Robert M. Edsel
What if I told you that there was an epic story about World War II that has not been told, involving the most unlikely group of heroes? What if I...
Joan Juliet Buck
This book accompanies the Fall 2013 exhibition of Richard Avedon's photography to be held at Gagosian Gallery Beverly Hills. Over his sixty-year career, photographer...
Drawing on his own experiences and inspirations - from staging his first exhibition in his tiny Zurich kitchen in 1986 to encounters and conversations with artists, exhibition makers and thinkers...
Alain de Botton; John Armstrong; The...
New title from Alain de Botton asking 'what is art for'?
An exploration of how art acquires its financial value. It explores the artist and his hinterland, subject and style (from abstract art and banality through surrealism and war), "wall-power", provenance...
The "ruins" of the modern era are the landmarks of recent art's turn toward site and situation, history and memory. The abiding interest of artists in ruination and decay has...
Jay McCauley Bowstead
This guide is aimed at all designers and artists already working in the visual arts field, as well as those just starting out or in art education who need to...
A collection of 100 manifestos from the last 100 years is cacophony of voices from such diverse movements as Futurism, Dadaism, Surrealism, Destructivism, and Stuckism, taking in along the way...
Hossein Amirsadeghi; Maryam Eisler;...
Offers insight into the studios and inspirations of nearly 120 of Britains greatest living artists working today, both in Britain and abroad. This large-format book brims with specially commissioned photographs...
A comprehensive and lavishly illustrated exploration of the relationship between art and homosexuality. This is the first book of its kind, a provocative, globe-spanning narrative history that considers the fascinating...
Late in 1976 a record called "Anarchy in the UK" was issued in London, and this event launched a transformation of pop music all over the world. The song distilled...
Hans-Ulrich Obrist; Ai Weiwei
Ai Weiwei - artist, architect, curator, publisher, poet and urbanist - extended the notion of art and is one of the world's most significant creative and cultural figures. This title...
'The peacock's tail makes me sick!' said Charles Darwin. That's because the theory of evolution as adaptation can't explain why nature is so beautiful. It took the...
Profiled for the first time as an intimate group, this book provides a personal account of the meteoric success of the yBas and of the often painful realities of the...
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Why is the sky blue? Why is pink for girls and blue for boys? Why do prisoners wear orange? And why can one colour have so many opposite meanings? If...