpacking the Archive Edited by Barry Bergdoll and Jennifer Gray Published in conjunction with a major exhibition at The Museum of Modern Art, this catalogue reveals new perspectives on the work of Frank Lloyd Wright, a designer so prolific and familiar as to nearly preclude critical re-examination. Structured as a series of inquiries into the Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation Archives, the book is a collection of scholarly explorations rather than an attempt to construct a master narrative. Each chapter centres on a key object from the archive that an invited author has ‘unpacked’ – interpreting and contextualizing it, tracing its meanings and connections, and juxtaposing it with other works from the archive, from MoMA, or from outside collections. The publication aims to open up Wright’s work to questions, interrogations and debates, and to highlight interpretations by contemporary scholars, both established Wright experts and others considering this iconic figure from new and illuminating perspectives. Barry Bergdoll is Curator in the Department of Architecture and Design at The Museum of Modern Art, where Jennifer Gray is Project Research Assistant.
Pedro E. Guerrero. Frank Lloyd Wright with the San Francisco Call Building model (1913). 1947. © Pedro E. Guerrero Archives
£50.00 ISBN 978 1 633 450264 June 256pp 31.8 x 24.1 cm 300 illustrations
The Museum of Modern Art, New York
Liberty Magazine Cover. 1926. Colored pencil on paper, 24 1/2 x 28 1/4” (62.2 x 71.8 cm). The Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation Archives (The Museum of Modern Art | Avery Architectural & Fine Arts Library, Columbia University, New York)
Visionaries: Creating a Modern Guggenheim Edited by Megan Fontanella • Text by Tracey Bashkoff, Susan Davidson, Vivien Greene, Lauren Hinkson, Susan Thompson and Jeffrey Weiss
£40.00 ISBN 978 0 892 075263 February 312pp 26.9 x 19.3 cm 220 illustrations
The Guggenheim Museum
Visionaries: Creating a Modern Guggenheim celebrates the latenineteenth and early-twentieth-century masterworks at the core of the institution’s holdings, and the trailblazers whose contributions helped define the forward-looking identity of the Solomon R. Guggenheim Foundation. Central to Visionaries is the story of museum founder Solomon R. Guggenheim, who with support from his trusted advisor, Hilla Rebay, become a great champion of ‘nonobjective’ art and assembled a radical collection against the backdrop of economic crisis and war in the 1930s and ’40s. Alongside vibrant illustrations of works by such iconic artists as Alexander Calder, Marc Chagall, Vasily Kandinsky, Paul Klee, Piet Mondrian, Pablo Picasso, and Jackson Pollock, Visionaries also features essays by six curators examining touchstone works from the foundation collection. Megan Fontanella is Curator, Collections and Provenance, at the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, New York.
The Hilla von Rebay Foundation Archives
Archivio Cameraphoto Epoche. © Solomon R. Guggenheim Foundation, New York
Merce Cunningham: Common Time Edited by Fionn Meade and Joan Rothfuss Published in conjunction with the exhibition at the Walker Art Center and MCA Chicago, this volume reconsiders Merce Cunningham and his collaborators as an extraordinarily prolific interdisciplinary network. It features ten new essays by curators and historians as well as interviews with contemporary choreographers – Beth Gill, Maria Hassabi, Rashaun Mitchell and Silas Riener – who address Cunningham’s continued influence. These are supplemented by numerous rarely published archival photographs, reprints of texts by Cunningham, Cage and other key dancers, artists and scholars, several detailed appendices, and an extensive illustrated chronology placing Cunningham’s activities and those of his collaborators in the context of the twentieth century. This book is an essential volume for anyone interested in contemporary art, music, and dance. Fionn Meade is Artistic Director at the Walker Art Center. Joan Rothfuss is an independent writer and curator based in Minneapolis.
Merce Cunningham and company performing TV Rerun at Westbeth January 1975 Photo: Jack Mitchell © Jack Mitchell/Getty Images
£60.00 ISBN 978 1 935 963141 April 456pp 29.8 x 22.9 cm 500 illustrations
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Martin Kippenberger Volume III: 1987–1992 Catalogue Raisonné of the Paintings Edited by Gisela Capitain, Regina Fiorito and Lisa Franzen for The Estate of Martin Kippenberger With texts by Kirsty Bell and Michael Sanchez
£270.00 ISBN 978 3 863 356361 Available 556pp 30.0 x 26.0 cm 600 colour illustrations
The second volume of the Kippenberger catalogue raisonné registers almost 300 paintings, with work number, title, year, technique, measurements, epigraphs, provenance, exhibitions and bibliography. It includes the ‘Preis Bilder’ series (1987), the so-called ‘fabric paintings’ (1987), a group of paintings made in Spain (1988), the latex and rubber paintings, and the ‘Krieg Böse’ series. Gisela Capitain, Regina Fiorito and Lisa Franzen all work at the Galeria Gisela Capitain.
£270.00 978 3 863 354817
Vermeer in Detail Gary Schwartz Vermeer In Detail introduces readers to the great Dutch artist through 140 beautiful and evocative details from his paintings. The well-chosen details are divided into ten themes that characterize Vermeer’s sometimes unexpected interests, from the faces of young women and their shawls, caps, hats, ribbons and curls to images of paintings by other artists in a gesture of admiring tribute. Gary Schwartz is an art historian specialized in Dutch art, mainly of the seventeenth century. He was guest curator at the Frans Hals Museum of the first exhibition ever held on emotion in Dutch painting of the Golden Age (2014–2015). His most recent book (2016) is devoted to Jheronimus Bosch, which like his other writings is distinguished by originality of observation and acuity of analysis.
£34.95 ISBN 978 9 491 819711 April 180pp 32.0 x 25.0 cm 180 illustrations
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Van Gogh in Provence: Modernizing Tradition Sjraar van Heugten Van Gogh in Provence: Modernizing Tradition is the third part of a trilogy initiated by the inauguration of the Fondation Vincent Van Gogh in Arles. It brings together 31 paintings which illustrate, with regard to the classic genres of portraiture, the still life and landscape, the continuity that goes hand in hand in Vincent’s work with energetic new departures and innovations.
£25.00 ISBN 978 2 330 063023 Available 160pp 28.0 x 22.0 cm Illustrated throughout
Sjraar van Heugten is a world expert on the work of Vincent van Gogh. Former head of the collections of the Van Gogh Museum in Amsterdam, he also curated the first two retrospectives devoted to the artist at the Fondation Vincent van Gogh, Arles.
£25.00 978 2 330 031145
£22.00 978 2 330 052546
Renoir: Intimacy Contributions by Guillermo Solana, Colin Bailey and Flavie Durand-Ruel Mouraux The filmmaker Jean Renoir, son of Impressionist painter Pierre Auguste Renoir, described how his father ‘looked at flowers, women and clouds in the sky as other men touch and caress.’ Impressionism is generally conceived of as purely visual, an optical exploration of light-dappled surfaces and shifting colours. Renoir: Intimacy instead focuses on the central role of tactile sensations in Renoir’s canvases. It reveals the ways Renoir made use of the tactile qualities of volume, material and texture as a vehicle to depict intimacy in its different forms – from social intimacy among family and friends, to the erotic – and how that imagery is viscerally connected to the sensuality of the artist’s brushstroke and the physical surfaces of his paintings. Published to accompany a show at the Museo de arte Thyssen-Bornemisza in Madrid, this volume includes more than 70 works by Renoir, loaned from museums and collections worldwide. Guillermo Solano is Chief Curator and Artistic Director at the Museo ThyssenBornemisza. Colin Bailey is the director of the Morgan Library & Museum. Flavie Durand-Ruel Mouraux is Director of Archives at Durand-Ruel & Cie.
£50.00 ISBN 978 8 415 113881 April 200pp 27.9 x 25.4 cm 145 illustrations
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Andy Warhol: Prints From the Collections of Jordan D. Schnitzer and his Family Foundation Edited by Carolyn Vaughn
£45.00 ISBN 978 0 692 764473 April 184pp 31.2 x 24.1 cm 280 illustrations
Warhol’s prints are recognized now as a prescient forerunner of today’s hyper-sophisticated, hyper-saturated and hyper-accelerated visual culture. Andy Warhol Prints includes approximately 250 of Warhol’s prints and ephemera, including iconic silkscreen prints of Campbell’s soup cans and Marilyn Monroe. Organized chronologically and by series, it establishes the range of Warhol’s innovative graphic production as it evolved over the course of four decades, with a particular focus on Warhol’s use of different printmaking techniques. Carolyn Vaughn writes widely on art.
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Adman Warhol Before Pop Edited by Nicholas Chambers With the backdrop of 1950s New York and its burgeoning advertising industry, Adman focuses on the formative years of one of the 20th century’s most influential artists, Andy Warhol. More than 150 illustrations – including rare drawings and photographs, vintage advertisements, artist books, photographs and archival material – and essays by Warhol scholars provide surprising insights into the beginning of Warhol’s career, from his award-winning work as a commercial illustrator through to his first, little-known exhibitions. Nicholas Chambers is senior curator at the Art Gallery of New South Wales.
£40.00 ISBN 978 1 741 741308 May 240pp 26.0 x 21.0 cm Over 150 illustrations
Art Gallery of New South Wales and The Andy Warhol Museum £35.00 978 1 741 741100
Leila Davies Singelis (USA, 1927–2016) Making the rounds, 1950 reprinted 1994 gelatin silver print The Andy Warhol Museum, Pittsburgh, gift of Leila Davies Singelis 19126.96.36.199 © Estate of Leila Davies Singelis
O’Keeffe, Preston, Cossington Smith: Making Modernism Edited by Lesley Harding and Denise Mimmocchi
£30.00 Paperback ISBN 978 1 921 330537 March 216pp 26.0 x 21.0 cm Over 120 illustrations
Art Gallery of New South Wales and Heide Museum of Modern Art
Margaret Preston Western Australian gum blossom 1928 Art Gallery of New South Wales, Sydney
This book brings fresh perspectives on the works of celebrated modernists Georgia O’Keeffe, Margaret Preston and Grace Cossington Smith, illuminating some of the artistic and cultural parallels and common themes between American and Australian modernism while exploring each artist’s unique contribution to international developments of modernism. While the artists developed highly individual styles, they are connected by their choice of subject, their experimentation with light, colour and form, and their commitment to presenting alternative ways of seeing the world. In considering their similarities and distinctions, this book will bring a deeper understanding of modernism’s dispersal and reinvention as it developed beyond the metropolitan wellspring of Europe. Lesley Harding is a curator at Heide Museum of Modern Art. Denise Mimmocchi is a curator in Australian art at the Art Gallery of New South Wales.
Grace Cossington Smith The Bridge in building 1929–30 National Gallery of Australia, Canberra
Art from Milingimbi Taking Memories Back Cara Pinchbeck with Lindy Allen and Louise Hamby Drawn from a collection held at the Art Gallery of New South Wales, this volume includes 62 bark paintings produced in the 1950s, as well as woven forms, paperbark objects, carved wooden figures and feathered body ornamentation. Together with essays on the artists, art and history of Milingimbi, and historic and contemporary photographs, this book provides readers with a unique insight into the artists, their culture and their connectedness to place. Cara Pinchbeck is curator of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander art at the Art Gallery of New South Wales. Lindy Allen is senior curator, Anthropology in the Humanities Department at Museum Victoria, and Louise Hamby is a research fellow in the Department of Archaeology and Anthropology.
£25.00 Paperback ISBN 978 1 741 741285 January 148pp 23.0 x 18.0 cm Over 124 illustrations
The Art Gallery of New South Wales £25.00 Paperback 978 1 741 741032
£29.95 Flexibound 978 1 741 740875
£35.00 Paperback 978 1 741 741056
© Binyinyuwuy Estate. Licensed by Aboriginal Artists Agency Ltd, Sydney
Fahrelnissa Zeid Painter of Inner Worlds Adila Laïdi-Hanieh
£19.95 ISBN 978 1 908 970312 June 240pp 23.0 x 15.2 cm c. 90 illustrations
Coinciding with a touring Tate exhibition of her work, this book is the first biography of the Turkish artist Princess Fahrelnissa Zeid (1901–91). A prominent member of the 1950s École de Paris abstract art movement, and praised by André Breton and André Malraux, she was also one of the first women to exhibit at London’s ICA. Her powerfully distinctive and energetic works reflect her conception of art as a ceaseless forward quest, driven by a spiritual inner need, to produce painterly renditions of cosmic journeys and psychic universes. Record-breaking sales at Bonham’s and Christie’s in 2012 and 2013 established Zeid as the best-selling Middle Eastern female artist. This book – which covers both her extraordinary peripatetic life and the evolution of her practice, as well as her reinvention in her eighties as a teacher – redefines her for the contemporary reader as one of the most important female modernists of the 20th century. Dr Adila Laïdi-Hanieh has a PhD in Cultural Studies from George Mason University in Virginia, USA. A former painting student of Fahrelnissa Zeid, she now writes and lectures frequently on contemporary art of the Middle East.
Gillian Ayres Foreword by Andrew Marr Martin Gayford and David Cleaton-Roberts This beautifully produced volume is the definitive monograph on an artist described by contributor Andrew Marr as ‘probably the finest abstract painter alive in Britain’. Now in her late eighties, Gillian Ayres has been celebrated for more than six decades for her use of vibrant colour and bold forms to create exuberant compositions full of movement and energy. Unconventional in life and in work, she has forged her own individual path regardless of fashion or opinion. Coinciding with a major retrospective at the National Museum Wales in Cardiff, this book spans her long career, from her student days to the most recent works. It includes all of her major paintings, and a dedicated section on her substantial body of prints. It also features many previously unpublished photographs of the artist in the studio and at home and other ephemera, making the book the complete word on this acclaimed and original artist’s life and work.
£45.00 ISBN 978 1 908 970305 April 384pp 30.5 x 27.5 cm 320 illustrations
Andrew Marr is a broadcaster and journalist. His many books include The Making of Modern Britain and A History of the World. Martin Gayford is art critic for the Spectator. He is the acclaimed author of many books, including – with David Hockney – A History of Pictures. David Cleaton-Roberts is a director of the Alan Cristea Gallery.
Tatsuo Miyajima Rachel Kent, Mami Kataoka, Sunjung Kim and Nobuko Nakano
£40.00 ISBN 978 1 921 034862 April 224pp 27.0 x 21.5 cm 187 illustrations
The Museum of Contemporary Art, Australia
Tatsuo Miyajima is one of Japan’s leading contemporary artists, known for his immersive and technologically-driven sculptures and installations. Central to his practice are numerical counters that count from 1 to 9 repeatedly using light-emitting diodes (LEDs), then go dark momentarily. For Miyajima, the cyclical repetition of numbers, along with the shift from light to dark, reflect the importance of time. He draws inspiration from Buddhist philosophy, with its exploration of mortality and human cycles of death and renewal. This book accompanies ‘Connect with Everything’, Miyajima’s first major survey exhibition in the Southern Hemisphere. It encompasses key sculptures and installations from the beginnings of his career to the present, as well as video and performance works which have expanded his object-based practice over time. Rachel Kent is Chief Curator at the Museum of Contemporary Art, Australia.
Brian Eno: Light Music Brian Eno and Michael Bracewell This book accompanies Brian Eno’s recent installation ‘Light Music’ at the Paul Stolper Gallery in London. ‘Light Music’ used lightboxes to seamlessly phase through an infinite combination of seductive self-generated ‘colourscapes’ with a series of interwoven LED lights, each accompanied by a unique musical composition. Alongside the light works were two lenticular pieces, ‘Center Decenter’ and ‘Tender Divisor’, which used a medium by which lenses gave his printed image the illusion of both depth and the sense of animation. Here, numerous variations of the light pieces and lenticulars are reproduced together to create an artwork in itself, published for the first time in volume form. The works are accompanied by two specially commissioned essays by the artist and renowned critic and writer, Michael Bracewell. This large format book is in itself a masterclass in the power of sound and vision. Brian Eno is an English musician, composer, record producer and visual artist known as one of the principal innovators of ambient music and generative painting. Michael Bracewell is the author of six novels and three works of non-fiction, including Perfect Tense and England Is Mine.
£45.00 ISBN 978 0 955 215490 April 96pp 30.0 x 30.0 cm 90 illustrations
Paul Stolper Limited edition of 1,500, each copy individually numbered
‘I have been trying to slow music down so it becomes more like painting, and to animate paintings so they become more like music’ Brian Eno 27
On Kawara: 1966 Tommy Simoens and Jonathan Watkins
£40.00 ISBN 978 9 491 819292 April 176pp 26.0 x 23.5 cm 120 illustrations
On Kawara (1932–2014) is seen as one of the most important and most radical artists of our time. His art is consumed with time and place, concepts that he used to try and map out the meaning of human existence. On Kawara: 1966 focuses on Kawara’s creations from 1966, the year he began his world-famous date paintings: small paintings on which he inscribed, in white letters and numerals on a monochromatic background, the exact date of the painting’s creation. If a painting wasn’t complete by midnight, it was destroyed. The TODAY series, as the entire collection is called, comprises some 2,000 date paintings created in more than 100 different cities. The artist used a folder to record the days on which he created a painting plus its format, alongside a smear of the paint he used and the newspaper headlines for that day. The folder in which he documented his 1966 creations is fully portrayed in On Kawara: 1966. In 2015, Kawara’s date paintings from 1966 were displayed in the Dhondt-Dhaenens Museum in Deurle. This was the artist’s last project before his death in 2014. Jonathan Watkins is the Director of the Ikon Gallery in Birmingham, United Kingdom.
Sophie Calle: True Stories 5th edition, with new content Sophie Calle First published in French in 1994, quickly acclaimed as a photobook classic and since republished and enhanced, True Stories returns for the fifth time, gathering a series of short autobiographical texts and photos by Sophie Calle, this time with four new tales. One of the 21st century’s foremost artists, Calle here offers up her own story – childhood, marriage, sex, death – with brilliant humour, insight and pleasure. Sophie Calle creates controversial works exploring the tensions between the observed, the reported, the secret and the unsaid. She has exhibited internationally, and represented France at the Venice Biennale in 2007. £17.00 ISBN 978 2 330 060404 April 112pp 19.0 x 10.0 cm 51 illustrations
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Torti Gallas + Partners Architects of Community John Francis Torti, Thomas M. Gallas and Cheryl A. O’Neill Forewords by Andrés Duany and Elizabeth Plater-Zyberk
£45.00 ISBN 978 0 865 653368 March 320pp 30.5 x 25.4 cm Over 400 illustrations
Passionate about designing buildings and neighbourhoods that quietly transform the urban environment, Torti Gallas is committed to improving the living conditions of distressed communities throughout the USA and around the world. Combining the disciplines of architecture, planning and urban design into a single practice, they have created a practice devoted to designing and creating the type of housing that brings catalytic change to urban neighbourhoods. Their residential commissions are not the ‘one-offs’ of elite houses, but the multiple housing forms – mixed-use apartment buildings, rowhouses, single-family homes – that comprise the fabric of a city. Torti Gallas’s architectural work is presented here in three main chapters: Buildings, Neighbourhoods and Places. These include a total of sixty built projects, as well as a sampling of current work. John Francis Torti, FAIA, is President of Torti Gallas + Partners; Thomas M. Gallas, CPA, is its CEO; and Cheryl A. O’Neill, AICP, is a Principal and Urban Designer at the company.
Peter Salter: Walmer Yard Peter Salter, Peter Beardsell, Mark Dorrian and Niall McLaughlin Photographs by Hélène Binet Peter Salter is an architect and teacher whose work has influenced several generations of students. Walmer Yard, in Notting Hill, is his first residential project in the UK and one of only a small number of buildings he has completed worldwide. Although modest in scale, the project is extraordinary in many ways. On an irregularly shaped site, Salter’s design brings four houses into a complex relationship with each other, half-formal, half-familiar, interdependent yet solitary. Similarly, the relations among the core team who developed the design are more nuanced than in most architectural projects, since they all met at the Architectural Association in Peter Salter’s unit, where Crispin Kelly (the client) and Fenella Collingridge (Peter’s current collaborator) were student contemporaries. This book documents the project with Peter Salter’s original pen-and-ink drawings and Hélène Binet’s extraordinary photographs.
£45.00 ISBN 978 1 911 422075 May 120pp 26.0 x 30.0 cm 180 illustrations
Mark Dorrian holds the Forbes Chair in Architecture at the University of Edinburgh. Peter Beardsell taught at Chelsea College of Art and Design, in Interior and Spatial Design. Niall McLaughlin is an award-winning architect. Hélène Binet’s photographs have been widely published and exhibited.
Mies van der Rohe Montage. Collage Edited by Andreas Beitin, Wolf Eiermann, Brigitte Franzen. Texts by Andreas Beitin, Barry Bergdoll, Lena Büchel, Wolf Eiermann, Brigitte Franzen, Dietrich Neumann, Holger Otten, Lutz Robbers, Martino Stierli, Adrian Sudhalter
£38.00 ISBN 978 3 960 980537 April c. 280pp 28.0 x 23.0 cm c. 200 colour illustrations
Influenced by Dada, Constructivism and De Stijl, between 1910 and 1965 Ludwig Mies van der Rohe created numerous montages and collages, all of which perfectly illustrate the design principles of his architecture. These works, most of them large-format, are far more than merely sketches bolstering his creative process as an architect: they are fascinating works of art in their own right, and demonstrate Mies van der Rohe’s structural vision in its purest form. Their abrupt changes of viewpoint, freedom from perspective, place and time, their montage of found elements and aesthetic focus on mixed media place him in the same historical context as artists and experimental filmmakers such as Kurt Schwitters, Theo van Doesburg, Hans Richter and Laszlo Moholy-Nagy.
Top This and Other Parables of Design Selected Writings by Phil Patton Introduction by Edward Tufte • Foreword by Caroline Baumann Published to coincide with a memorial for the late design writer Phil Patton, this is a compilation of 38 of his incisive and witty essays on design. Punctuated by images of ideas and lists from notebooks he carried everywhere, Top This and Other Parables of Design is an intimate and portable companion for those who choose to always have a witty, informed friend around. Caroline Baumann is the Director of Cooper Hewitt, Smithsonian Design Museum. Edward Tufte is a statistician and professor emeritus of political science, statistics, and computer science at Yale University.
£12.95 Paperback ISBN 978 1 942 303152 January 296pp 17.8 x 11.4 cm 50 illustrations
Cooper Hewitt £30.00 978 0 910 503747
‘His insight takes the reader beyond the object to an understanding of its broadest sociological context’ Chee Pearlman, i-D Magazine
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Alcohol Soviet Anti-Alcohol Posters Damon Murray and Stephen Sorrell • Essay by Alexei Plutser-Sarno
£19.95 ISBN 978 0 993 191152 April 248pp 20.0 x 12.0 cm 260 illustrations
Alcohol presents an exhaustive collection of previously unpublished, rare graphic Soviet anti-alcohol posters. It includes examples from the 1960s through to the 1980s, but focuses on those produced during the Mikhail Gorbachev campaign initiated in 1985. These posters attempted to sober up the Soviet citizen by presenting the anti-alcohol message in the most graphic terms. They depicted drunks literally trapped inside the bottle or being strangled by ‘the green snake’. Their protagonists are paralytic freeloaders and shirkers who drive under the influence, they are violent, black-marketeers and desperate cologne drinkers… A two-part essay by Alexei Plutser-Sarno explains, from a Russian perspective, the reasons behind this phenomenon. The eye-catching lenticular motion cover illustration depicts alcohol pouring into a glass head and the title changes from the English ALCOHOL into cyrillic Russian. Ideal for your friends and family who like a drink! Damon Murray and Stephen Sorrell have been publishing books on Soviet visual culture since 2004, with the release of the first Russian Criminal Tattoo Encyclopaedia.
Master Works Rare and Beautiful Chess Sets of the World Edited by Dylan McClain Chess, one of the world’s most popular games, has inspired artists for hundreds of years. Though apparently offering a limited canvas – each set has 32 pieces, each board 64 squares – sets have nevertheless been designed in countless ways, using almost every imaginable material: from precious metals, to ivory and rock crystal. This book brings together some of the most beautiful and unusual chess sets ever made. Over hundreds of years, from five continents, they include 200 year-old sets made by nameless Indian craftsmen; sets by Peter Carl Fabergé; sets from Soviet gulag prisoners; and sets by leading artists of the 20th century, like Max Ernst. Each set has been specially photographed for this book, with insights provided by an exceptional group of experts: Dr. George Dean, Jon Crumiller, Larry List and Will Wiles, with an introduction by the book’s editor, Dylan Leob McClain. Dylan McClain wrote a chess column for the New York Times for over a decade before becoming an editor of World Chess, the company that organizes the World Chess Championship matches. He is a master level player.
£34.95 ISBN 978 0 993 191169 February 232pp 26.0 x 20.0 cm 150 illustrations
Oscar Heyman The Jewelers’ Jeweler Yvonne J. Markowitz and Elizabeth Hamilton
£30.00 ISBN 978 0 878 468362 April 128pp 23.5 x 20.3 cm 120 illustrations
Since its founding in 1912, Oscar Heyman & Brothers has created fabulous jewels for some of the world’s elite houses, causing it to be known in the trade as ‘the jewelers’ jeweler.’ Enhanced with dazzling photographs of new and vintage pieces, as well as design drawings from the firm’s archives that are works of art in their own right, this book reveals as never before the firm’s important role in the story of high-style American jewelry. Yvonne J. Markowitz is the Rita J. Kaplan and Susan B. Kaplan Curator Emerita of Jewelry, Museum of Fine Arts, Boston. Elizabeth Hamilton is an independent writer and researcher and a graduate of Parsons the New School for Design/Cooper Hewitt National Design Museum.
Museum of Fine Arts, Boston
£12.95 Paperback 9780878468119
Photograph copyright 2015 Tiffany & Co. Archives.
Van Cleef & Arpels The Art & Science of Gems Text and contributions by Alvin Pang, Laurence Mouillefarine, Bérénice Geoffroy-Schneiter, Adriano Davoli, Timothy Adams, Vivienne Becker, Alberto Cavalli, Laurence Benaïm and François Farges Essential for those who love and lust after jewelry design, this eminently covetable volume celebrates the Van Cleef & Arpels style. This comprehensive monograph is lavishly illustrated with meticulous photographs by Patrick Gries, its pages filled with sparkling chalcedony, cornelian, rubies, emeralds and coloured diamonds, beautifully set off and enhanced by the jeweler’s designs. It is organized thematically around categories such as ‘Abstractions’, ‘Couture’, ‘Nature’ and ‘Icons’, and additionally features some of the legendary stones from the annals of the house’s history, such as the ‘Blue Princess’ sapphire and the ‘Walska Briolette Diamond’ brooch. Essays throughout offer context and highlight the full extent of the jeweler’s art. The authors are a distinguished mix of art historians, fashion world luminaries and gemologists.
£50.00 ISBN 978 2 365 110983 Available 296pp 32.0 x 22.0 cm 136 illustrations
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The Seven Moods of Craft Beer 350 Great Craft Beers from Around the World Adrian Tierney-Jones
ÂŁ12.99 flexibound ISBN 978 0 957 471788 May 224pp 19.8 x 14.0 cm 350 illustrations
This is arguably the most exciting time ever in the world of beer. Celebrating the best of current brewing and beer culture around the world, this book brings together the best 350 craft beers and then divides them into seven imaginative categories, each associated with a different mood: social, adventurous, poetic, bucolic, imaginative, gastronomic and contemplative. Alongside descriptions and handdrawn artwork of each beer, there is a wealth of useful information, such as the best American bars, the best beer festivals, the classic books to read, the best rural pubs in the UK, and the principles of matching beer with food. Finally, at the back of the book there is a section for adding your own personal tasting notes. A new and original pocket beer guide. Adrian Tierney-Jones is an award-winning beer journalist. His writing appears in The Daily Telegraph, Sunday Times Travel Magazine and Beer, amongst others. His books include 1001 Beers You Must Try Before You Die (editor), Great British Pubs, Britainâ€™s Beer Revolution, Brewing Champions and the forthcoming anthology of beer-writing Beer, In So Many Words. He is Chair of Judges for the World Beer Awards.
Timeless Style Dressing Well for the Rest of Your Life Anna Harvey For the high-spending, full-living baby boomer generation, dressing well is as important as ever – after all, if 50 is the new 30, then 60 is the new 40. But – much as the baby boomers might wish to avoid the facts – different ages bring different dressing conundrums. No-one wants to be thought of mutton dressed as lamb, but neither do they want to look like mutton dressed as more mutton. The good news is that it IS possible to be well-dressed, stylish – and happy. Timeless Style will show you how, and its author, Vogue’s Anna Harvey, who advised Diana, Princess of Wales on styling, will be the perfect guide. She is authoritative, direct, helpful, sympathetic and positive. Timeless Style covers such essentials as what to wear to suit your shape; how to disguise the bits you don’t like and show off the bits you do; what to spend money on, what to save money on – and much, much more. Timeless Style’s subtitle is Dressing Well for the Rest of Your Life. When you’ve read it, you’ll long to go shopping again.
£18.95 Flexibound ISBN 978 0 957 150096 Available 160pp 21.8 x 18.0 cm Illustrated throughout
Anna Harvey is one of the most influential voices in women’s fashion, not only domestically but internationally. She has been Deputy Editor and Editorial Director of British Vogue, and launched Vogue in Russia, India and Greece.
Animal Vegetable Mineral Organising Nature: A Picture Album Wellcome Collection • Introduction by Tim Dee
£12.99 ISBN 978 0 957 028593 Available 112pp 18.4 x 12.7 cm c. 70 illustrations
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Animal Vegetable Mineral celebrates the beauty and strangeness of the very early ‘infographics’, charts and ordering systems devised in an age that transformed how we see and understand nature. These are the tools created by pioneering European naturists, artists, housewives and explorers in the 18th and 19th centuries, in an attempt to better understand (and control) a teeming and shifting natural world: the original big data challenge. In a collision of science, art and imagination, these images and objects range from intricate specimen illustrations, taxonomy charts and animal distribution maps, to lavish colour dictionaries and more. Together, they attest to the deeply human desire to order and identify the world around us – and a restless quest to find our own place in it. Wellcome Collection is London’s free destination for the incurably curious. Tim Dee is a BBC radio producer and the author of The Running Sky and Four Fields, and co-editor of The Poetry of Birds.
Atget Postcards of a Lost Paris Benjamin Weiss Eugène Atget is best known as a chronicler of a romantic, if disappearing, Paris around the turn of the 20th century. This book presents a series of postcards depicting Paris’s petits métiers, or little trades, exploring another side to Atget’s oeuvre. More or less Atget’s only published works during his lifetime, the postcards capture the ephemeral nature of life in the city and are part of a long tradition of depicting skilled tradespeople plying their wares. In them, Atget presents the market stands, the odd jobs, the cobbled together shops, and the informal entertainment that gave Paris its piquancy and eternally renewing liveliness. Benjamin Weiss is Director of Collections and Leonard A. Lauder Curator of Visual Culture at the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston.
£15.00 ISBN 978 0 878 468447 May 136pp 21.6 x 15.8 cm 100 illustrations
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Larry Sultan & Mike Mandel: Evidence Essays by Sandra Phillips and Robert Forth
£32.00 ISBN 978 1 942 884149 April 92pp 22.9 x 24.8 cm 86 illustrations
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In 1977, Larry Sultan and Mike Mandel sifted through thousands of photographs in the files of hundreds of American government agencies and other educational, medical and technical institutions. They were looking for photographs that were made and used as transparent documents and purely objective instruments – in short, as evidence. Selecting fifty of the best, they published them in a limited-edition volume titled Evidence. The concept for the book was clear: select photographs intended to be used as objective evidence and show that it is never that simple. Now an undisputed classic in the photo world, considered a seminal harbinger of conceptual photography, Evidence is nearly impossible to find. This reprint of DAP’s 2004 facsimile is being published in recognition of the project’s continued relevance, and contains the original book plus a newly commissioned essay by Sandra Phillips of the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art. This edition also includes a new spread of images and a group of black-and-white illustrations selected by the artists from an archive of photographs that were not included in the original book. Larry Sultan’s work blends documentary and staged photography to create images of the psychological and physical landscape of family life. Mike Mandel teaches at the School of the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston.
Raymond Depardon: Bolivia Raymond Depardon The fruits of five different trips to Bolivia between 1997 and 2015, the photographs in this book reveal a timeless Bolivia, where the rural and indigenous populations live primarily from the land. Raymond Depardon’s black-and-white photography highlights the harsh beauty of the landscape, the ravaged faces of the peasants, the omnipresent silhouettes of women, and the magic of ancestral traditions. From the desert plains of Salar d’Uyuni and the mountain village of Tarabuco, to the serenity of Lake Titicaca, Raymond Depardon takes us on a journey filled with humanity, culminating in the discovery of Vallegrande, in the footsteps of Che Guevara, whose image has had a lasting and profound impact on the collective memory. Raymond Depardon is a Pulitzer prize-winning photographer, photojournalist and documentary filmmaker.
£32.00 ISBN 978 2 869 251304 May 144pp 20.0 x 29.0 cm 75 illustrations
Fondation Cartier pour l’art contemporain
GB Vol. 1–4 Gao Bo Comprising four slipcased volumes, this is the first retrospective publication on the great contemporary Chinese artist, Gao Bo. Shedding much light on Gao Bo’s photography, installations and projects, it is released to coincide with the most important and complete exhibition of the artist’s work to date, which opens at the Maison Européenne de la Photographie in Paris at the end of February 2017.
£52.00 Slipcased paperbacks ISBN 978 8 869 657191 April 824pp 27.5 x 22.0 cm 500 illustrations
Gao Bo (b. 1964) is a noted Chinese photographer, perhaps most renowned for his work on Tibet. He is also an exhibition curator, and is involved in design and architecture projects. A member of the Chinese Society of Photographers, as well as a founding member and president of the China Heritage Society and of the VU agency in France, the artist publishes in the leading international magazines. Gao Bo won first prize in China’s National Photography Contest in 1986, and a UNESCO-Germany award for the ‘world’s most beautiful book’. Between 1996 and 2000s, his exhibition Gao Bo Photo Tibet: 1933-1995 was shown in FNAC photo galleries around the world.
Harraga Giulio Piscitelli • Edited by Giulia Tornari After the Arab Spring in early 2011, Giulio Piscitelli went to Tunisia to photograph the refugee camp of Choucha. There he met a smuggler and decided to join Tunisian migrants as they took to sea in search of a decent life. His images document the long waits before departure (spent in apartments managed by local mafia gangs who profit from the smuggling of migrants), the boat ride, the arrival in Lampedusa. An arrival, though, that does not signal the end of the journey. This reportage is the first to document what awaits the migrants – or ‘Harraga’, as they call themselves : the CIE (Identification and Expulsion Centres), the exploitation of workers in Rosarno, the Castelvolturno fields... Harraga is a testimony to the historical period we are going through, a visual archive that leaves an indelible mark in the mind and leads us to reflect on a phenomenon that has presented ever more tragic implications over the years. Giulio Piscitelli (b. 1981) has been working as a freelance photographer since 2012, when he won a scholarship from the Magnum Foundation Emergency Fund to work on the project that led to the creation of Harraga.
£39.00 ISBN 978 8 869 652448 April 176pp 26.0 x 20.0 cm 100 illustrations
Dmitry Konradt: State and Time Dmitry Konradt, Alexander Kan and Lev Lurie
£30.00 ISBN 978 0 955 739484 January 144pp 27.0 x 24.0 cm 84 illustrations
White Space Gallery
Dmitry Konradt trained as a geologist and went on to become one of St Petersburg’s most famous photographers. After his celebrated black-and-white images of performers at the legendary Leningrad Rock Club, he switched to cityscapes and began working in colour in the 1990s. In his work Konradt seems to recall his first profession and everything he photographs – crumbling courtyards, fire-walls, playgrounds, makeshift garages and broken tiles – looks like the stratification of multi-coloured rocks. His is a St Petersburg of calm and peace, where nothing changes apart from the seasons. This book, the first monograph on the artist, contains 59 colour and 25 duotone reproductions of his iconic photographs of such Russian underground rock bands as Aquarium, Kino and Akuzion. This beautifully designed and illustrated bilingual (English/Russian) edition also includes articles by London art critic Alexander Kan and St Petersburg historian Lev Lurie. Dmitry Konradt’s photographs have been shown all over Russia as well as at White Space in London and the Huis Marseiille Museum of Photography in Amsterdam. Alexander Kan writes widely on art. Lev Lurie is a historian.
Jens Olof Lasthein: Meanwhile Across the Mountain Pictures from the Caucasus Jens Olof Lasthein Meanwhile Across the Mountain presents Jens Olof Lasthein’s intimate, six-year project documenting the kaleidoscopic worlds that define the Caucasus. It includes the series from Abkhazia which won the Leica Oscar Barnack Award in 2010. In the Caucasus the concept of borderland gets especially vivid. Here Europe meets Asia and Islam meets Christianity; a myriad nationalities, languages and cultures live side by side. In spite of the unresolved wars and conflicts since the fall of the Soviet Union, people of the new countries and republics are still emotionally tied together by their common history. Jens Olof Lasthein’s pictures tell stories full of life from a region which is most often talked about only when bombs explode or border conflicts flare up anew.
£30.00 ISBN 978 9 171 263674 April 200pp 22.0 x 28.0 cm Illustrated throughout
Jens Olof Lasthein is a well-known Swedish photographer. His widely exhibited work covers scenes before, during and after the wars in former Yugoslavia and the areas across Europe bordering the old Iron Curtain.
Interruptions The Sápmi Volume Cooper & Gorfer
£30.00 ISBN 978 9 163 915611 January 128pp 28.5 x 22.5 cm Illustrated throughout
During a hard winter’s journey through Sápmi (AKA Lapland), artist duo Cooper & Gorfer interviewed and collaborated with Sámi women of various ages, staging and visualising their stories and circumstances. Cooper & Gorfer transformed their impressions into picturesque hybrid images; layer upon layer of symbolism and narrative blur the realism of the resulting photographs, which are at times broken into parts and rearranged into enigmatic, fragmented and exaggerated ensembles. Many of the portraits were photographed behind a sheet of glass, introducing a physical and permanent layer of disruption and interference. The theme Interruptions penetrates every aspect of this project, from the cultural and political interventions that have violated and shaped the Sámi culture, to the very personal ruptures of the women portrayed. The project allies these personal tremors with the political and cultural interruptions that still impact the Sámi identity today. Cooper & Gorfer are artists Sarah Cooper (b.1974) and Nina Gorfer (b.1979). They live and work in Gothenburg and Berlin.
Under Vancouver 1972–1982 Greg Girard David Campany Under Vancouver 1972–1982 is the first comprehensive collection of Greg Girard’s early photographs of Vancouver. The pictures form an unintended photographic record of a Vancouver that has all but disappeared, a port town at the end of the railway line filled with commercial fishing docks, cargo terminals, and bars and cafes for waterfront workers and sailors. Downtown pawn-shop windows display outboard motors, chainsaws and fishing gear. Wandering these streets, living in cheap hotels, Girard photographed the workaday (and night) world of the city where he grew up. These were made before Girard established a formal practice. They reveal an early interest in the hidden and the overlooked, the use of colour film at night, and the extended photographic inquiry of a specific place, all of which became signature features of later books such as Phantom Shanghai and Hanoi Calling. David Campany has received numerous plaudits for his photography writing, including the ICP Infinity Award, the Kraszna-Krausz Book Award, a Deutscher Fotobuchpreis, and the Royal Photographic Society’s award for writing.
£40.00 ISBN 978 1 926 856100 April 196pp 42.0 x 17.8 cm 100 illustrations
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Livraison Magazine No. 4 Open Landscape – Closed Rooms Livraison Magazine
£35.00 ISBN 978 9 197 726221 January 438pp 33.0 x 23.0 cm 237 illustrations
Livraison No 4 explores private spaces, places of memory and topographies of the mind both photographically and philosophically. It tries to unravel what a ‘place’ actually is. Is it even possible to come up with a stable formula or definition of it? Or is what we understand as ‘place’ a much more haunting, elusive entity? The mix of images and texts that appear in this issue seems to suggest the latter. But as surely as night follows day, Livraison doesn’t limit itself to one form of expression. The secret personalites of some are perfectly complemented by the secret appearances of others. In Livraison No 4, 69 photographers, including Bela Borsodi, Helmut Lang, Sølve Sundsbø, Richard Burbridge and Viviane Sassen, manifest their visions of secret identities by using masks to conceal the real identity of their objects, create a sort of dualism, erase or enhance the person behind the mask and give birth to a new identity. Livraison is a book and magazine publisher. It aims to challenge the clear-cut boundary between commerce and high art, focusing on projects and processes rather than established auteurs and icons.
Ola Rindal: Paris Ola Rindal Following on from his two sold-out books Tokyo Flowers and Night, Light, this latest body of work from photographer Ola Rindal focuses on his adopted home town, Paris. It continues Rindal’s fascination with the blind spots of the urban environment, the things that are always there but tend to escape our gaze. This Paris exists in the real world, albeit at the edge of our field of vision. Vaguely familiar but not immediately recognizable, the side of Paris that come into view here is its non-places. We may encounter these blank or blind spots in any big city. Casually and fleetingly noticing their presence we seldom pay them very much attention. In Paris, Rindal turns his camera at these spots to get a grasp of what goes on there. What he captures is the daily struggle for survival waged by the city’s poor and fallen – the human collateral chewed up and spat out by the big city machine. This beautifully produced numbered artist’s book is published in a limited edition of 666 copies. Ola Rindal is a Norwegian photographer based in Paris.
£70.00 ISBN 978 9 198 022582 March 144pp 34.0 x 23.0 cm Illustrated throughout
Metro Paris Photo Anne-Marie Garat and Julien Faure-Conorton
£38.00 ISBN 978 2 330 065911 April 408pp 29.0 x 29.0 cm 324 illustrations
From Brassaï to William Klein, here is a luxurious homage to one of the world’s most iconic subways. This ambitious work is a magnificent and charming hybrid: a history of the development of the Paris metro – long a cultural symbol of France, Art Nouveau and urban technological innovation – alongside a history of photography in Paris from the early 20th century to the present day. All genres and photographic practices are represented, from photo-journalism to street-, fashion-, architectural- and industrial photography. Many major figures of photography snapped the Paris metro, from the humanists – Doisneau, Henri-Cartier Bresson, Brassaï, Boubat, Izis, Kollar, Ronis and more – to photojournalists such as Robert Capa, William Klein, and van der Keuken, and their unforgettable work is reproduced here. Anne-Marie Garat is a French novelist. She won the Prix Femina for her novel Aden in 1992 and the prix Marguerite Audoux for her novel Les mal famées. Julien Faure-Conorton is a photography historian and curator.
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Christian Frederking Group Sales Director T 020 7845 5000 F 020 7845 5055 E firstname.lastname@example.org
T 020 7845 5000 E m.strickland@thameshudson.
Key Accounts Manager National Wholesalers T 020 7845 5000 F 020 7845 5055 E email@example.com
T 07970 450162 E firstname.lastname@example.org
Andrew Stanley Deputy Head of Group Sales T 020 7845 5000 F 020 7845 5055 E email@example.com
Northern England, Scotland and Ireland
Andrius Juknys Head of Distributed Books T 020 7845 5000 F 020 7845 5055 E firstname.lastname@example.org
T 07745 304088 E email@example.com
Wales and Southwestern Counties T 07740 768900 E firstname.lastname@example.org
Thames & Hudson Ltd Head Office 181A High Holborn London WC1V 7QX T +44 (0) 20 7845 5000 F +44 (0) 20 7845 5050 E email@example.com Trade Distribution and Accounts Littlehampton Book Services Faraday Close Durrington Worthing West Sussex BN13 3RB Customer Services +44 (0)1903 828501 Direct Order Line +44 (0)1903 828511 F +44 (0)1903 828801/02 E firstname.lastname@example.org / email@example.com All descriptions in this catalogue are correct at the time of going to press. Prices, which apply in the UK only, are net, provisional and subject to alteration without notice. For Value Added Tax (VAT) purposes, books are zero rated in the UK.
Mark Garland Manager, Distributed Books T 020 7845 5000 F 020 7845 5055 E firstname.lastname@example.org Jessica Arvidsson Distributed Sales Co-ordinator T: 020 7845 5000 F: 020 7845 5055 E: email@example.com
Actes Sud Art/Books The Art Gallery of New South Wales Circa Press Contrasto Cooper Hewitt Distributed Art Publishers Double-Barrelled Books Eight Books Fondation Cartier pour l’art contemporain FUEL The Guggenheim Museum Walther König Livraison Ludion Magenta Foundation The Museum of Contemporary Art Australia The Museum of Fine Arts, Boston The Museum of Modern Art, New York Seek AB Paul Stopler Max Ström Vendome Press The Wellcome Collection White Space Gallery