Shinohara Pops!

“Shinohara Pops! The Avant-Garde Road, Tokyo/New York” accompanies the exhibition of the same name, curated by Hiroko Ikegami and Reiko Tomii for the Samuel Dorsky Museum of Art at the State University of New York at New Paltz | Exhibition examines the works of Ushio Shinohara’s 50-year career. Known for his “action art,” he went on to invent such signature series as...
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young@heart chorus

“young@heart chorus” tour program with slipcase is published by Creative Editor Steve Sanderson and captures the essence and energy of this amazing chorus | “From New York to New Zealand, Toronto to Tokyo, LA to DC and back again, this group of seniors seems to keep going places and doing things that may surprise you.” | Visit young@heartchorus.com for...
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Early Work of William King

This catalogue is published in conjunction with an exhibition at the Alexandre Gallery, New York, celebrating King’s early innovation from his little known period from 1949 to 1964, proposed and curated by Sanford Schwartz | To purchase catalogues, visit Alexandre...
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Art:21-Art in the Twenty-First Century 6

This book is printed on Creator Silk Text; Casebound with laminated jacket | “Art:21-Art in the Twenty-First Century 6” is a printed companion volume to the sixth season of the Emmy-nominated, two-time Peabody Award-winning PBS series, which introduces thirteen artists who draw on a variety of subjects, experiences, and aesthetic influences to create their work. The book echoes the...
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Hidden Treasures

“Hidden Treasure: The National Library of Medicine” edited by Michael Sappol, designed by Laura Lindgren, photography by Arne Svenson | 450 images, celebrating the 175th anniversary of the National Library of Medicine, the world’s largest medical library—America’s home to a rich worldwide heritage of objects from rare early medical...
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Robert Walser: Microscripts

“Robert Walser: Microscripts” is translated from the German by Susan Bernofsky. Afterword by Walter Benjamin. Co-published by Christine Burgin and New Directions | “Robert Walser, one of high modernism’s quirkiest, most mischievous storytellers, wrote many of his manuscripts in a shrunken-down form that remains enigmatic even a century later. These narrow strips of paper...
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