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Ed. Gerlinde Gruber et al.

Rubens's Great Landscape with a Tempest

Anatomy of a Masterpiece
The Great Landscape with a Tempest in Vienna is one of Peter Paul Rubens’s largest and most dramatic landscapes. Starting from the far-reaching discoveries during the latest restoration, the volume provides a comprehensive insight into the process of creation of this fascinating picture as well as its art-historical interpretation.
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Rudolph Leopold

Egon Schiele. Catalogue raisonné

Paintings, Watercolours, Drawings Revised 2nd edition
The monograph on Egon Schiele edited by Rudolf Leopold in 1972 forms the basis for Egon Schiele’s world fame. This important document of art-historical literature has long been out of print, but it is now available once more in a revised edition with an updated catalogue raisonné. At the same time this magnificent volume provides an insight into the artist’s life through letters, sketches and documents.
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95,00 £ [UK]
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Karin Althaus et al.

Florine Stettheimer

The Great Masters of Art
“I was thrilled”, was Andy Warhol’s enthusiastic reaction to the pictures of Florine Stettheimer (1871–1944). Many of the elements of her work inspired his Pop Art. During Stettheimer’s life her sensuous and ironic paintings with their numerous figures were valued highly by artists and curators, although the general public remained largely unaware of their merits. Only after her death did her close friend Marcel Duchamp organise a retrospective in the Museum of ...
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9,95 £ [UK]
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Ed. Wiebke Steinmetz et al.

Ruth Baumgarte

Werde, die du bist! Lebenskunst / Become Who You Are! The Art of Living
During a period of radical change, Ruth Baumgarte (1923–2013) created an artistic oeuvre in which humankind and its fragile existence form the main area of focus. This volume introduces her as a passionate creator of drawings, a versatile applied graphic artist and an expressive painter.
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Eva Bader et al.
A major conference was held in 2018 in Davos, Ernst Ludwig Kirchner’s elective home, to mark the 80th anniversary of the artist’s death. The lavishly illustrated volume accompanying the event brings together international experts who present their approach to Kirchner’s creative work, thereby providing a multi-faceted overview of an œuvre that has lost none of its topicality to this day.
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Ed. Cheryl Sim

Relations

Diaspora and Painting / La diaspora et la peinture
This richly illustrated volume explores the multiple and evolving meanings of diaspora, its condition, and its experiences as expressed through painting. The book, based on an exhibition held at the Phi Foundation brings together artists who address questions of diaspora from diverse perspectives, methodologies, and aesthetic languages.
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Ed. Ingo Clauß

Elina Brotherus

Why not?
Diary-like series, landscape photos and situational mood pictures – Elina Brotherus (*1972 in Helsinki) is constantly searching for new possibilities in photography. This lavishly illustrated volume with related essays pursues the latest developments. Here the Finnish photo artist combines a keen intellect with humorous lightness and technical precision with joyous spontaneity.
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Ed. David Evans Frantz et al.

Gerald Clarke

Falling Rock
This survey brings together three decades of work by contemporary Native American artist Gerald Clarke (Cahuilla). Utilising wit and humour to expose historical and present-day injustice, Clarke brings a decolonial perspective to urgent cultural and political issues facing our world.
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Ed. Elsy Lahner et al.

Xenia Hausner

True Lies Englische Ausgabe
Xenia Hausner ranks among the most important Austrian painters of our time. This splendid volume focuses on the aspect of stagecraft which characterizes all her works. Starting from the early paintings of the 1990s up to her moving Exiles series, the publication lures us into a female world filled with mysterious interpersonal relationships.
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Ed. Judith W. Mann

Painting on Stone

Science and the Sacred 1530–1800
Paintings on Stone: Science and the Sacred examines a fascinating tradition long overlooked by art historians – stone surfaces used to create stunning portraits, mythological scenes, and sacred images. Written by an international team of scholars, the catalogue reveals the significance of these paintings, their complex meanings, and their technical virtuosity.
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Ed. Christian Alandete et al.

Alberto Giacometti

Face to Face
Alberto Giacometti forged a singular path within European Modernism, restlessly seeking a new language for sculpture as a “double of reality”. Presenting some 100 sculptures and paintings, the publication tracks the evolution of Giacometti’s work from Post-Cubism through Surrealism to post-war Realism.
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Ed. Rafael Jablonka et al.

My Generation

The Jablonka Collection
The Jablonka Collection is regarded as one of the highest-profile holdings of American and German art of the 1980s. In this catalogue the art dealer, gallerist and curator Rafael Jablonka (*1951) provides for the first time an insight into his wide-ranging collection, which is dedicated primarily to artists of his own generation.
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Ed. Pia Dornacher et al.

Helmut Sturm

Subverting the Real
Helmut Sturm’s paintings radiate powerful colours and forms, yet are simultaneously both lyrically tender and poetical. He developed his individual pictorial language in a study of Cubism and Art "Informel" as well as artists like Max Beckmann, Asger Jorn and Willem de Kooning. The publication pays tribute to one of the most important witnesses of abstract-expressive painting in Germany.
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Ed. Annegret Laabs

Max Uhlig

Die Fenster der Johanniskirche / The Windows of the St. Johannis Church
The Dresden artist Max Uhlig (*1937) created one of the greatest window cycles of contemporary art for the Gothic Church of Saint John in Magdeburg. Vines and coloured foliage together with lines in expressive rhythms which are a revelation in their incisiveness, fill a window area of some 350 square metres with colours and immerse the interior of the church in light.
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Ed. Klaus Kinold

Ludwig Mies van der Rohe

Barcelona Pavillon / Haus Tugendhat
Ludwig Mies van der Rohe is one of the outstanding representatives of the New Building. He achieved legendary fame as the director of the Bauhaus in Berlin and as a teacher at the IIT in Chicago. The pavilion built at the World Exhibition in Barcelona in 1929 and the Haus Tugendhat in Brno, completed one year later, became incunabula of Modernism.
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Ed. Contempo Rotterdam et al.

Isabelle Dyckerhoff

on canvas / on paper
How can you paint colour? That is the question which the Munich artist Isabelle Dyckerhoff asks herself anew before every picture. The material presence of colour, its expressive power and spatial effect are characteristic for her works on canvas and paper, which are presented together in this volume for book lovers.
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Ed. Hilti Art Foundation

Hilti Art Foundation. The Collection

Vol. 2: Art from 1950 to the Present Day
The private art collection of the Hilti Art Foundation includes over 200 top-quality paintings, sculptures and photographs from Classical Modernism to the present day. Volume 2 of the two-part catalogue of the collection presents 120 selected works from the middle of the twentieth century to the present day, from Josef Albers to Thomas Struth.
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Ed. Helen Hirsch et al.

Johannes Itten and Thun

Nature in Focus
The Bauhaus master Johannes Itten is one of the prominent protagonists of early Modernism in twentieth-century art. Few people are aware of the close links between his beginnings as an artist and his experience of landscape and nature in the town of Thun and Lake Thun.
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Ed. Tameka Ellington et al.

Textures

The History and Art of Black Hair
The book synthesizes research in history, fashion, art and visual culture to reassess the hair story of peoples of African descent. Long a fraught topic for African Americans and others in the diaspora, Black hair is here addressed by artists, barbers and activists in both its historical perceptions and its ramifications for self and society today.
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Glenn Esterly et al.

Bukowski. The Shooting

By Abe Frajndlich
Charles Bukowski, the "dirty old man" of American literature whose poems and prose are closely interwoven with his life – how does one go about portraying a person like that? In 1985, the young photographer Abe Frajndlich took on this challenge. We can say this much: it was not a job that could be accomplished in one shot. The Shooting presents a photographer’s attempt to zero in on a legend.
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Ed. Katia Baudin et al.

Folklore & Avant-Garde

The Reception of Popular Traditions in the Age of Modernism
The publication examines in depth the influence of folkloric traditions on the pioneers of Modernism in the develop- ment of their new artistic language. Craft objects and folk art are contrasted with masterpieces by artists of the avant-garde like Josef Albers, Sonia Delaunay, Johannes Itten, Vasily Kandinsky, Ernst Ludwig Kirchner, Pablo Picasso, Charles Sheeler and Sophie Taeuber-Arp.
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Yang Yuanzheng

Dragon's Roar

The Chinese Literati Musical Instruments in the Freer and Sackler Collections and their Archaeological Origin
This lavishly illustrated volume focuses attention on the seven important qin zithers in the Freer Gallery of Art and the Arthur M. Sackler Gallery. The instruments date from the period between the late Middle Ages and modern times. The current assessment of early archaeological finds extends the origins of qin instruments back to the Bronze Age and leads to a new approach.
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Ed. Heinz R. Böhme

We Haven’t Seen Each Other For So Long

Art of the Lost Generation. The Böhme Collection
Heinz R. Böhme has been collecting artworks of the Lost Generation for more than twenty years. The main focus of his private collection in Salzburg is the recognition of more than eighty artists whose creative work was massively restricted under the National Socialist regime.
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Ed. Markus Heinsdorff

Markus Heinsdorff

static + dynamic
The book presents the installation artist Markus Heinsdorff’s continuing study of the topics of space, the forces of nature and upcycling by means of over 40 works. The overview is completed by text contributions by famous authors who interpret Heinsdorff’s international creative works from a variety of perspectives.
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Ed. Gerry Beegan et al.

Angela Davis

Seize the Time
Inspired by a private archive and featuring contemporary work by artists who acknowledge the continued relevance of Angela Davis’s experience and politics, the essays, interviews and images in this book provide a compelling and layered narrative of her journey through the junctures of race, gender, economics and politics.
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Wilhelm Hausenstein

Kairouan

Or how Paul Klee became a Painter
The impressions which Paul Klee collected on his journey to Tunisia in 1914, and especially to the city of Kairouan, were of fundamental significance: »Colour and I are one.  I am a painter.« A few years later, in 1921, Wilhelm Hausenstein placed his friend Paul Klee at the centre of his book Kairuan and was thus one of the first people to recognise the artist’s genius.
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Alexander Tutsek-Stiftung

Ann Wolff

The Early Drawings - Frühe Zeichnungen (1981-1988)
The German-Swedish artist Ann Wolff is a pioneer of the studio glass movement in Europe. Born in Lübeck in 1937, she has achieved international fame for her sculptures which mainly use the material glass, but she has always drawn as well.This volume now presents a collection based on a selection of sixty hitherto unpublished drawings from the 1980s.
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Ed. Christoph Wagner

Cinemas

From Babylon Berlin to La Rampa Havana
Lost places of cinema—the photographer Margarete Freudenstadt has dedicated herself to cinema and strikingly captured contemporary history with her camera. Cinemas confronts her melancholic pictures of movie theaters in the former East Germany after the fall of the Wall, with the opulent but crumbling film palaces of today's Cuba in an exciting dialogue.
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Ed. Hannelore Fischer

Käthe Kollwitz

A survey of her work 1867 - 1945
“I want to have an effect during this age in which people are so perplexed and in need of help.” This sentence, a diary entry from 1922, is the creed of a great artist. It is as topical today as it was then. Käthe Kollwitz (1867–1945) achieved worldwide respect with her drawings, printed graphics and sculptures even during her lifetime.
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Ed. Stiftung Humboldt Forum im Berliner Schloss
The elephant is a much-admired animal, but it is also endangered. The ivory from its tusks has been in great demand across the centuries and throughout all cultures. What sort of material is it? How has it been used in the past and the present? And what can we do today to protect the world’s largest mammals from poachers? This lavishly illustrated volume embarks on a journey through cultural history and takes up a contemporary position.
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Ed. Beat Wyss

Heinz Mack

Skulpturen - Sculptures. 2003 - 2020
Steles, rotors, light sculptures and monumental works for the public space – over the past 20 years the range of Heinz Mack’s sculptures has remained as comprehensive as it is diverse. He has created spectacular works like "The Sky over Nine Columns" in Venice in 2014. This lavish catalogue raisonné documents Mack’s sculptures between 2003 and 2020.
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Ed. Medill Higgins Harvey et al.

Modern Gothic

The Inventive Furniture of Kimbel and Cabus, 1863-1882
Kimbel and Cabus were among the most progressive design reformers of their time. This is the first publication to explore the timeless American immigrant success story of the trailblazing New York City design team who captured national attention with their imaginative furniture forms and defined a significant aesthetic in the United States.
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Christoph Wagner

Hans Purrmann

The Great Masters of Art
The painter Hans Purrmann (1880–1966) ranks among the most important painters in the history of twentieth-century art. His vibrant Colourism drew on the works of Henri Matisse and Paul Cézanne, but he achieved independent international acclaim over the course of an eventful life lived between Munich, Paris, Berlin, Florence and Switzerland.  
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Ed. Nationalgalerie, Staatliche Museen zu Berlin
Picasso’s study of the old masters forms an impressive focus of his late work. At the beginning of this new interest stood the works series "Les Femmes d’Alger", which was on view in Paris, Munich, Cologne and Hamburg in 1955 and which today is scattered across several continents. The volume presents the series within the context of its reference works by Delacroix and Matisse.
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Ed. Dario Gamboni et al.

The Aesthetics of Marble

From Late Antiquity to the Present
This magnificent book sheds new light on the celebration and uses of marble in art and literature and on the iconic potential of the stone. With 240 color illustrations, it showcases the marble cladding of architecture, the carving of marble and painting on stone, their political and philosophical connotations, and the de- and re-materialising of marble made possible by digital technology.
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Ed. Damian Lentini

Phyllida Barlow

frontier
Phyllida Barlow (*1944) tests boundaries with her monumental sculptures in an eccentric yet humorous manner, reflecting on the relationship with our environment through her use of industrial and everyday materials. With impressive installation photos and never-before-seen archival material the publication presents Barlow’s unique oeuvre from her early works until the present day.
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Ed. Thorsten Sadowsky

Yinka Shonibare CBE

End of Empire
Yinka Shonibare CBE makes colourful fabrics with presumed African origins into the trademark of his multimedia artworks. At the same time he examines complex themes like hybrid identities, colonialism and power structures with unique irony. This richly illustrated catalogue focuses on three decades of his fascinating artistic oeuvre.
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Ed. Quentin Buvelot et al.

Jacobus Vrel

Looking for Clues of an Enigmatic Painter
His pictures look curious, his figures introverted and his street scenes strangely stage-like. Jacobus Vrel records everyday life in Holland during the 17th century, and creates quirky worlds at the same time. This volume presents the fascinating complete œuvre of a painter whose works were thought to have been painted by Vermeer during the 19th century.
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Ed. Quentin Buvelot et al.
His pictures look curious, his figures introverted and his street scenes strangely stage-like. Jacobus Vrel records everyday life in Holland during the 17th century, and creates quirky worlds at the same time. This volume presents the fascinating complete œuvre of a painter whose works were thought to have been painted by Vermeer during the 19th century.
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Ed. Thomas Zuhr

All the Beauty at Hand

A Brief History of Hirmer Publishers
Founded in 1948, Hirmer Publishers soon established a name for art books produced to the highest standards. Over the past decade they have become equally well-known in English-speaking countries, with a reputation as one of the most prestigious publishers in this field. This survey of English titles from 2010 to 2020 encompasses a wealth of subjects across the centuries, from antiquity to the modern age.  
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Ed. Gaetane Verna

Shuvinai Ashoona

Mapping Worlds
Shuvinai Ashoona (*1961) is a third-generation Inuit artist based in Kinngait, Nunavut, Canada. Best known for her highly personal and imaginative iconography, Shuvinai Ashoona’s imagery ranges from closely observed naturalistic scenes of her Arctic home to monstrous  and fantastical visions.
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Ed. Nicolaus Schafhausen et al.

Tell me about yesterday tomorrow

About the Future of the Past
Historical events and our knowledge of them mould our understanding of today’s world. The interdisciplinary authorship of this volume focuses on the connection between past and future. A bold and unusual publication whose approaches and themes extend from biographical experiences via intergenerational exchange to the discussion of current social phenomena.
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Ed. Staatliche Kunstsammlungen Dresden et al.

Dreams of Freedom

Romanticism in Russia and Germany
Caspar David Friedrich and Alexander Andreyevich Ivanov are the most important artists of the Romantic era in their native countries of Germany and Russia. At the centre of this opulent book are night scenes and moonlit landscapes, views of Dresden and Italy that are full of yearning, and portraits and lovingly depicted interiors by both master painters and their contemporaries.
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Wolfgang Jean Stock

Hermann Hertzberger

Strukturalismus / Structuralism
The architect Herman Hertzberger (*1932) is the most important representative of Dutch Structuralism. This movement, which emerged in 1960, is highly regarded in modern architecture and takes as its starting point an archetypal behaviour of humankind. Consequently, buildings must satisfy both the individual and the social needs of those who use them: architecture must be “inviting”.  
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Ed. Marcus Trautner

Martin Werthmann

Catastrophe as Space
Martin Werthmann (*1982) is one of the most prominent artists worldwide to make an intensive study of the woodcut as a genre. His monumental colour woodcuts, executed on large widths of paper, enchant by means of his radically new language of forms and aesthetics, which puts the vague and diffuse in the center of attention.
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Ed. Kunsthalle Bielefeld et al.

Jacoba van Heemskerck

Truly Modern
In less than two decades, Jacoba van Heemskerck (1876–1923) created a powerful oeuvre comprising paintings, woodcuts, glass works and mosaics. Her expressive subjects, including landscapes, townscapes and harbour scenes, are characterised by luminosity and increasing transparency, by rhythmical compositions of the pictorial space, black contours and an intensive use of colour.
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Ed. Gaia Regazzoni Jäggli

Ernst Ludwig Kirchner

Und die Erhabenheit der Berge / And the Grandeur of the Mountain / E la grandiositá della montagna
Ernst Ludwig Kirchner spent his last years between 1917 and 1938 recovering from a mental breakdown in Davos. The overwhelming impression of the Alps moved him to create colourful, visionary landscapes and paint the daily lives of the peasants. The publication shows vividly the significance of the mountain world as inspiration for Kirchner’s late works.
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Christoph Wagner

Johannes Itten

Catalogue Raisonné Vol.II. Paintings, Watercolors, Drawings. 1939-1967
The Swiss artist Johannes Itten (1888–1967) was not only a pioneering art theorist and a prominent teacher at the Bauhaus, but he also left an extensive and wide-ranging oeuvre which is only known in part today. The lavishly illustrated catalogue raisonné covers comprehensively and presents an appropriate appreciation of the entire range of his artistic oeuvre.
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Ed. Bridget R. Cooks et al.
The artists featured in "The Black Index" – Dennis Delgado, Alicia Henry, Kenyatta A.C. Hinkle, Titus Kaphar, Whitfield Lovell and Lava Thomas – build upon the tradition of Black self-representation as an antidote to colonialist images. Their translations of photography challenge the medium’s long-assumed qualities of objectivity, legibility and identification.
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Ed. Stephanie Götsch et al.

Leif Trenkler

Beauty
Leif Trenkler (*1960) is regarded as one of the most important protagonists of New Figuration in Germany. He has played an important role in this contemporary movement and has achieved international success. His fascinating painting is created by using new colour constructions, a nuanced technique and unusual compositions employing oil on wood.
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Eva-Maria Fahrner-Tutsek et al.

About Us

Young Photography in China
What does photography tell us about the lifestyles and mentality in China in the face of the rapid social change? Artists in search of their identity explore the medium of photography experimentally and provide insight into the individual complex worlds of emotions and experiences of their generation.
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Helmut C. Schulitz

The Turning Point in Architectural Design

A Historical Scenario for the Future
This volume illustrates the historical development of the art of building with regard to changing architectural design approaches and the growing rift between design and construction. It also points to ways of how to respond to the challenges of resource and energy conservation following the early modernist motto of doing “more with less”.
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Kristine Bilkau et al.

Miwa Ogasawara

Unspoken
People between light and shade, love and despair, closeness and distance, calm and restlessness. Miwa Ogasawara’s painting represents the attempt to approach Man quietly in all his nuances. In her pictures she captures the brittle, shimmering present, the beauty and the fragility of our existence.
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Ed. Alex Gartenfeld et al.
Accompanying Paulo Nazareth’s first US museum show at the Institute of Contemporary Art in Miami in 2019, "Melee" presents an engaging and timely look at the artist’s multifarious work and elaborates on how it engages the complex colonial and racial histories of the Americas.
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Ed. Walter Moser

Faces - The Power of the Human Visage

Helmar Lerski and Portrait Photography between the Wars
Starting with Helmar Lerski’s outstanding photo series "Metamorphosis through Light" from 1935/36, the magnificent volume "Faces – The Power of the Human Visage" presents portraits from the era of the Weimar Republic. The photographs taken by the photographers of the 1920s and 1930s achieved a radical renewal of portrait photography.
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Ed. Dorthe Aagesen et al.

Kirchner and Nolde

Expressionism. Colonialism
Ernst Ludwig Kirchner (1880–1938) and Emil Nolde (1867–1956) are leading figures in the German Expressionist movement. Turning away from Western society and the established norms of bourgeois culture, the artists looked to people, lifestyles and objects from other parts of the world for inspiration, especially Africa and Oceania.
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Ed. Julie Decker et al.

Thought Experiments

The Art of Jonathon Keats
Jonathon Keats’ work as an artist and thinker is compelling for our time. Keats poses critical questions, asks us to fundamentally reconsider our assumptions, and proposes radical methods of response. In a time when the environment and human lifeways are experiencing unprecedented change, thought leaders like Keats are needed to encourage us to consider possibilities – from the absurd to the profound.
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