Cover for Senga Nengudi
Ed. Matthias Mühling et al.

Senga Nengudi

Topologien / Topologies
For almost fifty years, Senga Nengudi (b. 1943, USA) has shaped an œuvre that inhabits a specific and unique place between sculpture, dance and performance. Her iconic R.S.V.P sculptures – performative objects made from pantyhose and materials such as sand and stone – have been acquired by important American museums. The publication accompanies the first solo exhibition of Nengudi in Germany at the Lenbachhaus, Munich.
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39,95 £ [UK]
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Ed. Karin Althaus et al.

World Receivers

Georgiana Houghton - Hilma af Klint - Emma Kunz
Abstract paintings were being produced even before Kandinsky. Completely independently from each other, Georgiana Houghton (1814–1884) in England, Hilma af Klint (1862–1944) in Sweden and Emma Kunz (1892–1963) in Switzerland developed an individual, abstract pictorial language. What they had in common was a desire to make visible the laws of nature, the intellect and the supernatural. Their works are being presented side by side for the first time in an exhibition.
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38,00 £ [UK]
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Ed. Julienne Lorz et al.
Since the 1960s, Joan Jonas (b. 1936 in New York) has been one of the pioneers of performance art. She was part of the New York art scene that included Richard Serra, Gordon Matta-Clark, John Cage, Philipp Glass, and Merce Cunningham. Her experimental installations involve projections, video, drawings, ambient sound, props, and masks. Based on a number of interviews, the volume provides insights into her artistic oeuvre.
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30,00 £ [UK]
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Ed. Staci Bu Shea et al.

Barbara Hammer

Evidentiary Bodies
Barbara Hammer (b. 1939) is an American feminist artist known as a pioneer of queer experimental and documentary film. The monograph accompanies an extensive exhibition at the Leslie-Lohman Museum of Gay and Lesbian Art, celebrating the depth and expanse of Hammer's five decades of art making.
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24,95 £ [UK]
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Eleanor Antin

An Artist´s Life

by Eleanora Antinova
History is fiction and personal identity nothing more than historical illusion: Eleanora Antinova is the renowned US contemporary artist Eleanor Antin – Eleanor Antin is Eleanora Antinova, a black American ballerina. Shifting the boundaries between art and life this book publishes the exciting memoirs of Antinova found by Eleanor Antin.   
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19,95 £ [UK]
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Ed. Kunstsammlung Nordrhein-Westfalen

Annette Messager

Exhibition/Exposition
The French artist Annette Messager (b. 1943) is one of the most important personalities of the international art scene. Her extensive installations focus on the human body and its attributes. Fragmented and joined together again with thread to form something new, she thereby creates a cosmos that is both fascinating and radical.
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22,00 £ [UK]
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Ed. Anna Lenz

Strong Women for Art

In conversation with Anna Lenz
Who are the companions of important  contemporary artists? The art collector Anna Lenz explores this question in 20  conversations, providing insights not only into a wide variety of women’s biographies, but also into ways of living with an artist.
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19,95 £ [UK]
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new
Ed. Alex Gartenfeld et al.

Chakaia Booker

The Observance
"Chakaia Booker: The Observance" is the first comprehensive monograph on this important yet understudied American artist. Illuminating more than three decades of Booker’s practice, the publication explores her signature form – monumental works made of rubber – while showcasing her innovations across mediums including photography, painting, and prints.
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39,95 £ [UK]
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released on 06/2022
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Ursula von Rydingsvard

The Contour of Feeling
This publication documents Ursula von Rydingsvard’s exhibition at The Fabric Workshop and Museum in Philadelphia, which features a large new leather work produced with the museum’s studio. The survey — guest curated by Mark Rosenthal — largely focuses on her artistic development since 2000 and reveals her predilection for emotionally-charged, visceral art that is handwrought, richly complex, and monumentally scaled.
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