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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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Ed. Miranda Driscoll

George Bolster

When Will We Recognize Us
This monograph examines the multidisciplinary practice of conceptual Irish artist George Bolster, who addresses the crises facing our species, and our willingness to live in the past through belief systems. Bolster’s ambitious immersive text and image works encompass film, installation, tapestry and photography.
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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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Michael Flomen

Photograms and Photographs. 2020-1970
Master printer Michael Flomen expands his darkroom out into the wild to create large-scale, avant-garde, cameraless photograms in confluence with nature. From the streets of the world to the wilds of North America, this monograph traces in 182 images and 8 critical essays the evolution of Flomen’s originality of vision.
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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. Claudia Giannetti

Analivia Cordeiro

From Body to Code
Considered a pioneer in both video art and computer-based video dance as well as an innovator in body art, the Brazilian artist, dancer, and choreographer Analivia Cordeiro (*1954) has been developing since the early 1970s a continuous and intense work exploring the relationships between body, movement, visual and audiovisual art as well as media art.
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Ed. Wen-shing Chou et al.

C.C. Wang

Lines of Abstraction
C.C. Wang (1907–2003) is best known as a preeminent twentieth-century connoisseur and collector of pre-modern Chinese art, a reputation that often overshadows his own art. The book recenters Wang’s extraordinary career on his own artistic practice to reveal an original quest for tradition and innovation in the global twentieth century.
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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. Elissa Auther et al.

Sonya Clark

We Are Each Other
This is the first publication to document and contextualise Clark’s large-scale, collaborative art works. These projects demonstrate Clark’s career-long commitment to addressing the urgent issue of racial inequality in U.S. society and her philosophy of creatively engaging the viewer in reflection on the nation’s history of slavery and our roles in dismantling systemic racism today.
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