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Robert Hobbs

Peter Halley

A Monograph
In the 1980s, Peter Halley revitalised painting by relying on sociology and science fiction. He employed fluorescent colours and Roll-A-Tex to deconstruct early and mid-twentieth-century transcendent geometric abstraction into abstract cells and prisons and by adding conduits to imaginatively access outside forces.
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Ed. Yury Kharchenko

Yury Kharchenko

Painting 2018 – 2023
Yury Kharchenko is an outstanding representative of contemporary painting. He creates works in cycles which reflect his profound connections with existential themes like darkness and light. He combines masterful colourfulness with dense substance to create a unique pictorial language ranging from the poetic to the strident. This volume illustrates his works from the last six years lavishly, together with knowledgeable texts.
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Ed. Simon Kelly
"Matisse and the Sea" examines the influence of the sea across modernist artist Henri Matisse’s career, which included artwork in coastal locations on the Mediterranean Sea and the Atlantic and the Pacific Oceans. This book brings together imagery in a range of media (painting, sculptures, paper cutouts, drawings, prints, ceramics, and textiles), and has a particular focus on Matisse’s iconic coastal painting, "Bathers with a Turtle", exploring ...
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Melissa Venator

German Expressionism

Paintings at the Saint Louis Art Museum
The Saint Louis Art Museum is home to one of North America’s largest and most comprehensive collections of German Expressionist paintings. Rediscover a defining movement of modern art through this original study of works by 25 artists who span its famously wide arc.
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Ed. Jelena Hahl-Fontaine

Kandinsky

A Life in Letters 1889-1944
Wassily Kandinsky was not only the inventor of abstract painting, but also its gifted propagandist. His letters reveal an artist who thought deeply and communicated and organised incessantly. He was also a straightforward and warm-hearted individual. It seems surprising that a significant part of his correspondence has remained unpublished.
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Ed. Stephanie Buhmann et al.

Roma Artist Ceija Stojka

What Should I Be Afraid of?
This is the first English monograph on the artist Ceija Stojka (1933 –2013). Beginning in the 1980s, Stojka created over a thousand drawings and paintings, whose subjects range from landscapes and recollections of her happy, prewar existence as part of a large horse-trading family to the mounting oppression of the Roma under the Nazi regime.
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Ed. Elliot Josephine Leila Reichert et al.

Samia Halaby

Centers of Energy
Samia Halaby (b. 1936) is widely recognised as a pioneer in twentieth-century abstraction and computer-generated art. The publication will bring together approximately thirty-five of Halaby’s paintings, prints and drawings in the first-ever American survey of her work.
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Ed. Marissa Del Toro et al.
"Xican-a.o.x. Body" centres the political and creative resistance of Xicanx artists from 1968 to the present. The publication presents new histories of Xicanx art, illustrating how artists foreground the Brown body to explore, expand, and complicate conceptions linked to Chicanx, Latinx and Xicanx experiences.
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Ed. David Evans Frantz et al.

Trans Hirstory in 99 Objects

Hardcover Edition
Surveying over four centuries, this volume brings together a wide-ranging selection of artworks and artefacts that highlight under-recognised histories of trans and gender-nonconforming communities. Through the contributions of artists, writers, poets, activists, and scholars, this title reflects on historical erasure to imagine trans futures.
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Ed. Klaus Albrecht Schröder et al.

Katharina Grosse

Why Three Tones Do Not Form a Triangle
Expansion and the permanent crossing of boundaries, freedom and autonomy form the cornerstones of Grosse’s (* 1961) oeuvre. Her creative work is experimental and unpredictable. With many photos from the artist’s private archive this volumes provides a profound insight into her working method, her sources of inspiration and the processes through which she generates her ideas.
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Ed. Andreas Schumacher

Venezia 500

The Gentle Revolution of Venetian Painting
In the Venice of the Renaissance, master artists like Bellini, Giorgione, Palma Vecchio and Titian explored the essence of mankind and nature and their relationship to each other with an unprecedented intensity. This attractive volume shows through important portraits and landscape representations the pioneering innovations of Venetian painting, which continued to leave their mark right up to the modern age.
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Ed. Elisabeth Leopold
Many artists share the desire for involvement with the self and their own appearance. In the oeuvre of Egon Schiele, self-portraits occupy a central role. Over a period of many years Schiele recorded himself in various poses and styles. This publication focuses in detail on this crucial and yet often only marginally mentioned aspect of his art.
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Ed. Anna-Carola Krausse et al.

Lotte Laserstein

Ett delat liv
The German-Swedish painter Lotte Laserstein (1898-1993) is one of the most exciting rediscoveries of recent years. The richly illustrated book with essays on Laserstein’s production in Berlin and her reception in Sweden as well as unpublished documentary material will enrich the existing knowledge of Laserstein’s life and work.
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Ed. Guido Messling et al.

Renaissance in the North

Holbein, Burgkmair, and the Age of the Fuggers
Hans Holbein the Elder and Hans Burgkmair are regarded alongside Albrecht Dürer as the forerunners of Renaissance painting in Germany. The prosperous Imperial and trading city of Augsburg was an important centre during this artistic golden age. By means of high-quality works this volume presents a comprehensive insight into the epochal revolution from the Middle Ages to the modern age.
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Ed. Michael Duncan

Advance of the Rear Guard

Ceeje Gallery: Out of the Mainstream in 1960s California
Los Angeles art of the past is a treasure trove, awaiting full excavation. Hiding in plain sight have been offbeat and lyrical works by an ethnically diverse group of artists who exhibited in a 1960s gallery with an alternative take on the mainstream: Ceeje Gallery, the dream project of gay couple, Cecil Hedrick and Jerry Jerome.
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Kevin D. Dumouchelle

Heroes

Principles of African Greatness
"Heroes: Principles of African Greatness" is a multilayered project that relays the stories of the key heroic principles and people in Africa’s arts and history, and considers the core values of leadership – justice, integrity, generosity and empathy. Each artwork in Heroes is paired with a historic African person, a “hero in history,” who embodies the thematic value featured in the selected work.
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Josephine Gabler

Käthe Kollwitz

The Great Masters of Art
Käthe Kollwitz is the woman artist from 20th-century Germany whose works are best-known internationally. She also enjoys the highest esteem beyond the boundaries of Europe. The inimitable, touching language of her graphic and sculptural works is universally understood and her haunting message is more topical than ever.
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Ed. Bundeskunsthalle Bonn

Everything at Once

Postmodernity, 1967-1992
In the postmodern era the conflicts of the present day, from right-wing populism to identity politics, were already in evidence. Spectacular examples from the fields of design, architecture, cinema, pop music, philosophy, art and literature tell of the beginnings of the information society, the unleashing of the financial markets, subcultures, disco, punk, techno-pop, shoulder pads and Memphis furniture.
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Ed. Anna-Carola Krausse et al.

Lotte Laserstein

A Divided Life
The German-Swedish painter Lotte Laserstein (1898-1993) is one of the most exciting rediscoveries of recent years. The richly illustrated book with essays on Laserstein’s production in Berlin and her reception in Sweden as well as unpublished documentary material will enrich the existing knowledge of Laserstein’s life and work.
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Ed. Helen Hirsch et al.

Not my Circus, not my Monkeys

The Motif of the Circus in Contemporary Art
Originating in late 18th-century London, the circus and its ring represent an antithesis to everyday life. The deliberate staging of beautiful make-believe and breathtaking acrobatics has long been a source of great fascination. At the same time, this world of illusions is fraught with social controversy and criticism, which international artists and leading experts address.
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Ed. Stefanie Heckmann et al.

Edvard Munch

Magic of the North
Edvard Munch’s radical modernity in painting was a challenge for his contemporaries. This applied in particular to the art scene in Berlin around 1900 which the Norwegian Symbolist artist influenced profoundly. In return, he received support there and was able to continue to develop his work. The publication is lavishly illustrated and describes knowledgeably the story of Munch and Berlin.
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Ed. National Museum of Women in the Arts

National Museum of Women in the Arts

Collection Highlights
The National Museum of Women in the Arts, Washington, D.C. – the first museum in the world solely dedicated to championing women through the arts – has a collection spanning five centuries and featuring artists from six continents. This book shares recent acquisitions and longtime favourites; its thematic organisation leads readers to new discoveries.
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Ed. Tove Haugsbø et al.

Harriet Backer

Every Atom is Colour
Harriet Backer (1845–1932) was one of Norway’s most prominent painters of the 19th century and a pioneer among women artists in Europe. In 1880, she debuted in the Paris Salon and lived in Munich and Paris. Back in Oslo, she established a successful school for painters. This catalogue presents Backer to an international audience, thus giving her back the place she deserves in art history.
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Ed. Tove Haugsbø et al.

Harriet Backer

Hvert atom er farge Norwegian Edition
Harriet Backer (1845–1932) was one of Norway’s most prominent painters of the 19th century and a pioneer among women artists in Europe. In 1880, she debuted in the Paris Salon and lived in Munich and Paris. Back in Oslo, she established a successful school for painters. This catalogue presents Backer to an international audience, thus giving her back the place she deserves in art history.
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Ed. Tove Haugsbø et al.

Harriet Backer

Swedish Edition
Harriet Backer (1845–1932) was one of Norway’s most prominent painters of the 19th century and a pioneer among women artists in Europe. In 1880, she debuted in the Paris Salon and lived in Munich and Paris. Back in Oslo, she established a successful school for painters. This catalogue presents Backer to an international audience, thus giving her back the place she deserves in art history.
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Ed. Kunsthalle Bielefeld et al.

Taking a Stand: Käthe Kollwitz

With Interventions by Mona Hatoum
Rough, unadorned and dismissed as ‟gutter art” in conservative circles: Käthe Kollwitz used her art uncompromisingly as a political voice for the social and human misery of her time. Her focus always lies on human dignity. This volume provides a wide-ranging insight into the artist’s commitment and creative work. Her oeuvre is more topical than ever today.
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Robert Fleck et al.

Mack

Painting
After a long break, Heinz Mack has been focusing intensively on painting again for over thirty years. A cross-section of his "Chromatische Konstellationen" from 1991 until the present day shows how he translates the greatest possible purity of colour, light and immateriality into a broad spectrum of colour sequences and structures. Texts by Heinz Mack and Robert Fleck illuminate the essence of these colour worlds.
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Ed. Christian Bauer

Erwin Osen

Egon Schiele´s Artist Friend
As the charismatic artist friend of Egon Schiele, Erwin Osen also left his mark on the key early years of Expressionism in Vienna. His multi-faceted relationship with Schiele reached an intensity that inspired Egon Schiele’s radical creative work, resulting in masterpieces of Austrian art. Erwin Osen was forgotten, but is now waiting to be rediscovered.
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Ed. Ralph Gleis et al.

Secessions

Klimt - Stuck - Liebermann
At the end of the 19th century the term “Secession” stood for the artistic beginnings of modernism. Art was surging forward towards freedom. Avant-garde artists showed their new creative works in the exhibitions of the Secession. In doing so they introduced innovative art movements to the public and helped Impressionism and Symbolism, for example, to achieve a breakthrough in the German-speaking region.
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Ed. Suzanne Ramljak

Mark Dion and Alexis Rockman

Journey to Nature's Underworld
"Mark Dion and Alexis Rockman: Journey to Nature’s Underworld" accompanies the first two-person survey exhibition of these closely allied artists, offering a compelling tour through ecological concerns central to their celebrated careers and into the shadowy depths of the threatened natural world.
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Ed. Anna O. Marley

Making American Artists

Stories from the Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts 1776–1976
This lavishly illustrated publication presents essays that offer groundbreaking re-interpretations of American art through the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts’ impressive historical and modern collections. Texts by leading scholars focus on the significant contributions made by Black, women, and LGBTQ+ artists whose careers were nurtured at PAFA.
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Ed. Marcus Andrew Hurttig et al.

Re-Connect

Kunst und Kampf im Bruderland - Art and Conflict in Brotherland
The creation of transnational art has become a matter of course in our globalised world. But what did the art produced by migrants in East Germany look like? The publication throws light on topics such as the cultural diplomacy of the GDR and its effects, the working conditions of contract workers and the taboo subject of racism.
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Teresa Grenzmann

Frida Kahlo

The Great Masters of Art
Frida Kahlo has become an icon of art with her powerfully expressive work. Her pictures not only reflect a view of herself, her fears, the biography of her illness, her passions and her joie de vivre; they also take up subjects which were regarded by society as taboo. As a pioneer of the feminist movement, this Mexican artist serves women the world over as a figure of identification.
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Ed. Elizabeth Nogrady et al.

Making & Meaning

The Frances Lehman Loeb Art Center of Vassar College Collections
"Making and Meaning" features select works from the Frances Lehman Loeb Art Center of Vassar College, located in Poughkeepsie, New York. Through illustrated essays and entriesas well as poetry and a timeline, this book reveals the profound richness of a collection extending from antiquity to the present day.
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Ed. Karsten Löckemann
Imi Knoebel (b. 1940) is regarded as a master of non-representational art. The monograph accompanying the retrospective in the Sammlung Goetz shows the entire spectrum of his creative artistic work from the 1960s until the present day. There is a particular focus on the connections between form and content within his works.
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Ed. Erik Eising et al.

Hugo van der Goes

Between Pain and Bliss
Hugo van der Goes (c. 1440–1482) was the most important Netherlandish artist of the second half of the 15th century. His innovative pictorial compositions are characterised by monumental figures and realistic narrative moments. They paved the way for the development of Netherlandish painting during the following centuries.
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Amanda Malmstrom et al.

Women Reframe American Landscape

Susie Barstow & Her Circle – Contemporary Practices
Illuminating the artistic contributions and perspectives of women, this book reinserts the important 19th-century American artist Susie Barstow into the history of the Hudson River School and presents contemporary artists who expand how we think about “land” and “landscape” today. Engaging multigenerational perspectives, it launches an expanded narrative that recenters women in the canon of American landscape art.
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Helmut Friedel

Arnulf Rainer

Rosarot Himmelblau
The art of Arnulf Rainer (*1929) is baffling. The “black overpainting”, with which he covers previous work, is world famous. We overlook the fact that overpaintings in red, blue, green and white also exist and thus that colour always belonged to his means of expression, as this volume vividly demonstrates.
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Wiebke Steinmetz et al.

Ruth Baumgarte

Werkverzeichnis / Catalogue Raisonné Vol. I-III
The artistic oeuvre of Ruth Baumgarte (1923–2013) is firmly rooted in the representational tradition. On the basis of the latest scientific research it is presented here with a complete catalogue raisonné in an opulent, three-volume edition.
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Ed. Sabine Hoffmann et al.

Olga Costa

Dialogues with Mexican Modernism
In her elective home country of Mexico, the artist Olga Costa (1913–1993), a native of Leipzig, has long been established as an important female voice of Mexican Modernism. This volume presents impressively her autonomous artistic work between Mexican and European Modernism, and follows the traces of her life from Germany out into the world and back again.
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Dorothy Moss et al.

Kinship

E-Book
Recent events have pushed artists to visualize ideas of closeness in a new light. "Kinship", published on the occasion of the National Portrait Gallery’s next “Portraiture Now” exhibition, features the work of eight leading contemporary artists who explore familial relationships through photography, painting, sculpture and performance.
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Ed. Astrid Ihle et al.

Street Life

Die Straße in der Kunst von Kirchner bis Streuli - The Street in Art from Kirchner to Streuli
The significance of the street is complex: it is a place of representation, self-dramatisation and communication, of resistance and protest. In this lavishly illustrated volume we encounter the bandwidth of this highly topical subject and its implementation in painting, graphics, photography, film, performance and installation during the 20th and 21st centuries.
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Ed. Ilka Voermann

Chagall

Verden i opprør Norwegian edition
Marc Chagall (1887–1985) is regarded as the poet amongst modernist artists. His works from the 1930s and 1940s are less well known. In them, his bright  colour palette became darker. Even in the early 1930s, Chagall addressed the increasingly aggressive anti-Semitism and touched in his artistic works on central themes such as identity, homeland and exile.
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Ed. Synagoge Stommeln - Stadt Pulheim

One Site - One Space - One Work

30 Years of Art Projects in Stommeln Synagogue
In 1991, the town of Pulheim initiated the Stommeln Synagogue art project, a permanent process of examination of this historically significant location. Since then it has continued to make a contribution to a culture of remembrance. A wide-ranging overview of remarkable works is being assembled on the occasion of the 30th anniversary of the synagogue.
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Ed. Debra Diamond et al.

A Splendid Land

Paintings from Royal Udaipur
How and why did painters centre sensory experience, enchanting emotions and cultural landscapes in South Asia? "A Splendid Land" is the first book to address this question through dazzling paintings made over a period of two hundred years that extends from Mughal to colonial India. The works have never been published or exhibited in the United States.
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Gilbert Vicario

Agnes Pelton

The Great Masters of Art
The spiritually inspired pictures of Agnes Pelton (1881–1961) have their roots in the desert of California, a place where the artist settled in 1932 and where she lived until her death. She wrote of her highly symbolic paintings that her pictures were “like little windows”, which opened up a view into the interior, her “message of light to the world”.
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Gisela Geiger

Heinrich Campendonk

The Great Masters of Art
The youngest member of the Blauer Reiter group was overshadowed for a long time by fellow painters such as Wassily Kandinsky, Franz Marc, August Macke, and Paul Klee. But in recent years, Heinrich Campendonk has enjoyed an unparalleled rediscovery and a new critical assessment of his extensive oeuvre.
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Ed. Colin B. Bailey et al.

Georg Baselitz. 100 Drawings

From the Beginning until the Present
The famous international German artist Georg Baselitz has donated a collection of works on paper to both the Albertina Museum in Vienna and the Morgan Library & Museum in New York. The publication combines the 100 sheets to create a representative retrospective, providing by virtue of its concentration an important contribution to the understanding of his entire oeuvre.
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Ed. Kunstmuseum Thun et al.

The Other Kabul

Remains of the Garden
Kabul was once famous for being a city of blossoming gardens. Today our perception of the Afghan capital is dominated by images of suffering and destruction. Considering Kabul’s gardens as part of its cultural heritage, Afghan and non-Afghan artists reflect on a different Kabul, without ignoring the crises of the past and present.
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Rudolf 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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Dorothy Moss et al.
Recent events have pushed artists to visualize ideas of closeness in a new light. "Kinship", published on the occasion of the National Portrait Gallery’s next “Portraiture Now” exhibition, features the work of eight leading contemporary artists who explore familial relationships through photography, painting, sculpture and performance.
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Ed. Elsy Lahner et al.
The Italian-American artist Francesco Clemente (b. 1952) is one of the main representatives of the postmodern Transavantgarde and Arte Cifra, the Italian version of Neo-Expressionism. Among his extensive oeuvre, the publication focuses on Clemente’s major works series.
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This book spotlights a complex art collection established at the intersection of modern art and social justice. In 1963, as civil rights protests swirled across the fiercely segregated state, this liberal arts college became an unlikely hub in Mississippi envisioned as “an interracial oasis in which the fine arts are the focus and magnet.”
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Ed. Hanna G. Diedrichs gen. Thormann

Kubra Khademi

Political Bodies
Kubra Khademi (b. 1989) lives in Paris and focuses in her work on her life as a woman and a person with direct experience as a refugee. This makes it both political and highly topical. Multi-faceted themes pervade her art, including her function as a mouthpiece and as an element in the fight for the fundamental rights of women, as well as artistic work in exile and in a Muslim society.
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Ed. Mirjam Fischer et al.

Stéphane Zaech

Nefertiti
The artist monograph presents a representative overview of the artistic work of Stéphane Zaech (b. 1966). His paintings are technically sophisticated and are created through an investigation of the works of the old masters – Titian, Velasquez and Picasso. At the same time he distorts the “classical” picture types and translates them into contemporary art.
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Ed. Lisa Fischman
Kanishka Raja’s ravishingly patterned work, as the artist put it, “explores the intersection of representation, craft, technology, and the gaps that occur in the transmission of information.” Conceptually heady and aesthetically alluring, Raja’s I and I series combines painting with woven, scanned, printed, embroidered and reproduced counterparts.
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"Cosmos" offers new approaches on the stunning art works of Eduardo Terrazas (* 1936). Four well known authors present a multidisciplinary vision on the artists ongoing series "Possibilities of a Structure". Which suggests at once a curiosity in the fabric of our universe and a profoundly human hope for an underlying rationality behind the chaos of the world.
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Ed. Jürgen B. Tesch

Annette Werndl

Color is my Music
Abstract and expressive – the works of the color virtuoso Annette Werndl (b. 1956 in Deggendorf, Bavaria) are internationally appreciated and exhibited. The monograph assembles her works from the past years which were inspired mainly by sojourns in the United States and especially New York, and by the development of the music of the time (jazz, blues and pop).
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Eduardo Terrazas

Cosmos Spanish Edition
"Cosmos" offers new approaches on the stunning art works of Eduardo Terrazas (* 1936). Four well known authors present a multidisciplinary vision on the artists ongoing series "Possibilities of a Structure". Which suggests at once a curiosity in the fabric of our universe and a profoundly human hope for an underlying rationality behind the chaos of the world.
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Over the course of seven decades, Twinka Thiebaud has collaborated with more than thirty artists working in photography, painting and drawing. This catalogue explores her body of work as an artist’s model alongside developments in photographic techniques and technology, and the role of nature in defining West Coast experimentation.
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Ed. Elsy Lahner et al.

Xenia Hausner

True Lies English Edition
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. Elizabeth Wyckoff

Catching the Moment

Contemporary Art from the Ted L. and Maryanne Ellison Simmons Collection
The catalogue highlights the depth and relevance of the exceptional collection acquired from St. Louis collectors Ted L. and Maryanne Ellison Simmons. The artworks address a broad array of contemporary cultural issues and participate in many discourses of art from the 1960s to the present.
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Wilfried Rogasch

Gustav Klimt

The Great Masters of Art
Gustav Klimt is the one artist whose name we associate in particular with Viennese Jugendstil and the “Golden Age”. As a sought-after painter of frescoes and the founding president of the Vienna Secession, the portraitist of fashionable ladies and an illustrator of unashamed eroticism, Klimt was both the enfant terrible and the darling of Viennese society.
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Ed. Roger Diederen et al.

Silent Rebels

Symbolism in Poland around 1900
The turn of the 19th century was a golden age for Polish art. The publication features about 130 masterpieces of painting from this era between nineteenth-century decadence and a new beginning, and describes its roots in Polish history, culture and nature as well as the close connections with wider European art scenes.
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Ed. Michaela Appel et al.

Inspired by Country

Bark Paintings from Northern Australia
The Gerd and Helga Plewig Collection of Bark Paintings from Northern Australia with works mainly from the 1950s to 1970s is currently considered the best collection of its kind outside of Australia. It includes works from the Kimberley, Wadeye, the Tiwi Islands, Arnhem Land and Groote Eylandt by artists like Yirawala, Mawalan Marika and Mungurrawuy Yunupingu.
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Franklin Kelly

Thomas Cole's Studio

Memory and Inspiration
In December 1846 Thomas Cole excitedly began work in his new studio, but his early death left his great ambitions unfinished. The studio and its deep impact on future artists is described by renowned Cole scholar, Franklin Kelly and further contributors, bringing new understanding to the critical last phase of Cole’s career.
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Ed. Guido Messling et al.

Cranach

The Early Years in Vienna
Around 1500, Lucas Cranach the Elder steps onto the world stage – in Vienna. The publication explores this, the artist’s earliest period of work and presents all the paintings he produced during this time, their expressiveness radically different from the courtly-elegant compositions he subsequently produced as court painter in Wittenberg.
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Ed. Ilka Voermann

Art for No One

1933-1945
Between 1933 and 1945, artistic creativity within the German Reich was almost totally under the control of the National Sociali state. Many artists emigrated. But what about the ones who remained in Germany? Under what social and economic conditions did they focus on their art and what options for activity were open to them?
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Ed. Helen Hirsch et al.

René Myrha

A Singular Universe
At the centre of René Myrha’s (*1939) expressive oeuvre lie landscapes and rigorous compositional room perspectiveswhich are transformed into stage-like settings. They form the scenery for the choreography of his figures. Myrha examines them through specific media in drawings, oil, acrylic, sculpture and reliefs.
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Ed. Dakota Hoska et al.

Here, Now

Indigenous Arts of North America at the Denver Art Museum
"Here, Now: Indigenous Arts of North America at the Denver Art Museum" features 200 of the museum’s most notable Indigenous artworks. It reinterprets the collection and reveals new insights into the historic and contemporary work of Indigenous artists. Contributions by Indigenous authors reflect on the collection and current issues.
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Ed. Gilbert Vicario

Agnes Pelton

Desert Transcendentalist
Agnes Pelton: Desert Transcendentalist will be the first survey of this under recognized American painter in over 22 years. Her distinctive paintings could be described as metaphysical landscapes rooted in the California desert near Cathedral City. Pelton chiefly drew on her own inspirations, superstitions, and beliefs to exemplify emotional states.
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Ed. Andrea Jahn et al.
Quite apart from her position as the wife and model of Lovis Corinth (1858–1925), Charlotte Berend-Corinth (1880–1967) shone as an artist and was, like Käthe Kollwitz, one of the few women members of the Berlin Secession. This bibliophile monograph is dedicated to the highly gifted, successful and unfairly neglected artist and presents an impressive synopsis of her oeuvre.
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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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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. Patrice Giasson

Nicolás De Jesús

A Mexican Artist for Global Justice
Well-known for his etchings on bark paper featuring dazzling skeleton-characters working, celebrating, walking the streets, or crossing borders, Nicolás De Jesús’s political commitment is also expressed through powerful large-scale paintings that tackle a wide range of urgent themes including immigration, human rights, and environmental instability.
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Ed. Ute Franke et al.

Iran

Five Millennia of Art and Culture
Lying between deserts, mountain chains and seas, Iran developed a fascinating cultural landscape. 360 objects from the time of the first advanced civilisations during the 3rd millennium BC until the end of the Safavid Empire in the early 18th century illustrate the outstanding significance of Iran as the initiator and centre of intercultural exchange.
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Ed. Frank Feltens et al.

Sesson Shūkei

A Zen Monk-Painter in Medieval Japan
Three essays by leading scholars in the field of Japanese art explore Sesson Shūkei’s unique life and unconventional painting style, as well as how scholarly perceptions of the artist have changed over time. Fifty-three entries highlight major works by Sesson as well as those by other artists before, during, and after his time.
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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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Ed. Martin Schwander

Édouard Vuillard

Im Louvre - Bilder für eine Basler Villa / In the Louvre – Paintings for a Basel Villa
In 1921/22 Édouard Vuillard created a cycle of six paintings for the entrance hall of the Villa Bauer in Basel. Four large-format pictures show exhibition rooms in the Louvre from Antiquity to French Rococo painting. Two sopraporte provide an intimate insight into the artist’s art collection.
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David Riedel

Conrad Felixmüller

The Great Masters of Art
Conrad Felixmüller (1897–1977) is regarded as one of the most important representatives of the Second Generation of German Expressionism. He celebrated initial major successes with his art during the Weimar Republic. This volume illustrates the life and work of this unusual artist, whose creative career reflects more than half a century of art and contemporary history.  
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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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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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Christoph Wagner

Hermann Stenner

A Pioneer of German Expressionism
The painter Hermann Stenner (1891–1914) was one of the outstanding talents of the 20th century. It is impressive to note that he achieved his rapid artistic development and distinct pictorial language during just five years of study and creative work. His remarkably extensive oeuvre is being rediscovered today following his death at an early age during the First World War.  
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David Riedel

Peter August Böckstiegel

The Expression of his Roots
Peter August Böckstiegel gilt als der bedeutendste westfälische Expressionist und zählt zu den wichtigen Vertretern der Klassischen Moderne. Gemälde voll expressiver Strahlkraft stehen in seinem Werk neben sensiblen Stimmungsbildern und ausdrucksstarken Plastiken – ein Künstler, der mit seinem hochspannenden Œuvre zu Recht seit Jahren immer stärker in den Fokus der Öffentlichkeit rückt.
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Ed. Amy Torbert et al.

Art Along the Rivers

A Bicentennial Celebration
"Art Along the Rivers" coincides with the Missouri state bicentennial. It presents extraordinary objects produced or collected within a 150-mile region around St. Louis. Beginning with the ancient Mississippian culture followed by the Osage, French, African American, German, British, and artists today, these communities developed rich artistic traditions that have vibrant legacies.
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Ed. Alessandra Nappo et al.

Tense Conditions

A Presentation of the Contemporary Art Collection
In its new presentation of the collection, the Staatsgalerie Stuttgart establishes a dialogue between works from the private Scharpff-Striebich collection and works from its own stocks. Contemporary positions and works since the 1960s which gain a new topicality through the retrospective view, make clear the complexity and contradictory nature of our society.
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Lukas Gloor

The Bührle Collection

History, Full Catalogue and 70 Masterpieces
Paul Cézanne, Auguste Renoir, Claude Monet and many others – between 1936 and 1956 the Swiss industrialist Emil Bührle (1890– 1956) assembled an impressive collection around French Impressionism. As the owner of the largest weapons factory in the country he had close links to the historical events of the period from World War II to the Cold War.
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Ed. Christian Jacobs

Lost Horizons

Udo Rein
Udo Rein (b. 1960) is a video artist and painter and lives in Munich. In his work he examines social and cultural contrasts worldwide. His pictorial language starts out from documentary film sequences and builds on fractal constructions and deconstructions which he translates into collages of film stills and oil and acrylic paints on wood panels.
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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. 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. Galerie Kornfeld, Berlin

Tammam Azzam

Bilder ohne Namen / Untitled Pictures
Stirring paintings, colourful picture collages made from countless scraps of paper, moving photo collages – the art of Tammam Azzam (b. 1980 in Damascus) is multi-faceted, political and topical. The publication provides a comprehensive overview of the oeuvre of the Syrian artist and describes his career over the past 20 years.
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Ed. Nicole Gnesa
Philip Grözinger’s art derives from his investigations of future-oriented visions. With his individualistic painterly signature he invites the viewer to join him on a surreal journey through the pictorial traditions of the Pop culture of recent decades. This volume is a retrospective which provides a comprehensive overview of his outstanding oeuvre.
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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 Mountains / 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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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. Stephan Koja
In the art of the Italian Renaissance, the subject of the Madonna with Child was chosen for pictures more frequently than any other.  Raphael’s paintings are regarded as some of the most innovative compositions to this day, 500 years after his death. Their groundbreaking significance is illuminated in this volume through comparisons with other principal works of the period, including those by Botticelli and Mantegna.
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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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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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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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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. 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. 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. 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. 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. 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. Zweigstelle Berlin

Elvira Lantenhammer

Color Siteplan
Elvira Lantenhammer’s paintings are colour events which rely to a considerable extent on intensity of colour. The choice of colour and its application take place intuitively in an examination of the effects of colours and their interaction with regard to a specific location. The term Site Plan, under which the abstract works are subsumed, serves here as an open action grid which conquers new spaces for the colours.
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Ed. Dr. Marion Bornscheuer

Astrid Lowack

The Elements of Transcendence
The elements of Astrid Lowack’s (*1969) photographic-artistic transcendence are light, movement and water. As the driving forces of life they relentlessly bring about change and reflect our innermost being – our feelings and experiences. Her snapshots remain thereby constant imaginative challenges to human perception.
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Ed. Alexandra Barcal et al.

Franz Gertsch

Looking Back
The internationally famous Swiss artist Franz Gertsch will celebrate his 90th birthday in 2020. The Graphische Sammlung ETH Zürich, which has a long-standing relationship with the artist and which is one of the most important presentation locations for his printed works, is taking advantage of this occasion as a reason for an exhibition and a bibliophile jubilee publication.
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Hans-Michael Koetzle

László Moholy-Nagy

The Great Masters of Art
László Moholy-Nagy (1895–1946), painter, photographer, Bauhaus teacher and founder of the “New Bauhaus” and the “School of Design” in Chicago, is one of the most important artist personalities of the modern age. As one of the first artists to work in multiple media, who practised painting, sculpture, photography, film and design as equally valid art genres, he set standards which are still relevant today.
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Isabel Schulz

Kurt Schwitters

Merz Art
Kurt Schwitters (1887–1948) is one of the most influential protagonists of the avant-garde, both as an artist and an author. With his utopia of the total Merz vision of the world he aimed at the unification of art and non-art. The art of assemblage and material art reached its first high point in his work; his Merzbau is regarded as a forerunner of present-day installations.
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Frank Laukötter

Paula Modersohn-Becker

The Great Masters of Art
When Paula Modersohn-Becker’s artist friends examined her extensive estate a few weeks after her death, they were overwhelmed. They only gradually realised that in the painter, who had died so young, they had had an outstanding artist in their midst. Modersohn-Becker was largely unrecognised during her lifetime but is regarded today as one of the pioneers of Expressionism.
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Ed. Wilfried Rogasch

Alfons Mucha

The Great Masters of Art
At the beginning of the twentieth century, when Alfons Mucha went to the United States for four years as a lecturer, the world-famous poster designer, Art-Nouveau book illustrator, designer, photographer and painter was greeted with enthusiasm. Mucha is regarded as one of the most important representatives of Jugendstil; he knew how to move between the various genres more skilfully than virtually any other artist of his day.
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Ed. Dieter Ronte
The painter and performance artist Helmut Schober (* 1947) is famous internationally. For some 40 years he has devoted his attention to the vortex and its trans-cultural content. Over the decades the vortex has remained a constant in his œuvre, always borne by his principal interests in representing and making light, time, space and the cosmos tangible.
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Ed. Mamuka Bliadze et al.

Natela Iankoshvili

An Artist's Life between Coercion and Freedom
Natela Iankoshvili is regarded as the most important woman artist in Georgia during the 20th century.  Born in Tiflis in 1918, she spent her entire life in Georgia. The career of the prize-winning artist was crowned in 2000 with the opening of her own museum in the capital, to which she bequeathed over one thousand works from her unconventional oeuvre.
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Ed. Hilti Art Foundation

Hilti Art Foundation. The Collection

Vol. 1: Classical Modernism 1880-1950
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 1 of the two-part catalogue of the collection presents 80 selected works from the late nineteenth to the mid-twentieth century, from Paul Gauguin to Alberto Giacometti.
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Ed. Finbarr Barry Flood

There Where You Are Not

Selected Writings of Kamal Boullata
There Where You Are Not brings together the writings of celebrated Palestinian artist and theorist Kamal Boullata. Produced over four decades of exile in Europe, North Africa, and the United States, the essays explore intersections between aesthetics, history, and politics that are central to the historiography of modern Arab art.
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Ed. Burcu Dogramaci

Uninterrupted Fugue

Art by Kamal Boullata
Uninterrupted Fugue features a selection of critical essays about the art of Palestinian artist Kamal Boullata. Written by leading scholars and appearing for the first time in a single volume, this range of analytical perspectives on art and exile, modernity and tradition offers rare insights to readers interested in contemporary art beyond the Western canon.
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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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Marianne von Manstein et al.

Wilhelm Leibl

The Art of Seeing
Wilhelm Leibl (1844–1900) is regarded as one of the most significant portraitists and an important representative of Realism in Europe. With large-format illustrations of 40 paintings and 60 drawings, this volume accompanies the first comprehensive museum exhibition with a focus on portraits and representations of figures to be shown in Switzerland and Austria.
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Ed. Alexander Eiling et al.
Making van Gogh focuses on the œuvre of Vincent van Gogh in the context of its reception. The publication examines the particular role which German gallerists, collectors, critics and museums played in the story of his success. At the same time it sheds light on the importance of van Gogh as a role model for the avant-garde generation of artists.
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Ed. Nicole Gnesa
The paintings and drawings of Michele Melillo (*1977) enchant the viewer with their lightness and harmonious colours. Accompanied by an explanatory essay by Veit Ziegelmaier, this comprehensive artist monograph reproduces for the first time works from all work cycles by the young German painter and graphic artist.
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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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Outsider & Vernacular Art

The Victor F. Keen Collection
In the last five decades the popularity of outsider art – works by artists working outside of the art establishment – has grown exponentially. Museums, galleries, and the public worldwide have embraced these powerful works. Victor Keen’s Collection at the Bethany Mission Gallery, Philadelphia, is one of the leading outsider art collections in the U.S.
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Ed. Landesgalerie Niederösterreich, Krems

Franz Hauer

Self-made Man and Art Collector
The book is dedicated to legendary Viennese art collector Franz Hauer. The son of a mailman from Lower Austria became one of the key figures of his time. Franz Hauer started out penniless, became an exemplary self-made man, and built an art collection with important groups of works by Egon Schiele, and Oskar Kokoschka. Today, its treasures are held by numerous important museums in Europe and the US.
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Ed. Elsy Lahner et al.

Nitsch

Spaces of Color
Hermann Nitsch produced his first “poured” paintings around 1960. In this form of action painting, the artist is primarily concerned with the substance of the paint, which he investigates from one Painting Action to the next. This catalog illustrates the development of his painterly works from the early 1960s to the present day.
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Ed. Annette Vogel

Hans Purrmann

Vitality of Colour
A master of colour and an ambitious cosmopolite: Hans Purrmann (1880–1966) was an authoritative figure who forged links in European Modernism both as an artist and a personality, as a stylist and a figure of social integration. The balance between a record of what he saw and the visual reflexion of painting as a form of expression hovers lightly in his pictures.
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Meike Hoffmann et al.

Escape into Art?

The Brücke Painters in the Nazi Period
Based on the extensive stocks of the Brücke-Museum, the publication discusses in detail the everyday reality of the artists under the National Socialists. The measures carried out against the former “Brücke” members as a result of Nazi art policy are explained, together with the direct effects on their creative work and the self-image of the painters within the context of the times.
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Ed. Christian Briend et al.

The Cubist Cosmos

From Picasso to Léger
This volume unfolds the development of Cubism between 1907 and 1917. It conveys the moment’s enormous stylistic range and its revolutionary potential for the art that would follow during the twentieth century. It also presents as part of the story of Cubism the way that representatives of the avant-garde adopted and transformed the Cubist pictorial language.  
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Christoph Wagner

Johannes Itten

The Great Masters of Art
When the State Bauhaus opened in Weimar in 1918, the Swiss artist and art theorist Johannes Itten (1888–1967) was one of the first teachers to be appointed by Walter Gropius. With his preliminary course Itten had a considerable effect on the creative training in the Bauhaus; to this day his insights into the theory of colours set standards in art education and in the field of design.
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Ed. Brandon Brame Fortune

Eye to I

Self-Portraits from the National Portrait Gallery
This richly illustrated book features an introduction by the National Portrait Gallery’s chief curator and nearly 150 insightful entries on key self-portraits in the museum’s collection. "Eye to I" provides readers with an overview of self-portraiture while revealing the intersections that exist between art, life, and self-representation.
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Brigitte Salmen

Marianne von Werefkin

The Great Masters of Art
She was not only a talented artist but also a shrewd free thinker and hostess: at the beginning of the twentieth century famous artists including Wassily Kandinsky, Gabriele Münter, Alfred Kubin, Adolf Erbslöh, Erma Bossi, Franz Marc and August Macke assembled in Marianne von Werefkin’s salon in the Schwabing district of Munich.
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Christoph Wagner

Johannes Itten

Catalogue Raisonné Vol. I. Paintings, Watercolors, Drawings. 1907-1938
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. Philipp Demandt et al.

King of the Animals

Wilhelm Kuhnert and the Image of Africa
Wilhelm Kuhnert was a pioneer. He was one of the first European artists to travel to the largely unexplored savannahs and jungles of the German colonies in North and East Africa. Under hazardous conditions he documented at close quarters the fascinating animal and plant world and then created in his Berlin studio monumental paintings which were much sought-after on the art market.
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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. Nationalmuseum Oslo

Harald Sohlberg

Uendelige Landskap Norwegian Edition
Majestic and magical landscapes, the soft beauty of fields of flowers, the raw cold of winter: the works of Harald Sohlberg combine a Romantic perception of nature with a contemporary pictorial language akin to Symbolism. This volume assembles some 60 paintings, in addition to a number of drawings, prints and photographs by the artist and grants insight into his conceptual world through his correspondence.
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Ed. HL Museumsverwaltung

Museum Liaunig

An Austrian Collector’s Museum
Fully integrated into the nature of the Corinthian countryside, the Museum Liaunig is at once restrained and spectacular. An outstanding example of contemporary museum architecture, it creates spaces for the Liaunig collections whose focus is on Austrian art from the post-war era to the present.
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Stefan Kutzenberger et al.

Koloman Moser

The Great Masters of Art
Admired by contemporaries as an artistic “jack-of-all-trades”, Koloman Moser (1868–1918) is regarded today as one of the most important representatives of the Viennese Secession of around 1900. As a graphic artist and designer Moser was unparalleled in his artistic diversity, creating furniture, textiles, and objects – for the Wiener Werkstätte among others – that are icons of Modernism, as well as leaving behind an impressive oeuvre of paintings.  
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Ed. Jürgen B. Tesch

Gerhard Berger

Between Worlds
In decades of artistic production Gerhard Berger (born in 1933) has arrived at a unique, characteristic visual language. His representation of humans, oscillating between figurative and abstract painting, is rooted in the great myths of humankind and in the religious visual conceptions of the world’s cultures.  
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Ed. Hall Art Foundation

Landscapes After Ruskin

Redefining the Sublime
John Ruskin was an influential English art critic and social thinker of the Victorian era, who famously argued that the principal concern of the artist is “truth to nature.” For Ruskin, this truth entailed more than merely adept technical representation: artists should, in fact, depict the natural world as mankind experiences it, with all the sensations of both beauty and terror it elicits.  
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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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Ed. Art Centre Basel et al.

Towards Impressionism

Landscape Painting from Corot to Monet
The catalogue of the exhibition to be shown at the Cornell Fine Arts Museum, Winter Park, FL and the Frye Art Museum, Seattle, WA will present a choice selection of 19th century French paintings from the Musée des Beaux-Arts, Reims in order to trace the history of French art from the Romantics to the School of Barbizon, the circle of Honfleur, and up to Impressionism.
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Ed. Bauhaus-Archiv et al.

New Bauhaus Chicago

Experiment Photography
This lavishly illustrated volume looks from both sides of the Atlantic at 80 years of photography from Chicago. At the New Bauhaus and what later became the Institute of Design, teachers like László Moholy-Nagy, György Kepes, Arthur Siegel, Harry Callahan and Aaron Siskind taught an uninhibited approach to the medium which influenced generations of photographers.
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Ed. Zürcher Kunstgesellschaft / Kunsthaus Zürich

Praised and Ridiculed

French Painting 1820-1880
In the juxtaposition of so-called “Salon painters” and “Reformers of painting” this volume offers a discriminating look at the controversial styles in French painting between 1820 and 1880 and the developments within the traditional genres.
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Ed. Kunst- und Ausstellungshalle der Bundesrepublik Deutschland GmbH et al.
Otto Dix, Franz Marc, Emil Nolde, Paul Cézanne, Vasily Kandinsky and Claude Monet – when over 1,000 artworks by outstanding artists of the modern era appeared on the scene in 2012, the find was celebrated as a sensation, though the suspicion that it might be art looted by the Nazis also reared its head. This extensive, lavishly illustrated publication documents for the first time a selection of works from the estate of the art dealer Hildebrand Gurlitt and examines the ...
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Thorsten Sadowsky

Ernst Ludwig Kirchner

The Great Masters of Art
Ernst Ludwig Kirchner (1880–1938) is one of the most important artist personalities of the twentieth century; many of his works have become icons of Expressionism. Vacillating between self-doubt and egocentricity, the artist created an incomparably multi-faceted oeuvre with a remarkable instinct for the trends and imbalances of his time.  
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Dagmar Täube

In) Formation

On the Philosophy and Art of Alice Teichert
Alice Teichert’s paintings are known for their holographic depth and unique lunimosity, for their visual poetry and mutifacetted proximity to music. With lines, shapes and colour, she unfolds new realms that when looked at reveal themselves, once the viewer stops trying to “decipher”.
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Ed. Kunstmuseum Bonn et al.

Gerhard Richter

About Painting
Gerhard Richter (*1932) is an exceptional personality – not because his pictures are world famous, but because he has demonstrated a new approach to painting. His art masterfully moves between abstraction and representation, sensuousness and denial – ambivalent attitudes which he demonstrated even in his early work.
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Ed. Cathrin Klingsöhr-Leroy

Blue Land and City Noise

An Expressionist Stroll through Art and Literature
“Are there still any surprises left to be had when it comes to German Expressionism?”, asks the writer Michael Kumpfmüller. Yes, there are, as this beautifully produced volume demonstrates by inviting the reader to an interesting and inspiring stroll through the world of Expressionism with pictures and texts which are seldom shown.
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Diethard Leopold

Egon Schiele

The Great Masters of Art
Egon Schiele (1890–1918) is nowadays regarded as one of the leading pioneers of Modernism in Austria. Although he already enjoyed some success during his lifetime and came to be considered Austria’s greatest artist following his death, his outstanding importance for art was recognized only in the early 1950s.
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Diethard Leopold

Richard Gerstl

The Great Masters of Art
The art academy failed to recognise his talent; he rejected the contemporary art scene in Vienna; and his visionary work was largely neglected during his lifetime: the painter Richard Gerstl (1883–1908), whose creative period lasted for just four intensive years, is regarded today as one of the most important representatives of Austrian Expressionism for his portraits and landscapes.   
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Ed. Jürgen B. Tesch

Paper Dances

Maria Beykirch
Pictures of poetic power and joie-de-vivre and characters, syllables of words and digits hidden in layers of painting: Maria Beykirch fires the imagination more vividly than most other artists with her drawings and paintings and conjures up in the eyes and minds of viewers an infinite succession of imaginary worlds.  
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Ed. Jüdisches Museum der Stadt Frankfurt et al.

Eavesdropper on an Age

Ludwig Meidner in Exile
Apocalypse, the city, war, religion, the portrait, exile and existential trauma – Ludwig Meidner (1884–1966) is regarded as one of the outstanding artists of German Expressionism. With the accuracy of a seismograph he recorded in his pictorial and literary works the shocks which reverberated through his time.
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Ed. Werner-Reinisch-Institut

Werner Reinisch

Villages de lumière et îles de réves
Few artists symbolise Franco-German friendship more effectively than Werner Reinisch. For over 50 years he has been composing his expressive works in France in the region of Ardèche, where he has found inspiration in the light and the surroundings. This comprehensive monograph is also a documentation and homage to the artist and his oeuvre.  
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Ed. Corinna Thierolf

Gerhard Richter - Brigid Polk

Königsklasse III
In 1970 in Munich Gerhard Richter met Brigid Berlin alias Brigid Polk, Andy Warhol’s legendary muse and enfant terrible of New York’s high society. This meeting gave rise to Richter’s important “Brigid Polk” series, based on Polaroid self-portraits by the eccentric artist: a dialogue between America and Europe, photography and painting, artist and muse.  
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Ed. Oliver Kornhoff

Bernard Schultze

A Bright Wisp, a Glistening Wind Englische Cover-Ausgabe
31 May 2015 would have been Bernard Schultze’s one-hundredth birthday. On the occasion of this anniversary the publication featuring approximately eighty works of art honours the extensive oeuvre of one of the most important Art Informel artists.
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special edition
Ed. Christoph Schreier
Over the course of the past years, painting has undergone a spectacular renaissance in the arts capital of New York at the hands of a generation of artists who will no longer be told how art should and should not be made. Eleven positions reveal the current importance and variety of a genre many believed had no future.
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special edition
Kay Heymer

Pavel Feinstein

The Small Format
Citrus fruits with empty oyster shells, chicken eggs stamped with best-before dates and unmoving nudes in empty spaces: Inspired by seventeenth-century painting, Pavel Feinstein transposes artistic traditions to the present day, toys with the viewer’s perceptions and sometimes even blurs the boundaries between the painter and the model.
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special edition
Tilman Spengler et al.

Herbert Nauderer

Mouseman’s Land
Herbert Nauderer whisks viewers of his work away to a parallel world. The drawings, collages and retouched pictures that constitute his “Mausmannsland” (Mouseman’s Land) cycle coalesce into dark dream sequences. They are linked by the “Mausmann” (Mouseman), a figure wearing a black mask whose threatening silhouette is reminiscent of Mickey Mouse.
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Ed. Caroline Messensee et al.

Messensee

Beyond Contradictions
The wish to create more than just an image as a mere reflection, more than just art for its own sake: Jürgen Messensee is an artist with many facets, hence it is not always easy to categorise his oeuvre. This beautifully illustrated book about his recent paintings, drawings and sculptures shows the abstract artist in all his versatility and profundity.
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Ed. Andrea C. Theil

Rita de Muynck

Under the Skin
Expressionistic and imbued with colour, the work of Rita De Muynck draws the observer into an autonomous world of experience. Dreams, the vigorous subconscious and synesthesia find sensual expression in her large figurative paintings and witty day and night drawings. This lavishly illustrated book presents her work from 1998 to 2013, accompanied by literary and scientific essays as well as personal contributions.
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Collector's edition

Uta Reinhardt

Roebuck, 2012
Uta Reinhardt’s compositions are compelling. Her paintings, most of which feature human or animal figures, cause the viewer to try to understand what is happening on the canvas. Figures, some only partly formed, are in strange positions and alien  situations, isolated and distant from each other and from the viewer.
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Ed. Maerzgalerie et al.

Hans Aichinger

Truth or Duty Englische Ausgabe
The oeuvre of the Leipzig-based artist Hans Aichinger (*1959) is dedicated to the representational. Figural compositions with a great density of content that can be ascribed to the New Leipzig School are executed in a hyper-realistic manner of painting and virtuoso artistic technique.
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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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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. Michael Schultz

SEO

Personal Cosmos
Ten years ago, the Korean artist SEO went to Berlin in search of traditional European painting. She stayed on and became the master pupil of Georg Baselitz. Today, the work of this internationally known artist can be found in many of the most important museums and collections, such as the Museum of Modern Art and the Guggenheim in New York.
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Ed. Maria Schneider
The pictures of Julia Avramidis are never conclusively explicable; there is no simple solution to her riddles and secrets. Despite the abstraction of the representational, the collages – seemingly thrown together in haste – permit us to recognise life deep down, hidden beneath the layers of materials.
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Ed. Stephan Koja et al.

Edward Hopper

Inner and Outer Worlds
Edward Hopper is one of the bestknown American artists of the 20th century. His works are regarded as the epitome of a representation of American life. This catalogue casts a fresh look at Hopper’s oeuvre and analyses it in a dialogue with works by the old masters. This is a completely new approach, because to date works by Hopper and the old masters have never been shown together.  
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Ed. Reinhard & Sonja Ernst Stiftung, Wiesbaden

Abstract Expressionism - And Beyond

American Painting in the Collection Reinhard Ernst
This lavishly illustrated publication shows outstanding works of postwar American art prior to the opening of the Museum Reinhard Ernst in Wiesbaden. From Josef Albers via Helen Frankenthaler to Andy Warhol and Julian Schnabel, they illustrate the impressive variety of abstract positions on the other side of the Atlantic.
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new
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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released on 09/2024
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new
Ed. Frank Feltens

Imagined Neighbors

Visions of China in Japanese Art 1680-1980 E-Pdf
This publication examines the Japanese artistic understanding of China from the late 1600s, Japan’s period of seclusion, to its age of modernization after the mid-nineteenth century. The volume focuses on the ways Japanese painters from the late 1600s to the twentieth century pictured China, both as a real place and an imagined promised land. It features three essays by renowned Japanese art historians in addition to more than fifty catalogue entries highlighting unusual artworks ...
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new
Ed. Dancing Foxes Press et al.

In the Company of Artists

A History of Skowhegan School of Painting & Sculpture
"In the Company of Artists" is the first major study of Skowhegan School of Painting & Sculpture, the influential summer art school founded by artists for artists amidst the tumult of World War II. Skowhegans philosophy and impact, the project expands our understanding of American art production and alternative education in the post-war era.
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new
Ed. Frank Feltens

Imagined Neighbors

Visions of China in Japanese Art 1680-1980
This publication examines the Japanese artistic understanding of China from the late 1600s, Japan’s period of seclusion, to its age of modernization after the mid-nineteenth century. The volume focuses on the ways Japanese painters from the late 1600s to the twentieth century pictured China, both as a real place and an imagined promised land. It features three essays by renowned Japanese art historians in addition to more than fifty catalogue entries highlighting unusual artworks ...
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new
Gerald Dagit

Edgar Degas

The Great Masters of Art
Even during his lifetime, Edgar Degas was a legend. Respected and admired by his fellow-artists – Pissarro called him “the greatest artist of the age” –, his depictions of dancers were among the most popular subjects of his time. To this day, he is connected above all as a painter and illustrator with subjects relating to this theme. However, apart from his graceful ballet scenes Degas also created a wide-ranging artistic oeuvre that combined tradition and modernism and ...
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new
Ed. Staatliche Graphische Sammlung München

Careers by Design

Hendrick Goltzius & Peter Paul Rubens
How do artists ensure that their works will still be known in later centuries? How do they reach a public that lies far away geographically? In around 1600 the answer was: via printed graphics. Hendrick Goltzius (1558–1617) and Peter Paul Rubens (1577–1640) show through their outstanding works how international success could be achieved in this way.
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new
Ed. Miriam Goldmann et al.
Sensuous, bold and topical – this volume with its varied illustrations studies the entire spectrum of Jewish attitudes to sexuality. In doing so it examines widely-held and contradictory stereotypes, according to which Judaism encounters sexuality either in a highly positive manner or with exceptionally strict rules and restrictions.
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