Cover for Juul Kraijer
Ed. Ina Fuchs et al.

Juul Kraijer

Zweiheit / Twoness
The publication provides an overview of the fascinating work of the contemporary Dutch artist Juul Kraijer. Her monumental drawings, photographs, sculptures and video works sound out and dissolve the boundaries of the human body and show hybrid creatures between animal and human. 
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Adriana Proser

Buddha and Shiva, Lotus and Dragon

Masterworks from the Mr. and Mrs. John D. Rockefeller 3rd Collection at Asia Society
"Buddha and Shiva, Lotus and Dragon" presents sixty-seven masterpieces collected by John D. Rockefeller 3rd and his wife Blanchette Hooker Rockefeller. Illuminating the cultures and history of Asia, the book presents a magnificent selection of sculptures, bronzes and ceramics that range from the late sixth century BCE to the early nineteenth century CE.
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Ed. Eva Fischer-Hausdorf et al.

Icons

Worship and Adoration
When considering the term icon, how can the idea of cultic worship be connected with the concept of the transcendental today? The qualities of the traditional icon continue to have an effect, particularly in the spiritual presence and auratic power of many modern and contemporary artworks. This volume presents masterpieces which express aspects of spirituality and reverence in a variety of individual ways.
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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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Ed. Amanda Gilvin

Fatimah Tuggar

Home's Horizons
Renowned for work that layers binary code with handmade craft, Fatimah Tuggar is one of the most original, incisive conceptual artists of the digital age. Tuggar’s sculptures, photomontages, videos, and interactive works challenge romanticized notions of both ancient traditions and recent inventions.
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Ed. Lynn Gumpert

Modernisms

Iranian, Turkish, and Indian Highlights from NYU's Abby Weed Grey Collection
Modernisms explores art from the 1960s and early ’70s from Iran, Turkey, and India via selections from an unparalleled collection at New York University. Featuring new scholar ship and seminal essays, this book also illustrates paintings, sculptures, drawings, and prints from these three countries alongside biographical narratives of each Artist.
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Cover for Georg Baselitz
Carla Schulz-­Hoffmann
Georg Baselitz's various creative phases are exemplified by 31 of his masterpieces that are held within the Bavarian State Painting Collections. The volume analyses for the first time these important paintings and sculptures within the context of the history of the collection, which has been shaped not only by the artist’s outstanding supporters and collectors, including Duke Franz von Bayern, but also by the passionate commitment of the directors and curators of the museum.
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Ed. Achim Sommer
The Portuguese artist Joana Vasconcelos (*1971) is famous internationally for her three-dimensional works, in which she explores the boundaries between tradition and modernism, high and everyday culture, craftsmanship and industrial production in a work rich in allusions. Objects and installations from the last 20 years provide an insight into her fascinating œuvre.
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Maria Schneider
Alfred Haberpointner (*1966 in Salzburg) is a sculptor of international repute. He became famous with his wooden sculptures, and he has subsequently expanded his work to include the used of materials like steel, lead and paper. This volume documents Haberpointner’s artistic development through all phases up to and including his large-scale works in the public space.
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Ed. Jon Knowles et al.
DHC/ART LIBRE tells the story of a contemporary art foundation unlike any other. Situated in the cosmopolitan city of Montreal, DHC/ART – as well as this publication – is dedicated to bringing impactful experiences with contemporary art to the public with a mission of accessibility on multiple levels. The critically acclaimed program includes major artists from around the world, like Christian Marclay, Joan Jonas and Yinka Shonibare MBE.
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Ed. Jon Knowles et al.

LIBRE DHC / ART

French Edition
DHC/ART LIBRE tells the story of a contemporary art foundation unlike any other. Situated in the cosmopolitan city of Montreal, DHC/ART – as well as this publication – is dedicated to bringing impactful experiences with contemporary art to the public with a mission of accessibility on multiple levels. The critically acclaimed program includes major artists from around the world, like Christian Marclay, Joan Jonas and Yinka Shonibare MBE.
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Ed. Stephan Koja et al.

Shadows of Time

Giambologna, Michelangelo and the Medici Chapel
Giambologna (1529–1606) is regarded as the most important European sculptor between Michelangelo and Bernini. How did he achieve this status? This volume investigates this question and examines above all Giambologna’s study of Michelangelo, his all-powerful role model, and how he successfully prevailed.   
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Ed. Nicholas Bell et al.

John Grade

Reclaimed
John Grade’s drawings, sculptures and installations are weathered, marked, worn and disintegrated. Made of reclaimed wood or paper, the works are buried for termites to devour, sunk into a bay to collect barnacles, or hung in forest trees for birds to eat.
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Ed. Nicole Fritz et al.

Almost Alive

Hyperrealistic Sculpture in Art
From the 1960s and 1970s onwards, different sculptors became involved with a mode of realism based on the physically lifelike appearance of the human body. By deploying traditional techniques of modelling, casting and painting in order to recreate human figures they follow different approaches towards a contemporary form of figural realism. The sculptures show how the way we see our bodies has been subject to constant change.
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Ed. Dr. David Zemanek
Like many great artists, Heinz Mack also found inspiration in African art. His artistic expeditions into the African desert and his encounters with the special light, the people and the architecture have continued to influence his art to this day. His collection of African art is being published for the first time.  
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Ed. Mark Dean Johnson et al.

Contraption

Rediscovering California Jewish Artists
The first book to examine the achievements of California artists of Jewish descent, "Contraption" illustrates how sixteen artists use the metaphor of the machine to understand and depict how the individual aligns his or her identity with the workings of an at times incomprehensible social system. The compelling works showcased in this catalogue illuminate the humor and drama of a century on the West coast.
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Cover for Stella Hamberg
Moritz Woelk
Stella Hamberg is an exceptional figure in contemporary sculpture. Starting out from a reflected contemporary vocabulary of forms, her sculptures feature mainly human figures, but also animals, suffused with an elemental intensity that comprises self-assertion and vitality as well as failure and death.
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Cover for Encounters with Art
Ed. Wolfgang Felten
“Art is art and everything else is everything else.” With this quotation after Ad Reinhardt, Wolfgang Felten hit the nail squarely on the head: art obeys its own rules. The author and photographer have joined together in a unique illustrated book to show this without surrendering the visual to the argumentative.
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Ed. Georg Lechner et al.
The 300th birthday of Empress Maria Theresia provides an opportunity to examine her outstanding interest in the fine arts. At the invitation of the reforming monarch a large number of painters, sculptors and other artists in Austria and abroad found a wealth of work opportunities. Correspondingly, this era has left its mark on the countries of the former Habsburg monarchy to this day.
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Ed. Hessisches Landesmuseum Darmstadt

Tony Cragg

Unnatural Selection Englische Ausgabe
Anthony Cragg (*1949) is one of the most important international sculptors of the present day. The British artist, who lives in Wuppertal, was Rector of the Academy of Art in Düsseldorf until 2013 and has won many awards. From the beginning his creative work has found inspiration in Nature as a model.
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Ed. Hermann Arnhold et al.

Henry Moore

A European Impulse
Henry Moore has influenced the history of twentieth-century sculpture more decisively than anyone else. He was one of the first contemporary sculptors to realise his ideas in the public space throughout the world. His oeuvre was a lasting source of inspiration for an entire generation of artists – from Hans Arp, Alberto Giacometti and Pablo Picasso to the younger generation of German sculptors.  
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Sabine Reithmaier et al.

Mario Dilitz

Sculptures
The main subject in the creative work of the sculptor Mario Dilitz (b. 1973) from Tyrol is to give expression to the human form, to convey and translate the language it speaks. In doing so he combines old sculptural knowledge and technical perfection with contemporary topics, thereby creating sculptures of great intensity and attractiveness.
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Ed. Robert Fleck

Heinz Mack

Reliefs
The sculptural relief technique is an integral part of Heinz Mack’s extensive oeuvre. With his so-called “light-reliefs” he examines what is at the core of his artistic practice: the interaction of light and surface. This publication provides a comprehensive overview of Mack’s reliefs from 1952 to the present day.
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Cover for Thomas Schütte
Since the 1980s Thomas Schütte has created a highly individual, enigmatic and disturbingly diverse oeuvre beyond the realms of all trends and fashions. This year the internationally renowned artist is being awarded the Ernst Franz Vogelmann Prize for Sculpture. This publication provides a fascinating insight into more than twenty years of artistic development.
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Cover for My Life with Alexander Archipenko
Frances Archipenko Gray
Modernist sculptor Alexander Archipenko, (born 1887, Kiev; died 1964, New York City) has been called the “Picasso of Sculpture” for the Cubist elements he introduced to create a new way of looking at the human figure. This deeply personal biography written by his artist wife during his last eight years, casts a new light on this extremely productive, innovative, but little-known period of his career.
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special edition
Ed. Hans-Ulrich Kessler

Schlüter in Berlin

A City Guide
Andreas Schlüter (1659-1714) was the most important Baroque sculptor and architect in Northern Europe. Around 1700, he transformed Berlin into a modern residential city. This city guide follows his steps and serves as an ideal companion for the interested visitor wishing to explore Berlin's architecture in relation to Schlüter's famous works.
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Alexandra Hendrikoff

Metamorphosis
The sculptor Alexandra Hendrikoff has created an impressive and innovative artistic language, which is based on and inspired by nature. Her sculptures resemble cocoons, living organisms and other forms and figures found in nature. This monograph presents images of her sculptures for the first time. Two complementary essays introduce her work.
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ebook
Ed. Susanne Meyer-Büser
Alexander Calder is one of the most important American artists of the twentieth century and a pioneer of kinetic art. This lavishly illustrated e-book focuses on Calder’s works of the 1930s and 1940s, a period in which the sculptor experimented with wildly different artistic directions. While showcasing a large number of Calder’s early abstract sculptures, this book also presents key works by his contemporaries, such as Piet Mondrian, Joan Miró and Jean Arp.
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ebook
Ed. Susanne Meyer-Büser
Alexander Calder is one of the most important American artists of the twentieth century and a pioneer of kinetic art. This lavishly illustrated e-book focuses on Calder’s works of the 1930s and 1940s, a period in which the sculptor experimented with wildly different artistic directions. While showcasing a large number of Calder’s early abstract sculptures, this book also presents key works by his contemporaries, such as Piet Mondrian, Joan Miró and Jean Arp.
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Ed. Beate Reifenscheid

Flourishing Spirits

Xu Jiang & Shi Hui
This publication provides a comprehensive introduction to the works of the two artists, Xu Jiang and Shi Hui, both professors at the Academy of Art in Hangzhou. As nature  constitutes the focal point for both of these artists, yet their approaches and interpretations are fundamentally different, it takes the form of a dialogue.
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Ed. Ralf Beil et al.

Bernhard Hoetger

The Plane Tree Grove
Der expressionistische Bildhauer Bernhard Hoetger (1874–1949) gehörte mit Heinrich Vogeler und Paula Modersohn-Becker zum Künstlerkreis in Worpswede. Als Mitglied der Künstlerkolonie Darmstadt erarbeitete er bereits zuvor ein skulpturenreiches Gesamtkunstwerk im Platanenhain auf der Mathildenhöhe, das zu seinen Hauptwerken zählt.
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Collector's edition

Benjamin Katz

Georg Baselitz, Derneburg, 1985, 2013
Baselitz is one of the most important artists of today. His works can be found in major museums around the world. For over 30 years, photographer Benjamin Katz has been documenting Baselitz at work in different studios. This volume now captures Baselitz’s exceptional life at work and at home.
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Ed. Christian Kaufmann et al.

Nukuoro

Sculptures from Micronesia
Nukuoro Atoll is a ring of tiny islands with a total area of 1.7 square kilometres encircling a lagoon 6 kilometres in diameter. Nukuoro has a dwindling population of 300 inhabitants. The fame and almost legendary popularity of the tinu aitu sculptures from this atoll in Micronesia is built on their exceptional rarity and unusual forms.
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Ed. Toni Stooss

Flowers & Mushrooms

Englische Ausgabe
Flowers and mushrooms run the risk of being considered trivial subjects for contemporary art. However, in recent years they have experienced a revival as complex subjects as presented by contemporary artists, including Peter Fischli and David Weiss, David LaChapelle and Robert Mapplethorpe.
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Ed. Miguel Helfrich

Masterpieces of the Gipsformerei

Art manufactury of the Staatliche Museen zu Berlin since 1819 Englische Ausgabe
In the 19th century plaster replicas of historical art objects represented the fulfilment of the old dream of a museum which contained the world’s masterpieces. The Berlin manufactory provides a journey through different cultures from antiquity to the present.
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Cover for Nicola and Giovanni Pisano
Max Seidel
Nicola and Giovanni Pisano – father and son – are the most important makers of Italian Gothic sculpture. Their pulpits (1260 –1311) in Pisa, Siena and Pistoia are materpieces of European sculpture and continue to amaze viewers.
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Steven Scott

Luminous Icons
Steven Scott is an English-born artist whose work revolves around the rich complexities of light. In this book, eminent art historian Robert C. Morgan offers the first contextual analysis of Scott’s works, locating them within modern art alongside pioneers such as Kandinsky, Rothko and Barnett Newman.
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Ed. Gottfried Knapp

Christina von Bitter

The Skin of Things
Through her experiments with extremely light materials, Christina von Bitter has developed an exciting series of three-dimensional translucent objects. This volume provides an insight into the multifaceted work of a sculptress who primarily resorts to paper and wire when creating sculptures which seem to defy gravity.
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Collector's edition

Christina von Bitter

Untitled, 2011 Collector's Edition A
Through her experiments with extremely light materials, Christina von Bitter has developed an exciting series of three-dimensional translucent objects. This volume provides an insight into the multifaceted work of a sculptress who primarily resorts to paper and wire when creating sculptures which seem to defy gravity.
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Collector's edition

Christina von Bitter

Ohne Titel - Untitled, 2011 Collector's Edition B
Through her experiments with extremely light materials, Christina von Bitter has developed an exciting series of three-dimensional translucent objects. This volume provides an insight into the multifaceted work of a sculptress who primarily resorts to paper and wire when creating sculptures which seem to defy gravity.
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Marc Scheps

Menashe Kadishman

Sculptures
The draftsman, painter and sculptor Menashe Kadishman is one of Israel’s most important artists, who also enjoys wide international acclaim. His sculptures are found throughout the world in museums, private collections, public places and sculpture parks. This volume presents his 20 most important sculptural works.
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Ed. Angela Gratzl et al.

Line and Sculpture in Dialogue

Rodin, Giacometti, Modigliani...
The line is a central theme in 20th century sculpture. On the basis of over 50 masterpieces from the first class art collection of the Kasser/Mochary Family Foundation, this book provides an enlightening perspective on the art of Modernsim and its development towards abstraction by juxtaposing sculpture and graphic art. This focus on line leads to an often surprising view. The aim of finding a figure in a single line defined the graphic work of subsequent generations of artists. Paul ...
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special edition
Ed. Vinzenz Brinkmann et al.

Circumlitio

The Polychromy of Antique and Medieval Sculpture
Scholars around the world are researching the degree to which colour was employed in classical and medieval sculpture. Their numerous activities and projects were most recently presented and debated at an international colloquium held in the Liebieghaus Skulpturensammlung in Frankfurt. The current contributions of 20 internationally known scholars are brought together in this richly illustrated book in English.
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special edition
Ed. Michael Kühlenthal et al.

Historische Polychromie - Historical Polychromy

Polychrome Sculpture in Germany and Japan
Ein deutsch-japanisches Forschungsprojekt widmete sich der nur noch selten erhaltenen ursprünglichen Farbigkeit von Figurenfassungen und stellt als Ergebnis in diesem Band Skulpturen des Barock und Rokoko der japanischen Skulpturenpolychromie gegenüber.
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Christoph Wagner

Johannes Itten

Catalogue raisonné Vol.III. Documents and Sources on the Biography. Graphic Work, Sculpture, Tapestries, Furniture. 1888-1967
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. 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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Cover for Terribly Beautiful. Elephant - Man - Ivory
new
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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new
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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new
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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released on 03/2021
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new
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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new
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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new
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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Cover for Queer Holdings
Ed. Gonzalo Casals et al.

Queer Holdings

A Survey of the Leslie-Lohman Museum Collection
Founded in the context of social movements of the late 1960s, The Leslie-Lohman Museum is dedicated to preserving art that speaks to the LGBTQ experience and fostering the artists who create it. Queer Holdings aims to reclaim scholarship from a queer perspective by surveying 200 works from the Museum’s permanent collection. A selection of essays by scholars, artists and archivists, explore the Museum’s possible futures by tracing its visual, cultural, and political ...
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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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Cover for Unsettled
Ed. Joanne Northrup
From Alaska to the West Coast of North America, through Central America and down to Colombia; the region extends across vast distances, and its history, culture and the artists living there are equally full of contrasts and yet often very similar. “Unsettled” illuminates through some 200 artworks their creative approach in this tension field from the Pre-Columbian period to the modern age.
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Cover for Reconstructing the Lansdowne Collection of Classical Marbles
The Lansdowne Collection once included 100 classical sculptures. It was essentially started by Gavin Hamilton (1723–1798), one of the most successful British explorers of the sites of antiquity during the 18th century. His enthusiasm and his acute aesthetic judgement inspired his patrons to assemble the collection for the specially designed gallery in Lansdowne-House.
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The Magi

Legend, Art and Cult Englische Ausgabe
The book celebrates the 850th anniversary of the arrival of the remains of The Magi, the Three Wise Men, in Cologne, the momentous event that made the cathedral city one of the major pilgrimage sites of the Middle Ages. Their remains were installed and integrated into the Shrine of the Magi reliquary, the famous work of Nicholas of Verdun and the largest reliquary in the Western world.
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Ed. Kunstsammlung Nordrhein-Westfalen

Alexander Calder

Avant-Garde in Motion Englische Ausgabe
Alexander Calder is one of the most important American artists of the twentieth century. This lavishly illustrated book focuses on Calder’s works of the 1930s and 1940s, a period in which the sculptor experimented with wildly different artistic directions.
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Ed. Isabelle Dervaux et al.

Dan Flavin

Drawing Englische Ausgabe
Although Minimalist artist Dan Flavin (1933–1996) is best known for his brightly coloured installations of fluorescent lights, he was also an avid draftsman. This richly illustrated publication is the first to explore the central role drawing played in his art, to include his drawings from nature and to consider excerpts from his journal in which he wrote about his passion for drawing.
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