Art Monographs

RODIN: PHOTOGRAPHS BY EMMANUEL BERRY

Written by Hélène Pinet
Throughout his career, Rodin maintained a special relationship with the photographic medium. He was probably one of the first artists to understand the importance of photography in order to better promote his sculptures, thus leaving in his wake a vast array of documentary images and reproductions relating to his oeuvre.
April 3, 2019 | Hardcover | Xavier Barral | 114 Pages |
$65.00

MATISSE IN THE STUDIO

The personal objects in Matisse's studio form a secret history in his art
April 1, 2017 | Hardcover |
$55.00

KERRY JAMES MARSHALL

Written by Rassel, Laurence
The most comprehensive book yet on this inspired, inventive chronicler of the African-American experience Alabama-born, Chicago-based Kerry James Marshall is one of the most exciting artists working today. Critically and commercially acclaimed, the painter is known for his representation of the history of African-American identity in Western art.
June 12, 2017 | Paperback | Phaidon Press | 160 Pages |
$49.95

ARMANDO - BETWEEN KNOWING AND UNDERSTANDING

Written by Antoon Melissen
This richly illustrated, 60-year survey links Dutch multimedia artist Armando Dirk von Doderweerd (born 1929), known as Armando, to major postwar developments in European art. Armando's painting, drawing and sculpture were part of the international artists network ZERO during the 1950s and 60s.
April 3, 2019 | Paperback | 272 Pages |
$56.50

MIRACLE !!!

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Paperback |
$41.00

BROOCH

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$31.50

UN DEUX

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Hardcover |
$41.00

LYRICAL VARIATIONS

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Hardcover |
$61.00

VINCENT VAN GOGH: THE LOST ARLES SKETCHBOOK

"The most revolutionary discovery in the entire history of Van Gogh's oeuvre. Not one drawing; not ten, not fifty, but sixty-five drawings." --Ronald Pickvance, from the Foreword
November 1, 2016 | Hardcover |
$85.00

THOMAS RAAT: ARCHETYPES AD RESIDUES

Following his first publication, An Inquiry into Meaning and Truth and More, which created an almost cult-like following, Dutch artist Thomas Raat (b. 1979) interleaves ordinary objects such as chairs, doors, mirrors and tables with excerpts from Henry Jamess The Real Thing (1892) in his second design-driven artist book, Archetypes and Residues.
July 16, 2016 | Paperback | Onomatopee | 112 Pages |
$35.00

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