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CALDER: THE CONQUEST OF SPACE: THE LATER YEARS: 1940-1976

Written by Perl, Jed
The concluding volume of the first biography of one of the most important, influential, and beloved of twentieth-century sculptors, and one of the greatest artists in the cultural history of America--a vividly written, illuminating account of his triumphant later years. The final volume of this magnificent biography begins during World War II, when Calder--known to all as Sandy--and his
April 14, 2020 | Hardcover | Knopf Publishing Group | 688 Pages |
$60.00
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MAN IN THE RED COAT

Written by Barnes, Julian
From the Man Booker Prize-winning author of The Sense of an Ending--a rich, witty, revelatory tour of Belle Époque Paris, via the remarkable life story of the pioneering surgeon, Samuel Pozzi. In the summer of 1885, three Frenchmen arrived in London for a few days' intellectual shopping: a prince, a count, and a commoner with an Italian name.
February 18, 2020 | Hardcover | Knopf Publishing Group | 288 Pages |
$26.95
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JOHN CURRIN: MEN

A revealing look at the evolution of male iconography in the work of one of the foremost painters of his generation. Since raising the ire of the early-1990s arts establishment with his deliberately provocative portrayals of women, John Currin has been best known for his brazen, militantly incorrect female iconography.
February 4, 2020 | Hardcover | Gagosian / Rizzoli | 208 Pages |
$100.00
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JOAN MITCHELL: I CARRY MY LANDSCAPES AROUND WITH ME

Written by Mitchell, Joan
I carry my landscapes around with me focuses on American abstract artist Joan Mitchell's large-scale multipanel works from the 1960s through the 1990s.
March 10, 2020 | Hardcover | David Zwirner Books | 112 Pages |
$55.00
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ROSE WYLIE

Written by Wylie, Rose
Celebrated British painter Rose Wylie--whose works are at once tactile, cerebral, and humorous--often draws her in uence from a wide range of popular culture.
March 31, 2020 | Hardcover | David Zwirner Books | 76 Pages |
$35.00
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YOUNG AND EVIL: QUEER MODERNISM IN NEW YORK, 1930-1955

Written by Earnest, Jarrett
Lauded by Jerry Saltz as "one of the most reactionary yet radical visions of art," The Young and Evil tells the story of a group of artists and writers active during the first half of the twentieth century, when homosexuality was as problematic for American culture as figuration was for modernist painting. These artists--including Paul Cadmus, Fidelma Cadmus Kirstein, Charles Hen
January 14, 2020 | Hardcover | David Zwirner Books | 160 Pages |
$65.00
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BOWIE: STARDUST, RAYGUNS, & MOONAGE DAYDREAMS

Written by Horton, Steve
Inspired by the one and only superhero, extraterrestrial, and rock and roll deity in history, BOWIE: Stardust, Rayguns, & Moonage Daydreams is the original graphic memoir of the great Ziggy Stardust! In life, David Bowie was one of the most magnetic icons of modern pop culture, seducing generations of fans with both his music and his counterculture persona.
January 7, 2020 | Hardcover | Insight Comics | 160 Pages |
$39.99
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POPE. L: SHOWING UP TO WITHHOLD

Written by The Renaissance Society at the University of Chicago
Iconoclast and artist Pope.L uses the body, sex, and race as his materials the way other artists might use paint, clay, or bronze. His work problematizes social categories by exploring how difference is marked economically, socially, and politically.
October 10, 2014 | Hardcover | University of Chicago Press | 208 Pages |
$45.00
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STRANGE PLANET

Written by Pyle, Nathan W
Straight from the mind of New York Times bestselling author Nathan W. Pyle, Strange Planet is an adorable and profound universe in pink, blue, green, and purple, based on the phenomenally popular Instagram of the same name!Strange Planet covers a full life cycle of the planet's inhabitants, including milestones such as:
November 19, 2019 | Hardcover | Morrow Gift | 144 Pages |
$14.99
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FRIDA IN AMERICA: THE CREATIVE AWAKENING OF A GREAT ARTIST

Written by Stahr, Celia
The riveting story of how three years spent in the United States transformed Frida Kahlo into the artist we know today"[An] insightful debut....Featuring meticulous research and elegant turns of phrase, Stahr's engrossing account provides scholarly though accessible analysis for both feminists and art lovers." --Publisher's Weekly
March 3, 2020 | Hardcover | St. Martin's Press | 400 Pages |
$29.99

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