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The Expanded Field of Conservation

Edited by Caroline Fowler and Alexander Nagel

A global reconsideration and broadening of the definition of art conservation through the lenses of theory, ethics, culture, and history Thought-provoking and timely, this volume challenges inherited thinking on art...

January 3, 2023, Paper, $29.95

Francis Picabia

Catalogue Raisonne Volume IV (1940–1953)

Candace Clements, Arnauld Pierre, and William A. Camfield With a preface by Beverley Calté

This publication is the fourth volume of an important catalogue raisonné of the work of Francis Picabia This publication, the fourth volume of an important catalogue raisonné of the work of Francis Picabia (1879...

March 28, 2023, Hardcover, $175.00

Jan Van Imschoot

The End is Never Near

Philippe Van Cauteren, Selen Ansen, Hendrik Folkerts, Dieter Roelstraete, Alain Tapié

A comprehensive overview of the oeuvre of Belgian painter Jan Van Imschoot A comprehensive overview of the oeuvre of Belgian painter Jan Van Imschoot (b. 1963), whose contemporary work builds bridges to predecessors...

March 28, 2023, Hardcover, $75.00

100 Poets

A Little Anthology

John Carey

A wonderfully readable anthology of our greatest poetry, chosen by the author of A Little History of Poetry"Does anyone know more about poetry than John Carey? Almost certainly not."—The Times...

November 29, 2022, Paper, $16.00

Didier Vermeiren

Double Exposition

Zoë Gray, Susana Gállego Cuesta, and Michel Gauthier

Marking the occasion of Didier Vermeiren’s eponymous solo exhibition at WIELS in Brussels, this book illuminates the recurrent strategies of repetition, reversal, doubling and inversion that the artist explores in his work

March 28, 2023, Hardcover, $75.00

The Piano

A History in 100 Pieces

Susan Tomes

A fascinating history of the piano explored through 100 pieces chosen by one of the UK’s most renowned concert pianists  “Tomes . . . casts her net widely, taking in chamber music and concertos, knotty avant...

November 29, 2022, Paper, $24.00

A Short History of War

Jeremy Black

An engaging, accessible introduction to war, from ancient times to the present and into the future  “Forty short chapters . . . describe war from the ancient world to the present day. . . . A Short History of...

November 29, 2022, Paper, $16.00

Beauty Born of Struggle

The Art of Black Washington

Edited by Jeffrey C. Stewart

A collection of illustrated essays highlights the works of influential Black artists from Washington, DC, from the 1920s to the present In a twentieth century during which modern art largely abandoned beauty as its...

January 31, 2023, Hardcover, $70.00

Kaffe Fassett

The Artist's Eye

Edited by Dennis Nothdruft; With contributions by Sarah Campbell, Suzy Menkes, Debbie Patterson, Zandra Rhodes, Mary Shoeser, and NJ Stevenson

The first major publication to explore the prolific career of Kaffe Fassett, one of the most recognized names in contemporary craft and design Kaffe Fassett (b. 1937) is one of the most recognized names in...

December 13, 2022, Hardcover, $45.00

Modigliani Up Close

Edited by Barbara Buckley, Simonetta Fraquelli, Nancy Ireson, and Annette King

An in-depth exploration of how the iconic artist created his works over the course of his full career Among the most celebrated figures of modern art, Amedeo Modigliani (1884–1920) has been the subject of many...

November 29, 2022, Hardcover, $50.00