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  1. Obelisk: Volume I

    Booth Ceramics
    Obelisk: Volume I

    $87.00

    Ashley Booth Klein (Author), Brad Michael Walters (Editor)
    Publication date: November, 2015

    Obelisk is a quarterly journal on art, the applied arts, and architecture. Volume I includes the first four issues comprised of 36 illustrated articles and interviews. Articles either recount stories of obscure cultures, traditions, and histories that have been underexposed due to political or cultural isolation or provide another look at art and design that is currently undervalued due to over-availability or saturation in the mass market. Bridging the genres of art history and art theory, Obelisk: Volume I situates contemporary art topics alongside stories about art, architecture, and antiquities retrieved from the hidden past.

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  2. On Becoming an Artist: Isamu Noguchi and His Contemporaries

    The Noguchi Museum
    On Becoming an Artist: Isamu Noguchi and His Contemporaries

    $40.00

    Amy Wolf (Author), Isamu Noguchi (Artist), Jenny Dixon (Foreword)
    Publication date: December 31, 2010

    On Becoming An Artist illuminates the friendships, mentorships and collaborations of Isamu Noguchi (1904-1988), in celebration of the artist's experimentations and influences. It opens with an account of Noguchi's earlyguidance at the hands of sculptors Gutzon Borglum, Constatin Brancusi and Onorio Ruotolo, and features such diverse works as his dance sets for Martha Graham (while highlighting his relationships with other choreographers such as Erick Hawkins and Merce Cunningham), collaborations with Buckminster Fuller, Florence Knoll and George Nelson, and his friendships with artists such as David Hare and Arshile Gorky, and others. The book concludes with Noguchi's 1950s public projects, including his work with Marcel Breuer and Gordon Bunshaft, and his later unrealized project with Louis Kahn.

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  3. Le Corbusier, Pierre Jeanneret: The Indian Story

    Gourcuff Gradenigo
    Le Corbusier, Pierre Jeanneret: The Indian Story

    $5,200.00

    Out of stock

    Eric Touchaleaume (Editor)
    Publication date: April 16, 2011

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  4. Ed Ruscha: Los Angeles Apartments

    Steidl
    Ed Ruscha: Los Angeles Apartments

    $40.00

    Ed Ruscha (Artist), Christian Müller (Editor)
    Publication date: June, 2013: First Edition

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  5. Richard Serra: Te Tuhirangi Contour

    Steidl
    Richard Serra: Te Tuhirangi Contour

    $28.00

    Richard Serra (Artist), Dirk Reinartz (Photographer)
    Publication date: February, 2005; First Edition

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  6. A Visit with Magritte

    Steidl
    A Visit with Magritte

    $25.00

    Duane Michals (Artist)
    Publication date: November, 2011; First Edition

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  7. Beuys in America

    Steidl
    Beuys in America

    $28.00

    Joseph Beuys (Artist), Klaus Staeck (Editor)
    Publication date: June, 1997; First Edition

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  8. Carlo Mollino: Maniera Moderna

    Walther König
    Carlo Mollino: Maniera Moderna

    $37.00

    Thomas Weski (Author)
    Publication date: February 29, 2012

    Photographer, designer, architect and author on topics ranging from winter sports to the history of photography, Carlo Mollino (1905-1973) accomplished himself in a dizzying array of fields. The diversity and scale of his output often makes it seem somewhat daunting, but this volume coheres Mollino's prolificness into an appetizing and eminently approachable whole, by examining it across five inventively themed chapters: "Choreography," "Montage," "Publications," "Display" and "Appropriations." "Choreography" looks at Mollino's love of motion in his customizations of airplanes and racing cars and his designs for the Lutrario dance hall in Turin. The "Montage" chapter examines Mollino's architectural photomontages and other uses of photography; "Publications" reproduces a wealth of Mollino first editions, magazine spreads and works on paper; "Display" reveals the influence of Surrealism on Mollino's interior displays, and also includes his erotic Polaroids; and "Appropriation" looks at his photographs of interior décor.

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  9. Anselm Reyle

    DuMont Buchverlag
    Anselm Reyle

    $410.00

    Goran Schildt (Author)
    Publication date: February 28, 2010

    Anselm Reyle (born 1970) uses materials such as PVC film, acrylics, mirrors, concrete and auto paint to produce wild abstractions in paint and sculpture that drip with infectious energy. This massive and luxurious volume is printed on a variety of paper stocks in 11-color, and is the first large-scale survey of his work.

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  10. A Rose Has No Teeth: Bruce Nauman in the 1960s

    University of California Press
    A Rose Has No Teeth: Bruce Nauman in the 1960s

    $48.00

    Constance Lewallen (Author), Anne M. Wagner (Contributor), Robert R. Riley (Contributor), Robert Storr (Contributor)
    Publication date: January 15, 2007; 1 edition

    One of the most innovative, provocative, and influential of America's contemporary artists, Bruce Nauman spent his formative years in Northern California—first as a graduate student at the University of California, Davis, then living in and around San Francisco. This splendidly illustrated book explores Nauman's relationship to the place where he created his earliest and most strikingly original works during the mid to late 1960s. A Rose Has No Teeth demonstrates that Nauman established much of his artistic vocabulary during this period and that he laid the groundwork for fundamental ideas he addressed throughout his oeuvre, such as the role of the artist, the function of art, and the primacy of the idea over its form. Curator Constance M. Lewallen describes how the late 1960s were not only a time of political and social change in the San Francisco Bay Area; this was also a watershed period in art internationally, when Minimalism gave way to Post-minimalism and Conceptual Art, expanding into performance, film and video, installation, text works, and the photographic documents. This book shows that Nauman was at the forefront of these revolutionary changes and almost single-handedly redefined what it meant to be an artist.

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