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artbookdap · 2 hours ago
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Hallelujah! Coming soon to the US!! #Repost @reelartpress ・・・ Hot Off The Press! Led Zeppelin released only eight studio albums and no singles over the course of their 12-year career, but to date there are more than 1,000 singles and 2,000 albums in the market. This definitive volume illustrates some of the rarest and most interesting vinyl releases, including one-of-a-kind rarities, unusual regional variations, official albums and historic recordings of legendary concerts, compiled and photographed by Ross Halfin in superb detail. The book includes over forty pages of the most up-to-date comprehensive discography ever compiled on the band. All pre-orders received before 30th June from @reelartpress will be signed by Ross Halfin. Led Zeppelin Vinyl: The Essential Collection by Ross Halfin will be released August 2021. See Linkin.bio https://www.instagram.com/p/COjXsbNpwW0/?igshid=1u9bdmo82b9wd
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artbookdap · 11 hours ago
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Congrats @kristin_bedford & @damiani_books on this great review of 'Cruise Night' @hyperallergic⁠⁠ ⁠⁠ @laurenmofo writes, "Kristin Bedford’s new photo book 'Cruise Night' is a thoughtful tribute to Los Angeles’s long-running Mexican-American lowrider car culture. Since its beginnings in the 1940s, lowriding has been a pivotal and ever-evolving source of pride, expression, and identity for its tens of thousands of members. However, despite its cultural significance, the movement has too often been pigeonholed by outsiders as folk art, or derided as a dangerous subculture. ⁠⁠ ⁠⁠ Crucially, Bedford’s book keeps the lowrider community at its visual and conceptual center. While her crisp, sharply composed photos sensually celebrate these exquisite cars and their dedicated drivers, snippets of oral histories by lowriding club members throughout the book grant essential insight into the lives and experiences of this unique community…"⁠⁠ ⁠⁠ Read the full review via linkinbio.⁠⁠ ⁠⁠ #kristinbedford #cruisenightbook #lowrider #damianieditore #cruisingisnotacrime #whittierblvd #eastlosangeles #losangeles https://www.instagram.com/p/COiT90nprMf/?igshid=15bfasgav91ws
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artbookdap · 13 hours ago
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Hot Book Alert!! 'A Bestiary of the Anthropocene: Hybrid Plants, Animals, Minerals, Fungi, and Other Specimens' — edited by @nicolasnova & @disnovation and published by our friends @onomatopeenet — is a New Release this week! ⁠⁠ ⁠⁠ Printed in striking silver-on-black with flush, pure black edges, this beautifully designed and remarkably well-written and researched international field handbook gathers notes on the evolving hybrid flora and fauna of the “post-natural” world we now inhabit as members of the Anthropocene era. Rock speakers, plastic-eating caterpillars, square watermelons, artificial turf, radioactive mushrooms and contrails are all addressed, alongside observations on bestiaries, artificiality, planetary indigestion, ferality and much more—all over the course of 256 pages and 90 duotone illustrations by Polish graphic designer @maria_roszkowska⁠⁠ ⁠⁠ “This bestiary of the Anthropocene aims at helping us observe, navigate and orientate into the increasingly artificial fabric of the world,” Nova writes. “It aims at encouraging us to pay attention, to perceive the nuances and the assemblage of a 'dark ecology' that arose in the last decades.” ⁠⁠ ⁠⁠ Read more about the book via linkinbio!⁠⁠ ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⁠⁠ #ABestiaryOfTheAnthropocene #Disnovation #NicolasNova #TheDawnChorus ⁠⁠ @nearfuturelaboratory @headgeneve⁠⁠ @mlussault @benjaminbratton @pierre_olivier_dittmar @genomicgastronomy @e.chardronnet @marymaggic @Nicolasmaigret⁠⁠ #BestiaryAnthropocene #bestiaryoftheanthropocene #omp188 #anthropocene #hybridspecies #biosphere #technosphere #disnovation #bestiaries #onomatopee #graphicdesign⁠⁠ https://www.instagram.com/p/COiJSH-J2Rx/?igshid=axu2c2xt2ds5
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artbookdap · a day ago
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Who doesn't ❤️ Cinco de Mayo?! We're celebrating with a look back through 'Mexico Masks Rituals' by NYC photographer @phyllisgalembo !!⁠⁠ ⁠⁠ Since 1985, Galembo has traveled extensively to photograph sites of ritual dress in Africa and the Caribbean. In this body of work, Galembo turns to Mexico, where she captures cultural performances with a subterranean political edge. Using a direct, unaffected portrait style, Galembo captures her subjects informally posed but often strikingly attired in traditional or ritualistic dress.⁠⁠ ⁠⁠ Masking is a complex tradition in which the participants transcend the physical world and enter the spiritual realm. Masks, costumes and body paint transform the human body and encode a rich range of political, artistic, theatrical, social and religious meanings on the body. In her vibrant color photographs, Galembo highlights the artistry of the performers, how they use materials from their immediate environment to morph into a fantastical representation of themselves and an idealized vision of a mythical figure. In a gorgeous, fascinating photographic survey of Mexico’s masking practices, Galembo captures her subjects suspended between past, present and future, with their religious, political and cultural affiliations—their personal and collective identifications—displayed on their bodies.⁠⁠ ⁠⁠ Read more via linkinbio.⁠⁠ ⁠⁠ Published by @radius.books & D.A.P.⁠⁠ ⁠⁠ #phyllisgalembo #cincodemayo #may5 #mexico #mexicomaskrituals #masking #maskingrituals https://www.instagram.com/p/COfqv4WJ0qQ/?igshid=u6cts90gdlcs
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artbookdap · 2 days ago
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A few gems from 'Keith Haring: Manhattan Penis Drawings for Ken Hicks,' in honor or Haring's birthday, May 4, 1958. ⁠⁠ ⁠⁠ Of this remarkable little paperback, published by @nievesbooks John Sherman of @hyperallergic writes, "It may seem unusual to uphold a book of penis drawings as a significant art-historical moment, but 'Manhatten Penis Drawings for Ken Hicks' creates an unignorable link between Haring's early work and his homosexuality. The drawings are lightheartedly homosexual in a way not possible since the discovery of 'gay-related immune deficiency' (GRID) in 1982. In light of the forceful politics of Haring's later work, his penis drawings are, in a sense, the least complicated of his phallocentric art. They have no social message to impart, no silent president to shock into action. Keith Haring just really liked penises."⁠⁠ ⁠⁠ Read more via linkinbio.⁠⁠ ⁠⁠ #keithharing #writingthefuture #keithharingpenisdrawings #penisdrawings @keithharingfoundation @haring_archive https://www.instagram.com/p/COdSp_vJx9S/?igshid=3z0q6qne7hq6
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artbookdap · 2 days ago
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Today we're thinking about Keith Haring, born OTD 1958. "Untitled (Boombox)" (1984) is reproduced from 'Writing the Future: Basquiat and the Hip-Hop Generation,' published by @mfapublications @mfaboston and edited by @lizmunsell & @avantgroidd⁠⁠ ⁠⁠ #keithharing #writingthefuture @keithharingfoundation @haring_archive https://www.instagram.com/p/COdIwf8Jjv5/?igshid=40tva42mnuys
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artbookdap · 3 days ago
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Happy to report that this gem is Back in Stock! 'David Wojnarowicz: In the Shadow of Forward Motion,' with Introduction by Félix Guattari, is a facsimile edition of the artist's fractured scrapbook of dream journals, political critique and collage—an ultra-rare document of 1980s New York subculture.⁠⁠ ⁠⁠ Originally published as a photocopied zine/artist’s book to accompany an exhibition of the same name @ppowgallery in 1989 in a print run of just 50 copies, this publication has garnered a legendary status, and for good reason.⁠⁠ ⁠⁠ In it we find, for the first time, Wojnarowicz’s writing and visual art, two mediums for which he is renowned, playing off each other in equal measure. We glimpse the artist’s now iconic mixed-media works, with motifs of ants, locomotives, money, tornados and dinosaurs, juxtaposed with journal-like texts or “notes towards a frame of reference” that examine historical and global mechanisms of power symbolized through the technology of their times.⁠⁠ ⁠⁠ Wojnarowicz uses the fractured experience of his day-to-day life (including dreams, which he recorded fastidiously) to expose these technologies as weapons of class, cultural and racial oppression. The artist’s experience living with HIV is a constant subject of the work, used to shed light on the political and social mechanisms perpetuating discrimination against not only himself, but against women and people of color, who faced additional barriers in their efforts to receive treatment for the illness. Rooted in the maelstrom of art, politics, religion and civil rights of the 1980s, the book provides a startling glimpse into an American culture that we have not yet left behind. Félix Guattari provides an introduction.⁠⁠ ⁠⁠ Published by @primaryinfo⁠⁠ ⁠⁠ Read more via linkinbio.⁠⁠ ⁠⁠ #DavidWojnarowicz #IntheShadowofForwardMotion #facsimile #artistsbook https://www.instagram.com/p/COaZlaxpp3r/?igshid=11q7zx8xme2sj
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artbookdap · 4 days ago
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BACK IN STOCK! The expanded 'Gerhard Richter: Panorama'⁠⁠ ⁠⁠ First published on the occasion of the major retrospective exhibition that opened @tate in 2011, 'Gerhard Richter: Panorama' is the most complete overview of the artist’s entire career to date. This stunningly illustrated survey encompasses works from the late 1950s to the present—photo-paintings, abstractions, landscapes, seascapes, portraits, color charts, grey paintings, glass and mirror works, sculptures, drawings and photographs—providing the definitive account of Richter’s achievements. It also includes studio photographs, archival images and texts by an array of international critics and curators. This expanded edition of 'Panorama' includes a new text by @markgodfrey1973 that covers works made since the 2011 exhibition, including the Strip, Flow and Birkenau paintings, as well as an updated chronology. With more than 300 illustrations, and an interview between Richter and Nicholas Serota, former Director of Tate, this book remains the most comprehensive survey of one of the world’s pre-eminent contemporary artists.⁠⁠ ⁠⁠ Edited by Nicholas Serota, Mark Godfrey. Text by Achim Borchardt-Hume, Dorothée Brill, Rachel Haidu, Mark Godfrey, Christine Mehring, Camille Morineau. Interview by Nicholas Serota.⁠⁠ ⁠⁠ Read more via linkinbio.⁠⁠ ⁠⁠ #gerhardrichter #gerhardrichterpanorama #panorama #richterpanorama #painting @gerhard.richter⁠⁠ https://www.instagram.com/p/COYU55NJJ74/?igshid=9rrvsg3pss1x
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artbookdap · 5 days ago
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A fascinating account of how the video game S.T.A.L.K.E.R.: Shadow of Chernobyl created a surge of tourism in the area surrounding the Chernobyl Nuclear Power Plant near Pripyat, Ukraine is up now @verge ... by none other than Darmon Richter, author of 'Chernobyl: A Stalkers’ Guide,' published by @fuelpublishing⁠⁠ ⁠⁠ Richter writes, "Ukrainian studio GSC Game World released S.T.A.L.K.E.R.: Shadow of Chernobyl the same year Call of Duty 4 came out, but while both featured first-person shooter gameplay set in Chernobyl, in S.T.A.L.K.E.R.’s case it was more than just stage dressing. S.T.A.L.K.E.R. introduced players to a world in which the landscape — the mysterious 'Zone' — became a character in its own right. This was partly the result of an innovative global AI system that created the sense of a living, breathing world: non-player characters would interact, fight, strum guitars, or fend off packs of rabid dogs, with or without the player being present. Immersion was heightened by the lack of a fast travel option, forcing players to spend an awful lot of time looking at the ever-changing scenery. But the personification of S.T.A.L.K.E.R.’s terrain ran deeper still, as it was rooted in the game’s mythos, which tapped into older ideas from Soviet-era science fiction…" ⁠⁠ ⁠⁠ Read the full feature via linkinbio.⁠⁠ ⁠⁠ #stalkergame #stalker #chernobyl #darmonrichter https://www.instagram.com/p/COVuKizpq4w/?igshid=1cdlmdpjzs8qx
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artbookdap · 6 days ago
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We. Can’t. Wait!! #Repost @blankforms_ ・・・ Organic Music Societies in today’s Washington Post! 🌟🌟🌟 Link in bio 🔗 #organicmusicsocieties #organicmusic #mokicherry #doncherry #blankforms https://www.instagram.com/p/COT179Dp-Yi/?igshid=nlneoigrnbzj
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artbookdap · 6 days ago
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Congratulations @markgodfrey1973 @vampirefriendly & @gregoryrmiller on this singular accomplishment in publishing, releasing June 2021!! #Repost @markgodfrey1973 ・・・ So so pleased to announce the publication of The Soul of a Nation Reader coedited by me and the amazing Allie Biswas @vampirefriendly published by Gregory Miller and Co @gregoryrmiller and distributed by @artbook . This has been six years in the making! It gathers 230 texts published between the 60s and early 80s and illustrates some of the covers from the time. Many of the anthologised texts have been pretty impossible to find til now. Thank you to @zoe.whitley for a beautiful afterword. And to @miko_mcg for the great design and to David Hammons for the cover. #thesoulofanationreader #soulofanation https://www.instagram.com/p/COS7h7cpbw5/?igshid=805euv6nfjw0
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artbookdap · 6 days ago
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Read it and weep… Very happy to say that 'Bullets for Dead Hoods: An Encyclopedia of Chicago Mobsters, c. 1933' is Back in Stock from our friends @soberscove⁠⁠ ⁠⁠ Writer, curator, and @corbettvsdempsey gallerist John Corbett struck thrift gold at a going-out-of-business Chicago junk shop when he stumbled onto a browned and brittle manuscript intimately documenting the Chicago mob of the early 1930s. The tone of its typewritten and hand-annotated pages immediately grabbed him—sensationalistic and funny, they read like an embellished police blotter, naming names, listing addresses, and recounting crimes. For all of the dossier’s texture and personality, however, Corbett could find no clues as to the identity of its author.⁠⁠ ⁠⁠ Presented here in facsimile in order to capture its distinctive materiality, 'Bullets for Dead Hoods: An Encyclopedia of Chicago Mobsters, c. 1933' offers a detailed rundown on the Chicago Outfit through 140 noir character sketches, which range from the infamous—Al Capone, George “Bugs” Moran, the Everleigh Sisters—to their lesser-known aiders and abettors. Whoever dared to put this testament together was clearly someone with access to information—a cop? a reporter? a bitter mafioso?—but who would’ve risked sharing these particulars, and why, is a mystery that will likely never be solved. What we are left with is this idiosyncratic introduction to a storied chapter in Chicago history that knits the city together in a new way.⁠⁠ ⁠⁠ In addition to the full-color manuscript, 'Bullets for Dead Hoods' includes related documentary material, an introduction by @johnccorbett — a compilation of more than 400 locations referenced in the manuscript, and a pull-out map of Chicago that pinpoints hundreds of street addresses.⁠⁠ ⁠⁠ #bulletsfordeadhoods #mafialetters #mafia #chicagomob https://www.instagram.com/p/COS7Bdzp-K6/?igshid=6wubu2q6l41t
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artbookdap · 6 days ago
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Sneak peek!! Thanks @tricia_l_g for the #Repost・・・Gorgeous new survey from @artbook and @museothyssen on #georgiaokeeffe - available June! You can preorder online or visit your local bookstore and museum shops! https://www.instagram.com/p/COSqpmcJbkk/?igshid=q69y05ts9pi7
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artbookdap · 6 days ago
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Sneak peek!! Thanks @tricia_l_g for the #Repost・・・Gorgeous new survey from @artbook and @museothyssen on #georgiaokeeffe - available June! You can preorder online or visit your local bookstore and museum shops! https://www.instagram.com/p/COSqCR8pyUl/?igshid=1es86ovai9b2g
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artbookdap · 7 days ago
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Images from new release, @michal_chelbin 'How to Dance the Waltz,' published by @damiani_books with text by @josephhakel⁠⁠ ⁠⁠ Israeli photographer Michal Chelbin (born 1974) has spent several years traveling through Ukraine and Spain to explore the connection and tension between youth and uniforms. Internationally acclaimed for her striking portraits of teenagers throughout Eastern Europe, Chelbin recognizes adolescence as a liminal space between childhood and adulthood, a stage of one’s life that can be difficult to represent in all its complexities and contradictions. Chelbin’s teenage subjects embody that contrast to the fullest extent: their youth is apparent despite the startlingly adult contexts in which they are placed, as one can see in her previous work taken in juvenile prisons or traveling acrobat troupes.⁠⁠ ⁠⁠ In 'How to Dance the Waltz,' Chelbin looks at puberty and gender as a performance that involves as much attention to costumery as any circus act. The subjects in this collection are dressed in military garb, traditional maid uniforms, extravagant debutante gowns and outfits of matadors, all slightly ill-fitting and strange on their slight frames. In each photograph, the teens gaze directly into Chelbin’s camera, seemingly impassive, their world-weary seriousness contradicted by the unmistakable youthfulness of their faces. This imagery hints at the ways societal expectations of gender, especially in regard to clothing and uniform, can inform a teenager’s cognitive development and overall identity. Chelbin’s remarkable portraits simultaneously represent their subjects’ vulnerability and self-possession.⁠⁠ ⁠⁠ Read more via linkinbio.⁠⁠ ⁠⁠ #michalchelbin #howtodancethewaltz #adolescence #puberty #matador https://www.instagram.com/p/COQr3LDppox/?igshid=ey09guy2c5tg
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artbookdap · 7 days ago
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Can't do better: 'Joel Meyerowitz: Wild Flowers' is out now from @damiani_books !!⁠⁠⁠ ⁠⁠ This new and expanded edition of Meyerowitz’s widely acclaimed 1983 photobook 'Wild Flowers' features new and unpublished images, and a larger format. For nearly 50 years Meyerowitz has tended his visual garden in the streets, parks and cities that he has visited or lived in. He goes into the streets wide-eyed and passionate, carrying a machine ideally suited to the task of taking it all in.⁠⁠ ⁠⁠ One day, while editing, Meyerowitz stumbled upon a small group of photographs featuring flowers, which he had accumulated without realizing. He began to see that this innocent premise might serve to bring together a variety of his other photographic interests. Thus Wild Flowers was born. With a unique sense of visual humor and an unmatched attention to detail, Meyorowitz invites readers to see the natural beauty in the busy city landscape.⁠⁠ ⁠⁠ Read more via linkinbio.⁠⁠⁠ ⁠⁠⁠ Text by @joel_meyerowitz & @maggiebarrettsideas⁠⁠⁠ ⁠⁠⁠ #joelmeyerowitz #joelmeyerowitzwildflowers #photobook #wildflowers https://www.instagram.com/p/COQQt9_pH6l/?igshid=h2z498h5p9cy
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artbookdap · 8 days ago
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In celebration of Yves Klein, born #OTD 1928, images and details from 'Yves Klein: Japan,' published by @editions_dilecta⁠⁠⁠ ⁠⁠⁠ Yves Klein first traveled to Japan as a young man in 1952, motivated primarily by his interest in judo. During his 15 months abroad, Klein had numerous important creative and philosophical revelations that culminated in the launch of his artistic career upon his return to Paris.⁠⁠⁠ ⁠⁠⁠ Prepared in collaboration with the @yvesklein_archives this volume details Klein’s relationship with Japan through nearly 150 archival documents, photos and letters, inviting the reader on his journey from martial arts to fine art at the very beginning of his career. Along the way we learn of Klein’s important encounters with art critic Takachiyo Uemura, painter Keizo Koyama and design professor Masaki Yamaguchi. ⁠⁠⁠ ⁠⁠⁠ Images:⁠⁠⁠ 1-2: Biography (in Japanese) of Klein in the catalogue of his posthumous exhibition at the Tokyo Gallery, July 1962⁠⁠⁠ 3: Klein in his judoka outfit in his studio at 14 Rue Campagne-Première, Paris, making La Vague [The Wave], 1957. “When I paint a picture […] I feel like a champion judo expert before the fight.” Yves Klein, The Evening Standard, 25 June 1957⁠⁠⁠ 4: “The Blue for a Million Yen,” an article by Segi Shin.ichi published in the magazine Geijutsu Sincho, January 1961, illustrated by 'La, la, la,' 1958⁠⁠⁠ 5: Greeting card sent on Dec 21, 1953, by Klein to his aunt Rose Raymond telling her he has obtained his 4th dan. The illustration on the card is a print by Hiroshige, 'Mountain Village in Snow'⁠⁠⁠ 6: Klein in Hong Kong, Sept 18, 1952⁠⁠⁠ 7: Map of Japan from the book 'The Fifty-Three Stations of the Tokaido' by Hiroshige⁠⁠⁠ 8: 'Japanese Customs and Manners' (Tokyo: The Sakurai Shoten, 1949). Book on Japanese life, which Klein probably bought on his arrival in Tokyo in September 1952⁠⁠⁠ ⁠⁠⁠ Read more via linkinbio!⁠⁠⁠ ⁠⁠⁠ #yveskleininjapan #yvesklein https://www.instagram.com/p/COO4MbIJfYA/?igshid=fuqi7s8r3uyv
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artbookdap · 8 days ago
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Look, if @monographbookwerks is going to take these great photos AND make a flip-thru video, we’re definitely going to repost!! #Repost @monographbookwerks ・・・ Just released: Design Struggles: Intersecting Histories, Pedagogies and Perspectives, an intersectional take on design history and discourse, with feminist, decolonial, anti-racist, activist, non-Western and indigenous perspectives from over 25 contributors. From the always-interesting publisher Valiz of Amsterdam 🔥 Paperback, 416 pages, $39 shipped (in US), DM to purchase. @valiz_books_projects https://www.instagram.com/p/COOHK9rpeA5/?igshid=1pnfw35oegn65
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artbookdap · 8 days ago
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Get ready for Georgia!! #Repost @_independent_study_ ・・・ Georgia O’Keeffe. 2021, D.A.P./Museo Nacional Thyssen-Bornemisza. A mesmerizing catalog to a traveling survey of O’Keeffe’s transcendent works. In addition to its opulent design and vivid reproductions, the book includes a section of technical studies, complete with essays on O’Keeffe’s practice and detailed closeups illustrating her technique. An essay from Catherine Millet rounds it out as essential shelf candy for fans and scholars alike. Soundtrack: Rubber City “Perdita”, 1990 @museothyssen @okeeffemuseum #georgiaokeeffe #painting #landscapepainting #santafe #americanmodernism #modernism #flowers #artbook #museonacionalthyssenbornemisza #womenartists #rubbercity #catherinemillet https://www.instagram.com/p/COOC3ZqJeTG/?igshid=1f34jgx796fg0
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artbookdap · 8 days ago
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What's not to love? 'For Cats Only Photographs by Pascale Weber' is NEW from @hatjecantzverlag⁠⁠ ⁠⁠ Every cat owner knows the frustration of shelling out a considerable amount of money for a cat tree or scratching post only to find that their feline family member prefers to sleep in the box the item came in. Some lucky cat owners also know the unexpected delight that comes from seeing cats use the accessories made just for them, the strange satisfaction of catching their kitty relaxing on their kitty-sized furniture.⁠⁠ ⁠⁠ Against stylish pastel backdrops, Swiss photographer @pasce_w poses her feline subjects on a variety of different cat-specific pieces, lounging on the roof of a fuzzy ice cream truck and balancing atop a three-pronged scratching post that resembles a cactus. Her photography series captures the undeniable charm of cats on their best behavior while also providing a tongue-in-check echo of more serious forms of design. The artfulness of each cat tree mirrors the contemporary aesthetic trends of human-sized architecture and sculpture: multifaceted, functional and ultimately representative of those who utilize such structures. Each cat presents their home just as proudly as a person might in this surprising combination of art and animal photography, perfect for cat lovers and art enthusiasts alike.⁠⁠ ⁠⁠ Read more via linkinbio!⁠⁠ ⁠⁠ Edited by Nadine Barth @barthouseberlin⁠⁠ ⁠⁠ #forcatsonly #catphotography #catlover @studiomichaelsatter https://www.instagram.com/p/COOCuTApxzU/?igshid=18uadohednkhw
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