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CHINATI: THE VISION OF DONALD JUDD

Written by Stockebrand, Marianne
A beautiful book on the famed Chinati Foundation in Marfa, Texas
March 10, 2020 | Hardcover | Yale University Press | 352 Pages |
$75.00
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VIDA AMERICANA: MEXICAN MURALISTS REMAKE AMERICAN ART, 1925-1945

Written by Haskell, Barbara
An in-depth look at the transformative influence of Mexican artists on their U.S. counterparts during a period of social change
March 3, 2020 | Hardcover | Yale University Press | 264 Pages |
$65.00
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SAHEL: ART AND EMPIRES ON THE SHORES OF THE SAHARA

Written by Lagamma, Alisa
A comprehensive exploration, spanning 1,300 years, of the art and culture of the Sahel region of Africa
February 18, 2020 | Hardcover | Metropolitan Museum of Art New York | 304 Pages |
$65.00
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IN THE MEANTIME: SPECULATIONS ON ART, CURATING, AND EXHIBITIONS

Written by Hoffmann, Jens
Writings by exhibition maker and writer Jens Hoffmann, charting a highly unique curatorial trajectory.
January 28, 2020 | Paperback | Sternberg Press | 304 Pages |
$26.00
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SCIENCE FICTION

The first major anthology to focus on relationships between science fiction and contemporary art, with topics ranging from accelerating technological change to global urbanization.
March 17, 2020 | Paperback | Mit Press | 240 Pages |
$24.95
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WRITTEN MATTER

Written by Orozco, Gabriel
Selections from Gabriel Orozco's notebooks: sketches, photographs, and texts that offer a rare look inside his art-making process.
April 21, 2020 | Paperback | Mit Press | 384 Pages |
$39.95
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BLACK ART RENAISSANCE: AFRICAN SCULPTURE AND MODERNISM ACROSS CONTINENTS

Written by Cohen, Joshua I
Reading African art's impact on modernism as an international phenomenon, The "Black Art" Renaissance tracks a series of twentieth-century engagements with canonical African sculpture by European, African American, and sub-Saharan African artists and theorists.
July 21, 2020 | Hardcover | University of California Press | 304 Pages |
$65.00
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GATECRASHERS: THE RISE OF THE SELF-TAUGHT ARTIST IN AMERICA

Written by Jentleson, Katherine
After World War I, artists without formal training "crashed the gates" of major museums in the United States, diversifying the art world across lines of race, ethnicity, class, ability, and gender. At the center of this fundamental reevaluation of who could be an artist in America were John Kane, Horace Pippin, and Anna Mary Robertson "Grandma" Moses.
April 7, 2020 | Hardcover | University of California Press | 264 Pages |
$50.00
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PASSION RELICS AND THE MEDIEVAL IMAGINATION: ART, ARCHITECTURE, AND SOCIETY

Written by Hahn, Cynthia
Although objects associated with the Passion and suffering of Christ are among the most important and sacred relics venerated by the Catholic Church, this is the first study that considers how they were presented to the faithful.
January 7, 2020 | Hardcover | University of California Press |
$49.95
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MARQUIS DE SADE AND THE AVANT-GARDE

Written by Mahon, Alyce
How the notorious author of The 120 Days of Sodom inspired the surrealists and other avant-garde artists, writers, and filmmakers
May 19, 2020 | Hardcover | Princeton University Press | 304 Pages |
$45.00

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