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PERSONAL RECOLLECTIONS OF VINCENT VAN GOGH

Written by Van Gogh, Elisabeth Duqesne
Rejected in their day by painters, critics, and collectors, the visions of Vincent Van Gogh now rank among the most beloved and influential works in the history of Western art. The artist sold only a single painting in his lifetime, despite an abundant oeuvre of more than 2,000 artworks.
February 24, 2017 | Paperback | Dover Publications | 112 Pages |
$8.95

DECOLONIZING NATURE / CONTEMPORARY ART AND THE POLITICS OF ECOLOGY

Written by Demos, Thomas J
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March 26, 2019 | Paperback | Sternberg Press | 296 Pages |
$26.00

BRUTALIST READINGS: ESSAYS ON LITERATURE

Written by Millar, John Douglas
In Cultural Revolution, Amsterdam-based historian and critic Sven Lu?tticken (b. 1971) looks at art and other forms of aesthetic practice in the context of our rapidly expanding and transforming cultural sphere.
September 4, 2015 | Paperback | Sternberg Press | 188 Pages |
$25.00

WHAT EVER HAPPENED TO NEW INSTITUTIONALISM?

Its 2011, late summer. All over Europe, young people are occupying central public squares to demonstrate for more social justice. But in Berlin, their agenda is different. As the Completists gather at Alexanderplatz, it turns out that they aspire for justice primarily on an intimate, sexual level.
April 1, 2016 | Hardcover | Sternberg Press | 192 Pages |
$30.00

MAKING & UNMAKING

Written by Higgie, Jennifer
From Bauhaus jewelry and West African textiles to contemporary portraiture and sculpture, this unique exhibition and accompanying full color catalog curated by celebrated fashion designer/curator Duro Olowu (b. 1965) explores the rituals of making that underpin an artists work.
June 1, 2016 | Paperback | Ridinghouse | 112 Pages |
$32.00

GIACOMETTI-NAUMAN

Written by Storr, Robert
Alberto Giacometti (19011966) and Bruce Nauman (b. 1941) both lived during times of cultural crisis and turmoilGiacometti experiencing the crippling effects of two world wars and Nauman, the birth of the Cold War, surveillance and the rise of technology.
October 26, 2016 | Paperback | Snoeck Publishing Company | 184 Pages |
$60.00

DUVEEN: THE STORY OF THE MOST SPECTACULAR ART DEALER OF ALL TIME

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Paperback |
$19.95

GROOVY BOB: THE LIFE AND TIMES OF ROBERT FRASER

Written by Vyner, Harriet
Acclaimed on first publication, Harriet Vyner's Groovy Bob is the cult biography of hedonistic gallery owner Robert Fraser and a dazzling evocation of 1960s culture and counter-culture. Taste-maker, heroin addict and promiscuous homosexual, Fraser astonished London with the artists he introduced: Andy Warhol, Peter Blake, Claes Oldenburg, Keith Haring and Jean-Michel Basquiat.
June 15, 2017 | Paperback | Heni Publishers | 384 Pages |
$16.00

CAVE ART

Written by David, Bruno
Deep underground, some of humanity's earliest artistic endeavors have lain untouched for millennia. The dark interiors of caves, wherever they may be found, seem to have had a powerful draw for ancient peoples, who littered the cave floors with objects they had made.
February 28, 2017 | Paperback | Thames & Hudson | 216 Pages |
$24.95

LINES OF THOUGHT: DRAWING FROM MICHELANGELO TO NOW

Written by Seligman, Isabel
Lines of Thought uncovers the process and practice of drawing, illustrated by a selection of work created over 500 years.
January 31, 2017 | Paperback | Thames & Hudson | 128 Pages |
$24.95

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