Art Monographs

product image

RESILIENCE: PHILIP GUSTON IN 1971

On the pivotal year that launched Philip Guston into the final, daring decade of his career
October 22, 2019 | Paperback | Hauser & Wirth Publishers | 188 Pages |
$50.00
product image

JR: CHRONICLES

A comprehensive overview on the French artist who has transformed cities worldwide with his epic portraits of their inhabitants
November 19, 2019 | Hardcover | Maison CF/Brooklyn Museum | 240 Pages |
$44.95
product image

DAL?. THE PAINTINGS

Written by Neret, Gilles
At the age of six, Salvador Dalí (1904-1989) wanted to be a cook. At the age of seven, he wanted to be Napoleon. "Since then," he later said, "my ambition has steadily grown, and my megalomania with it.
March 10, 2020 | Hardcover | Taschen | 752 Pages |
$50.00
product image

EDWARD HOPPER: WESTERN MOTEL: EDWARD HOPPER AND CONTEMPORARY ART

American painter Edward Hopper once said, "Maybe I am not very human--what I wanted to do was to paint sunlight on the side of a house." Indeed, Hopper's canvases delineate a new physics of Modern public space, in which the zones between people are not charged with responsiveness (affection, animosity, attraction) but with absolute indifference.
June 1, 2009 | Hardcover | Moderne Kunst Verlag Fur |
$75.00
product image

DAN COLEN: HIGH NOON

This book celebrates two new performance pieces and a recent body of paintings by the artist, drawing on desert landscapes, Road Runner cartoons, and Hollywood Westerns. Bursting with full-color plates and performance stills suffused in a rich desert palette, this volume was published on the occasion of an exhibition of new paintings by Dan Colen and the accompanying premiere of two per
April 21, 2020 | Hardcover | Gagosian / Rizzoli | 104 Pages |
$80.00
product image

NATE LOWMAN: NEVER REMEMBER

Published on the occasion of Nate Lowman's first exhibition with Gagosian, a survey of the artist's paintings known as Maps. "It's very Pop, the shape--as Pop as Mickey Mouse." This is how artist Nate Lowman describes the map of the United States, the subject of the 22 paintings that are the focus of this volume.
February 25, 2020 | Hardcover | Gagosian / Rizzoli | 72 Pages |
$100.00
product image

PITTURA/PANORAMA: PAINTINGS BY HELEN FRANKENTHALER, 1952-1992

This lavishly illustrated book offers a detailed look at the evolution of Helen Frankenthaler's sumptuous evocations of the natural world in paintings spanning forty years. Famous as the inventor of the "soak-stain" technique that ushered in Color Field painting in the mid-twentieth century, Helen Frankenthaler (1928-2011) continued to create powerful, original abstractions throughout h
February 4, 2020 | Hardcover | Gagosian / Rizzoli | 92 Pages |
$80.00
product image

HELEN FRANKENTHALER: SEA CHANGE: A DECADE OF PAINTINGS, 1974-1983

This striking new book features fourteen paintings and two works on paper by renowned American abstract painter Helen Frankenthaler.
February 4, 2020 | Hardcover | Gagosian / Rizzoli | 72 Pages |
$80.00
product image

BOSCO SODI

Written by Bonet, Juan Manuel
The first comprehensive publication on Mexican-born artist Bosco Sodi, whose paintings and sculptures combine preindustrial minimalist and arte povera traditions with elements of Oaxacan and Japanese culture. Sodi has described his creative process as "controlled chaos" that makes "something completely unrepeatable and unique." In his most celebrated body of work, the artist mixes raw p
May 26, 2020 | Hardcover | Rizzoli Electa | 304 Pages |
$85.00
product image

ALMA ALLEN

Written by Allen, Alma
Called "an offspring of Brancusi and early-twentieth-century abstraction" by the Whitney Biennial, where his work was presented in 2014, Alma Allen creates sculptures that have been the critical darlings of the art-collecting set for the past decade. Painstakingly made in foraged wood, sculpted marble, and cast bronze, Alma Allen's works range in scale from minuscule to oversize.
March 24, 2020 | Hardcover | Rizzoli Electa | 224 Pages |
$65.00

New Arrivals