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Strong Women

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Cover for Katharina Grosse
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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45,00 $ [US]
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Ed. Katharina Cibulka et al.

Let’s go equal

The Solange Project
Since 2018, Katharina Cibulka and her team have been mounting hand-embroidered scaffolding nets on well-frequented, prominent construction sites, inviting the public to join the conversation on feminist issues. Each sentence begins with "As long as..." and ends with "...I will be a feminist", addressing existing inequalities.  
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50,00 $ [US]
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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 The richly illustrated book with essays on Laserstein’s production in Berlin and her reception in Sweden as well as unpublished documentary material will enrich the existing knowledge of Laserstein’s life and work.
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50,00 $ [US]
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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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45,00 $ [US]
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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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52,00 $ [US]
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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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39,95 $ [US]
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Ed. Alex Gartenfeld et al.

Chakaia Booker

The Observance
"Chakaia Booker: The Observance" is the first comprehensive monograph on this important yet understudied American artist. Illuminating more than three decades of Booker’s practice, the publication explores her signature form – monumental works made of rubber – while showcasing her innovations across mediums including photography, painting, and prints.
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50,00 $ [US]
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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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48,00 $ [US]
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Rolf Sachsse

Anna Atkins

Blue Prints
The English illustrator Anna Atkins (1799–1871) was in every respect a modern woman. For the publication of her plant collections she used the latest technology, the recently invented cyanotype. In 1843 she used the process to create the first photo book in history, with images of breathtaking beauty and originality which often look like modern art.
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20,00 $ [US]
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Ed. Nicholas Bell et al.

Mary Mattingly

What Happens After
As we navigate the early decades of a new epoch defined by the measurable human imprint on the earth, the question of how we will reconcile our behaviour with the evidence of its catastrophic effect is yet to be answered. With her works on sustainability, US artist Mary Mattingly (b. 1979) examines how we can connect and reconnect to Earth.
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65,00 $ [US]
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