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Frederic Teschner
Editions B42 2019 ISBN 9782917855997 Acqn 29710
Pb 20x29cm 232pp col ills £38.95

This monograph is dedicated to the French graphic designer Frederic Teschner. Whether dealing
with the visual arts, music, or theatre, Teschner's approach has relied on graphic communication
as a vehicle for the values of public service. He always strives to create a visual context for a
dialogue between ordinary people and public cultural activities, and essentially sees the role of
the graphic designer as interlocuter between design and its audience. A number of contributors
offer detailed insight into various aspects of Teschner's oeuvre in this comprehensive overview
and tribute, which also includes a large portfolio of his work and a detailed chronological
biography.

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Irina Birger - The Book Of Happiness And Sadness


Lecturis 2019 ISBN 9789462263239 Acqn 29706
Pb 22x33cm 176pp col ills £38.50

Irina Birger's first monograph, 'The Book of Happiness and Sadness' contains numerous vivid,
text-based drawings from the artist's diary of words, forms, and colours, as well as photographs
of her exhibitions and performances. The publication, created by graphic designer Franziska
Morlok of studio Rimini Berlin, presents the act of drawing as a self-contemplative study, whereby
the artist hopes to provoke a similar contemplation in the reader. Moreover, an essay written by
independent curator Katia Krupennikova examines Birger's work in connection with significant
dilemmas in today's society, such as the concept of the group versus individualism and
interdependency.

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Sayaka Maruyama - Memorandom 0


Konomad 2019 ISBN 9780998620527 Acqn 29703
Pb 17x24cm 244pp col ills £66.50

'Memorandom' records the personal expressions of New York-based artist Sayaka Maruyama
between 2011 and 2019, including photography, drawings, paintings, collages, objects, and
images from her short films. The notions of beauty and other thoughts that randomly pass
through her mind have been visualised and then translated into book form by the artist herself,
because how each person perceives the world cannot always be explained logically. Maruyama
records indefinable emotions and moments, thereby weaving multiple layered dialogues that
result in a personal, poetic, and tangible portrait. Includes a conversation between the artist and
Anna Battista.

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Nomenus 1 - Dream Yourself Awake


Nomenus Quarterly 2019 no ISBN Acqn 29685
Pb 23x31cm 200pp col ills £28.75

The first edition of the biannual magazine published by 'Nomenus Quarterly' features
contributions from John Baldessari, Fendi, Fleur de Roeck, Alec Soth, Christopher Anderson,
Paolo Ventura, Erik Madigan Heck, James Welling, Marcel Dzama, Mercedes Helnwein, and
Francois Halard. In addition, it presents Gerhard Richter's 'The Annunciation (After Titian)', Milton
Glaser's 'Purgatorio', and 'The Dance of Death' by Hans Holbein. Five unique, limited edition artist
covers by Lawrence Weiner, Marcel Dzama, Paolo Ventura, Fleur de Roeck, and Milton Glaser
are available. Each cover is printed on uncoated paper and hand tipped onto the semi-gloss
cover.

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Archivio 03 - The Americana Issue


Archivio 2019 no ISBN Acqn 29381
Pb 23x31cm 232pp col ills £16.95

When American surfers were sent to fight in Vietnam they took their boards with them, or at least
tried to. Born on the beaches of California and Hawaii, surfing was a peaceful youth culture at
odds with the politics of jungle conflict. As the first story in 'The Americana Issue' tells, the
soldiers relied on the healing power of riding a wave. The magazine presents this and other
stories gleaned from archives, covering topics like the Manhattan Project, powerful black female
imagery, Jean Baudrillard on 9/11, visions of roadside America by John Margolies, Tony Oursler
and the paranormal, Anthony Faramelli on symbolism and liberalism, alternative press from Provo
to punk, and more.

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Richard Goodwin - God In Reverse


Uro Publications 2019 ISBN 9780994396662 Acqn 29717
Hb 27x33cm 264pp col ills £72

A native of New South Wales, Richard Goodwin is an artist, architect, and urban activist whose
aversion to following the rules has made him somewhat of a maverick critic of architecture and
urbanism, particularly within Sydney. Authored and illustrated by Goodwin, this monograph
features over 40 years of his work, wherein he fuses biography, fiction, criticism, observation, and
imagination in a totally unorthodox fashion. It reveals a broad range of philosophies and cultural
influences that underpin Goodwin's practice, and elaborates on his unique and experimental
world view as it applies to his architecture, public artworks, sculpture, drawings, and performance
art.

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The Curatorial In Parallax (What Museums Do 1)


MMCA 2019 ISBN 9788963031972 Acqn 29720
Pb 15x23cm 280pp ills £30

Research is of paramount importance as a fundamental basis for everything that museums do.
This finely presented publication engages with the diverse viewpoints of authors in the vanguard
of theoretical discussions and curatorial practices, mapping out the multiplicity of endeavours to
reform and transform research in relation to the art museum. From new theoretical models and
specific forms of practice-based investigation and knowledge production, to the potential for
change by the very dynamics of research, it shows that the concept of the curatorial is constantly
shifting. With contributions by Pascal Gielen, Margriet Schavemaker, Simon Sheikh, Beck Jee-
sook, and more.

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To Mind Is To Care
V2_publishers 2019 ISBN 9789082893519 Acqn 29721
Pb 16x23cm 212pp col ills £21.95

Care provides a foundation for modernity that is not characterised by new beginnings and an
opposition to nature, but by a humble and curious curation of what already or still exists. It is as
much a matter of design and economics as of politics and administration. This book proposes
ethico-aesthetical models of care in which science does not search for deterministic outcomes,
technology does not lead to abandonment, politics does not induce indifference, and art is not
marginalised. Included are contributions by Michael Marder, Driessens & Verstappen, Frank
Pasquale, Jeannette Pols, Bernard Stiegler, Maria Puig de la Bellacasa, Frederiek Bennema, and
others.

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Cecilia Vicuna - Seehearing The Enlightened Failure


Witte De With 2019 ISBN 9789491435591 Acqn 29724
Pb 20x26cm 360pp col ills £39

This book appears in conjunction with Cecilia Vicuna's retrospective exhibition at Witte de With in
Rotterdam. The comprehensive show highlights the wide-ranging oeuvre of this self-taught
Chilean artist, poet, and filmmaker whose work in the 1970s seemed incomprehensible in an
environment dominated by performances and urban interventions that drew from a Western
perspective of the avant-garde. The perception that her painting is amateur, intuitive, or non-
professional is closely aligned with the kind of creative act that interests her. Vicuna's cyclical
understanding of this very act is conveyed through the return of ideas that do not exist as "final
objects" but rather as rehearsals.

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Sharon Lockhart – Rudzienko


C.A.C Vilnius 2019 ISBN 9789986957829 Acqn 29775
Pb 24x30cm 80pp col ills £30.50

This publication documents the making of and inspiration behind Sharon Lockhart's film
'Rudzienko' (2016), which involved a group of young women in a Polish youth centre for socio-
therapy. Over the course of three summers, Lockhart, together with movement therapists,
philosophers, theatre directors, and pedagogues, conducted a series of generative workshops
with the girls to write and choreograph scenes, inviting them to explore their autonomy and self-
expression. The outcome of the collaboration is a 40-minute film which explores the emotions of
girls labelled difficult or unmanageable. The book includes previously unpublished photographs
and research materials.

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Maurizio Nannucci - To Cut A Long Story Short. Writings, Interviews, Notes, Pages,
Scores...
Corraini Editore 2019 ISBN 9788875707521 Acqn 29783
Pb 15x23cm 356pp £42.25

The internationally renowned Italian artist Maurizio Nannucci (Florence, 1939) stands out by his
open, permeable art approach and practices that are targeting eye and mind, visual perception
and cognitive processes. Since the mid-1960s Nannucci explores the complex relationship
between visual art, language, inner space as well as urban context whereby focusing on themes
relevant to society at large. Inspired by linguistic and conceptual paradigms he has created his
very own body of work.

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Writing To Louis Andriessen


Lecturis 2019 ISBN 9789462263079 Acqn 29797
Hb 17x24cm 240pp col ills £38.25

Louis Andriessen is a renowned composer of contemporary music in the Netherlands. This


publication by composer, editor, and critic Rose Dodd surveys significant works from
Andriessen's career and addresses many personal perspectives on his music through critical
reflection and celebration. Additionally, it presents a discussion of Andriessen's music by those it
has greatly influenced and share affinity for it in their own works, into the next generation and
beyond. Within this volume, Ian Pace constructs a two-part historiography of minimal music and
its aesthetic narratives, including Andriessen's own challenge to narratives of American
exceptionalism.

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Meet The Collection - 30th Anniversary Of The Yokohama Museum Of Art


Torch Press 2019 ISBN 9784907562175 Acqn 29800
Hb 16x23cm 128pp col ills £27

On the occasion of its 30th anniversary, the Yokohama Museum of Art celebrates this milestone
with the exhibition 'Meet the Collection', which comprises around 350 works selected from its
diverse collection of modern and contemporary art. The exhibition is designed with two main
subthemes in mind - "Life" and "World" - and features guest artists Tabaimo, Asai Yusuke, Imazu
Kei, and Suga Kishio. Working with the curatorial team, these four artists combined their own
works with those from the museum collection, reinterpreting it and reconfiguring the galleries with
new perspectives. This catalogue gives an inside look at the seminal exhibition and its artworks.

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Csilla Klenyanszki - Pillars Of Home


Csilla Klenyanszki 2019 ISBN 9789082988505 Acqn 29827
Hb 15x21cm 148pp col ills £33.75

For the series entitled 'Pillars of Home', visual artist Csilla Klenyanszki built 98 sculptures that
reach from the floor to the ceiling using everyday objects found in her apartment. The temporary
installations are of different scales and their level of complexity is also varied. The carefully
arranged objects balance each other, seemingly about to collapse at any moment. The delicate
sculptures, hastily constructed during her son's nap, somehow balance on the border between
the virtual world and reality. They spring up everywhere in her home - the living room, kitchen,
bedroom, and even the staircase - existing in what became a temporary studio for no more than
30 minutes at a time.

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Ceesepe
Cabeza De Chorlito 2019 ISBN 9788493968298 Acqn 29831
Hb 23x24cm 224pp col ills £66.25

Carlos Sanchez Perez, known by his artist's name, Ceesepe (an acronym formed by the initials of
his name and two surnames), was a Spanish painter and illustrator. He was a prolific artist,
producing many drawings and collages, and is recognised as one of the protagonists of La
Movida Madrilena, the countercultural movement which emerged in Spain in the late 1970s. This
monograph pays homage to Ceesepe and his body of work, with particular focus on the drawing
notebooks he left behind. Rife with drawings, sketches, and illustrations whose subjects range
from abstract to sensual, this volume gives a colourful and arresting look at the celebrated artist's
life and oeuvre.

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Isfahan Notebook - Aylar Shahbazi


Nazar Research Cultural Institute 2019 no ISBN Acqn 29832
Pb 15x22cm 200pp ills £12.50

Inspired by the lovely and magical city of Isfahan, illustrator Aylar Shahbazi and graphic designer
Farideh Shahbazi collaborated to produce a notebook for all kinds of daily musings or creative
asides. With pages for friends' addresses and phone numbers, music notation, sketching and
drawing, or simply journaling or making lists, it offers a place where you can find respite in a
hectic life, a book of pages waiting to be filled that you can carry with you wherever you go.
Details and motifs from Isfahan are scattered throughout the book: small snippets of daily life,
characteristic people, and memorable sights.

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The Illustrated Guide To The Fantastic Edo Era


Nowaki 2019 ISBN 9784991022708 Acqn 29833
Pb 13x21cm 208pp col ills £30.50

The Edo period refers to the years between 1600 and 1868, a remarkable era of peace and
prosperity in Japan that contributed to the development of Japanese culture, morals, and
ideology. The culture of the common people, in particular, flourished during the Edo period. This
comprehensive, fully illustrated guide covers just about everything you need to know about the
city of Edo, its shops and dwellings, the customs of common people and samurai, their clothing
and hairstyles, and fortifications and weapons, and even an extensive overview of the
supernatural world of the yokai. Discover the history and culture of Japan with its engaging
illustrations and clear explanations.

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Akira Yamaguchi – 1052


Seigensha Art Publishing 2019 ISBN 9784861524790 Acqn 29834
Pb 19x26cm 696pp col ills £69

Artist Akira Yamaguchi straddles an exceptional range of styles in his work, and is known for
combining traditional Japanese styles with contemporary motifs. This collection brings together
his acclaimed illustrations for 'Shinran', a novel by Hiroyuki Itsuki that was serialised in local
Japanese newspapers over seven years from 2008. It includes the complete series of more than
1,000 illustrations, plus preliminary drawings, commentary by the artist, and unused versions.
Often humorous, it is a powerful example of Itsuki's prowess matched with Yamaguchi's
inventiveness, from delicate pen, ink, and pencil images, to sweeping classical-style panorama
scenes, manga, and more.

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Fausto Gilberti - Yayoi Kusama


Corraini Editore 2019 ISBN 9788875707958 Acqn 29839
Pb 20x20cm 40pp col ills £18

From Japan to America and back: in his new book, Fausto Gilberti hands the floor to Yayoi
Kusama, who tells us her story in the first person. Born in Matsumoto, Yayoi has always loved to
draw (even the things others don't see) and she flies to New York to become an artist. Her art
astonishes the public with fresh ideas: Yayoi fills large canvases with dots, uses her meetings to
send important messages, designs clothes to wear in two... Creating her works makes her feel
good, whatever their shape: from her famous pumpkins to rooms filled with lights, and mirrors that
reflect everything infinitely.

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Joan Jonas - I Know Why They Left


Corraini Editore 2019 ISBN 9788875707835 Acqn 29840
Pb 20x20cm 96pp col ills £45

'Joan Jonas: I Know Why They Left', printed in conjunction with the 2019 exhibition at the Isabella
Stewart Gardner Museum, is an artist's book featuring full-colour reproductions of a new series of
drawings by this seminal artist. As an Artist-in-Residence in 2017, Jonas was drawn to the vast
array of mythical and archetypal animals present in the Gardner's collection. Drawn from objects
made of lace, stone, metal, wood, and ceramic, or found in tapestries and paintings, the animal
figures allude to the importance of nature's life force in the face of disruptive human presence. In
this book, which includes a conversation between Joan Jonas and Pieranna Cavalchini, Jonas's
ability to conjure wonder, fear, and humor through poetic imagery continues to work its magic.

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Bigert & Bergstrom - Solar Egg


Art And Theory Publishing 2019 ISBN 9789188031778 Acqn 29844
Hb 23x30cm 144pp col ills £30.95

The artist duo Bigert & Bergstrom have long been interested in producing conceptually and
technically complex sculptures and installations with a twist. While their work often touches on
serious issues of social and environmental sustainability, humour plays an essential part in their
practice. The idea for Solar Egg arose from the ongoing geographical repositioning of an entire
city, Kiruna in northern Sweden. After decades of extensive tunnelling the old mining town has to
be relocated due to the risk of collapse. When Riksbyggen, one of the developers involved in
rebuilding the town, decided to commission a public artwork that would engage the community,
the idea of a fully functioning sauna was born. Bigert & Bergstrom developed Solar Egg as a
platform for discussion and a place of reflection. This book chronicles the making of the artwork,
from rough sketches and blueprints, via studio visits to the tour of the final piece.

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E.A.T. Experiments In Art And Technology


MMCA 2019 ISBN 9788963031811 Acqn 29263
Pb 21x26cm 380pp col ills £54.50

Published in conjunction with an exhibition at the National Museum of Modern and Contemporary
Art in Seoul, this volume delves into the groundbreaking activities of E.A.T., a non-profit
organisation that began actively promoting and exploring the union of art and technology in 1966.
The brainchild of artists Robert Rauschenberg and Robert Whitman and engineers Billy Kluver
and Fred Waldhauer, it aimed to expand the social role of artists and counteract feelings of
alienation brought on by rapid technological advancement. The group hoped to inspire new
directions for research, and also to serve as a catalyst in fostering technologies more attuned to
the needs of the individual.

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Cosmo-Eggs - Japan Pavilion 58th Venice Biennale


Case Publishing 2019 ISBN 9784908526275 Acqn 29853
Pb 24x28cm 158pp col ills £38

This eclectic spiral-bound catalogue is published on the occasion of 'Cosmo-Eggs', presented at


the Japan Pavilion as part of the 2019 Venice Biennale. Cooperation is a vital element of the
exhibition, which forms a collective effort to explore new meanings and possible forms of co-
existence between diverse beings. Further, it examines the potential of unknown ideas and
experiments that are created through artists' mutual inspirations. Designed by Yoshihisa Tanaka,
the book collects the writings and visual notes by the four participants (artist Motoyuki Shitamichi,
composer Taro Yasuno, anthropologist Toshiaki Ishikura, and architect Fuminori Nousaku) as
well as curator Hiroyuki Hattori.

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Steve Carr - Smoke Bubbles 1-58


Perimeter Editions 2019 ISBN 9780648262893 Acqn 29855
Pb 19x28cm 60pp col ills £29.95

Time is perhaps the central actor in Steve Carr's wider practice. Operating somewhere between
photography, moving image, and a kind of deferred mode of performance, the New Zealand artist
seems to slow time to a crawl as he interweaves actions, experiments, and unlikely cultural
references to create transitory, richly aesthetic moments. 'Smoke Bubbles 1-58' comprises a
series Carr produced during a residency in Japan in 2010. Taking the cover of Smokey
Robinson's 1973 debut LP as his inspiration, the images are both planetary and preposterous in
their appearance - page after page of soap bubbles filled with cigarette smoke floating against an
inky black backdrop.

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Shio Kusaka & Jonas Wood


Voorlinden 2019 ISBN 9789492549068 Acqn 29857
Hb 24x33cm 111pp 125ills 100col £38

Shio Kusaka and Jonas Wood draw from each other's work as potter and painter, respectively to
probe the tensions between representation and expression, precision and chance, and influences
from art history and life. This exhibition brings together works by both artists as a way to highlight
the symbiosis and distinctive nature of their practices, in terms of combining the disciplines of
painting and ceramics, but also emphasizing the echoes within and between their work.

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