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BOOKS AND IDEAS AFTER SETH SIEGELAUB

Seth Siegelaub, (b. 19412013, New York) curator, gallery owner and author is best known for his promotion of conceptual art in New York during the 1960s and 70s. Books and Ideas after Seth Siegelaub looks at the books produced by Siegelaub in the 60s and their renewed influence on artists and their publications today.
February 17, 2017 | Paperback | Sternberg Press | 128 Pages |
$26.00
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7 DAYS: MY ART LIFE

The art world and all the people it encompasses have daily lives that are structured in one way or another by art. But how is it structured? And how do they perceive any one slice of their art life? New Yorkbased Holly Crawford, the author of Critical Conversations in a Limo, invited anyone in the art world to answer the question, How would you describe seven days living within the art world?
February 17, 2017 | Paperback | AC Books | 257 Pages |
$15.00
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AFTER ANDY: ADVENTURES IN WARHOL LAND

Written by Fraser-Cavassoni, Natasha
After Andy is Natasha Fraser-Cavassoni's insider's account of working in Andy Warhol's studio and Interview magazine, and explores Warhol's impact on the art world, pop culture, society, and fashion--and how his iconic status gave rise to some of our most influential tastemakers today. Natasha Fraser-Cavassoni met Andy Warhol when she was sixteen, and then on and off over
August 1, 2017 | Hardcover | Blue Rider Press | 336 Pages |
$28.00
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KEEPING AN EYE OPEN: ESSAYS ON ART

Written by Barnes, Julian
Flaubert believed that great paintings required no words of explanation. But, as Barnes notes, it is a rare picture that stuns, or argues, us into silence. And when this does happen, we feel compelled to explain the very silence into which we have been plunged.
June 13, 2017 | Paperback | Vintage |
$20.00
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YOUNG LEONARDO: THE EVOLUTION OF A REVOLUTIONARY ARTIST, 1472-1499

Written by Brown, Christopher Heath
Provocative and original, this fresh look at Leonardo da Vinci's formative years in Florence and Milan provides a radically different scenario of how he created his signature style that would transform Western art forever. The traditional view of Leonardo da Vinci's career is that he enjoyed a promising start in Florence and then moved to Milan to become the celebrated court artist o
May 23, 2017 | Hardcover | Thomas Dunne Books | 240 Pages |
$26.99
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DREAM COLONY: A LIFE IN ART

Written by Doran, Anne
Art Forum's Best of the Year List A panoramic look at art in America in the second half of the twentieth century, through the eyes of the visionary curator who helped shape it.
June 6, 2017 | Hardcover | Bloomsbury USA | 336 Pages |
$30.00
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AT THE LIGHTNING FIELD

Written by Raicovich, Laura
Walter De Maria's "Lightning Field" is 400 stainless steel poles, positioned 220 feet apart, in the desert of central New Mexico. Over the course of several visits, it becomes, for Raicovich, a site for confounding and revealing perceptions of time, space, duration, and light; how changeable they are, while staying the same.
April 11, 2017 | Paperback | Coffee House Press | 104 Pages |
$12.95
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STREET ART

Written by Bartlett, Ed
An insider's guide to discovering the world's best urban art. From amazing wall murals to Banksy's stencils and Invader's mosaics, we showcase 140 creative hotspots across 42 cities and tell you how to find them, as well as introduce pioneering artists and interview those who shaped the movement.
April 18, 2017 | Hardcover | Lonely Planet | 224 Pages |
$19.99
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ILLUMINATING WOMEN IN THE MEDIEVAL WORLD

Written by Sciacca, Christine
When one thinks of women in the Middle Ages, the images that often come to mind are those of damsels in distress, mystics in convents, female laborers in the field, and even women of ill repute. In reality, however, medieval conceptions of womanhood were multifaceted, and women's roles were varied and nuanced.
June 20, 2017 | Hardcover | J. Paul Getty Museum |
$24.95
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LURE OF ITALY: ARTISTS' VIEWS

Written by Brooks, Julian
For centuries Italy has fascinated travelers and artists. From the crumbling ruins of ancient Rome to the crystal-clear light of Venice, artists have found inspiration not only in the cities but also in the countryside and in the deep history and culture.
May 9, 2017 | Hardcover | J. Paul Getty Museum | 96 Pages |
$19.95

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