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This book tracks the trend towards colour chronologically from its intellectual roots in the Bauhaus movement to the current day.
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.
Filled with delicate watercolour illustrations alongside stunning photography of both simple and elaborate floral arrangements, Forever Flowers is an exceptional guide to growing, drying and arranging.
A unique collection of personal conversations with 20 seminal artists, each of whom have pushed past the boundaries of sculpting in their own way.
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.
This book charts and celebrates the story of over 60 artists, exploring their professional and personal journeys from their emergence in the art world in the eighteenth century to becoming internationally recognised stars.
Sustainable gardener Marian Boswall walks us through the process of creating and maintaining a sustainable outdoor space, offering tips, guidance and step-by-step projects designed to help you lead a more low-impact lifestyle.
Saumarez Smith has undertaken an odyssey to art museums across the globe, exploring changes in the museum over the last century.
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
Victor Horta (1861-1947) is well known as the creator of Art Nouveau architecture. This book discusses the many influences on his designs, and his legacy. Detailed descriptions of 19 projects, including Edicule Lambeaux, Hôtel Autrique, Hôtel Max Hallet and the Brugmann Hospital, are illustrated with Horta’s original drawings and specially commissioned photographs by award-winning architectural photographer Alastair Carew-Cox.
Packed with illustrations, Vitamin C is a vibrant and incredibly timely survey of ceramics – acclaimed as the first of its kind.
A timely introduction to the fields of environmental art, art and ecology, art and climate change, art and activism, and art in the Anthropocene