Art Monographs

BART LODEWIJKS RIO DE JANEIRO DRAWINGS

Written by Lodewijks, Bart.
The Work Of Dutch Artist Bart Lodewijks Takes Him Out Of The Studio And Into The City, Its Streets And Neighbourhoods. His Enigmatic Yet Beautiful Repetitions Of Straight Chalk Lines, Drawn Using A Spirit Level On Walls, Buildings, Stairways, And Sidewalks, Are A Fleeting Testament To The Challenges And Interactions The Artist Experiences During His Working Process.
January 1, 1970 | Paperback | Roma Publications |
$26.00

CHEN ZHEN: WITHOUT GOING TO NEW YORK AND PARIS, LIFE COULD BE INTERNATIONALIZED

Chen Zhen (1955-2000) is largely recognized as one of the most important artists of the global art scene. His work thrived from his singular and intense life experience of migrating and working across different continents and cultures.
April 1, 2016 | Hardcover | Sternberg Press | 240 Pages |
$45.00

BILLY SULLIVAN: STILL, LOOKING. WORKS 1969-2016.

Written by Billy Sullivan
Since the early 1970s Billy Sullivan has accompanied New York's underground, art and fashion scenes with his camera, using the resultant photographic material as templates for oil paintings, pastel drawings and elaborate multi-part slideshow installations.
June 21, 2016 | Hardcover | Patrick Frey Edition | 296 Pages |
$65.00

JOSEPHINE MECKSEPER: 10 MINUTES AFTER

Written by Meckseper, Josephine
For the last two decades, Josephine Meckseper's practice has interrogated politics, capitalism, and art history through the juxtapositions of images and objects.
April 1, 2016 | Paperback | Sternberg Press | 96 Pages |
$32.00

MARTIN CREED

Written by Tabor, Jurgen
Art, an emotional pieceIn 2015, Martin Creed realized a range of site-specific installations for the Kunstverein Heilbronn in the six large halls of the Kunsthalle Vogelman; the following year he did an equally site-specific presentation at Taxispalais in Innsbruck. These exhibitions were both premieres, in Germany as well as in Austria.
April 16, 2017 | Paperback | Snoeck Publishing Company | 216 Pages |
$45.00
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ROBERT COUTELAS: I SEEK THE SMALL GLODEN HAND

It is hard not to be moved by the raw, poignant images crafted by outsider artist Robert Coutelas (Paris, 19301985). Though trained as a stonemason and painter, Coutelas quickly rejected the art world of the 1960s, electing to live and work in poverty.
August 14, 2017 | Paperback | Nohara | 224 Pages |
$49.95
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MODERN LIFE

The modern world is at once exciting, complicated, ridiculous, confusing, and tedious, but ever changing and always fascinating. Based on his keen observations of daily life from his unique perspective, French artist Jean Jullien uncovers the humor and simple beauty that exists in the people, places, and things that surround him.
October 15, 2016 | Hardcover | Te Neues Publishing Company | 160 Pages |
$35.00
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HOCKNEY'S PICTURES

Written by Hockney, David
A stunning, lively volume charting almost fifty years of an extraordinary artist's creativity across a range of media, Hockney's Pictures is the definitive retrospective of one of the most popular artists of the twentieth century.
January 10, 2017 | Paperback | Thames & Hudson | 368 Pages |
$34.95
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HELAINE BLUMENFELD - HENRY MOORE: A DIALOGUE, 1985-2015

Written by Bowman, Robert
Both Blumenfeld and Moore are radical pioneers in carving who have each evolved their own distinctive vocabularies of form. 2015 marked the 30th anniversary of their seminal joint exhibition, A British Dialogue: From Perry Green to Cambridge, at the Alex Rosenburg Gallery, New York.
November 1, 2016 | Paperback | Bowman Sculpture | 76 Pages |
$24.95

RODIN: IN PRIVATE HANDS

Written by Hignell, Abby
Published to accompany the exhibition of the same name in 2014, Rodin: In Private Hands is a selection of works by Rodin curated by the Bowman Gallery. These pieces range from single figures, couples and groups to isolated torsos, heads and hands—very few have been seen in public before. Richly illustrated with 227 color photographs of rare pieces never before seen in public, and with an introduction by Robert Bowman and a foreword by Professor David Ekserdjian, this book will be a delight to anyone with an appreciation for Rodin, modern sculpture or the human figure. Remarkably few sculptors are household names, but Rodin is unquestionably one of the happy few. He is also by far and away the most celebrated and best loved sculptor of the 19th century. His works have become icons of modern art. The Kiss and The Thinker rank among the most famous images in the world, and are universally recognized even by those who have never set foot in a museum.Published to accompany the exhibition of the same name in 2014, Rodin: In Private Hands is a selection of works by Rodin curated by the Bowman Gallery. These pieces range from single figures, couples and groups to isolated torsos, heads and hands--very few have been seen in public before.
October 1, 2016 | Paperback | Bowman Sculpture | 272 Pages |
$49.95

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