General Art

FRAGILE BEASTS COLORING BOOK

Discover hidden monsters, serpents and other beasts in this coloring book based on historical prints
June 14, 2016 | Paperback | Cooper Hewitt | 96 Pages |
$12.95

KRZYSZTOF WODICZKO

Krzysztof Wodiczko's artistic projects stage a dynamic and vivid encounter between aesthetics, ethics and technology. For almost 40 years, the artist's powerful and extensive body of work has deployed contemporary technologies to engage with the problematics of alterity, social responsibility and urban experience.
April 26, 2011 | Hardcover | Black Dog Publishing | 367 Pages |
$59.95

ACTS OF ENGAGEMENT: WRITINGS ON ART, CRITICISM, AND INSTITUTIONS, 1993-2002

Written by Brenson, Michael
Acts of Engagement brings together writings spanning the extraordinarily eventful ten-year after the author left The New York Times, where he had been an art critic from 1982 to 1991. The writings fall into three broad areas: art, art criticism, and arts and cultural institutions.
August 13, 2004 | Paperback | Rowman & Littlefield Publishers | 303 Pages |
$42.00

VISIONARIES AND OUTCASTS: THE NEA, CONGRESS, AND THE PLACE OF THE VISUAL ARTIST IN AMERICA

Written by Brenson, Michael
Visionaries and Outcasts documents and analyzes, from hopeful creation to bitter end, the most ambitious experiment in artistic funding in American history. Through the creation of the National Endowment for the Arts in 1965, this country provided financial support for visual artists without exerting the stringent controls that patronage in the past required.
February 1, 2001 | Hardcover | New Press | 157 Pages |
$35.00

IK-00: THE SPACE OF CONFINEMENT

Written by Shapovalov, Vladislav
When art takes its inspiration from correctional facilities. This book is the result of an international collective project in which the artists were asked to reflect on the architecture of seclusion, in search of different ways of documenting the institutional spaces intended to punish and, at times, to improve the individuals by their separation from the rest of society.
September 13, 2016 | Paperback | Marsilio Editori | 160 Pages |
$32.95

ACCROCHAGE

New discoveries from one of the largest contemporary art collections. Accrochage brings together about seventy works from the Pinault Collection produced by thirty artists since the 1970s. The works -never shown before in the Venetian venues of the collection-are the outcome of minimal gestures and artistic research focused on the theme of the void.
September 13, 2016 | Paperback | Marsilio Editori | 344 Pages |
$55.00

DRAMA MACHINE: PICTURES FROM A RUSSIAN SCENE

The photographs by one of the emerging artists of the vibrant Russian scene. Russian photographer Sergey Sapozhnikov takes as his topic and inspiration a landmark building of Russian Constructivism, the Drama Theatre in Rostov-on-Don. Designed by architects Vladimir Shchuko and Vladimir Gelfreikh in 1930, it's an iconic work built in the impressive shape of a tractor.
September 13, 2016 | Paperback | Marsilio Editori | 128 Pages |
$30.95

IMAGINE: ITALIAN ART 1959-1969

A seminal experience on the Italian art scene of the 1960s. At the height of the economic miracle of the 1960s, artistic experiments in Italy kept following one another, mixed and merged with an extraordinary speed and intensity.
September 13, 2016 | Paperback | Marsilio Editori | 288 Pages |
$43.95

ALDO MANUZIO: RENAISSANCE IN VENICE

The fascinating story of the greatest publisher of all time. The catalog of the Aldo Manutiu exhibition, 500 years after his death, is a tribute to the most famous printer in the history of publishing. It tells how the book changed the world and how and why this change happened in Venice, cosmopolitan city and gateway between East and West.
September 13, 2016 | Paperback | Marsilio Editori | 376 Pages |
$41.95

SIGMAR POLKE

The artist who dared put into question the parameters of ordinary vision. One of the main exponents of Capitalist Realism-a current that arose in the 1970s in opposition to both the Socialist Realism widespread in the countries of Eastern Europe and Western pop art-Sigmar Polke was a tireless experimenter of techniques, art materials, and chemical-alchemical processes.
September 13, 2016 | Paperback | Marsilio Editori | 266 Pages |
$43.95

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