Art Surveys, Art History,

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WOMAN WHO SAYS NO: FRAN?OISE GILOT ON HER LIFE WITH AND WITHOUT PICASSO

Written by Herwig, Malte
An intimate, revealing biography of a talented artist who lived life on her own terms. Pablo Picasso called Françoise Gilot "The Woman Who Says No." Talented, and feisty, and an accomplished artist in her own right, Gilot left Picasso after a ten-year relationship, the only woman to escape his intense attentions unscathed.
March 19, 2020 | Paperback | Greystone Books | 172 Pages |
$18.95
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FIGURE IT OUT: ESSAYS

Written by Koestenbaum, Wayne
"Toward what goal do I aspire, ever, but collision? Always accident, concussion, bodies butting together . . . By collision I also mean metaphor and metonymy: operations of slide and slip and transfuse."
May 5, 2020 | Paperback | Soft Skull Press | 288 Pages |
$16.95
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LOUVRE: THE MANY LIVES OF THE WORLD'S MOST FAMOUS MUSEUM

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May 5, 2020 | Hardcover | Atlantic Monthly Press |
$30.00
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ALTERNATIVE GUIDE TO THE UNIVERSE: MAVERICKS, OUTSIDERS, VISIONARIES

The Alternative Guide to the Universe surveys work that creates unexpected possibilities in art, science and architecture; possibilities so profound that they suggest an alternate reality.
January 16, 2013 | Hardcover | Hayward Gallery Publishing |
$35.00
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SINGULAR SPACES: FROM THE ECCENTRIC TO THE EXTRAORDINARY IN SPANISH ART ENVIRONMENTS [WITH CDROM]

Published by leading outsider art imprint Raw Vision, Singular Spaces is a groundbreaking survey of art environments created by self-taught artists from across Spain. The book introduces and examines 45 artists and their idiosyncratic sculptures, gardens and buildings, most of which have never been published.
November 30, 2013 | Hardcover | Marquand Books |
$80.00
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HEART: FRIDA KAHLO IN PARIS

Written by Petitjean, Marc
This intimate account offers a new, unexpected understanding of the artist's work and of the vibrant 1930s surrealist scene. In 1938, just as she was leaving Mexico for her first solo exhibition in New York, Frida Kahlo was devastated to learn from her husband, Diego Rivera, that he intended to divorce her.
April 28, 2020 | Hardcover | Other Press (NY) | 176 Pages |
$25.00
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FOURSOME: ALFRED STIEGLITZ, GEORGIA O'KEEFFE, PAUL STRAND, REBECCA SALSBURY

Written by Burke, Carolyn
A captivating, spirited account of the intense relationship among four artists whose strong personalities and aesthetic ideals drew them together, pulled them apart, and profoundly influenced the very shape of twentieth-century art. New York, 1921: Alfred Stieglitz, the most influential figure in early twentieth-century photography, celebrates the success of his latest exhibition
March 10, 2020 | Paperback | Vintage | 432 Pages |
$22.00
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CALDER: THE CONQUEST OF SPACE: THE LATER YEARS: 1940-1976

Written by Perl, Jed
The concluding volume to the first biography of one of the most important, influential, and beloved twentieth-century sculptors, and one of the greatest artists in the cultural history of America--is a vividly written, illuminating account of his triumphant later years. The second and final volume of this magnificent biography begins during World War II, when Calder--known to all as San
April 14, 2020 | Hardcover | Knopf Publishing Group | 688 Pages |
$60.00
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MAN IN THE RED COAT

Written by Barnes, Julian
From the Man Booker Prize-winning author of The Sense of an Ending--a rich, witty, revelatory tour of Belle Époque Paris, via the remarkable life story of the pioneering surgeon, Samuel Pozzi. In the summer of 1885, three Frenchmen arrived in London for a few days' intellectual shopping: a prince, a count, and a commoner with an Italian name.
February 18, 2020 | Hardcover | Knopf Publishing Group | 288 Pages |
$26.95
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YOUNG AND EVIL: QUEER MODERNISM IN NEW YORK, 1930-1955

Written by Earnest, Jarrett
Lauded by Jerry Saltz as "one of the most reactionary yet radical visions of art," The Young and Evil tells the story of a group of artists and writers active during the first half of the twentieth century, when homosexuality was as problematic for American culture as figuration was for modernist painting. These artists--including Paul Cadmus, Fidelma Cadmus Kirstein, Charles Hen
January 14, 2020 | Hardcover | David Zwirner Books | 160 Pages |
$65.00

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