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This beautifully designed book includes a comprehensive survey of Caro’s work over a period of more than half a century.
This volume documents the work of Rupert Spira, a leading ceramic artist in the middle of his career, tracing its development from his training under Henry Hammond and Michael Cardew, two of the great studio potters of the twentieth century, to a recent exhibition tour of Japan.
This compelling and in-depth study looks at some of the most inspiring and iconic brutalist buildings, in a quest to find the soul of one of modern architecture’s most misunderstood movements.
Elements of Architecture collates essays from Rem Koolhaas into a 2,600 page publication featuring custom binding and additional imagery.
French artist Lili Reynaud-Dewar creates environments and situations in which she uses her own body to examine the dual experience of vulnerability and empowerment that results from acts of exposing oneself to the world. Evolving through a range of media such as performance, video, installation, sound, and literature, her work considers the fluid border between public and private space, challenging conventions related to the body, sexuality, power relations, and institutional spaces. This is the first book to document her remarkable career.
This expansive tome features 360 specially commissioned photographs of Picasso’s greatest works.
The Glasgow Girls and Boys were a group of rebellious young artists who sprang to prominence in the early 1880’s as radical painters of rural life in all its stark reality. This book tells their story from their early days painting in rural communities in Scotland and France, to their coming together in Glasgow as painters of modern life, to their years of international fame, hailed as some of the most innovative and experimental painters in Europe and America.
In collaboration with IKEA, this inspirational study explores how to live more sustainably and well based on the experience of both ordinary and extraordinary lives, showing how small changes at home will work positively towards sustainability for our planet
A timely introduction to the fields of environmental art, art and ecology, art and climate change, art and activism, and art in the Anthropocene
A lavishly illustrated book that reassesses the life and career of neglected American painter Alfred Cohen.
An invaluable location guide for any art deco traveller in the USA and for all lovers of 1920s and 30s nostalgia.
This beautifully designed and accessible volume presents case studies that challenge assumptions and celebrate human creativity.
This book gathers together for the first time a comprehensive selection of Tony Birks’s writing.
Royal Fabergé explores the extraordinary production and glittering saga of Fabergé, the leading artist-jewellers during the decades preceding the First World War.
Fiji: Art and Life in the Pacific celebrates the richness and diversity of Fijian artworks and highlights the skills in creating them.
This book illuminates Moore’s friendships, and how they affected the legacy of the artist and his work.