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Serota, Nicholas and Mark Godfrey (eds). GERHARD RICHTER: Panorama. A Retrospective: Expanded Edition. 312 pages. 4to, cloth. New York and London, DAP and Tate Publishing, 2016.
This expanded edition includes a new text by Mark Godfrey that covers works made since 2011 exhibition, including the Strip, Flow, and Birkenau paintings, as.....
Item nr. 162996
Bastian, Heiner. CY TWOMBLY: Catalogue Raisonné of Printed Graphic Work. 120 pages, 120 color plates. 4to, boards. Munich, Schirmer/Mosel, 2017.
This new edition of the catalogue raisonné has been updated and includes the graphic works Twombly created since 1984 until his death in 2011.
Item nr. 165125
Govan, Michael. JAMES TURRELL: A Retrospective. 303 pages, including 250 color plates. 4to, cloth. New York, Prestel in association with Los Angeles County Museum of Art, 2013.
There isn't another in-print book on James Turrell that rivals this one. Given the near impossibility of a reprint of the catalogue raisonné, this.....
Item nr. 148293
Turvey, Lisa (ed). EDWARD RUSCHA: Catalogue Raisonné of the Works on Paper, Volume 1: 1956-1976. 450 pages, including 1,040 color and 20 b&w plates. 4to, cloth. New York, Gagosian Gallery, 2014.
This catalogue raisonné - the first in a series of three - comprehensively chronicles over 1,000 works on paper created.....
Item nr. 154711
Ashton, Dore. CECILY BROWN. Artist interview with Lari Pittman; 264 pages, including roughly 150 color plates. 4to, cloth. New York, Rizzoli International in conjunction with the Gagosian Gallery, 2008.
Casts a wide net over the older and more recent work, offering a fresh perspective on this dynamic painter who has not.....
Item nr. 129878
Madrid. Reina Sofia, Museo Nacionale de Arte. KERRY JAMES MARSHALL: Pinturas y Otras Cosas. 190 pages illustrated throughout in color. 4to, wraps. 2014.
Text in Spanish.
Item nr. 168733
Schimmel, Paul (organizer) et al. © MURAKAMI. 328 pp., illustrated throughout, mostly in color, including several gatefolds. 4to, cloth. Los Angeles, The Museum of Contemporary Art, New York, Rizzoli International, and Tokyo/New York, Kaikai Kiki Co., Ltd./Kaikai Kiki New York, LLC, 2007.
Takashi Murakami is one of the most important and.....
Item nr. 123929
Brinson, Katherine. CHRISTOPHER WOOL. 288 pages and 150 color and b&w plates. 4to, flexi wraps. New York, Guggenheim Museum, 2013.
This fall's Guggenheim exhibition will draw together Wool's agile, monochromatic works from his career to date, featuring a selection of paintings, photographs, and works on paper.
Item nr. 148957
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
Milazzo, Richard. The Flower Paintings of ROSS BLECKNER. 456 pages, including 109 color and 48 b&w plates. 4to, cloth. Modena, Galleria Mazzoli Editions, 2011.
Item nr. 144922
Geuna, Elena (interview). DAMIEN HIRST: Relics. 148 pages, including 80 color plates. 4to, cloth. London, Other Criteria, 2014.
A visual overview of Damien Hirst's work, this catalogue features installation images from the massive 2013 career retrospective in Qatar. Full-page, full-bleed photographs give a viceral impression of the show. An interview between.....
Item nr. 155870
Golden, Thelma, Adrian Searle, Beth Coleman, and Stuart Hall, . CHRIS OFILI: Within Reach. British Pavilion 50th Venice Biennale. 3 volumes; volume I: "Words", unpaginated, no illustrations; volume II: "Works", unpaginated, illustrated in color; volume III: "Installation", unpaginated, illustrated in color. Small 4tos, wrps in slipcase. London, Victoria Miro Gallery.....
Item nr. 109774
Milazzo, Richard. PETER NAGY: Entertainment Erases History. Works 1982 to 2004 to the Present. 479 pages. 4to, cloth. Brooklyn, Eisbox Projects, 2014.
A meticulously researched and beautifully illustrated monograph on artist-gallerist Peter Nagy. He co-founded the gallery Nature Morte (East Village, 1982-1988. New Delhi, 1997 - ongoing).
Item nr. 153173