Featuring works by Marcel Duchamp, Yves Klein, and Bruce Nauman.
Cheryl Donegan GRLS + VEILS Standard Edition.
Published in 2018 to accompany her traveling museum exhibition, organized by the Aspen Art Museum and on view from June–December 2018.
New York–based artist Cheryl Donegan (born 1962) is well known for her integration of performance and video with painting and installation, and her subversive spin on issues pertaining to gender, sex and art. This first substantial survey of her work examines her paintings, and includes new, highly conceptual work that continues to transgress traditional media, often merging painting with fashion and appropriated imagery gleaned from pop culture.
Featuring texts by Anja Aronowsky Cronberg, Bill Arning, Daniel Baumann, Bob Buck, Johanna Burton, Wade Guyton, Rem Koolhaas, Heidi Zuckerman, the publication offers a poignant and introspective look at Donegan’s multilayered practice.
Featuring works by Alberto Burri, Enrico Castellani, Jorge Eielson, Lucio Fontana, and Piero Manzoni.
Beyond Matter, Tsuyoshi Maekawa - Catalogue.
Essays by Barbara Bertozzi Castelli and Angela Brown; Artist biographies by Angela Brown.
Published in 2018 on the occasion of the 2017 exhibitionBeyond Matter: Tsuyoshi Maekawa with Alberto Burri, Enrico Castellani, Jorge Eielson, Lucio Fontana, and Piero Manzoni at Gagosian, San Francisco.
Hao Liang - Portraits and Wonders Catalogue
Essay by Loïc Le Gall; Conversation between Hao Liang and Philip Tinari.
Published in 2018 on the occasion of the exhibition Hao Liang: Portraits and Wonders at Gagosian, 980 Madison Avenue, New York.
Katharina Grosse - Catalogue
Introduction by Louise Neri; Essays by Okwui Enwezor and Dan Cameron; Conversation between Katharina Grosse and Isabelle Graw
Embracing the events and incidents that arise as she paints, Grosse opens up surfaces and spaces to the countless perceptual possibilities of the medium. While she is widely known for her temporary and permanent in situ work, which she paints directly onto architecture, interiors, and landscapes, her approach begins in the studio. With calculated focus, she allows new patterns and procedures in her paintings to emerge from action, further multiplying this potential with stencils cut from cardboard and thick foam rubber—tools with which to develop further cuts, layers, and perspectival depths. Grosse’s gestures unfold all at the same time in unmixed acrylic colors, engulfing the viewer in a toxic sublime.
Published by Gagosian in 2018.
Featuring work by Marcel Broodthaers, Chris Burden, Hans-Peter Feldman, Sol LeWitt, Richard Long, Hanne Darboven, Pablo Picasso, Andre Breton, Markus Raetz, Lawrence Weiner, Marcel Duchamp & Man Ray.
Artists and Their Books / Books and Their Artists by Marcia Reed & Glenn Phillips.
his stunning volume illuminates the current moment of artists’ engagement with books, revealing them as an essential medium in contemporary art. Ever innovative and predictably diverse in their physical formats, artists’ books occupy a creative space between the familiar four-cornered object and challenging works of art that effectively question every preconception of what a book can be.
Published by Getty Research Institute; 1 edition (July 10, 2018)
Featuring work by Alexander Calder & Carlos Cruz-Diez
L.A. collects L.A. – Latin America in Southern California Collections
by Vincent Price Art Museum. Edited by Jesse Lerner & Rubén Ortiz Torres
The catalogue is accompanying the exhibition L.A. collects L.A., Vincent Price Art Museum, Monterey Park (CA) in the frame of Pacific Standard Time: LA/LA (September 2017-January 2018)
Featuring work by Martial Raysse.
Focusing on his recent portraiture, this volume includes an essay by art historian and curator Jane Livingston that provides an overview of Raysse’s practice, as well as three texts by the artist. The catalogue also features a newly commissioned poem by Leopoldine Core and an illustrated chronology of the artist’s life.
This fully illustrated volume accompanies Lévy Gorvy’s first solo exhibition of works by Martial Raysse
A new facsimile of Fortunato Depero's monograph, Depero Futurista—also known as The Bolted Book by Fortunato Depero .
The Italian Futurist Fortunato Depero designed The Bolted Book as a kind of portable museum or calling card, a portfolio of his career to date—including paintings, sculptures, textile and architectural designs, theater and advertising work, wordplays, manifestoes, and reviews he received in many different languages. It is at the same time a showcase of his skills as a designer and typographical wizard.
First published by Dinamo-Azari in 1927.
Features work by Andy Warhol, Jean Michel Basquiat, Julian Schnabel, and many more.
Mr. Chow: 50 years by Terence Conran. Celebrating 50 years of fine food and great company, this sumptuously illustrated book takes readers on a fabulous journey through the Chow Dynasty.
Published by Prestel Publishing in February 2018.
Featuring work by Max Ernst, The Virgin Spanking the Christ Child, 1926.
Jesus, Mary, and Joseph by Christopher A. Frilingos, Published by University of Pennsylvania Press, 2017.
For the true enthusiast, the three volume Louis Vuitton City Bags: A Natural History is sure to please. From Rizzoli, including photographs by Henry Clarke.
Featuring work by Robert Colescott and Mickalene Thomas.
Figuring History Edited by Catharina Manchanda; With essays by Jacqueline Francis and Lowery Stokes Sims. Published by Yale University Press in association with the Seattle Art Museum.
Exhibition at the Seattle Art Museum from February, 8 to May, 13 2018.
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Featuring work by Robert Irwin.
Site Determined, Robert Irwin. Published by the University Art Museum, California State University, Long Beach, And Delmonico Books/Prestel in February 2018.
Exhibition at University Art Museum, California from January, 29 to April 15, 2018.
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