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Modena, Emilio Mazzoli Gallery. ROBERT LONGO: 1980-2000. 181 pages, illustrated throughout. Folio, cloth. Modena, Emilio Mazzoli Gallery, 2000.
Text in English and Italian.
Item nr. 171440
Beil, Ralf and Sonja Fessel (editors) et al. ANDREAS GURSKY: Architecture. 112 pp., illustrated throughout in color and b&w. Oblong 4to, boards. Ostfildern (Ruit), Hatje Cantz, 2008.
Exhibition at the Mathildenhohe, Darmstadt.
Gursky's signature mix of epic, long distance sweep and extreme detail is ideally suited to the portrayal of large-scale architecture.....
Item nr. 130397
Hockley, Rujeko and Christine Y. Kim. JULIE MEHRETU. 320 pages, including 455 color plates. 4to, boards. New York, DelMonico Books, 2019.
Accompanying a major mid-career survey of the artist's work, beginning at the Los Angeles County Museum of Art and ending at the Walker Art Center, Minneapolis.
Item nr. 168422
Fuchs, Rudi (text) and Gordon Burn (artist interview). Nothing Matters: DAMIEN HIRST. Unpaginated, roughly 50 color plates, including numerous gatefolds. 4to, boards in plastic sleeve. London, Other Criteria, 2010.
Published on the occasion of an exhibition, this is the artist's new series of large-scale colour oil paintings.
Missing acetate slipcase.
Item nr. 141307
WALKER, KARA. After the Deluge. 120 pp., roughly 100 color plates. Small 4to, boards. New York, Rizzoli, 2007.
Kara Walker, known for her silhouette imagery of the antebellum South, has created a new book of work relating to Hurricane Katrina. She has juxtaposed her own creations alongside 19th century historical works.....
Item nr. 171411
Roberts, Jennifer L., with catalogue entries by Jennifer Quick. JASPER JOHNS / In Press. The Crosshatch Works and the Logic of Print. 96 pages, including 21 color plates, and 11 color and b&w figures. 4to, cloth-backed boards. Cambridge, Harvard Art Museums, and Ostfildern, Hatje Cantz, 2012.
Item nr. 147327
Fer,Briony. ED RUSCHA: Paintings. Unpaginated, illustrated in color and b&w, including 6 color fold-outs. Oblong 4to, boards. London. Gagosian Gallery, 2008.
Item nr. 135120
Hirst, Damien. DAMIEN HIRST: End of an Era. 250 pages, including 129 color plates. Folio, boards. New York, Other Criteria Books with Gagosian, 2021.
Idolatry, illusion, glitz and greed in Damien Hirst's seminal sculpture and painting cycles
In 2010, Gagosian Gallery staged a seminal exhibition of Damien Hirst's (born 1965) paintings and.....
Item nr. 171391
Weathers, Chelsea. AGNES MARTIN: Independence of Mind. 184 pages, including 40 color plates. 4to, cloth. Radius Books, 2022.
Accompanied by color reproductions of works by Martin, this book presents a series of essays by living artists and writers commissioned especially for this volume. Contributors include artists Martha Tuttle, Jennie C. Jones.....
Item nr. 169826
Norden, Linda (essay). SARAH SZE. Introduction by Arthur C. Danto; 224 pp., roughly 160 color illustrations. 4to, boards. New York, Harry N. Abrams, 2007.
This monograph is the first to span the course of Sze's career including sculpture, installations and drawings. Her work is created using everyday materials and she eloquently.....
Item nr. 122919
Brinson, Katherine. ALEX KATZ: Gathering. 384 pages, including 360 color plates. Folio, boards. New York, Guggenheim Museum, 2022.
Published on the occasion of the artist's first US career retrospective in more than 30 years, Alex Katz: Gathering offers a definitive account of Katz's artistic project, demonstrating both its marked coherence and.....
Item nr. 171286
WALKER, Kara. Porgy & Bess. Libretto by Dubose Heyward. Lyrics by DuBose Heyward and Ira Gershwin for music composed by Ira Gershwin. 140 pp. Illustrated with 16 lithographs by Kara Walker. 4to., bound in publisher's half red morocco over decorative cloth covered boards, in black matching chemise. San Francisco: Arion.....
Item nr. 150317
Harney, Elizabeth. EL ANATSUI: Zebra Crossing. 172 pp, with color illustrations throughout. 4to, boards. New York, Jack Shainman Editions, 2009.
A catalogue of Anatsui's exhibition at Jack Shainman Gallery in 2008 which featured several of his cloth-inspired works ranging in size from five by seven feet to eight by forty feet.....
Item nr. 171211